Simple Sugars Eat Away Good Bacteria In Your Gut

Simple Sugars Eat Away Good Bacteria In Your Gut

The findings of a recent study presented in Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences show that artificial sugars present in the form of fructose and sucrose kill beneficial bacteria in the gut region and could harm the body in the long run. According to professor Eduardo Groisman, lead author of the study, fructose and sucrose […]

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Better Security Attained With Randomly Creating Biological Encryption Keys

Better Security Attained With Randomly Creating Biological Encryption Keys

Hacked systems, data breaches, and hostage malware are regularly topics of headlines, comprising stories of hospital, department store, bank, and government data leaking into unsavory hands. But now a group of engineers has an encryption key method that cannot be cloned and cannot be reverse-engineered, defending data even as computers become nimbler and faster. “Presently, […]

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Overactive Immune Systems Linked With ME

Scientists of King’s College in London recently suggested that overactive immune systems could explain why people suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome. Several sufferers of ME or CFS said that their conditions started after their immunities were hit by challenges, like infections. 55 people with Hepatitis-C were studied. A drug was given to them that react […]

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Winters Get Shorter Due To Climate Change

Winters Get Shorter Due To Climate Change

Researchers studying the condition of winter snowfall in the mountain ranges of California have revealed that climate change and rising temperatures have reduced the period of snow in the ground on mountains that several million people rely on for fresh water resource. The data presented by these researchers at American Geophysical Union Meeting Prof Amato […]

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Many Blood Pressure Medicines Recalled Due To Carcinogens

Many Blood Pressure Medicines Recalled Due To Carcinogens

Since few months, many recalls of popular drug called valsartan have been occurred already. Now, the generic medicine manufacturer Mylan Pharma is going to add more such products to that list. This recall includes 104 lots of three types of medicines such as valsartan tablets, the combination of drug valsartan with amlodipine and combination of […]

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Uplifting Medical Device Innovation To Battle With Opioid Emergency

Uplifting Medical Device Innovation To Battle With Opioid Emergency

Reportedly, the opioid exploitation, addiction, and misuse have turned out to be one of the most reflective public health issues the U.S. is facing presently. It is also a very private problem for several people, influencing individual lives and families. There are many people suffering from opioid addiction. Apparently, the emergency of opioid overdose deaths […]

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Study Shows New Opportunities To Reverse Or Slow Multiple Sclerosis

Study Shows New Opportunities To Reverse Or Slow Multiple Sclerosis

Nerve cells deprived of their insulation can no longer transfer vital data, resulting in the weakness, numbness, and vision issues often related with multiple sclerosis (MS). A new research demonstrates that an overlooked source might be capable of replacing that lost insulation and offer a new method to cure diseases such as MS. Cells dubbed […]

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Sewage Waste Turned Into Clean Energy By Purple Bacteria

Sewage Waste Turned Into Clean Energy By Purple Bacteria

Purple bacteria—that hoard power from light—can assist in yielding hydrogen fuel from sewage and retrieve carbon from any sort of organic waste, as discovered by researchers. Organic compounds in industrial wastewater and household sewage are an affluent potential resource of bioplastics, energy, and even proteins used for animal feed—however, with no competent extraction technique, treatment […]

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Scientists Find Clues To Brain Modifications While In Depression

Scientists Find Clues To Brain Modifications While In Depression

In new pre-clinical study, researchers at the UMSOM (University of Maryland School of Medicine), spearheaded by Professor of Physiology, Scott Thompson, have recognized modifications in brain activity connected to the reward and pleasure system. The study, posted in the Nature journal, offers news insights into how the brain advances our understanding of depression & addiction […]

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Neurons Aging Factor Has A Role In Neurodegenerative Diseases Onset

The aging process tends to damage the neurons present in our brains using the free radicals. The biologists from MIT have thus found the free radical damage is commonly known as the oxidative stress wherein the atypical stocking of the short snippets of RNA in certain neurons takes place. According to the researchers, this RNA […]

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