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Sleep-Disordered Breathing

Sleep-Disordered Breathing Tied to Accelerated Aging

Sleep-disordered breathing (SDB), and the disruption in nightly sleep it causes, speeds up the aging process, according to preliminary research. SDB is a common disorder that results in oxidative stress; and inflammation and is associating with several age-related health disorders. However, it hasn’t been well studied with respect to epigenetic aging. “To our knowledge, this…

The brain

Reaching And Grasping: Learning Motor Coordination Changes In Brain

Reaching for and grasping objects brings about changes in the connections of a certain neuronal population in the red nucleus; a region of the midbrain, now report by researchers at the University of Basel’s Biozentrum. They have also shown how fine motor tasks promote plastic reorganization of this brain region. The results of the study…

Biological Activity By Triterpene Glycosides

Biological Activity By Triterpene Glycosides

The sea cucumbers triterpene glycosides are long time investigating natural compounds; characterizing by significant structural diversity, exhibiting a broad spectrum of biological activity; Some of them are under study as marine drugs.The studies on the glycosides of P. fabriciithat resulting in the isolation of 8 new hexaosides, psolusosides C1–C3 and D1–D5, as well as five previously…

General medicine

Alcopops a Serious Risk for Underage Drinkers

The study find that the alcopops are posing a new threat to underage drinkers. These alcopops are ready-to-drink flavoured alcoholic drinks that contain more alcohol than usual, they warn. The latest study by George Mason University’s College of Health and Human Services (CHHS); and team note that some of the available alcopops are cheap and…

Prisoners

Prisoners At End Of Life May Be Discriminatory

Prisoners; Doctors are calling for reform to rules governing when terminally ill prisoners are suitable for early release on compassionate grounds (ERCG) amid concerns that the current approach is discriminatory. Data obtained from the UK Ministry of Justice and share with The BMJ suggests that UK prisoners at the end of life are more likely…

Radiation therapy

Radiation Treatment Increases Cardiac Risk

The study find that the The Radiation treatment of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) extend patients’ lives, more of these patients are facing a different threat: But adverse cardiovascular events, such as heart attacks and heart failure. A new retrospective study led by investigators from Brigham and ; therefore Women’s Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute…

Emergency Department

Emergency Department Crowding Not Linked To Death

Emergency Department; Visiting a crowded pediatric emergency department in Canada may increase the likelihood of being hospitalized but is not linked to delay hospitalization or death in children, according to research in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal). Emergency department overcrowding is a problem in North America and has been associate with increase illness, death and lower patient…

Hormones

Hormones In Transgender Men And Women At Risk For Heart Disease

Hormones therapy on the heart health of transgender men and women has the subject of several studies publish within the last year. But medical experts and researchers aren’t ready to sound the alarm just yet. They have to recognize that hormones can be lifesaving therapy for trans people, said Dr. Richard Greene. The answer is…

Lung Edema

Lung Edema Can Be Treated By Protein Activity

Lung Edema; Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago describe for the first time the role of a unique, pressure sensing protein in the development of lung edema a condition in which chronic high vascular pressure in the lungs causes fluid from the bloodstream to enter the air spaces of the lungs. The results,…

General surgery

Neurosurgeons to Identify Cancerous Tissue During Surgery

The researches find that the neurosurgeons to identify cancerous tissue during surgery and enables the more precise excision of tumors. Electrosurgical resection using devices such as an electric knife or diathermy blade is currently a widely use technique in neurosurgery. When tissue is burn; but tissue molecules are disperse in the form of surgical smoke.…

Antiviral Molecules From Marine Dinoflagellates

Antiviral Molecules From Marine Dinoflagellates

Infectious diseases, like influenza and hepatitis B causing by viruses, are still a major concern for human beings; lower respiratory tract infection caused by the respiratory syncytial virus which resulting in cold like symptoms, while the infection may develop into severe illness for infants. But during the bio prospective study for antiviral molecules from marine…

Prostate

Prostate Cancer Has Poor Tumor Aggressiveness And Prognosis In Men

Prostate Cancer; Mortality due to prostate cancer is usually relate to its likelihood to metastasize, especially to bone. Prognostic biomarkers are urgently need to predict disease aggression so that appropriate treatment can be selected. A report in The American Journal of Pathology, publish by Elsevier, indicates that CCN3, a protein secret into the extracellular matrix…