There’s So Much More To Explain About How Bodies Sense Pain
October 15, 2021Uncategorized

There’s So Much More To Explain About How Bodies Sense Pain

(Inside Science) — This year’s Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine went to two scientists who discovered how our sense of temperature and touch works. David Julius identified the heat-sensing ion channel TRPV1, while Ardem Patapoutian found the touch-sensitive Piezo channels.Both channels form pores in cell membranes, which allows the cells to send electrochemical signals through the…

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The World Health Organization honors the late Henrietta Lacks for her contributions to scientific research
October 15, 2021Uncategorized

The World Health Organization honors the late Henrietta Lacks for her contributions to scientific research

(CNN)The World Health Organization on Wednesday honored the late Henrietta Lacks, whose cells have been used for innovative scientific research for decades, with an award in recognition of her contributions to the advancement of medical science. Lacks, a Black woman, was suffering from cervical cancer when she was being treated at the Johns Hopkins Hospital…

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New research suggests signs of dementia can be detected in blood
October 14, 2021Uncategorized

New research suggests signs of dementia can be detected in blood

Researchers have reportedly found warning signs that could indicate impending dementia in the blood In a new study published Monday in the scientific journal “EMBO Molecular Medicine,” scientists from the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) and the University Medical Center Göttingen said that certain levels of microRNAs could be harbingers of the condition.  MicroRNAs are molecules that regulate and influence…

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China leads COVID-19 research in traditional, complementary, and integrative medicines, followed by India, US
October 12, 2021Uncategorized

China leads COVID-19 research in traditional, complementary, and integrative medicines, followed by India, US

Products that were being studied the most were Chinese medicine, individual health supplements (vitamins, minerals), combination health supplements and others (Ayurvedic medicine).In 2020, there has been an increasing number of studies to include TCIMs in the management or treatment of COVID-19.These TCIMs have shown positive effects on improving clinical symptoms and complementing standard medications.Researchers from…

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Study finds healthy newborns had shorter hospital stays during COVID-19 pandemic with no change in readmissions
October 12, 2021Uncategorized

Study finds healthy newborns had shorter hospital stays during COVID-19 pandemic with no change in readmissions

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain Healthy full-term infants born during the COVID-19 pandemic had substantially shorter hospital stays than those born before the pandemic, with no change in hospital readmissions after discharge, according to a new study led by researchers at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), in collaboration with colleagues at the Yale School of Medicine,…

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United States E-pharmacy Market, By Product Type, By Therapy Area, By Operating Platform, By Region, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2026
October 11, 2021Uncategorized

United States E-pharmacy Market, By Product Type, By Therapy Area, By Operating Platform, By Region, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2026

Bharat Book Bureau Provides the Trending Market Research Report on “United States E-pharmacy Market, By Product Type (Prescription Medicines v/s Over-The-Counter Medicines), By Therapy Area (Vitamins, Cold & Flu, Dermatology, Weight Loss, Others), By Operating Platform (Apps v/s Websites), By Region, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2026” under healthcare market research reports Category. The report offers…

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Winter-swimming Scandinavian men can teach us how the body adapts to extreme heat and cold
October 11, 2021Uncategorized

Winter-swimming Scandinavian men can teach us how the body adapts to extreme heat and cold

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain The Scandinavian winter swimming culture combines brief dips in cold water with hot sauna sessions—and now, a study of young men who participate regularly in these polar plunges finds that winter swimming may allow the body to adapt to extreme temperatures. The findings, publishing October 11 in the journal Cell Reports…

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