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Lipid-Reducing Activity From Marine Sponge Myrmekioderma species

Obesity is increasing at epidemic rates and new therapeutics are need in order to prevent and control this disorder. Scientists have been working hard to find new compounds from different natural sources; both terrestrial and marine, that show anti-obesity activity. Marine organisms are expose to continuous and strong selection pressures; due to the huge variations…

Participants Have Right To Withdraw The Consent In Research Studies

Participants Have Right To Withdraw The Consent In Research Studies

For balancing the data protection and research needs in the age of the GDPR; According to the GDPR; the participants in research studies have the right to withdraw the consent for the further use of their data. researchers to deposit individual genetic data from studies in research repositories in order to increase data . However,…

Faint

Wake Up On The Floor, Staring Up The Ceiling: Faint

May be you have even experience it yourself. You start to feel lighthead, your stomach may hurt, your palms are sweating; your vision closes in, your ears start to ring …. Then you wake up on the floor, staring up the ceiling, and realize you have fainted. What happened? Maybe it’s a bride standing in…

Emotional memory

Overcoming PTSD: Study Reveals Memory Disruption Drug Target

Fight or flight, panic, trembling: Our brains are wire to ensure we respond instantly to fear. While that fear response may save our lives in the dangerous moment, at times people stay on high alert long after the threat has pass, and develop post-traumatic stress disorder. However a new study from Scripps Research in Florida…

Intracavity Optical Trapping Of Microscopy Particles

Intracavity Optical Trapping Of Microscopy Particles

The basic idea is that, depending on where the particle or cell want to study is; the amount of laser light used to trap it changes automatically; but the biological cells using optical tweezers, one main issue is the damage causing to the cell by the tool. Standard optical tweezers rely on optical forces arising…

Transmittion Risk Of Respiratory Viruses To Workers

Transmittion Risk Of Respiratory Viruses To Workers

A large numbers of healthcare workers risk transmitting respiratory viruses to patients; and co workers by attending work even when they have symptoms; The study found that 95% of people working in healthcare settings have working while sick; most often because the symptoms were mild or starting during their workday. The Centers for Disease Control…

Axial Spondyloarthritis

People With Axial Spondyloarthritis Struggle To Find A Job

People living with axial spondyloarthritis (axSpA)  a long-term inflammatory spine condition; which is as prevalent as rheumatoid arthritis face uncertainty and worry for their future; with 74% reporting difficulties finding a job due to the condition, The European results of the International Map of Axial Spondyloarthritis (IMAS) reveals. These findings, present at the Annual European…

Cytokine Macrophage Migration As Inhibitory Factor

Cytokine Macrophage Migration As Inhibitory Factor

Malaria is the second leading cause of infectious disease worldwide; and took more than a half million lives in 2013. To date, no completely effective vaccine exists; and infecting individuals only develop partial immunity against disease symptoms. Plasmodium species produce an ortholog of the cytokine macrophage migration inhibitory factor; PMIF, which modulates the host inflammatory…

Mental health technology developer

Mental Health Technology Tackles By Smartphone App

Mental Health Technology; This study is about MINDtick app which was developed in South Australia by Flinders University and mental health technology developer goAct to assist with the early and accurate diagnosis and management of mental illness by allowing access to a person’s smartphone data. The app draws on mobile phone data, such as information…

Procalcitonin As One Of The Biomarkers For Anastomotic Leakage

Procalcitonin As One Of The Biomarkers For Anastomotic Leakage

The anastomotic leakage (AL) is a dreading complication following colorectal surgery; But the procalcitonin is one of many biomarkers studying and research has suggesting; that it has improving accuracy for the diagnosis of AL comparing with other inflammatory biomarkers such as C reactive protein. But the anastomotic leak is the dreading complication associating with colon…

Acute Viral Haemorrhagic Disease Transmitted By Infected Mosquitoes

Acute Viral Haemorrhagic Disease Transmitted By Infected Mosquitoes

Yellow fever is an acute viral haemorrhagic disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes. The “yellow” in the name refers to the jaundice that affects some patients; The ongoing outbreak of yellow fever in Angola has global public health officials closely monitoring the situation. But Currently, all regions in Angola should be considering as areas at high…

Inflammatory Marker Test

Inflammatory Marker Test For Contribute To Diagnosing Serious Conditions

Inflammatory Marker Test; Blood tests that detect inflammation, known as inflammatory marker tests, are not sensitive enough to rule out serious underlying conditions and GPs should not use them for this purpose, according to researchers from the University of Bristol’s Centre for Academic Primary Care, University of Exeter and the National Institute for Health Research…