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Fibrosis Severity In Transgenic Mice

Fibrosis Severity In Transgenic Mice

Hepatitis B virus surface antigen gene is correlating with the occurrence of HCC or fibrosis severity in transgenic mice and HBV infection patients, therefore; HBsAg becoming rising target for drug design for the treatment of hepatitis B;the small silencing RNA sequences against HBsAg; generating in edible lettuce can specifically bind and inhibit gene expression in…

Smokers At Higher Risk For Developing Hypertension

Smokers At Higher Risk For Developing Hypertension

In cardiovascular diseases, smoking is a risk factor; where smokers are being at a higher risk for developing hypertension, and an overactive response to normal drops in blood pressure. As the human bodies having a buffering system; that continuously monitors and maintains a healthy blood pressure;By the blood pressure lowering, a response called muscle Sympathetic…

Hematology

New Treatments for Sickle Cell Disease

The researches find that the new treatments for sickle cell disease; a group of inherited red blood cell disorders, has never been so great; but it will only be realized if there is constant investment in health policies such as programs for screening newborns; especially in sub-Saharan Africa, where most cases occur. Treatments for sickle cell…

Computer Analytics

Computer Analytics May Solve Hospital Readmission Puzzle

Computer analytics; A University of Maryland School of Medicine study suggests that a novel machine learning model developed at the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS), called the Baltimore score (B score), may help hospitals better predict which discharged patients are likely to be readmitted. The research was led by Daniel Morgan, MD, MS, Associate…

Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis Bacteria Will Reverse Drug Resistance

Tuberculosis; About 1.5 million people died of tuberculosis (TB) in 2017, making it the most lethal infectious disease worldwide. A growing rise in drug-resistant TB is a major obstacle to successfully treating the illness. Now, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Umea University in Sweden have find a compound that…

Self-harm

Dramatic Increase In Teens Visiting An ED For Self-harm

Self-harm; adolescents who intentionally harm themselves by poisoning or injuring themselves are at risk for repeated self-harm or suicide. A new CHEO and uOttawa study released today in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry shows a dramatic increase in the number of Ontario adolescents who presented to an emergency department for self-harm between 2009 and 2017. Changing…

Biggest Survey On Public Attitudes Toward Health And Science

Biggest Survey On Public Attitudes Toward Health And Science

By coming across to the world’s biggest survey on public attitudes toward health and science; which was publishing on Wednesday; Bangladesh and Rwanda had the highest levels of confidence in vaccines; while France has the lowest. Both Bangladesh and Rwanda agreed with almost 100% votes that vaccines were safe; effective and important for children to…

Human contact

Human Contact Plays Big Role In Spread Of Some Hospital Infections

Human contact; An observational study conducted in a French hospital show that human contact was responsible for 90% of the spread of one species of antibiotic-resistant bacteria to new patients, but less than 60% of the spread of a different species. Audrey Duval of the Versailles Saint Quentin University and Institut Pasteur in Paris, France,…

Third Trimester

‘Safety Bubble’ Expands During Third Trimester

Third Trimester; new research, published in the journal Scientific Reports, shows that women undergo a significant mental as well as physical change during the late stages of pregnancy. The study, carried out in Cambridge by scientists from Anglia Ruskin University and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; but at Addenbooke’s Hospital, investigated peripersonal space. This…

Asthma Affects

Asthma Affects Self Management Support In Older Patients

Asthma Affects; Mount Sinai was part of the largest clinical trial for asthma self management support in older patients, which resulted in improved control and quality of life, and fewer emergency department visits. Asthma affects 7% of Americans older than 65 and causes more symptoms and hospitalizations in this age group than in younger patients…

Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer Can Raise A Risk By Tanning Bed Technology

Skin Cancer; My daughter and her friends are all talking about going to a tanning bed. I suggested to my daughter that she get a spray tan instead, but I don’t think I’ve convinced her since she’s under the impression that tanning beds are somewhat safe. Is there any kind of tanning bed that is…

Medical generics

Genetic Factor Link to Development of Diabetic

The researches find that the a genetic factor linked to the development of diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Therefore This finding suggests a new target for preventive therapies. Because The research has been publish online and will appear in the August print issue of Diabetes. While neuropathy; but which causes pain or numbness in the legs and…