Curcumin helps Prevent Stomach Cancer, Says Research

Researchers at UNIFESP conducted a study on medicinal bnefits of turmeric and found that it has an ability to prevent or combat stomach cancer. Curcumin is an ancient spice that impacts color and flavor of food. The researchers are targeting several natural compounds to cure chronic diseases.  According to researchers, curcumin has vital compounds such […]

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Wearable Epinephrine Injector to Stop Allergic Reactions

Individuals defenseless to allergies, especially kids, can think that it’s hard to keep an epinephrine injection close by. Healthcare providers have to administer adrenaline rapidly before anaphylactic stun sets in. So, a group at Rice University built a wearable injector that patients can use at their discretion. The thought came across by Justin Tang, since […]

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New Way for increasing Effectiveness of Cancer Immunotherapy Found

Even after robust research, cancer diseases are hard to treat, as they have the capacity to surpass the body’s defense in the immune system. Immunotherapy stimulates the immune system to discover and batter cancer growth, along with preventing the emergence of other diseases. This has offered another way of cancer treatment. In spite of these […]

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Low-carb Breakfast can Benefit People with Type 2 Diabetes

Some cereals are the ideal breakfast; however, a new study suggests something else to people with type 2 diabetes. Jonathan Little, an associate professor at the UBC Okanagan’s School of Health and Exercise Sciences published a study recently. In this research, he demonstrated the benefits of the low-carb breakfast (LCBF) which may contain high fat […]

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Scientists Develop Automated Microscope to Optically Scan Emulsion

Analysts from Italy and Russia’s National Institute for Nuclear Physics and National University of Science and Technology MISIS have collaborated to develop an automated microscope. This technology is a basic and low-cost innovation that enables rising the pace 10 to 100 times of an automated microscope. Increase in speed of microscope will help researchers in […]

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Nanotechnology-Enhanced Biochip Identifies Minute Levels of Diseases

Spotting minute amounts of pathogens flowing in the bloodstream is a difficult task for healthcare providers. This is a stumbling block in treating and detecting cancer. Researchers are hoping to bridge this gap through inventing a novel electrochemical biosensing device which identifies the biomarkers-emitted signals. Hence, researchers are emphasizing on disease detection with the power […]

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Scientists Discover Part of Brain that Helps Navigate Familiar Places

Scientists have taken approach in finding the root cause of brain damage in Alzheimer’s disease. During the research, UCL scientists have discovered the key brain region in humans responsible for navigating well-known places. This helped them understand about severe disorientation in early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. The study in Cerebral Cortex was the first-of-its-kind to […]

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Omega-3 Fatty acids could aid reduce childhood asthma prevalence

Omega-3 fatty acids now have additional health value, says a study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. Foods such as salmon rich in omega-3 fatty acids can help protect from indoor pollution. If these foods are fed to children by families can help save them from harmful effects of indoor […]

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