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DNA packaging mechanism of The Virus HSV1

DNA Packaging Mechanism Of The Virus HSV1

Herpesviruse are enveloping viruses that are prevalent in the human population and are responsible for diverse pathologies; including cold sores; birth defects and cancers; research scientists revealing DNA packaging mechanism of HSV 1, the virus that causes cold sores. But the intricate machinery responsible for compressing DNA into the small interior shell, or capsid; of…

Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Age-Related Vision Loss Stopped By New Laser Therapy

About 200 million people are with age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and in approximately five of these cases; the disease progresses to an advance stage, leading to visual loss in the world. Advance AMD is divide into wet and dry forms. While wet AMD can be treat with medical injections; approximately four fifths of advance AMD…

Employees increase their fitness

Fitness Will Improve Cardiovascular And Mental Health

Fitness; Now a days peoples are leading their busy life, on average they are spending over 3,500 days at work over a lifetime. This makes work the ideal place to encourage and support physical activity and exercise. And a new study from Germany shows that doing so can help employees increase their fitness, improve their cardiovascular and…

New mobile phone application can measure impaired breathing

Impaired Breathing Can Be Indicated By Mobile App

Impaired Breathing; Signal researchers in Oulu have developed a mobile phone application that can measure impaired breathing. The results can lead you to determine whether you have a respiratory disease. In the future, this invention can also help people suffering from asthma or allergies with remote care and self-care. The mobile measurement tool is an…

Single Cell Map To Reprogram Scar Tissue Into Healthy Heart Cells

Single Cell Map To Reprogram Scar Tissue Into Healthy Heart Cells

Research making single cell map to reprogram scar tissue into healthy heart cells; where every year 790,000 Americans suffer a heart attack; which leaves damaging scar tissue on the heart and limits its ability to beat efficiently; reprogram scar tissue cells called fibroblasts into healthy heart muscle cells called cardiomyocytes. But the research have been…

Nuclear medicine

Ultrasound Imaging Monitor the Exact Drug Dose

The researches find that the An ultrasound imaging technique called passive cavitation imaging was able to create an image and estimate the amount of a drug that crossed the blood-brain barrier to reach a specific location in the brain; but according to a study by NIBIB-funded bio engineers at Washington University. Ultrasound imaging technique The…

Immune hematology

The Biochemical Signalling Pathways of Immune Cells

The study find that the The biochemical signalling pathways of immune cells. This finding has important implications for advances in cancer immunotherapy, among other areas. Therefore Oncologists have had great success with cancer immunotherapy in recent years, especially with the approach known as immune checkpoint inhibition; which is recognise with last year’s Nobel prize for…

Canadian Convicted Of Pedophilia In Nepal

Canadian Convicted Of Pedophilia In Nepal

A prominent Canadian figure once naming to the prestigious order of Canada; but Peter Dalglish, has been finding guilty of raping two young boys in Nepal; where Nepal has seen a surge in pedophilia relating cases by abusers pretending to be tourists or philanthropists. But dalglish’s case, heard in a court in the Kavrepalanchok district,…

Awareness Of Alcohol's Role In Breast Cancer

Awareness Of Alcohol’s Role In Breast Cancer

As breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK; with more than 54,000 new cases diagnosed and 11,000 deaths every year; But lifestyle factors account for nearly a quarter of all cases, with the  alcohol consumption and obesity topping the list. The study finding out that alcohol is a risk factor for breast cancer;…

Assessments are done by a health-care team

Health Care Professionals Toolkit To Assess Dementia

Health Care; University of Alberta led research is revolutionizing the way health professionals assess the decision-making capacity of seniors in Edmonton and across the province. The model led to a 60 percent drop in referrals to geriatricians and an 80 percent drop in the number of capacity interviews required when it was first piloted. They…

High Salt Intake Inhibits Tumor Growth In Mice

High Salt Intake Inhibits Tumor Growth In Mice

The balance between pro and anti-inflammatory cells; and signals is critical for preserving immune homeostasis and a disturbing immune cell balance is believing to contribute to autoimmunity and cancer; High salt intake is a knowing risk factor for high blood pressure and cardiovascular diseases; Recent research has also indicated that too much salt may impact…

Cooling Vest

Cooling Vest Can Improve Athletes Performance In Hot Conditions

Cooling Vest; Strategies to cope with body heat in sports is a pressing issue. The Tokyo Olympics will be held in the hot and muggy Japanese summer where the ambient temperature is expected to be above 33°C. Athletes have to worry about performing under pressure of the high-stakes competition; but also now have to deal…