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Gastroenterology

Medication Helps Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

The researches find that the patients with Type 2 diabetes, bringing down and maintaining lower blood glucose levels is important to minimize the risk of long-term complications such as nerve damage, kidney damage, an increased risk of heart disease, eye problems, and more. Long-term complications Through a randomized; multicenter clinical trial sponsored by Novo Nordisk;…

Prostate Cancer

After Prostate Cancer, First Clinical Guidance On Anal Sex

Prostate Cancer; UK doctors and surgeons have formulate what is probably the world’s first clinical guidance on anal sex before, during, and after diagnosis and treatment for prostate cancer. This consensus guideline, which is aim at clinicians as well as gay and bisexual men with prostate cancer; which recommends that men should abstain from receiving…

Non Destructive Testing With Benchtop Instruments

Non Destructive Testing With Benchtop Instruments

This study explaining about the instrument named SKYSCAN which is easy to use; and virtually maintenance free to offer high system. SKYSCAN 1273 sets a new standard for non destructive testing (NDT) with benchtop instruments; providing a performance level previously only achieved by floor standing systems. SKYSCANTM 1273 bench top 3D X-ray microscope based on…

Childhood Respiratory Disorders

Childhood Respiratory Disorders May Be Diagnosed With Smartphone

Automate cough analysis technology incorporated in a smartphone app could help to diagnose childhood respiratory disorders, according to a study published in the open access journal Respiratory Research. Researchers at Curtin University and The University of Queensland, Australia, showed that a smartphone app had high accuracy (between 81% and 97%) in diagnosing asthma, croup, pneumonia, lower…

Poor Sleep

Insight Into The Link Between Poor Sleep And Poor Nutrition

Poor sleep in many americans get less than the recommended amount of sleep; and many do not consume the recommended amounts of important vitamins and minerals. A new study suggests the two factors may be connect. The research is based on data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES); a nationally representative sample…

Triggered Regional Disease Outbreaks Throughout The World

Triggered Regional Disease Outbreaks Throughout The World

Triggered regional disease outbreaks throughout the world; cause of the uptick in both potentially fatal diseases is an El Niño driven increase in rainfall; and milder temperatures over the American Southwest; which spurred vegetative growth; providing more food for rodents that carry hantavirus. El Niño is accompanied by high air pressure in the western Pacific;…

Improvement To The Antiretroviral Adherence

Improvement To The Antiretroviral Adherence

HIV is the virus that causing AIDS; which damages the immune system; this study aiming to prove the antiretroviral therapy allover the total percentage antiretroviral adherence status at present world. But,only two thirds of the 7.1 million people living with HIV were on antiretroviral therapy, of whom 78% were virologically suppressing. This equates to only…

Medical genetics

The Gene Therapy Revolution

The study find that the Gene therapy for so long something that belonged to the future has just hit the streets. A couple of weeks back, you might have picked up a headline alerting us to the most expensive drug in history a one off gene therapy; cure for spinal muscular atrophy. Therefore Novartis have…

Ophthalmology

Impaired Vision Tied to Perceived Discrimination

The researches find that the impaired vision are at increased risk for perceived discrimination, which in turn is associated with poorer emotional well-being, according to a study published online May 30 in JAMA Ophthalmology. Therefore  Vision loss can be a traumatic experience. Thankfully; there are organizations that provide services and tools to help visually impaired…

Antibiotic Resistance Mechanism

Spying Super-bugs To Study The Antibiotic Resistance Mechanism

Antibiotic Resistance Mechanism; Scientists have discovered yet another way that single-celled organisms have outsmarted us. The tiny bacteria that live inside the guts have an ingenious way of withstanding the onslaught of antibiotics thrown at them, according to a report published Thursday in the journal Science. The two-part system allows bacterial cells to stay alive…

General surgery

One for Minimally Invasive Cancer Surgery

The researches find that the The reputation of minimally invasive Cancer surgery  has taken some serious hits in the past couple of years. For example; a major US randomized trial showed that high-tech approaches to surgery for cervical cancer resulted in worse overall survival compared with traditional open surgery. Worse overall survival Minimally invasive approaches…

Aviation medicine

Aerospace’s Founders are Ensuring Developed for Space

The researches find that the Human Aerospace’s in Adelaide, South Australia this year to ensure technologies developed from future space explorations also offer terrestrial benefits. Therefore They think people forget all of the research and money that’s spent on space has a huge amount of return on investment in terms of the technology that’s useful…