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The Microbes That Live In Our Digestive Tract Alter Immune Responses.

The researches find that the females are less susceptible to infection but are 10 times more likely than males to develop an autoimmune disorder; such as hypothyroidism or rheumatoid arthritis. The female immune system is “a double-edged sword” in that way, said Jennifer Franko; a teaching assistant professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and…

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E-Cigarette Use Negatively Impacts Sleep Quality Survey Shows

E-cigarette users reported “worse sleep health” than those who did not use the devices, according to researchers. The same association has been documented in people who smoke combustible cigarettes, they wrote in the Journal of Sleep Research. Emma I . Brett, a graduate student in the department of psychology at Oklahoma State University; and colleagues…

Hemodialysis

Kidney Patients Relying On Hemodialysis Not Able To Go To EU

Academic experts and students at the University of Sheffield, working with leading charity Kidney Care UK; found that if there is no withdrawal agreement, and no reciprocal healthcare arrangements are made with EU countries before the end of October 2019; UK hemodialysis patients will not be able to travel in Europe unless they pay around…

Gastroenterology

Protein Level In Colon Cancer Cells Improve Chemotherapy

The researches find that the colorectal cancer outcomes may improve by genetically altering an immune-regulatory protein in cancer cells, making the cells more vulnerable to chemotherapy. That’s according to new Mayo Clinic research. The findings; published this month in Oncogene; indicate that increasing the expression of the PD-L1 protein in colorectal cancer cells can improve the effectiveness…

Cancer Survivors Facing Increase Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease

Cancer Survivors Facing Increase Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease; In one of the largest studies of its kind, the research team; led by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, analysed the medical records of more than 630,000 people in the UK, including over 100,000 survivors of a range of cancers. They find raise risks of blood clots forming in the…

Transfusion Medicine

A Blood Clot In A Deep Vein Usually In The Legs Is Dislodged

The researches find that the most common cause of cardiovascular death in Europe, after heart attack and stroke, contributing to more than 350,000 deaths each year. A blood clot (thrombus) in a deep vein, usually in the legs, is dislodged and travels to the lungs where it blocks one or more vessels. Therefore This typically…

Mushroom

Mushroom Consumption May Reduce Risk Of Prostate Cancer

Mushrooms have a long history of being consumed as food and used in Asian medicines. However, research on the health effects of mushrooms has only emerged and developed in recent decades. However, to the best of our knowledge, only one previous human study (a phase I trial) has investigated the biological activity of mushroom intake…

Police Officials Says Yearly Crime Rates Are Actually Down

Police Officials Says Yearly Crime Rates Are Actually Down

Despite complaints from residents about high-visibility crimes making rounds on social media, police officials say yearly crime rates are actually down when compare to last year and the average over the past five years. At a City Council Public Safety Committee meeting on Wednesday, Commander Robert Smith told council members that the city has seen…

Vaping Related Respiratory Illnesses That Struck Teens And Young Adults

Vaping Related Respiratory Illnesses That Struck Teens And Young Adults

In this study the federal health investigators are focusing on illicit THC compounds as they search for the cause of a rash of vaping related respiratory illnesses that struck teens and young adults this summer. Health officials have interviewed eight of 15 patients in Minnesota who have been hospitalized for severe respiratory illnesses with confirmed…

Opioid

Skyrocketing Rates Of Opioid Prescriptions And Related Deaths

The country has failed to heed the lessons of the U.S., and has slow to respond to years of warnings from worried health experts. The crisis comes as drug companies facing scrutiny for their aggressive marketing of opioid; in America have turned their focus abroad, working around marketing regulations to push the painkillers in other…

Immunological Signatures Biomarkers For Detecting Malaria

Immunological Signatures Biomarkers For Detecting Malaria

Researchers identifying biomarkers to predict that if someone infecting with malaria will get sick; Immunological signatures can predict whether malaria-infected children will develop fever or other symptoms; Surprisingly, activation of the well-known tumor-suppressor protein p53 is associated with enhanced protection against malaria fever and increasing p53 in human immune cells and in mice results in a…