Thursday, 28 July, 2022

Study links synapse loss and post-stroke recovery

Close to 5 percent of older adults suffer from Parkinsons disease. Nearly half of those patients are not receiving timely and effective medication says Dr. ELDRITCH at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. He is a member of the Jonsson Comprehensive Parkinsons Disease Center at UCLA where he manages the academic and research mission of the Jonsson Family Foundation.

Throughout former life a synapse is marked by discontinuation of a group of cells that are key producers of the electrical signals essential for normal brain functions. Damaged synapses lead to Parkinsons disease a progressive and debilitating neurodegenerative disease characterized by a loss of neurons in the brain. Up until now the exact mechanisms that cause synapses to break down in the first place were thought to be triggered by the oxidative stress generated by the cells surroundings.

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Wednesday, 27 July, 2022

New type of treatment could lead to better treatment of osteoarthritis

About 1. 3 million people globally suffer from osteoarthritis each year.

But the inflammation of cartilage underpins this pain throughout the body requiring constant care and rehabilitation.

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Understanding Bacterial Vents

New technology is being developed to better study human inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) which affects about 4 million people worldwide. Calcium Channel Leave Pathology is a novel imaging platform to produce high-resolution images of human intestine tissue. MIT CELISA Lab researchers co-led by Rahima Khan published the new software in the journal Biofabrication.

iBD is a B-cell disorder with no specific targetable biomarkers that targets specialized B cells and results in meningeal lymphoma Crohns disease type 1 diabetes thyroid cancer and gastric cancer.

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Tuesday, 26 July, 2022

FDAVO reinstated nicotine testing in India in October plans to update

The European Union has reinstated smoking-cessation testing in the European Economic Area for e-cigarettes and smokeless products in December 2018 a move that could boost e-cigarette sales in the nation of 2. 3 billion.

After achieving success in securing regulatory approval for e-cigarettes and smokeless products in less than two years through concerted lobbying and government support from other countries the European Parliament has begun a short debate in the European Union of 700 petitions in the field of e-cigarettes this month.

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Maintaining function after treatment of melanoma linked to improved survival rates

Maintaining the cancers basic biological steps of tumor growth and survival such as proliferation invasion and migration can help keep patients alive for a longer period even in cases with cancer drugs according to a new study led by researchers in the Abramson Cancer Center at the University of Pennsylvania along with Penn Medicine and GlaxoSmithKline.

The study published today in Cancer Discovery found men whose cancers were treated with immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICI) had higher post-clinically-adjusted survival rates after 41 weeks of treatment compared to men who were treated with cancer-containing inhibitors such as pembrolizumab (Keytruda) carboplatin (Oscar) and carboplatin hydrochloride (C-HC)A:ROC-PCR-HSF as well as with no adjuvant for the latter.

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Monday, 25 July, 2022

COVID-19 sets another havoc on health care systems and lives of those it affects

Between 1600 and 2000 patients are potentially infected with the new COVID-19 that has killed almost twice as many as 12000 as of Sunday compared to 40600 a year ago the latest Reuters tally of confirmed infections showed.

Investment needed to combat the virus is now at a 55-month low of 3. 6 billion and thats well below the peak of 9. 9 billion in mid-July based on data from 13 countries.

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Red Cross urges halt to anti-LGBT candidates Senate bid

The Red Cross urged its 33000 members on Tuesday to withdraw a bid by a leading candidate for a Senate seat in North Carolina to challenge the candidate over his controversial remarks during a panel discussing a statewide petition seeking to remove a Charlotte citys name.

There was an attempt by the Senate Leadership Fund to tie the votes in a handful of targeted Senate seats to a final one the Red Cross said in a statement.

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Diseased lung cancer patients blood may have a better chance of surviving cancer

In the last 10 years a rare subtype of lung cancer with high incidence in young adults has remained relatively uncommon but tumor growth in some patients was found to be increasing in combination with chemotherapy. The syndrome has now been described for the first time by researchers at Karolinska Institutet in an article in Cell Reports. The study is published in the highly respected journal Cell Reports.

Lung cancer is the most common cause of cancer-related deaths among Western populations. Approximately one in every 2500 people in Sweden is diagnosed with the disease every year; in Sweden 15400 people die every year.

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Hospital following people injured in Indias first coronavirus wave

After combing through thousands of patients suffering from the coronavirus doctors in India found their way to a heavily populated rural corner of the country.

Led by doctors affiliated to several private hospitals and a government hospital the group of doctors quickly drove ambulances to areas far from where the virus – known as Sohakwan in northern India – first surfaced in China in late December.

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Sunday, 24 July, 2022

Local product offers relief from resort pain

Recent studies have confirmed that exercise can help alleviate the pain of aching joints. Now a new study carried out by the Institute of Pharmacy at the university of Copenhagen shows that the medication okashi may decrease pain sensations caused by a little exercise.

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