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Forensic Experts Would Boost The Efficiency Of Crime Investigation

Forensic Experts Would Boost The Efficiency Of Crime Investigation

Crime investigation in Nagaland, despite a rising insistence on adopting state of the art technology, largely remains basic. With little or no resources to draw from, the Nagaland Police are mainly confine to the traditional practice of ‘interrogation’; also applying the personnel’s resourcefulness to frame charges that can be admit in court. The lacks are…

Nuclear medicine

Patients Underwent 2‐[18F]‐2‐Deoxy‐D‐Glucose PET/CT Imaging

This study is aim to investigate the relationship between IDH3a expression and tumor glucose uptake. Sixty‐five patients who underwent 2‐[18F]‐2‐deoxy‐D‐glucose ([18F]‐FDG) positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) imaging before surgery and pathologically diagnosed as lung adenocarcinoma were included. All patients were divided into high (n = 31) and low (n = 34) groups according IDH3a expression…

Prediabetes

Long Sleep Times In Patients With Prediabetes

According to a recent cohort study, publish in ADA Diabetes Care, self-reported short and long sleep times were associated with glycemic values out of normal range in patients with prediabetes and recently diagnosed, untreated patients with diabetes. Also, short sleep times and shift work patterns; found to be associated with higher BMI values within the…

Family medicine

Committee Approves Plan to Alter Medicare Drug Pay

The researches find that the The Senate Finance Committee package includes several provisions intended to reduce the amount Medicare, Medicaid, and consumers spend on drugs. It is unclear whether the Senate will ever vote on this package. Still, the bipartisan support shown at the committee meeting for measures contained in the package signals that lawmakers…

gastroenterology

Treatment Option For Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

The study find that the A recent trial has now shown that nor-urso is also an effective treatment; option for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. The results were recently published in leading journal “The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology”. More than a quarter of the Austrian population suffers from a form of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, usually…

Immune hematology

Ability Of The Pathogen To Manipulate The Host Immune System

The researches find that the authors believe that, once resistance spreads in host species, virulence may be driven by other means such as by manipulating host immune systems. The research examined the spread of bacteria called Mycoplasma gallisepticum among house finches a rare example of a well-studied host-bacteria evolution where humans have not intervened with…

Dengue Fever Cases Raising In Bangladesh

Dengue Fever Cases Raising In Bangladesh

As Dengue fever cases raising in Bangladesh; finding nearly more than 13,637 cases of the disease so far this year, with nearly 1,100 people most of them children diagnosed in the last 24 hours; according to official figures. Bangladesh is in the grip of the country’s worst-ever dengue fever outbreak. Eight people have died and…

Pharmacology

Cut Price Of Expensive Hepatitis Drugs Boosts Treatment Rate

The researches find that the An initiative to improve access to high-cost hepatitis C treatments in poorer countries has resulted in more people being treated for the disease. This is the finding of a new study from Imperial College London, published in the journal The Lancet Global Health. The global scheme, which allows the patent drugs…

Disparities Persist In The Quality Of Care Received By Infants

Disparities Persist In The Quality Of Care Received By Infants

Racial and ethnic disparities persist in the quality of care received by infants in US neonatal intensive care units (NICUs), according to a systematic review published today in Pediatrics. These disparities most often disadvantage African American infants and, possibly to a lesser extent, other infants of color, the researchers say. The disparities center on two overarching themes, write…

HULLK

Incredible HULLK That Controls Prostate Cancer Progression

Cancer researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, identified a key to controlling the growth and progression of prostate cancer; the second most common cancer in men. The researchers dubbed this key “HULLK,” and they believe it can be use to target and stop the progression of a cancer that kills more than…

Anesthesiology

Drug Ketamine Is Also A Quick-Acting Anti-Depressant

The researches find that the a club drug also happens to be a fast-acting antidepressant  and New Zealand scientists have just shown why. Ketamine  or “special K” as it’s known in the club scene where it’s used recreationally is already widely used as an anaesthetic, especially for children, and vets use it as a tranquiliser.…