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Heart disease

Omega-6 Fatty Acid Could Help In Fight Against Heart Disease

An omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid has the potential to help fight heart disease; finds a new study by researchers at Cardiff University, in collaboration with Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Atherosclerosis and its complications are responsible for one in three global deaths. Nutraceuticals show promise in the prevention; and treatment of atherosclerosis but require an…

Spread Of Infectious Diseases In Africa

Spread Of The Infectious Diseases In Africa

The study evaluating population-level health problems; and their potential solutions. Where the infectious diseases rate increasing in Africa. Hence developing and applying a analytical tools for problems that can not be addressing by the traditional statistical methods. This kind of modelling is a complex, multidisciplinary field that has flourished over the past 15 to 20 years.…

Musculoskeletal

Rapid Musculoskeletal Diagnostic Panel Could Improve Care Of Children

Findings from a retrospective analysis suggested that the use of a rapid musculoskeletal diagnostic panel; or MDP, could have shortened the time it took to identify the cause of infection, provide appropriate antibiotics and reduce the length of stay for children. “But no approved rapid diagnostic platforms currently exist for bone; and joint specimens from…

Criminal Justice In Addiction Treatment For Opioid Use Disorder

Criminal Justice In Addiction Treatment For Opioid Use Disorder

The National Institutes of Health will award 12 grants to form the Justice Community Opioid Innovation Network (JCOIN) to support research on quality addiction treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD) in criminal justice settings nationwide. The awards, totaling an estimated $155 million from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, part of NIH, will support the…

Medical genetics

Identify Genes Linked To Death From Sepsis

The study find that the Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body’s immune response to infection spirals out of control. Bacteria in the bloodstream trigger immune cells to release powerful molecules called cytokines to quickly activate the body’s defenses. Sometimes the response goes overboard, creating a so-called “cytokine storm” that leaves people…

New Functions For The Nucleolus

New Functions For The Nucleolus In The Cells

The nucleolus is a well-known structure in the cell nucleus that is easily visible under a light microscope. The nuclear proteome is rich in stress-sensitive proteins, suggesting that effective protein quality control mechanisms are in place to ensure conformational maintenance. This nuclear structure is knowing to be the site of ribosome production. A new study…

Filgotinib

Filgotinib Improves RA Signs, Symptoms In DMARDs-Refractory Patients

“The study demonstrates that this new selective JAK1 inhibitor works well in patients; who have failed standard of care therapies,” Mark C. Genovese, MD, of the Stanford University School of Medicine. Rheumatoid arthritis patients who previously had an inadequate response to biologic DMARDs demonstrated; improved signs and symptoms after receiving daily doses of filgotinib. “The…

Cholera Detection Labs In Smartphones

Cholera Infection Detection Labs In The Smartphones

An innovative study on the cholera infections; developing an Cholera detection lab smartphone enabling platform to be beta testing by worldwide leading hospital in cholera research. Cholera is an infectious disease that causes severe watery diarrhea, which can lead to dehydration and even death if untreated. It is causing by eating food or drinking water…

Radio therapy

A Highly Effective PET Therapy For The Treatment Of AKI

The researches find that the  POM radiolabel with zirconium-89 (89Zr) is intravenously inject into AKI mice. Longitudinal PET imaging was then perform at various time points to monitor the renal accumulation in vivo. Therefore The therapeutic value was evaluated by dynamic positron emission PET scans with gallium-68 (68Ga)-EDTA, blood urea nitrogen and creatinine measurements, H&E…

Blood Biomarker For Neurologic Disorders

The Blood Biomarker For Neurologic Disorders Detection

Blood based biomarkers will be essential and would be welcome by clinicians, researchers; and the public because in general, they are cheaper, easier to administer, less invasive, and more accessible than all other technologies currently available. Blood levels of neurofilament light can distinguish patients with several different neurodegenerative conditions from healthy people, new research indicates.…

Central Digital Repository For Ayushman Bharat Health Data

Central Digital Repository For Ayushman Bharat Health Data

The web portal, named India Health Portal, is supposed to be a multi-lingual national portal. With a minimalistic design, the online platforms will be interoperable and have open APIs. Moreover, the blueprint also includes apps for medical education, emergency healthcare, public healths, and wellness. However, the central government is discussing the creation of National Digital…

Exercisers Should Be Aware Of The Summer Temperatures

Exercisers Should Be Aware Of The Summer Temperatures

The higher the red line creeps up the thermometer gauge, the more red flags for outdoor exercise. Summer temperatures shouldn’t stop you from jogging, hiking or playing sports outside but they should alert you to the danger of heat illnesses brought on by exertion. “Think of the heat like you think of a steep hill:…