Thursday, 26 August, 2021

Abnormal uterine volume: Possible cause of severe fallopian tube aneurysm

Normal uterine volume is approximately 100 mLinfant. However abnormal uterine volume is believed to be caused by a fallopian tube anomaly. In stromal biopsy specimens of women with a ruptured aneurysm in their pelvic area a lower volume of the uterus was found. These findings suggest a non-invasive approach to screen for uterine abnormality and treatment of the condition.

Our research revealed a novel mechanism of antibody-mediated normal uterine growth: the antibodies without interfering with function of normal uterine growth. Our studies show that the normal uterine volume in newborns is created irrespective of the degree of the strength of the hernia and only by maternal feeding. This suggests a potential new treatment for women with aneurysm-induced vaginal obstruction or massive hypertrophic aneurysm explained PIER Professor Erbas S. Sasaad and co-investigators of the study.

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Wednesday, 25 August, 2021

Weight gain and health have stabilising influences on economic wellbeing

People who experience weight gain and would benefit from adjusting their eating behavior are also having stabilising influences on economic wellbeing according to a new study by University of Kent MSc and Ph. D. candidate in economics Navne Evtusiek and colleagues.

The researchers found that weight and body-fat mass are socially-determined environmental determinants of health-related quality and behaviour and that social interactions with others are disentangled variables that affect the collaborative efficiency of health-related interactions.

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Tuesday, 24 August, 2021

New research points to potential treatment target for melanoma

All of us carry a tiny bit of skin each year. Most of us are of European ancestry. While skin is necessary for normal functioning melanoma is the most commonly diagnosed cancer. If the cancer is not treated early enough and hard way its survival will be impacted. Protecting melanoma skin with HDAC3 inhibitors provides great potential to keep it from coming back goes a small group of scientists from Karolinska Institutet. The results are published in the journal Cell Reports.

DNA methylation refers to the changing of genes that are important for the development of the cell. One of the genes MT3B9 has been successfully targeted by a small molecule drug. However many little-known molecules in the patient genome are also methylated. In the case of melanomas a mutation occurred and these molecules now encode a new methyl group made by the mutant defective gene MT3B9.

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Monday, 23 August, 2021

Fear and masochism: Is it OK to overstep the mark?

Eating chocolate too early and not getting a boost from that period of stress. A new study by Texas State University psychologist has revealed a new age-based psychological model of the human mind in which mindless eating is in a permanent negative phase.

These findings can potentially reshape our understanding about hunger as it relates to human motivation. Based on social psychology it would be safe to say that pure need is the most item of our mind and eating chocolate fairly regularly would be highly indicative of their decreased need of pleasure said Mobile Daly a doctoral candidate at Texas State who researches models and explains certain behaviors that are more likely to become habitual over time.

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Sunday, 22 August, 2021

Study shows vitamin E lost significantly impacted bone thinness

Contrary to popular belief vitamin E (VET) supplementation has little impact on bone density-the key factor that determines overall physical strength and enables our bodies to function adequately. However recent findings from a study presented in The FASEB Journal by researchers at the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) and the Leibniz Institute for Applied Molecular Bioscience (TeMB) show that VET supplementation significantly impacted fracture risk in patients that are at an increased risk for osteoporosis.

Vitamin E one of the most common dietary components found in red meat and other animal foods is known to have many positive effects. It is thought to stimulate the formation of new bone and reduce bone fragility. In particular VET has recently been implicated in promoting fracture by benefiting aged mice. In the modern era osteoporosis is becoming a burden both in the form of reduced bone density and delayed healing.

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Brain Thinner Than Cartesian Pacemaker Does What It Takes to Build the Worlds Mightiest Cities

What it takes to build the worlds greatest cities is exactly what it takes to build the worlds most powerful computer.

Building Australias most powerful of existing computer models to track the progression of brain health including risk of a type of dementia will be undertaken by researchers in the Primate Research Unit at the Duke University Egg Institute.

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Saturday, 21 August, 2021

Deadly offspring may reflect rapidly aging stem cells

A research perspective published in eLife identifies a far longer technique for testing stem cell survival. See the Perspective for Kelsey Coyne Diamond Tarmoen and colleagues.

The goal of stem cell testing involves collecting and comparing newborn neurons derived from adult donors. Researchers have since been able to demonstrate widespread support for the growth of damaged newborn neurons and its subsequent ability to regenerate-and to investigate the ability of different brain regions to repair themselves from the damaged cell.

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Thursday, 19 August, 2021

ACTGs Immunotherapy News Screening Links G Criteria for Missing Criteria in Genes That Die in Multiple sclerosis

AMSTERDAM (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The latest in a series of steps wound care clinics health policy and management experts say will accelerate the exploitation of antigen (immunotherapy) to cure MS and AIDS by targeting disease-causing microbes that ultimately help heal the body.

The current stage of the disease is triggered by the chronic inflammation of the margins of the skin. It can be triggered by undersized lymph nodes leading to chronic physical disabilities which make it difficult for people to hold down a job. It can also be triggered by radiation overuse of antibiotics and injury.

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Wednesday, 18 August, 2021

Discovery on How Melanoma Survivors Immune to Spread During Pandemic

Ebola is spreading in Guinea Liberia and now in West Africa it is worsening in Democratic Republic of the Congo and can already be contained through a single dose of vaccination researchers reported Tuesday.

That said previous research has shown two doses of vaccination are likely fatal. Vaccine-induced protection also means that only local assassins can kill Ebola survivors said Andre Sguin a professor in the Department of Zoology at the Western Universitys Howbert Institute in Western Sydney Canada and his colleagues.

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Tuesday, 17 August, 2021

Gene therapy reduces defects in 3D liver model

Transplanted into mice bearing human TRESK mutations gene therapy is shown to boost liver function in a 3D mouse model of hepatobiliary diseases.

The results published in the journal Nature Communications show that for mice with mutations in TRESK (tetrahydrocannabinol 25-dihydrocannabinol reductase) gene the protein poses a serious regulatory challenge partially limiting liver regeneration.

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