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Robots Made From DNA Could One Day Transport Medicine Inside Your Body
"We successfully programmed complex behaviour in DNA robots and compartmentalized each task using DNA origami," said Thubagere.
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Tanzania ‘close’ to discovering the first cure for prostate cancer in the world
The Pranus Africanas tree bark is used by locals to cure fevers, malaria, wound dressing, arrow poison, stomach pain, purgative, kidney disease, appetite stimulant, gonorrhea and insanity.the tree is believed to totally cure prostate infections, including cancer
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Say Goodbye To Cholesterol, Blood Glucose, Lipids And Triglycerides With This All Natural Remedy
Peel 100-120 grams, and put it in a blender and add some water. You should get nice, homogenous mixture
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New Study: Go Vegan and Help End World Hunger
It takes about 13 pounds of grain to produce a single pound of meat.
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Johns Hopkins Scientist Reveals Shocking Report On Flu Vaccines
“For most people, and possibly most doctors, officials need only claim that vaccines save lives, and it is assumed there must be solid research behind it,” says Doshi. Unfortunately, that’s not the case, he says.
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3D-Printed Liver Tissue Developed, Claims Indian Firm
"Our 3D bio-printed mini-livers that mimic the human liver will serve as test platforms for discovery and development of drugs with better efficacy, less side effects and at lower costs," Pandorum co-founder Arun Chandru was reported as saying by ibtimes.com.
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Indian startup grows human liver in lab
Pandorum’s 3D bio-printed mini-livers that mimic the human liver will serve as test platforms for discovery and development of drugs and vaccines. The firm said these drugs would have better efficacy, less side-effects and be developed at lower costs.
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Okra Water and Its Benefits For Diabetics
Not just for diabetes, but okra is believed to help in fighting cancer or preventing it. It has important and essential vitamins, anti-oxidants and minerals, as well as a lot of fiber.
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How Ayurveda Pioneered Smallpox Inoculation
The best source concerning the Indian method of treatment of smallpox is a report by Dr. John Z. Holwell in 1767 for the College of Physicians in London.
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Medical Miracle: Paralyzed Man Walks Again Using His Brain Power
The participant, who had been paralyzed for five years, walked along a 3.66m long course using an electroencephalogram (EEG) based system. The system takes electrical signals from the participant's brain, which then travel down to electrodes placed around his knees to create movement.
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Newly found 'insulin-producing' pancreatic cells offer hope to diabetics
NGN3 is the master gene driving development of the human endocrine pancreas, including the beta cells that make and secrete the hormone insulin, which helps control blood sugar levels.
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Insulin Resistance Can Give Herat Disease
WHOLE foods are the secret to life-long health. Fruit aren’t problematic because of the large amount of fiber that they contain, which naturally slows down the amount of fructose that reaches the liver at any given time. Therefore, the liver can more easily process the fructose from fruit, meaning less of it is converted to fat.
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Ten scientific reasons to avoid Beef
"Those who permit slaying of animals; those who bring animals for slaughter; those who slaughter; those who sell meat; those who purchase meat; those who prepare dishes out of meat; those who serve that meat and those who eat it are all murderers." — Manusmriti
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Study: India’s swine flu virus may have mutated into more dangerous strain
MIT researchers, working off information in publicly sourced flu databases, analyzed two strains from India. The study showed new mutations in the protein known to make the virus more virulent.
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Cancer Insights: The potential of CAR-T cells to fight prostate cancer
The realization of CAR-T therapy in prostate cancer could have an impact on the more than 220,000 men diagnosed with the disease annually in the U.S.
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Scientists find way to slow cell ageing
We hope that these findings will help prevent, delay or treat age-related conditions and diseases, as well as certain devastating genetic diseases of inadequate telomere maintenance,"
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Spice Up Your Life: Adipose Tissue and Inflammation
Several herbs and spices have been in use since ancient times which possess anti-inflammatory properties.
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Multi-vitamin supplements to help curb infant mortality in developing countries
The findings suggest that the supplement contains 15 essential micronutrients is superior to the supplements available in many developing countries.
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Skin cells help activate hair re-growth: study
macrophages induce hair growth by surrounding and activating cells in the skin that have regenerative capacity, called stem cells.
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Deer vaccine may prevent brain disorder in humans
To prepare the vaccine, the team inserted a prion-like protein into the genome of an attenuated, or no longer dangerous, Salmonella bacterium.
