Medical Challenges Expected to Bother Americans in 2016
05
Feb

Here are some of such problems based on the views of Dr. Sanjay Gupta who is a practicing neurosurgeon in the USA as well as winner of multiple Emmy awards. ? Fight with the decreasing proportion of Doctors and patients: As the USA is getting in need of more number of medical pra…or doing this it needs initiatives from all levels and from everybody.

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Harvard study reinforces link between autism and air pollution
05
Feb

Apart from corroborating previous scientific studies that air pollution is indeed linked to autism, it offers new insights. The new insights show that women in their third trimester might be more vulnerable if they inhale elevated levels of airborne particles emitted by power pla…ronmental factors and autism exists which increases the risk two-fold.

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Benefits of circumcision outweigh the risks, US CDC says
05
Feb

The guidelines don’t outright call for circumcision of all male new borns since that it’s a personal decision that may involve religious or cultural preferences, Dr. Jonathan Mermin, director of CDC’s National Center for HIV Aids, STD and TB Prevention said the Associated P…rs to tell parents of baby boys of benefits and risks of circumcision.

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Risk of Leukemia after chemotherapy treatment
05
Jan

These finding result from reviews of more than 20,000 breast cancer cases which were handled between 1998 and 2007. It has also been found that thought the risk is quite low yet it is double of what the experts has previously thought. Dr. Judith Karp, professor emerita of oncol…vely. And in any case, the risk and benefits are discussed beforehand.

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Future of Fountain of youth drug
05
Jan

This experimental drug was a version of the rapamycin drug. It was found to having increased the senior’s immune response to vaccines like that of flu by 20 percent. This was concluded by the researchers of Science Translational Medicine. According to the director of the Inst…solution and the remedies can be the doors to an entirely new disease.

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FDA approves blood test that gauges heart attack risks
05
Jan

Heart problems specially heart attacks has become a serious problem nowadays, mostly among the people in U. S. Many people are facing sudden deaths due to these heart related problems. Not only deaths but serious disability is also caused among the humans due to these coronary he…to the FDA for discovering such a blood test which can predict future.

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Excess fruit juices may lead to diabetes, heart diseases and other problems
04
Jan

They make a call to the UK government to alter the ‘five a day’ guideline and remove the fruit and vegetable servings. They have made various researches in this field and after extensive research they have concluded some facts that the fruit juices may be related to heart dis…clude fruit juice whenever the topic of sugar sweetened drinks arises.

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Forgetful T cells in newborn babies
04
Jan

Let’s try to understand it more clearly: We all know that we have an immune system in our body which is made up of cells and tissues and which fights against pathogens and other disease causing agents. And it is also known that infants’ immune system is not able to fight ag…immature cells in the newborns which make them more prone to diseases.

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A new hope for Baldness cures?
04
Jan

A research team at the Perelman School of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania has published some results of their study in Nature, wherein they describe the method they used to convert adult cells into stem cells of the epithelial layer. Though this has been a potential te…lla cells, suggesting how close we are to finding a cure for baldness.

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GUT Bacteria – Shaping the way you are
04
Jan

It was a twin research which means only twins were considered to take samples in the research. The Gut Bacteria is found to be inheritable and genetic make-up of people is considered in this study. For this, 171 pairs of identical twins and 245 pairs of non-identical twins took a…doing a good job trying to personalize and improvise these treatments.

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