Tuesday, September 21, 2021


Exercising muscle may ward off chronic inflammation on its own

Our engineered muscle platform is modular, meaning we can mix and match various types of cells and tissue components if we want to. But in this case, we discovered that the muscle cells were capable of taking anti-inflammatory actions all on their own

Natural antioxidants can keep heart, cancer diseases at bay

According to experts, antioxidants are substances that may protect your cells against free radicals, which play a role in heart disease, cancer and other diseases.

Natural antioxidants can keep heart, cancer diseases at bay

The latest antioxidant which is produced for the first time in India is gamma oryzanol, which is very quickly gaining popularity as a super antioxidant.

WHO panel to make recommendations on Moderna Covid vax

The WHO had granted emergency use validation for the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine on December 31, 2020, opening the door for countries to expedite their own regulatory approval processes to import and administer the vaccine.

Relationship insecurities may up postnatal depression in men

"Low self-confidence in close relationships seems to trigger parental stress, which in turn triggers the symptoms of depression," said researcher Elia Psouni, Associate Professor, Lund University in Sweden.

New tool can calculate Covid-19 transmission risk

The research, published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society A, also shows that the virus spreads further than two meters in seconds in poorly-ventilated spaces.

This could be an early sign of Alzheimer’s

"Alzheimer's disease is progressive and may emerge in the brain 20 to 30 years before diagnosis," said researcher Sylvie Belleville from the Universite de Montreal in Canada.

New study explains how SARS-CoV-2 may seize human cells

Scientists know that SARS-CoV-2 binds the ACE2 receptor on the surface of human cells, after which it enters the cell through a process known as endocytosis.

Antidepressants ineffectual for back pain and osteoarthritis

The findings, based on moderate certainty evidence, show that for people with back pain the effects were too small to be worthwhile.

Lack of fatty acid triggers multiple sclerosis: Study

"We've known for a while that both genetics and environment play a role in the development of MS," said senior author David Hafler, Professor at Yale University in the US.

Know your thyroid glands and how to take care of them

One of the first things you need to do is get your diet in order.

Loss of smell most relevant sign of Covid-19: Study

According to a study, published in the journal Chemical Senses, the disease also often results in both the loss of taste and other senses in the mouth.

Peer support may be more beneficial to teens with anxiety

The poll indicates that an estimated one in five teenagers has symptoms of a mental health disorder such as depression or anxiety and suicide is the second leading cause of death among teens.

OnePlus Band: Stay fit with this budget wearable in New Year

The company has debuted in the wearable market with the launch of its first-ever health-tracking fitness band OnePlus Band that comes with an ability to track heart rate and blood oxygen levels.

Rapid blood test to detect severe disease risk of Covid patients

Mitochondrial DNA spilling out of cells and into the bloodstream is a sign that a particular type of violent cell death is taking place in the body.
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