Toxic Chemicals in Bread may cause Cancer and Thyroid Disorders

Toxic Chemicals in Bread may cause Cancer and Thyroid Disorders

New Delhi: World’s one of the most dangerous decease- Cancer can be caused through the Bread we eat in India as it may contain toxic chemicals which can also result in thyroid disorders. The information about such very crucial thing is given by the non- profit Centre for Science and Environment- CSE. The said Centre for Science and Environment pointed the said facts, when it revealed this while conducting a series of tests. Soon after…

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New ‘Implanted Coils’ in lung for quality support to patients: New Study

New ‘Implanted Coils’ in lung for quality support to patients: New Study

Washington: A new researcher conducted by the scientists reveals that a method newly developed is involving the implantation of tiny coils into the lungs which may improve the exercise ability and quality of life for lung patients. The said new minimally invasive method is basically relying up on the most important coils which are developed with the intend to improve the elastic properties of the lungs for preventing the collapse of the airways, and allowing…

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New Study: Running Barefoot can increase your working memory

New Study: Running Barefoot can increase your working memory

New York: People have developed hobbies to walk or run wearing shoes, showing their caring attitude towards their foot, however, those who run barefoot, will show their caring attitude towards their working memory, which refers to our ability to recall and process information, as shown in new study. The study is conducted by the researchers from the University of North Florida in the United States, and one of the researchers- Trace Alloway found stated that…

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Older Women taking Pills may get heart attack or stroke: New Study

Older Women taking Pills  may get heart attack or stroke: New Study

London: As per the new study, conducted by the researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, the calcium and vitamin D supplements which can though prevent the bone fractures in elderly women, but there is a strong warning that such elderly women’s chances of getting a heart attack or a stroke also increases through such supplements. Moreover, as per the findings came out of the research so concluded, if a lakh of elderly…

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New Study: Yoga and Meditation can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s

New Study: Yoga and Meditation can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s

Recent studies on Yoga and Meditation prove that both these two have an enormous capacity to improve your memory, and also can reduce Alzheimer’s risk. The research was held in New York with 25 participants. A three-month course of kirtan kriya and Kundalini yoga helped to reduce the cognitive and emotional problems. It is considered as these two are the prime factors which lead to Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Chanting, hand movements…

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New ultra-sensitive test for Cancer and HIV developed by Stanford chemists

New ultra-sensitive test for Cancer and HIV developed by Stanford chemists

Tests being newer and ultra-sensitive have been designed for detecting diseases like cancer and HIV. This proves 10000 times more useful than latest diagnostic tools. This is said by Stanford Scientists. When diseases like HIV or cancer starts growing in bodies of patients, immune systems respond by production of antibodies. Finding out these very antibodies is a great way to infer presence of HIV or cancer. The related biomarkers are also important to design a…

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Pre-Pregnancy stress may results in babies with low birth weight

Pre-Pregnancy stress may results in babies with low birth weight

In case of an expecting mother her stress physiologies predicts low birth weights of babies-lesser than 2.5kg. This is revealed by newer studies. Findings suggest that mother’s stressing physiologies even before she conceives are important also. Studies reveal that an expecting mother’s life situations and health factors before pregnancies (chronic stresses especially) greatly matters. Findings are that same pattern of cortisol linked with stresses chronically associated with baby delivery weighs lesser at birth times. This…

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Novel Blood Test for the early detection of Alzheimer’s

Novel Blood Test for the early detection of Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease can now be detected at an early stage, with the newly found blood test, which is based on immune- chemical analysis using an infrared sensor. The researchers have warned the people up to Fifteen years before the symptoms appear. The sensor which is used o as referred above by the scientists, its surface is to be coated with the highly specific antibodies which extract biomarkers for Alzheimer’s from the blood or the cerebrospinal…

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A new gene identified which repairs DNA, used to diagnose breast cancer earlier

A new gene identified  which repairs DNA, used to diagnose breast cancer earlier

A new gene GT198 which repairs DNA, when it gets mutated causes breast cancer. Hence it is used to diagnose cancer of breast as a new target for treatment says Dr. Lan Ko, correspondent author, Augusta University. Gene mutations are present in ovarian and breast cancer early onset. Progenitor or the stem cells is the cause of breast cancer in mutated conditions as well as it also gives rise to healthy breast cells. In premenopausal…

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Smartphone microscopes can helps in Skin Cancer detection: New Study

Smartphone microscopes can helps in Skin Cancer detection: New Study

Phone based mobile microscopes are utilized for diagnosing skin cancers correctly in settings in which old microscopes are not present. This is as per newer studies. Scientists at University of Texas Health Science Centre at Houston (UTHealth) revealed that smartphone microscopes can thereby improve detection of skin cancers in nations that are developing. Physicians in few remote regions do not have accessibility to highly powered microscope being used for evaluating samples of skins. In such…

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