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Sunlight Can Cause Age Related Damage To The Skin

Sunlight Can Cause Age Related Damage To The Skin

The population in the United States is expected to become increasingly older, with estimates indicating that by the year 2030, nearly 40% of Americans will be over the age of 65. As people are living longer, their skin is not only chronologically, or biologically aging; but it is also being exposed to environmental factors, such…

Asthma In Children Was Caused By Urban Lifestyle

Asthma In Children Was Caused By Urban Lifestyle

Asthma is on the rise among kids because of a more urbanized lifestyle, outdoor pollution and too much obsession with hygiene. These factors have made children vulnerable to several allergies in the breathing tube more prominent. Well-known paediatrician Dr S Nagabhushana from Bengaluru’s Dr Ambedkar and MVJ Medical College said that earlier; so the treatment…

General surgery

Noncardiac Surgery Occur After Surgery And After Discharge

The study find that the It’s not the operating room that is risky for patients undergoing noncardiac surgery; it’s the recovery period. According to a large international study; only 0.7% of deaths in these patients occurred in the operating room; whereas 29% of deaths occurred after discharge from hospital. The study, which include patients at…

Biomarkers For Predicting Checkpoint Inhibitor Response

Biomarkers For Predicting Checkpoint Inhibitor Response

As the biomarkers associating with the higher diagnosis for predicting the accurate responce to an anti-programmed cell death. But in this study the showing the different types of the biomarkers like interferon-gamma gene signature, and protien biomarkers. PD-L1 (programmed cell death ligand 1) immunohistochemistry (IHC), tumor mutational burden (TMB), gene expression profiling (GEP), and multiplex…

Study Of The Immunity Altering Drugs In Mice

Study Of The Immunity Altering Drugs In Mice

The study on the immunity altering drugs together significantly extended the lives of mice injecting with human ovarian cancer cells, an early proof-of-concept experiment; that may advance treatment for the most deadly although rare gynecologic malignancy in humans. Although ovarian cancer has a low incidence rate, it remaining as the most deadly gynecologic malignancy. The…

Birth-Control

Study Finds Worrisome Birth-Control Knowledge Gaps

A new study has uncovered concerning gaps in knowledge about birth-control effectiveness. The research, conducted in the Vietnam capital of Hanoi, included four forms of contraception: IUDs, birth control pills; male condoms and withdrawal. About half of the women in the study who used condoms mistakenly thought they were the most effective pregnancy prevention. Condoms…

Parkinson's Disease

Smart Brain Stimulators: Next-Gen Parkinson’s Disease Therapy

Researchers at the University of Houston have found neuro biomarkers for Parkinson’s disease; that can help create the next generation of “smart” deep brain stimulators; able to respond to specific needs of Parkinson’s disease patients. Those with the disease often undergo the high-frequency brain stimulation; a well-established therapy for the progressive nervous system disorder that…

App

Pregnancy Can be Prevented By New Smartphone App

Fertility awareness method and app can help women better understand their bodies, are relatively cost-effective, and have no side-effects. But the growth of the “femtech” industry, alongside a seemingly growing wave of younger women; looking to move away from hormonal methods of contraception, has led to a renewed interest. Yet at the same time, the…

Vegan diet

Check With Your Doctor Before Putting Your Child On Vegan Diet

The BNF advises asking your doctor about how to get the right vitamins and supplements on a vegan diet, with special attention to iron, calcium and vitamin B12, before making such a shift. Vegans are often deficient in these nutrients due to their lower availability in non-animal sources of food. The British Nutrition Foundation (BNF)…

Fighter Pilots

Fighter Pilots Are At The Risk Of Prostate Cancer

There is an increased risk for prostate cancer among fighter pilots; the Air Force team suspects. A investigation group by McClatchy shows about the severity of the problem. The fighter pilot study requested by Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein after he contacted by concerned veterans service organizations in 2018; according to the…

Staff Retention Efforts with Hospice Mission By VITAS Aligning

Staff Retention Efforts with Hospice Mission By VITAS Aligning

Amid industry-wide staff shortages that are expected to worsen in coming years, VITAS Healthcare is leveraging current and prospective employees’ commitments to the hospice mission in efforts to build and retain its workforce, Nicolas Westfall, president and CEO of VITAS Healthcare, said in a second-quarter earnings conference call for parent company Chemed (NYSE: CHE). Hospices…

Prisoners Can Improve Their Lives By Practice Yoga

Prisoners Can Improve Their Lives By Practice Yoga

In 2017, a small group of male prisoners participated in an eight-week yoga program at the Alexander Maconochie Centre(AMC); which houses all adult prisoners in Canberra. While prison yoga programs have been evaluated in other countries; so this yoga program was the first in Australia to be the subject of academic research. In line with international…