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Immune hematology

Reinvigorate Exhausted Immune Cells and Stop Cancer

The researches find that the immune system relies on a delicate balance of finely tuned cell types that keep germs and cancerous cells in check. In cancer and chronic infections this balance can be disrupted; therefore resulting in immune system dysfunction or “exhaustion.” An important protein called TOX; which varies in amount in different immune…

Virology

Persuading Its Citizens to Get Vaccinated

The researches find that the The parents, also vaccinated; tested positive for the virus too. They were believed to have brought it from France. he family were swiftly quarantined; and the Costa Rican authorities contacted people at risk. A few weeks later, two American children again; unvaccinated also developed measles in the country. Again, the authorities had…

Physical activity that boosts fitness should be encouraged

Physical Activity In Middle Age Linked To Lower Chronic Lung Disease

Physical Activity; Good heart and lung (cardio respiratory) fitness in middle age is associate with a lower long term risk of chronic lung disease (COPD), suggests Danish research publish online in the journal Thorax. Physical activity that boosts fitness should be encourage “to delay development, progression and death from COPD,” conclude the researchers. High level…

Radio therapy

Ultrasound Imaging Technique Called Passive Cavitation

The study find that the 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 bioengineers at Washington University. The ultrasound imaging technique The technique…

Health Policy Of India

Absence Of A Holistic View On The National Health Policy Of India

India; Health insurance in India is a growing segment of India’s economy. The Indian health system is one of the largest in the world; with the number of people it concerns: nearly 1.3 billion potential beneficiaries. The health industry in India has rapidly become one of the most important sectors; but in the country in…

Geriatrics

Neurodegeneration in Aging Renewed for a Second Phase

The researches find that the Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA); will be renew for a second phase, announce today. CCNA, the national component of the Government of Canada’s dementia research strategy; but brings together 311 researchers across the country to collaboratively investigate the diagnosis; therefore treatment and prevention of dementia and other age-related neurodegenerative diseases. Because…

Body Fat Distribution

Risk Of Aggressive Prostate Cancer Due To Body Fat Distribution

A“strong evidence” the link between obesity and the risk of advanced prostate cancer; classifies The World Cancer Research Fund . In light of the different hormonal profiles associate with where adipose is store; this study investigate the role of objectively measure body fat distribution and the risk of prostate cancer. In the first prospective study…

Transfusion medicine

Lowering Fracture Rates After Kidney Transplantation

The researches find that  the Kidney Transplant recipients are at increased risk of fracture due to a combination of factors. As the kidneys fail, they are no longer able to maintain normal levels of parathyroid hormone, vitamin D, and blood levels of calcium and phosphate, which are important for bone health. As a result; patients…

Ebola Spreading Between People And Across Borders

Ebola Spreading Between People And Across Borders

Ebola, is a viral hemorrhagic fever of humans and other primates caused by ebolaviruses; which includes close contact with their infected blood, secretion and organs. Which includes monkeys, chimpanzees, gorillas, bush pigs, forest antelopes, chevrotains, civets and bats. The exposure takes place during unprotecting hunting and processing of infected wild animals for meat consumption; if once the Ebola virus is…

Endotoxemia Induced Acute Sickness Behavior and Acute Lung Injury

Endotoxemia Induced Acute Sickness Behavior and Acute Lung Injury

Sepsis is defined as an abnormal host response to infection; which triggers inflammation endotoxemia inducing acute sickness behavior and acute lung injury the body and causing life threatening organ dysfunction; these significant public health concerns; affecting millions of people around the world with high mortality and poor diagnosis. As acute lung injury or sepsis associating…

Alcohol Consumption During Pregnancy linked Poor Growth Of Placenta

Alcohol Consumption During Pregnancy Linked Poor Growth Of Placenta

Drinking alcohol even at conception damages placenta development; where alcohol consumption during pregnancy has been linked to poor growth of the placenta, causing conditions such as fetal growth restriction and low birth weight.Although most women cease drinking once they know they are pregnant The effect of alcohol during the initial stages of pregnancy; even as…

Human Immune System To Treat Certain Types Of Cancer

Human Immune System To Treat Certain Types Of Cancer

Viruses such as measles and mumps not to mention the more serious HIV and Ebola; Human Cytomegalovirus can cause all kinds of health problems, research into the virus is also helping us harness the power of the human immune system to treat certain types of cancer. As Human Cytomegalovirus is transmitting through bodily fluids such as urine, blood, saliva and…