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Delhi University researchers develop haemoglobin-based blood substitute
professor Suman Kundu, has applied for a patent for laboratory-made haemoglobin which, according to them, enjoys several advantages as a blood substitute.
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Own Stem Cells Repair Affected Cornea in Experiment; No Eye Donations in Future?
“We found that when the stem cells were applied to damaged corneas they healed and became clear again within four weeks of treatment, while those untreated remained clouded,” said Dr. Sayan Basu.
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Become an extrovert to have a better immunity, new research hints
She explained that individuals who they would expect to be exposed to more infections as a result of their socially orientated nature (i.e., extraverts) appear to have immune systems that they would expect can deal effectively with infection.
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Stem cells found in the eye can restore vision
The researchers state that these stem cells would prove effective in restoring the lost eye-sight in millions of people across the globe in the future.
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'Brain training' work wonders for the elderly
engaging in challenging mental activities can help maintain cognition and lower the risk of dementia.
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Think Twice Before Choosing Knee Replacement
knee replacements could be judged appropriate for only those whose arthritis in the knee was medically proven to be advanced. This means not just severe pain but also impaired physical function, like an inability to climb stairs, get out of a chair or walk without aid.
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Ambulance drones could bring defibrillators in minutes
The main merit of the prototype is that by flying over roads, it could get life-saving equipment to a patient before emergency services arrive when every minute counts,
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A new drug soon to treat heart attack
"It is well known that increasing the number of blood vessels in the injured heart following a heart attack improves its ability to heal," Deb added.
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Breakthrough Replicates Human Brain Cells for Use in Alzheimer’s Research
“The lack of a viable model for Alzheimer’s has been the Achilles’ heel of the field,” Dr. Doraiswamy of Duke said.
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Diabetics to produce their own insulin thanks to stem cell success
The case in point has been development of a large-scale method for turning for turning human embryonic stem cells into fully functioning beta cells capable of producing insulin.
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India's dengue fever cases almost 300 times higher than official annual tally
they found that India had nearly 6 million annual clinically diagnosed dengue cases between 2006 and 2012—almost 300 times greater than the number of cases that had been officially reported.
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Side effects of Cholestrol Reducing Drug Statin
while it is true that in many cases, these statins produce lower LDL cholesterol readings, many experts now agree that they may actually do more harm than good.
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Natural Blood Sugar Solution
Cinnamon has been used as both a culinary spice and medicinal herb for thousands of years. Recently however, groundbreaking research on cinnamon has led to some exciting discoveries in the areas of blood sugar control, weight loss, cardiovascular health and more.
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Communion Rites May Be Putting Nigerians At Risk For Ebola
In response to the spread of the deadly virus, prominent Nigerian churches have asked parishioners to stop taking the Communion elements in the mouth and refrain from shaking hands as a ceremonial sign of peace.
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A glass of milk daily good for your heart
"The meta-analyses indicate that there is a link between increasing the number of glasses of milk a day and a lower incidence of hyper-tension and subsequently the heart attack risk,"
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9 reasons to eat Potatoes
Nutritionists tell us that potatoes are not only tasty additions to any diet but carry enormous health benefits as well. What does this mean to your dinner time? Check out these benefits of eating potatoes and you will find out why you should bring potato to your every day meal
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Mango,The King of Fruits: Cure for Diabetes, Cholestrol and Cancer?
As evidenced by copious scientific research, mangoes are also a powerful medicinal food, as they contain nutrients that can help clear up skin, promote eye health, stave off diabetes, and even prevent the formation and spread of cancer
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Drug from Indian spices to fight hypertension
a mixture of cardamom, ginger, cumin seeds, long pepper (thippili), dill (sada kuppi), licorice (adimadhuram) and white lotus petal could bring down blood pressure in rats during laboratory experiments.
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Fat Lipid Cholesterol Causes Heart Attack Lie
“There is no significant evidence for concluding that dietary saturated fat is associated with an increased risk of CHD (Coronary Heart Disease) or CVD (Cardiovascular disease).”
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Heart can regenerate itself, say scientists
Heart muscle cells can retain the ability to replicate long after birth, researchers have claimed.
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DISEASE RESISTANCE POTENTIALS OF INDIGENOUS COWS (Bos indicus) AND UTILITY OF THRIE BY PRODUCTS
Indigenous breeds, as the name suggest, have been identified with a particular area or people from time immemorial and are thus considered to be adapted to some of the environment stresses.
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