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Phone

Drivers Ready To Embrace Phone Restriction Apps

Almost 70% of drivers would be willing to install smartphone apps that block texting and browsing according to new QUT research; but only if they can still do hands-free calls and listen to Bluetooth music. QUT’s Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety-Queensland (CARRS-Q) surveyed 712 drivers for a national study into voluntary apps that…

Haematology

A New Blood Test That Detect Most Major Cancers

The researches find that the testing for such as lung cancer disease, but doctors know that tissue biopsies are necessary and potentially life-saving; though the procedures used to gather tissue can lead to dangerous complications; from bleeding to lung collapse. Because To lower the need for invasive procedures; therefore researchers at the University of Arizona…

Gastric Bypass

Long term Management for Gastric Bypass for severe obesity

Patients, including those aged 65 years or older, who undergo Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) for severe obesity should be followed long term for fractures, because they face a substantially increased risk compared with those who undergo adjustable gastric banding (AGB), say US investigators. Elaine W. Yu, MD, Endocrine Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, and colleagues examined…

Brain Evolution

The Relationship Between Human Self Domestication And Brain Evolution

Emiliano Bruner, a paleoneurologist at the Centro Nacional de Investigacion sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH) has just published an opinion paper about self domestication and visuospatial cognition in the humans; which speculates on whether the two traits might have had reciprocal influences or shared mechanisms. Parietal regions of brain On the one hand, the hypothesis…

Pharmacology

Therapeutic Target for Depression Identified

The researches find that the There are different pharmacological treatments for depression, mainly therapies that act on the serotonin system the so called SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors). However; it has been evidenced that these antidepressants take around two weeks to have an effect, and what’s more, around 30% of patients are resistant to these…

pediatrics

Autism Child Get Difficult in Reading and Narration

The study find that the Children with autism may be good at reading a text one word at a time; but simultaneously have problems in understanding and retelling the content of what they read. Because Research now shows the importance; for these children; of extensive language assessment and follow-up over time. A child (plural: children) is…

Anesthesiology

Transdermal Analgesic Patches in Pain Management

The study find that the topical analgesic patches offer both convenience and consistent drug administration.  But Among the active ingredients available in these products are lidocaine; capsaicine, methyl salicylate, and menthol. There is a paucity of studies about the efficacy and safety of these medications. Studies that are available are often of poor quality. While…

Aviation

GAMA’s 2019 Q1 General Aviation Airplane

The researches shows that the airplane shipments and 10.5% in their combined values makes it appear the general aviation industry is on fire. However; But a more detailed view reveals pockets of strength and weakness. Because Each quarter; the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) publishes worldwide shipment data for general aviation aircraft. This includes non-commercial…

Curb Acne

Curbing A Skin Oil Might Help Curb Acne

Acne is the bane of many teens, and even some adults. Now, researchers say they might have hit on a new approach to easing the condition. The key lies in a naturally produced skin oil called sebum, explained a research team led by William Esler, a researcher with drug giant Pfizer in Cambridge, Mass. The…

Fish Oil Supplements

What Fish Oil Supplements Actually Do?

For centuries, humans have used fish oils, orally or topically, to treat a wide array of ailments; but from aches and pains to rickets and gout. The popularity of this supplement has shifted over the years, as have its primary uses. But over the past couple of decades, the hype around fish oil has arguably…

Breast Cancer

Negative Breast Cancer With Neoadjuvant Chemo Endocrine Therapy

Estrogen receptor (ER)-positive and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2)-negative patients account for 70% of early-stage invasive breast cancer. In current clinical practice, these patients receive either endocrine therapy or chemo-endocrine therapy as adjuvant treatment. The 2017 St. Gallen consensus meeting recommend that adjuvant treatment for ER-positive; also HER2-negative breast cancer should be escalate…