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  • FDA Expands the Approval Indication for Influenza Treatment to Post- Exposure Prevention By Medindia Health   -   Nov 28, 2020

    FDA EXPANDS THE APPROVAL INDICATION FOR INFLUENZA TREATMENT TO POST- EXPOSURE PREVENTION

    FDA expands the approval indication for baloxavir marboxil, a drug used to treat influenza for post- exposure prevention

    Drugs
  • Want to be at a Lower Risk of Diabetes - Which is Better an Eggless or Egg Rich Diet? By Medindia Health   -   Nov 28, 2020

    WANT TO BE AT A LOWER RISK OF DIABETES - WHICH IS BETTER AN EGGLESS OR EGG RICH DIET?

    Excessive consumption of egg can increase the risk of diabetes states a new research done at the University of South Australia

    Diet, Diabetes
  • Social Support Reduces Diabetes Distress By Medindia Health   -   Nov 28, 2020

    SOCIAL SUPPORT REDUCES DIABETES DISTRESS

    Inadequate social support reduces one's ability to cope with the management of type 2 diabetes.

    Diabetes
  • Digital Aromas - Deciphers New Era Of Technology By Medindia Health   -   Nov 28, 2020

    DIGITAL AROMAS - DECIPHERS NEW ERA OF TECHNOLOGY

    The science of odor is unveiled using a "smell map" that measures smell, based on its perception by the brain.

    Brain
  • Potential Therapy Can Cure Neuroblastoma By Medindia Health   -   Nov 28, 2020

    POTENTIAL THERAPY CAN CURE NEUROBLASTOMA

    A modified version of CAR T-cell therapy shows promising effects in treating the most aggressive type of cancer - Neuroblastoma in...

    Cures, Cancer
  • COVID-19 Cases in Mexico Top 1 Million By Medindia Health   -   Nov 28, 2020

    COVID-19 CASES IN MEXICO TOP 1 MILLION

    In Mexico, 12,081 new coronavirus cases have been reported in the last 24 hours, which increased the overall infection tally to 1,090,675,...

  • Smart Cell Therapy Can Kill Cancer By Medindia Health   -   Nov 28, 2020

    SMART CELL THERAPY CAN KILL CANCER

    Smart cell therapies - living medicines can kill a cancer cell without affecting healthy cells.

    Cancer
  • FDA Approves the First Drug to Treat an Rare Genetic Disorder Which Causes Kidney Stones By Medindia Health   -   Nov 28, 2020

    FDA APPROVES THE FIRST DRUG TO TREAT AN RARE GENETIC DISORDER WHICH CAUSES KIDNEY STONES

    FDA has approved lumasiran subcutaneous injection to treat adults and children with primary hyperoxaluria type 1 - an ultra- rare genetic...

    Injections, Injection, Drugs
  • Effect of Climate Change on Infections Unknown to 50% of People By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON INFECTIONS UNKNOWN TO 50% OF PEOPLE

    Almost half of the population is unaware of the relation between climate change and its effect on infectious diseases.

  • Social Needs Associated With Low Quality of Life In Cancer Survivors By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    SOCIAL NEEDS ASSOCIATED WITH LOW QUALITY OF LIFE IN CANCER SURVIVORS

    Social needs are linked to poor health-related quality of life among cancer survivors in Detroit.

    Cancer
  • ECDC and WHO Calls for Early detection of HIV In Europe By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    ECDC AND WHO CALLS FOR EARLY DETECTION OF HIV IN EUROPE

    Early diagnosis of deadly infections like HIV can lead to higher life expectancy and less chance of transmission.

  • New Mechanism Improves Chronic Pain Management By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    NEW MECHANISM IMPROVES CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT

    By suppressing the signals of astrocytes in the spinal cord by noradrenaline, the effect of drugs for chronic pain can be increased.v

    Drugs
  • Chia, Goji Berries Considered Special Superfoods By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    CHIA, GOJI BERRIES CONSIDERED SPECIAL SUPERFOODS

    In the new study, Compared to local foods, the majority of the respondents tend to label imported foods, such as chia seeds, goji berries...

    Food
  • New Drug Blocks COVID-19 Entry into the Host Cell By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    NEW DRUG BLOCKS COVID-19 ENTRY INTO THE HOST CELL

    Entry of SARS-CoV2 into the host cell is facilitated by enzyme protease removes the spike proteins. Protease inhibitor drug aprotinin...

    Drugs
  • Drugmaker AstraZeneca is Facing Tough Questions From Experts By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    DRUGMAKER ASTRAZENECA IS FACING TOUGH QUESTIONS FROM EXPERTS

    After disclosing promising results from its COVID-19 vaccine trial earlier this week, drugmaker AstraZeneca is now facing tough questions...

    Vaccination, Face
  • Scientists Reveal the Way Stem Cells Protect Chromosome Ends By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    SCIENTISTS REVEAL THE WAY STEM CELLS PROTECT CHROMOSOME ENDS

    New study explained the mechanisms of telomere protection which are surprisingly unique in stem cells.

  • Existing Treatment Helps Save the Lives of COVID-19 Patients By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    EXISTING TREATMENT HELPS SAVE THE LIVES OF COVID-19 PATIENTS

    COVID-19 hospitalized patients could be saved by doctors by using an existing medical treatment at an earlier stage.

    Hospital
  • Link Between Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Autoimmune Diseases Found By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    LINK BETWEEN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA AND AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES FOUND

    The link between obstructive sleep apnea and autoimmune diseases has been discovered by scientists.

    Sleep
  • Anti-diabetic Drug Slows Parkinson's Disease Progression By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    ANTI-DIABETIC DRUG SLOWS PARKINSON'S DISEASE PROGRESSION

    Parkinson's disease progression can be slowed by treatment with an anti diabetic drug - Glibenclamide which has neuroprotective action.

    Parkinson, Diabetes, Drugs
  • Obesity can Affect Stem Cell Transplants for Cancer, Blood Disorder Treatments By Medindia Health   -   Nov 27, 2020

    OBESITY CAN AFFECT STEM CELL TRANSPLANTS FOR CANCER, BLOOD DISORDER TREATMENTS

    Obesity can block a stem cell transplant's benefits when used to treat blood cancers and other related disorders, find a new study.

    Obesity, Cancer