Category: medicine

The Big Bang of Alzheimer’s

The Big Bang of Alzheimer’s

The cure of Alzheimer’s could be on the cards as a team of scientists at the UT Southwestern makes an incredible progress. Alzheimer’s is a chronic neurodegenerative disease which grows with time. Due to the fact that researchers have poor understanding of this disease, we have no known treatment to stop or reverse this problem.…

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Treatment of Diabetes may get Revolutionized

Treatment of Diabetes may get Revolutionized

Diabetics might get their hands on a painless method for keeping their blood-sugar level in control. Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disease where high levels of glucose are found in the blood of the patient. Lack of Insulin secretion or its inability to perform the designated duty is responsible for this state. There are two…

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Flight Attendants have a Higher Risk of Cancer. Here is why

Flight Attendants have a Higher Risk of Cancer. Here is why

Spending most of their time in the thinner atmosphere is leading flight attendants to various forms of cancer. Traveling by air is considered the safest means of transportation as the count of airplane accidents is quite low. Despite the fact that the chances of survival are nearly non-existent in case of an accident, it is…

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A New method to Synthesize DNA is finally here

A New method to Synthesize DNA is finally here

The future of DNA Synthesizing might be extremely bright following the latest technique which is faster, cheaper, and better. Synthetic Biology has certainly come a long way as we can program different organisms to perform designated tasks these days. Manufacturing Medicines and Decomposition of Plastics are some of the examples. Similarly, Custom DNA Sequences can…

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Synthetic Tissues build themselves

Synthetic Tissues build themselves

Tissues will be able to repair themselves on their own following a recent development. It has been a long-lasting mystery that how a single fertilized egg transforms into different organs like eyes and brain. A recent research did help the scientists to untangle this a bit as a half-human half-chicken embryo was created in a…

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A half-Human half-Chicken Embryo was created for the first time

A half-Human half-Chicken Embryo was created for the first time

A team of researchers in the United States produced hybrid embryos with cells of humans and chicken. The curiosity of humanity to know more and more has surely revealed a lot of secrets of nature to us. Advancement of technology has certainly improved medical science many times and we can quote several examples like beating-heart…

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Marijuana Compound removes Toxic Alzheimer’s Protein from the Brain

Marijuana Compound removes Toxic Alzheimer’s Protein from the Brain

Marijuana can treat Alzheimer’s thanks to the presence of a natural relaxant. Alzheimer’s is a chronic neurodegenerative disease that may seem avoidable at the start but it worsens rapidly over time. It is one of the most costly diseases in developed countries. Short-term memory loss is one of the early symptoms of this disease. It…

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Why people with ADHD syndrome have more chances to become Entrepreneurs?

Why people with ADHD syndrome have more chances to become Entrepreneurs?

Diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), nothing to worry as your chances of becoming an Entrepreneur has increased three times. According to different studies, people with ADHD have more chances of exceling as entrepreneurs because characteristics like risk-taking, resilience, and creativity are keys to success once they are given the right direction. The 3…

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All you need to know about Tonsils

All you need to know about Tonsils

Tonsils are far more important than you may think. A lot of organs were categorized as useless but advanced research proved otherwise. Tonsils, a small organ found in the back of the throat, is one of them. It is a part of the lymphatic system which is instrumental in keeping your body healthy. Earlier, the…

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What is CRISPR?

What is CRISPR?

Genetic Defects can be treated thanks to the CRISPR tool. Originally, CRISPR is an abbreviation of Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindrome Repeats. This name was suggested years before the origin of interspacing subsequences. During those days, CRISPR was used to describe segments of prokaryotic DNA that had short and repetitive base sequences. The advancement in…

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Do we have the Cure for the Cancer?

Do we have the Cure for the Cancer?

You think Cancer is curable? Give it a second thought. Cancer is one of the most dangerous diseases of the world. It is a name given to a physical state when cells of your body start to multiply abnormally and have the potential to spread to other parts of the body. Many techniques like chemotherapy…

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What happened with Head Transplant in 2017?

What happened with Head Transplant in 2017?

World’s First Head Transplant has Taken Place Head transplant is often confused with brain transplant but they are two different terminologies. In a head transplant, the head of one organism is grafted onto the body of another through surgery. The head of the recipient may or may not be removed. There are no reported cases…

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Is Laughter Really Contagious?

Is Laughter Really Contagious?

Are human emotions really contagious? Why one person’s laughter is soon shared by another’s? Seeing emotional expressions such as smiles and laughter in someone else often triggers a corresponding emotional response in the watcher. This may be a basic element of social interation: synchronyzing a common emotional state in all members of a group whose brains…

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Alzheimer’s Doesn’t Destroy Memories, It Only Blocks Them

Alzheimer’s Doesn’t Destroy Memories, It Only Blocks Them

Until now, it was believed that Alzheimer’s disease could destroy the memories, but a new study reveals that it actually blocks them. Scientists at the Columbia University have discovered that memories of mice with Alzheimer’s disease can be recovered optogenetically (with the use of light). This can be a very important discovery for future patients,…

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24h Rhythm of Your Body

24h Rhythm of Your Body

What your body is doing during a day? Here’s a full list with all hours and your actions of your organism: 04:00: Your body reaches its minimum potential. The most of time, arrests are made at this hour. 05:00: Melatonin’s level on the blood begins to drop. Your body starts to realease many hormons. 06:00: Pulse and…

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