New study finds physical activity can reduce cancer risk
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New study finds physical activity can reduce cancer risk

The study showed that a one-point increase in the WCRF / AICR score was associated with a 12% reduction in overall cancer risk; 14% less breast cancer and 12% less prostate cancer.   Healthy eating and non-alcoholic physical activity can help reduce the overall risk of cancer and reduce the risk of breast, prostate and colon cancer. Researchers from the American Association for Cancer Research have analyzed nutritional values that have shown the greatest benefit of a diet that reduces alcohol and reduces cancer risk.   The researchers estimated that…

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New genes linked to childhood nephrotic syndrome identified
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New genes linked to childhood nephrotic syndrome identified

Most patients develop a corticosteroid-responsive nephrotic syndrome that responds to steroids and immunosuppressants and goes into remission, but at least 20% of the cases are resistant strains that occur repeatedly in adulthood.   Nephrotic syndrome in childhood is one of the most common chronic kidney diseases in children. A Japanese research team led by Professor Kazumoto Iijima, associate professor Kandai Nozu and Tomoko Horinouchi, identified a group of genes that are closely linked to the development of the infantile nephrotic syndrome.   Also known as nephrosis, the infantile nephrotic syndrome…

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Bio markers to prevent stillbirth detected
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Bio markers to prevent stillbirth detected

The researchers found biomarkers to predict the signs of fetal death in the first trimester, including a fifth previously unknown blood substance called verruculotoxin.   New biomarkers found in maternal blood could help doctors stop the baby’s death, researchers said. Lead author David Wishart said, “When we started to analyze the blood of women with dead children and compare them to healthy women, we found that there was a chemical difference, which suggests that we predict the birth of dead babies and possibly prevent it. “   Using a mass…

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Childhood Blindness Gene Discovered
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Childhood Blindness Gene Discovered

After analyzing the genomes of each member of a consanguineous family with affected children, geneticists have identified pathogenic mutations in a new gene, MARK3 as a cause.     Our genome consists of 20,000 genes that can all cause disease. Researchers at the University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland, working in collaboration with scientists from Pakistan and the US, have investigated a recessively inherited disorder that destroys the eye and blindness in children.     After analyzing the genomes of each member of a consanguineous family with affected children, geneticists have…

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Connection between smell and memory uncovered
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Connection between smell and memory uncovered

The findings provide a new perspective on the visualization of the senses in memory and may explain why the loss of the ability to feel was recognized as an early symptom of Alzheimer’s disease.     A mechanism has been discovered that allows the brain to create vivid sensory memories. Neurobiologists at the University of Toronto have highlighted how rich sensory memories are created and stored in our brains. By using odor as a model, the results offered a new perspective on how the senses are represented in memory and…

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Talking therapy not beneficial for schizophrenia treatment_ Study
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Talking therapy not beneficial for schizophrenia treatment: Study

The study shows that cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy (CBTP) has only marginally and only temporarily improved the functioning of people with schizophrenia.   According to a study, speech therapy has no utility for improving quality of life and reducing stress in people with schizophrenia.   The findings, published in the journal BMC Psychology, showed that cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis (CBTP) had only a slight transient improvement in the functioning of people with schizophrenia.   “With almost zero effect size, there is no indication that CBTP improves the quality of life of…

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P2X4 receptor helps in curing multiple sclerosis
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P2X4 receptor helps in curing multiple sclerosis

In a recent study, this microglial receptor has been shown to increase its anti-inflammatory potential to reduce multiple sclerosis damage and, above all, to stimulate the body’s repair response.   A receptor called P2X4 increases the repair response of the body when it comes to multiple sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that attacks and destroys a structure called the “myelin sheath” whose integrity is essential to the proper functioning of the brain and spinal cord.   In a recent study, this microglial receptor has been shown to increase…

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India sees major reductions in HIV infections_ UN
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India sees major reductions in HIV infections: UN

India has significantly reduced the number of new AIDS-related HIV infections and HIV-infected people from 2010 to 2017 through sustained and focused efforts, according to a UN report warning the epidemic Death is increasingly Pakistan The UNAIDS joint report titled “Miles to fill in the blanks, tear down barriers, correct injustices,” said she had made great strides in responding to the Asia-Pacific region of HIV.   Sustained and focused efforts to reach key populations have led to a significant decline in HIV infection between 2010 and 2017 in Cambodia, India,…

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Super bugs_ Could cinnamon oil hold the key to fighting antibiotic resistance_
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Super bugs: Could cinnamon oil hold the key to fighting antibiotic resistance?

Cinnamon is rich in powerful antioxidants that protect your body from oxidative free radical damage. Now, one study suggests that cinnamon aldehyde (CAD), a component of cinnamon¬† oil, can help combat superbugs by preventing the development of even bacteria that are resistant to the most potent antibiotics.   Cinnamon is a common spice for the home, which is celebrated as an excellent meal full of medicinal properties. The spice has been used throughout history as an ingredient and comes from ancient Egypt. Cinnamon is rich in powerful antioxidants that protect…

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Lyme disease: Your blood type determines whether you will be bitten by TICKS!

A new study suggests that people with blood type A are more likely to be bitten by a tick. Ticks are usually oval, flat and small, about the size of a sesame seed when not fed. But they can grow with the size and shape of a coffee bean that was once filled with blood.   A new study suggests that people with blood type A are more likely to be bitten by a tic. Researchers at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic have found evidence that ticks prefer to…

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