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Cardiovascular Event Is Low Balling The Threat In Patients With HIV

Cardiovascular Event Is Low Balling The Threat In Patients With HIV

According to the study it is stating that baffling rift between the patients with HIV and the right Statin. The study evaluating the risk for a cardiovascular event; is low balling the threat in patients with HIV, and conflicting results on the success of statins is perplexing specialists. Clearly, the risk is not the same…

According To Global Study Measles Cases Increasing

According To Global Study Measles Cases Increasing

According to world health organization; the study stating that the global measles cases triple year on year. As measles which is highly contagious; and can be entirely preventing through a two dose vaccine, but the World Health Organization (WHO) has in recent months sounding the alarm over vaccination rates. World health organization saying that the…

Using The Plasma-miRNAs As Biomarkers For Endometriosis

Using The Plasma-miRNAs As Biomarkers For Endometriosis

The study finding that the plasma miRNAs as biomarkers for endometriosis; as endometriosis, defining as the presence of endometrial like tissue outside the uterus; is a chronic gynaecological disease with an overall prevalence of 2–10% in women of reproductive age and up to 50% in infertile women. Patients with endometriosis can be asymptomatic but typically…

Commit To A Crime Is An Outlier From Society

Commit To A Crime Is An Outlier From Society

Crime; After mass shootings, people naturally search for answers. They also want to find the root cause. One subject that often arises is mental illness. People, and politicians, raise questions about “red flags,” or warning signs a person might commit a violent act, and whether someone could have intervened to stop a mass murderer. Psychiatrist…

Radio diagnosis

Bimodal Contrast Agent Suits Both MRI And Photoacoustic Imaging

The study find that the Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) visualizes internal body structures, often with the help of contrast agents to enhance sensitivity. A Belgian team of scientists has now developed a bimodal contrast agent suited for two imaging techniques at once, namely; MRI and a technique called photoacoustic imaging. The use of only one…

Country's Worst Ever Dengue Fever Outbreak In Bangladesh

Country’s Worst Ever Dengue Fever Outbreak In Bangladesh

The present study reporting that 40 dead cases seeing in Bangladesh; which is an worst ever dengue outbreak; Bangladesh is in the grip of the country’s worst ever dengue fever outbreak; with hospitals overflowing and social media flooded with pleas for blood donors. But cases of the disease so far this year, with nearly 1,100…

Medical genetics

The Hidden Changes In DNA That Produce New Diseases

The researches find that the Environmental change is one of the things that can produce big; serious mutations in our DNA that can quickly lead to disease; such as cancer caused by radiation. But our DNA also contains many tiny hidden mutations. While they initially have no effect on us thanks to a box of…

College students

Conversation-Based Activities Reduce Mental Illness In College Students

College students who participate in fun, peer-directed activities that openly and honestly address mental illness; are significantly less likely to stigmatize people with these conditions, according to a new study led by researchers at Indiana University. The work, published online in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; is the first…

Hematology

Tissue Model Reveals Role Of Blood-Brain Barrier In Alzheimer’s

The researches find that the Beta-amyloid plaques, the protein aggregates that form in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients, disrupt many brain functions and can kill neurons. Therefore They can also damage the blood-brain barrier the normally tight border that prevents harmful molecules in the bloodstream from entering the brain. MIT engineers have now developed a…

Cardiac Arrest Cause Disruption To Heart's Electrical System

Cardiac Arrest Cause Disruption To Heart’s Electrical System

One time, Amy Dahart an intensive care unit nurse at Mary Washington Hospital in Virginia was part of a cardiac arrest team in a freight elevator, moving a patient from a general ward to the ICU, when the man’s heart stopped. Dahart recounts how another nurse “just launched right up onto that bed, straddled the…

Protein Yields Evolutionary Insights Into Their Role In Human Cells

Protein Yields Evolutionary Insights Into Their Role In Human Cells

The study resurrecting protein ancestors yields; evolutionary insights into their role in human cells. Resurrecting the ancestors of key proteins yields evolutionary insights into their role in human cells and in most cancers; study revolving around the function of extracellular signal regulating kinase (ERK); a protein that determines whether human cells divide and multiply as…