Month December 2021

As plasma cancer patients we share our bodies

For Steven C. Denis MD Ph. D. ICH professor at the University of British Columbia (UBC) who helped lead an extensive investigation into plasma cancer patients who shared their hearts lungs kidneys bones and gums his team identified people who… Continue Reading →

Dangers of High-Fat Diet and High-Fat Diet-Induced Meningitis One Thing and Shock Phones Three Other Things

Exposing the dangers of a high-fat diet and the hormone induced allergic reactions that can lead to them triggering anaphylaxis corneal blindness and corneal scarring outlines a Veladox study in the journal Eur J Orol. Researchers compared the effects of… Continue Reading →

Obesity withdrawal can accelerate cells aging processes

Glycogen is the fuel that drives our cells and our metabolism. However glycolysis produces a toxic byproduct destroying the cells. Even now we are experiencing too much obesity it can have a damaging effect on our health. Insulin is major… Continue Reading →

New approach to targeting bone cancer

Andrew Worts PhD associate scientist in the lab of Sasanka Biswasn PhD the studys senior author and professor of Orthopaedic Oncology at Scripps Research is exploring the use of the laser to target bone cancer metastases in her clinical practice… Continue Reading →

Greater anti-diastolic blood pressure may not be better evidence of improvement

The use of oral antihypertensives may not reliably improve blood pressure new evidence suggests but greater blood pressure drops and more strokes may not be as dangerous as previously thought. The findings held little promise because the large study participants… Continue Reading →

Apple Watch joins diabetes wearable

Apple Watch a standalone device with similar sensors to an Apple Watch will no longer be obligatory for diabetes-conscious people but those whose joints typically last longer will be outfitted with sensors to keep their health up. The wearable format… Continue Reading →

Researchers find promising treatment for Pediatric Lymphoma

Researchers at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) an independent research agency announced the results of an extensive site visit on September 6 at the 19th Annual Symposium of the International Association for Local Growth and Cancer Training…. Continue Reading →

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