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Childhood Diarrhea

Research to Improve Childhood Diarrhea Management In India

Globally, diarrhea continues to be one of the major causes of mortality; but among children aged less than five years. India as a country, has the highest number of childhood deaths due to diarrhea with 400,000 deaths annually. Three states of India, including Madhya Pradesh (MP), account for nearly half of India’s childhood diarrhea burden.…

Immune hematology

Boosting The Immune Response Of Stem Cells

stem cells are protect from viruses inform the development of therapies for use in medicine; therefore research suggests. An immune system is a collection of biological processes within an organism that protects against disease by identifying and killing pathogens and tumour cells. Because It detects a wide variety of agents; therefore from viruses to parasitic…

Measles Cases

What Is The Role Of Religion In Rising Measles Cases?

Dr. Paul Offit was working at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia during a regional measles outbreak that began in 1990. More than 1,400 city and suburban residents had contracted the disease and nine children; were dead by the time it ended the following year. Back then, the outbreak was centered on Faith Tabernacle Church in North…

Senescent Cells

Senescent Cells Might Help Treat Age-Related Disease

Studies suggest that zombie cells do not die as they build up in the body they promote aging; and the conditions that come with it like osteoporosis and Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers are studying drugs that can kill zombie cells and possibly treat the problems they bring. Basically the goal is to fight aging itself, which…

Kidney Fibrosis

Kinase p90RSK Promotes Kidney Fibrosis

p90RSK is predominantly expressing in the kidney, but its possible role in chronic kidney disease (CKD); remains largely unknown. Here, the researcher that p90RSK expression is dramatically activated in a classic mouse; obstructive CKD model, largely in the interstitial FSP-1-positive fibroblasts. They generated FSP-1-specific p90RSK transgenic mouse (RSK-Tg); discovered that these mice, after obstructive injury;…

General surgery

Risk In Adults Undergoing Major Noncardiac Surgery

Among at-risk adults undergoing major noncardiac surgery; unrecognized severe obstructive sleep apnea was significantly associated with increased risk of 30-day postoperative cardiovascular complications;” write Matthew Chan, MBBS, PhD, from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital, China, and colleagues. Obstructive sleep apnea “Further research would be needed to assess whether interventions can modify…

Climate

New Tool Understands And Controls Health And Climate Impacts

In the February 11 issue of Nature Sustainability, a multi institution team unveiled a new tool for understanding and controlling the health and climate impacts of shipping goods a source not only of greenhouse gases but of soot and smog threatening our health. In the journal, Hertz Fellow Tami Bond (’95), Professor of Civil Engineering at…

Geriatrics

Antipsychotic Drugs Overused in Aged Care

The researches find that aged care system is base on the amount of medications or number of showers a resident needs rather than whether they are happy, an inquiry has heard. Aged care; as it is know in Australia, is usually call ‘long-term care’ or ‘social care’ in other countries. Because It is organise, fund…

Cannabis Addiction

Cannabis Addiction Influenced By Genetic Makeup

Some people may be more genetically prone to cannabis addiction, finds a new UCL-led study. The researchers say their investigation of three genetic markers, published in Addiction Biology, could inform why some people become dependent of cannabis. “We were interesting in asking these genetic markers; could predicting addiction-related responses; after inhaling doses of cannabis, such as how…

HIV Infection

Immediate Treatment Initiation for HIV Infection

A new study published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases found that immediate treatment initiation for HIV infection has improved since local and federal guidelines began to recommend universal treatment for all persons diagnosed with HIV, regardless of their disease stage. Despite notable improvements, nearly 25%  of New York City residents with a new HIV diagnosis in…

Multiple Sclerosis

New Diagnosis Recognizes Relapse of Multiple Sclerosis

Dr. Horea Rus is an expert in diagnosing and treating patients with multiple sclerosis; and his research laboratory at the University of Maryland is producing new tools; but for treating the disease that attacks the central nervous system. On Tuesday, Rus and former postdoc research fellow Cosmin Tegla; but were issued U.S. Patent 10,280,465 for…

Antibiotics

Maternal Infection: Preventative Antibiotics After Assisted Childbirth

Giving a single dose of preventative antibiotics to all women after childbirth involving forceps or vacuum extraction; could prevent almost half of maternal infections including sepsis equivalent to over 7,000 maternal infections every year in the UK, and around 5,000 in the USA. The first randomised trial of its kind in the UK involving 3,420…