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New Technology

Ultra-Fast New Technology To Detect Bacteria

New Technology; a new detection method which can identify the presence of bacteria within a minute; while distinguishing healthy from non-viable bacteria, could save many lives and a lot of money. Scientists at the University of Warwick reported this technology; but based on alterations in electrical signaling in bacteria in response to external electrical stimulation.…

Ear Infection

Ear Infection Can Be Cured By Tea Tree Oil

Ear infection can be extremely painful. Apart from making it difficult for you to hear, it can also rob you off your body balance. That is what labyrinthitis does to you. It is an inner ear infection in which you may experience a spinning sensation in your head, dizziness, blurry vision, nausea, etc. You may…

Joint Replacements

Joint Replacements Benefits And Individual Risks Reduce By Online Tool

Joint Replacements; An innovative online tool devised by researchers from the University of Sheffield will give patients unique personalised information about the risks and benefits of having a joint replacement for the first time. A total of over 220,000 hip and knee replacement procedures are perform in the UK each year. At the moment, patients…

Roundworms

Roundworms Help Identify New Anti-Aging Compounds

Roundworms; Researchers from Gero, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech); Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), and University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS); have collaborated to derive a transcriptomic signature of aging, which they confirmed using large transcriptomic databases. They discovered that aging in nematodes is partially programme and can be therapeutically…

Children's

Children’s Do Less Vigorous Physical Activity

Children’s from disadvantage backgrounds and certain ethnic minority backgrounds, including from Pakistani and Bangladeshi backgrounds, have lower levels of vigorous physical activity; so according to researchers at the University of Cambridge. The patterns mirror inequalities seen in levels of childhood obesity; also suggesting a need for a greater focus on the promotion of vigorous physical…

Adolescents

Adolescents Are Prevented From Accessing Flavor Tobacco Products

Adolescents; UTSA criminal justice professor Dylan Jackson recently published one of the first studies to explore emerging drug use in the form of adolescent vaping and its association with delinquency among 8th and 10th grade students across the nation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that 4.9 million middle and high school students…

General surgery

Bariatric Surgery Patients at Higher Risk of Death

The study find that the Bariatric Surgery-2 (LABS-2); a prospective, observational study of patients undergoing weight-loss surgery at one of 10 hospitals across the United States. Therefore The death rate from drug and alcohol relate causes in people who’ve had Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery is nearly triple that of the general public; but according to…

Aviation medicine

Lander’ Uses AI to Land Drones Smoothly

The researches find that the Landing multi-rotor drones smoothly is difficult. Complex turbulence is create by the airflow from each rotor bouncing off the ground as the ground ;grows ever closer during a descent. This turbulence is not well understand nor is it easy to compensate for, particularly for autonomous drones. That is why takeoff…

general medicine

Marijuana Health Claims Lure Patients

The researches find that the Marijuana has been shown to help ease pain and a few other health problems; but yet two-thirds of U.S. states have decided pot should be legal to treat many other conditions with little scientific backing. Therefore At least 1.4 million Americans are using marijuana for their health; according to an…

Medical genetics

Espresso Quells Rare Genetic Disease

The researches find that the a rare genetic muscular disorder which they knew could be held in check by two shots of espresso per day flared up, provoking uncontrollable and painful muscle spasms. Four days of agony, anguish and doctor’s visits followed before his parents realised their mistake. Once they boy started drinking the caffeinated…

Stem Cell

Another Stem Cell Company Warned By FDA for Unapproved Treatments

Stem Cell; the US Food and Drug Association (FDA) sent an untitled letter to R3 Stem Cell LLC charging the company with significant violations of the Public Health Service Act (PHS Act) for offering unapproved therapies. Following a review of the R3 website, the FDA’s Office of Compliance and Biologics Quality; but sent the letter…

Geriatrics

People With Dementia for End Of Life Choices

The researches find that the population ages and Dementia is on the rise; Therefore The Hastings Center is embarking on path breaking research to explore foundational questions associated with the dementia trajectory and the concerns of persons facing this terminal condition. This new research is make possible by a major grant to The Hastings Center…