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Chromosomes

Cutting Edge Technology To Read Dark Heart Of Chromosomes

Although the genomes of thousands of plant and animal species have sequence, for most of these genomes a significant portion is missing the highly repetitive DNA. In the midst of these mysterious genome compartments are the centromeres essential chromosomal regions that allow cells to accurately pass on chromosomes when the cells divide. High resolution microscopy…

Opthalmology

Neuropathy May Drive Dry Eye in Migraine Patients

Migraine patients with dry eye (DE) are more likely to have symptoms suggestive of neuropathy than DE patients who don’t have migraines; according to new findings. Therefore The results raise the possibility that neuromodulating therapies could be helpful in patients with DE that does not respond to topical therapy; whether or not they have migraine,…

General medicine

Juul Twitter Followers Are Teens, Young Adults

The researches find that the  brand of e-cigarettes in the United States by targeting teens with its clever use of social media; a new study suggests. Therefore  Nearly 70% of U.S. e-cigarette sales are Juul products; and most vapers are teens and young adults. The study determined that nearly half of Juul’s Twitter followers are…

Exercises

Pelvic Exercises May Beat Bedroom Blues

Physiotherapists from James Cook University in Australia say simple pelvic floor exercises may be a cure for some common problems men experience in the bedroom. In a first of its kind study, JCU physiotherapy lecturers Chris Myers and Moira Smith analyse studies from around the world involving more than 650 men who had use pelvic…

Missouri

Missouri Is The Last State Without Rx Monitoring Program

Patient advocates, politicians, experts and members of the medical community had hoped this would finally be the year Missouri; would create a statewide electronic database designed to help spot the abuse of prescription drugs. Missouri retained its lonely title as the only state without a statewide; prescription drug monitoring program for the seventh year in…

Aviation and aero space

Particles from Aircraft Turbine Direct Damage to Lung Cells

The study find that aircraft turbine engines on human lung cells. Therefore The cells reacted most strongly to particles emitted during ground idling. It was also shown that the cytotoxic effect is only to some extent comparable to that ; of particles from gasoline and diesel engines. According to the World Health Organization (WHO); seven…

Tungiasis

Simple Prevention Methods Reduce Tungiasis In Children

Tungiasis is a neglected tropical disease causing penetrate sand fleas which burrow into the skin of the feet. Public health policies such as sealing house and classroom floors and daily feet washing with soap could cut the number of tungiasis cases in school-aged children, researchers now report in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. Tungiasis affects millions…

Tumor Removal in dogs

Complete Tumor Removal Reduces Cancer Recurrence In Dogs

The relative risk of a recurrence of cancer is reducing 60% in dogs whose tumors are completely removing; a new analysis by Oregon State University researchers has found. The researchers reviewed published veterinary studies and found a recurrence of less than 10%; but in dogs where the soft tissue sarcoma was completely excising; versus 33%…

Sexually Transmitted Infections

New Findings As Vaccination Strategy For Sexually Transmitted Infections

The majority of pathogens, including HIV, influenza virus and Mycobacterium tuberculosis; that contribute to the global burden of infectious disease initiate infection at the mucosal barrier tissues. At least two subsets of memory CD8+ T cells patrol the mucosal tissues as a front line defence; a non-recirculating, tissue-resident memory (TRM) population of CD8+ T cells;…

Gastroenterology

Develop Healthy Gut Microbes and Aids Bowel Movements

The study find that the coffee indeed helps in bowel movements and also improves the gut microbe population. The study is  present at the Digestive Disease Week ; (DDW) 2019 by the researchers. Notable finding of this study is the effects of coffee on gut bacteria as well as on bowel movements are not associate…

Dental Injuries

Association Of Overjet Size And Traumatic Dental Injuries

Children with their first or early adult set of teeth that stick out have an increase chance of damaging them, but the risk can be easily reduce without being prohibitively costly. A study undertaken at the University of Adelaide of more than 50,000 children age under 19 years publish in the journal Dental Traumatology, confirms…

Helmet

Parents Says Their Child Never Wears A Helmet While Riding A Bike

Despite evidence that helmets are critical to preventing head injuries, not all children wear them while biking, skateboarding and riding scooters, a new national poll finds. Eighteen percent of parents say their child never wears a helmet on a bike ride, and even more say their kids skip helmets on a skateboard (58%) and scooter…