3D Liver and Heart Tissues are being made in Laboratories, functions like real organs

3D Liver and Heart Tissues are being made in Laboratories, functions like real organs

To take tissue engineering’s to total newer levels by researchers is done. Newer developments of technologies for building modelled versions of liver and heart tissues that function like real organ. To grow realistic tissues of humans outside bodies is done.”Person-on-a-chip” technologies are known as AngioChip. This offers powerful platforms for testing and discovering newer drugs. Scientists believe as to that tissues engineered eventually could be utilized for replacing or repairing organs becoming damaged.  It is…

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Doubling of Stroke Risks and Heart Attack after Consumption of Moderate Alcohol: New Study

Doubling of Stroke Risks and Heart Attack after Consumption of Moderate Alcohol: New Study

Moderate alcohols consumption doubles risks of strokes and heart attacks in hours after consuming it. Newer studies have warned it. Scientists analyses data through studies 23 including 30000 people for understanding better risks of strokes and heart attacks in days and hours after alcohol drinking. One drink in one day for women and two drinks in one day for men raise risk of a person of strokes or heart attacks by 2 folds approximately within…

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Symptoms of Asthma being linked with Anxieties and Stresses: New Study

Symptoms of Asthma being linked with Anxieties and Stresses: New Study

New York: Symptoms of Asthma common have been associated along with increased levels of anxieties and stresses in teenagers. This was found by studies. Researches by Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit city of Michigan State in US found in smaller studies of 38 patients of asthma in age groups of 14 to 17 years that scores averaged for levels of anxieties and stresses had been higher when compared with population generally. There are discoveries of…

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New Talks: Human-like robot may one day care for dementia patients

New Talks: Human-like robot may one day care for dementia patients

Nadine with her face being expressive, hair being brown and skin being soft is newer brands of robot like humans. One day researchers could hope that she can be used like care providers or personal assistants for elder people. Nadine being 1.7 metre tall had been created in factors of similarities of its creator namely Nadia Thalmann. She was visiting director and professor of Nanyang Technological University’s Institute of Media Innovation of Singapore. She had…

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Experimentation Successful in mice for Zika Virus: New Drug by BioCryst

Experimentation Successful in mice for Zika Virus: New Drug by BioCryst

On Monday 7th of March 2016, BioCryst Pharmaceuticals Inc told doses of antiviral experimental drugs have been conducting improvements on survival rate in mice which were infected whilst with virus of Zika in studies preclinical. 2 doses of drug namely BCX443 had been tested with placebo and one oral anti-viral known as ribavarin. This was there for testing effects on survivals of mice deficient of immunities being infected by Zika. 7 out of 8 mice…

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New Study: High Fat food and Bowel Cancer are interrelated

New Study: High Fat food and Bowel Cancer are interrelated

There is a huge established link between risk of bowel cancer and fatty foods. The gut cells mutate and there are increased chances of cancer in the bowel in case one is fed fatty foods often. A study led by a team of researchers found out this fact by feeding one group of mice a diet rich in fat who suffered cell changes in the lining of the gut leading to tumours which are cancerous….

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Practise Salsa and Keeps your heart healthy: New Study

Practise Salsa and Keeps your heart healthy: New Study

Salsa, a Latino dance form in a four month program has always helped adults in the older age group improve fitness as well as heart condition. Bailamos improved physical finesses and reduced heart disease according to University of Illinois. The researcher team tested 54 adults about 65 years old for four months of Latin dance program twice a week. The other group was given a health education program. Both groups were given a healthcare questionnaire…

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Ageing Process begins even before your birth: New Study

Ageing Process begins even before your birth: New Study

Newer studies claim that ageing process starts before birth. Researchers used mice for foetal developments and modelled pregnancies. Studies revealed that mothers provided with diets being loaded along with antioxidants whilst pregnancies mean that offspring shall age slowly at times of adulthood. Offspring of mothers along with low oxygen levels in wombs could age very quickly in times of adulthood. Antioxidant reduces ageing. For first time it is shown that giving antioxidants too expecting mothers…

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Ointment with Plant extracts may prevent skin cancer

Ointment with  Plant extracts may prevent skin cancer

An aggressive form of cancer of skin, melanoma can be effectively treated using ointment made from extract of a plant. This type of cream has been developed in University of Santiago, Chile. It is still in early stage of verification. After having been applied to animals, this cream has been found to be extremely suitable for treating melanoma which was informed by Sofia Michelson and Claudio Acuna, who led this team of researchers. Melanoma is…

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Addiction to mobiles may lead to depression: Studies Revealed

Addiction to mobiles may lead to depression: Studies Revealed

Newer studies have claimed that addictions to and not simplified usages of internet and mobile phones leads to depression and anxieties in younger age group people. There are long histories of this fearing publicly because newer technologies have been deployed in societies. This was said by Alejandro Lleras, psychology professor from University of Illinois. He added that fears of newer technologies occurred with video games, smartphones presently and televisions. Scientists conducted over three hundred students…

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