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E-Cigarettes

E-Cigarettes Much More Effective For Traditional Cigarettes

E-Cigarettes; A new large study from University College London researchers has shown that people who use E-cigarettes to aid them; in quitting traditional cigarette smoking are 95% more likely to succeed when compare to those; but who are not using any “stop-smoking aids”. The study supported by the Cancer Research UK was titled, “Moderators of…

Anesthesiology

Urges Cautious Approach to Ketamine Use

The study find that the   Ketamine is commonly used in anesthesiology and for severe pain relief. After a number of positive reports in the medical literature, ketamine became more widely used in existing pain clinics; as well as in new ketamine clinics, which started popping up around the country. Patients eager to lift the fog…

Healthcare

Healthcare Facilities Can Get Through A Doctor’s Office

Healthcare, A new study in the journal Heliyon examines the relationship between the way individuals perceive and respond to threats (threat sensitivity) and where they most frequently seek medical care. The study investigates the association between the healthcare utilization practices of African American men in a low-income urban neighborhood and their relative levels of threat…

Heart Failure

Heart Failure Developing Risk Can Be Predict By Blood Proteins

Heart Failure; Cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of pain, suffering and death in the United States, and despite tremendous advances in knowledge on prevention; so treatment of risk factors such as cholesterol, blood pressure and obesity is not optimal. One of the goals of Dr. Christie Ballantyne’s lab at Baylor College of Medicine is…

Sun Protection

Sun Protection Are Used When Peoples Are Contact With Sun

Sun Protection, An estimated 9,500 people in the United States are diagnosed with skin cancer every day, yet many Americans will put themselves at greater risk for skin cancer over the upcoming holiday weekend. New data from the American Academy of Dermatology reveals that while most Americans will use sun protection at the beach or…

Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer And Common Parasite Are Linked Unknowingly

Lung Cancer; Toxoplasma gondii, a microscopic parasite that gets inside our cells, is present in about 10% of the population in the U.K. But in tests on lung cancer patients, all were found to be infect with the parasite. It’s a remarkable result which we don’t fully understand yet, states Geoff Hide, Professor of Parasitology…

Violence

Violence Outbursts Come From Patients And Patients’ Families

Violence; Across the country, many doctors, nurses and other health care workers have remained silent about what is being called an epidemic of violence against them. The violent outbursts come from patients and patients’ families. And for years, it has been considered part of the job. When you visit the Cleveland Clinic emergency department whether…

Enzymes Regulating The Daily Tasks

Enzymes Regulating The Daily Tasks

Metabolism and behavior of living organisms; according to day and night periodicity adjusting by the circadian clock ; Nocturnin is one of the enzymes regulating the daily tasks such as fat metabolism and energy usage; but in some research this mechanism reveals the molecular link between the enzyme’s daily fluctuations and its energy-regulating role in the…

Immune hematology

Immune Cells Potentially Treat Some Kinds of Brain Tumor

The study find that the immune cells a tumor can recruit to its side, the faster the tumor grows, the researchers found. Tumors arise when cells shake off their restraints and start to multiply out of control. But how fast a tumor grows does not depend solely on how quickly the cancer cells can divide;…

Neurology

The Depressive Symptoms in Huntington’s Disease

The researches find that the depression symptoms; even in early stages before the apparition of the typical motor symptoms of the disease. An altered function of Cdk5 kinase an essential enzyme in several cell signalling pathways- could explain the physiopathology of the depressive-like behaviour in Huntington’s disease; therefore according to a pre-clinical study in which…

Predicted Risk In Inland Regions Due To Climate Change

Predicted Risk In Inland Regions Due To Climate Change

This study predicts risk to increase inland regions due to climate change data, urbanization, and resources and expertise available to control the virus.Dengue is a mosquito borne viral infection that has spread throughout the tropical world over the past 60 years and now affects over half the world’s population. But half of the global population…

General medicine

Climate Change Adversely Affects Human Health

The study find that the Climate change may progressively affect human health for the worse, requiring prompt and resolute action to stabilize it, reports a consortium of 27 leading scientific academies in Europe. Therefore  In its new report, the European Academies’ Science Advisory Council (EASAC) stresses that climate change is global; and is primarily due…