Researchers Worked to Restore Cellular Activity of Dead Pigs Brain

Researchers Worked to Restore Cellular Activity of Dead Pigs Brain

In an advance study, researchers have succeeded to restore some brain functions in pigs. As per a team of Yale scientists, the pigs were butchered before four hours when they revived the cells. In future, the finding may result in approaches in treating human stroke and brain injuries. The team found that science can stop […]

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Scientists Create a Tiny Human Heart Along with Ventricles and Chambers

Scientists Create a Tiny Human Heart Along with Ventricles and Chambers

Scientists have created a first-ever three-dimensional heart with human tissue and blood vessels. They developed a biomedically engineered heart and used a 3D printer to create it. Thus scientists at Tel Aviv University succeeded to print a 3D heart. The medical finding, published in Advanced Science, managed to create a whole heart, along with blood […]

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Study Finds Nutritional Supplements Do Not Work on Mortality Risk

Study Finds: Nutritional Supplements Do Not Work on Mortality Risk

Many health-conscious people across the world opt to take supplements in a hope to live an extended life than others. But a new study reveals the surprising fact; supplementary feeding has a minimal effect on humans. Even more, the only nutrients present in food can lessen the chances of death. Despite having a perfect composition […]

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CDC Warns About C. Auris, A Drug-Resistant Fungus

CDC Warns About C. Auris, A Drug-Resistant Fungus

A drug-resistant fatal superbug fungus is developing in various countries across the world. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says those superbugs can kill people within around three months. Even more, reports from the CDC reveals there are 587 confirmed cases of the fatal infection in the U.S. Thus emerging global cases of Candida […]

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New Study Reveals Edible Marijuana is More Dangerous than Smoking Marijuana

New Study Reveals Edible Marijuana is More Dangerous than Smoking Marijuana

There is a rapid rise in the use of cannabis after approval of medical cannabis in Colorado since 2009. The state voted to legalize marijuana, and recreational cannabis went on sale in 2014. A new study reveals the component has resulted in a rise in visits to the emergency rooms. Inhaled cannabis usually results in […]

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Study Finds Drinking Piping Hot Beverages May Drag You to Esophageal Cancer in Future

Study Finds: Drinking Piping Hot Beverages May Drag You to Esophageal Cancer in Future

People kick start their day with a piping hot tea, while some feel relax after having it. But it can be dangerous sometimes. A new study, published in the Journal of Cancer, those who drink tea at 60-degree Celsius temperature or higher had a 90% higher risk of esophageal cancer. Tea lovers who drink more […]

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Zulresso The First FDA-Approved Drug to Treat Postpartum Depression

Zulresso: The First FDA-Approved Drug to Treat Postpartum Depression

First time ever, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a medicine aiming to treat postpartum depression. Experts say the drug will offer new hope to women and physicians to treat the condition. On Tuesday, the agency approved Sage Therapeutics Inc.’s drug for mainly designed for the state that affects a new mother’s […]

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Facebook Decides to Exclude Anti-Vax Conspiracies from Its Business Model

Facebook Decides to Exclude Anti-Vax Conspiracies from Its Business Model

On Thursday, Facebook announced that it would show up less frequently across the platform. The company is taking steps to tackle the spread of anti-vaccine information by minimizing the publishing of misguiding medical advice. It will rarely mention such posts in people’s News Feed, public and private groups, search prediction, public and private pages present […]

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FDA Approved a Drug Derived by Ketamine to Treat Severe Forms of Depression

FDA Approved a Drug Derived by Ketamine to Treat Severe Forms of Depression

The US Food and Drug Administration added a new drug to the shelf. The agency announced that it had approved a new drug with esketamine. It is a secondary type of ketamine. Doctors mainly use the drug for patients’ who are resistant to other antidepressants. The chemical is also a strong anesthetic. People across the […]

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