New Strategy Likely To Surmount Superbugs’ Drug Resistance; Say Scientists

Resistance of Antibiotic, which is defined by the lack of vulnerability of bacteria to drugs that were previously effective, has at present, become quite a problem all over the world. In fact, scientists are calling it a global crisis. They are coming out with new strategies, which range from using viruses that kill bacteria to… Continue reading New Strategy Likely To Surmount Superbugs’ Drug Resistance; Say Scientists

Nutritionist States Pizza Is Better Than A Majority Of Cereals For Breakfast

A New York-based nutritionist has said that “a pizza slice has more fats and much less sugar compared to a majority of cold cereals, thus, one won’t experience a sudden sugar crash.” She said, pizza also contains protein, dairy, and carbohydrates. Chelsey Amer, registered dietician, said, “One might be astounded to learn that an average… Continue reading Nutritionist States Pizza Is Better Than A Majority Of Cereals For Breakfast

Cell Phone Game Likely To Help Early Diagnosis Of Alzheimer’s Risk

The alarming growth of Alzheimer’s disease which now affects nearly 50 million people across the world has not seen any significant breakthrough in treatment of the problem for nearly four decades. But researchers now say that a smartphone game which was recently developed would help to halt the growing number of Alzheimer’s patients. According to… Continue reading Cell Phone Game Likely To Help Early Diagnosis Of Alzheimer’s Risk

Evening Exercises Likely To Be The Best For Your Health

A series of recent studies derived that the benefits of exercise greatly vary depending upon the time of the day. We are far from completely understand the phenomenon at play, but an interaction between the body’s daily routine and physical exercise can have a crucial difference in the exercise. Dr. Paolo Sassone-Corsi, the director of… Continue reading Evening Exercises Likely To Be The Best For Your Health

Over Medication A Serious Issue For Elderly—Study

An estimated 36% of older adults consume at least five different prescriptions on a daily basis. It has been suggested that the mixture of such medications can sometimes have adverse effects on the patients. A retired banker named Bruce Hall of age 81 was found attempting to vault from a bridge. When asked the reason… Continue reading Over Medication A Serious Issue For Elderly—Study

Reshaping Of Body Tissues Using Molecular Surgery With No Scars And Incisions

Traditional surgical methods involve cutting and suturing to reshape an ear or nose, follow by scars and long recovery period. But now, scientists have identified an innovative mechanism, known as “molecular surgery” that utilizes tiny needles, electric current, and 3D-printed patterns to immediately reshape the living tissues with no surgical cuts, stitches, and hence no… Continue reading Reshaping Of Body Tissues Using Molecular Surgery With No Scars And Incisions

Advancement In Deep Brain Stimulation Can Lead To New Treatments

A new study suggests that the latest advances in DBS (deep brain stimulation) for Parkinson’s disease can induce treatments for conditions like OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder), depression, and Gilles de la Tourette syndrome. The scientists from the HUG (Geneva University Hospitals), University of Tübingen, University of Geneva, and the Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering, states… Continue reading Advancement In Deep Brain Stimulation Can Lead To New Treatments

Scientists Built A Mouse Replica For Unusual Brain Disease

A new mouse replica for Joubert Syndrome—a rare brain disease—has been constructed by University of Bath researchers, who expect it would speed up research to understand how the disease advances plus help develop and appraise therapeutic approaches. Scientists were capable of accurately reconstruct the syndrome in mice via targeted deletion of parts of a gene… Continue reading Scientists Built A Mouse Replica For Unusual Brain Disease

Nuts Consumption Improves The Consistency Of Brain Functionality By 60%

Dementia is a brutal disease that vanishes the memory of people, including their identity and their judgment. Unfortunately, no effective treatment has yet been discovered, and in the past few years, newly discovered dementia drugs had not performed significantly in the clinical trials. Without any effective treatments across the world, everyone wishes to avoid getting… Continue reading Nuts Consumption Improves The Consistency Of Brain Functionality By 60%

Energy Drink Containing Viagra Banned In Africa

There is a lot of craze related to energy drinks among people, especially youngsters. But, the health concerns and consciousness among the current populace related to the sugary and vitamin accumulated beverages has reduced the consumption to a great extent. Recently, Zambia has had its one of the popular energy drinks completely banned by the… Continue reading Energy Drink Containing Viagra Banned In Africa