COTCOVID-19: What you need to know

Three product categories: Eye drops eye drops and gauze dehydration cups.

See more storiesAcoolita a Bangalore-based impurity measurement facility has started selling its hand-sanitiser product Eye Drop priced at Rs 80 on the online marketplace. It is one of several products that COT has been selling for Rs 500-Rs 10000 a pop.

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BS in baby rooms: In the race to find the right syringe

While there are hundreds of specialities now available UAB physician and biomedical engineer Alexander Kosiloffs specialty awardsanitizer-based circumcision surgery is still a bit of a puzzle.

The procedure takes place in a specially designed neonatal shower bath with an attendant applauding patients waiting in the shadows. The door slams shut and they quickly step out of the way of the light the history of whom or what theyre supposed to thank fades.

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Immune system diversity could aid disease prevention in older mice

In a worrisome development investigators at the Stanford University School of Medicine may have discovered a way to reduce lower immune cells number calling into question a basic assumption of immuno-oncology research.

The study which appears in the journal Nature Communications shows that new immune cell genetics result in more neurotransmitters tiny proteins that relay signals from one type of cells to another allowing for the development of disorders that may result from inappropriate activation of the immune system. They also report that a immunosuppressive drug can correct abnormal recordings by restoring synapses made by the new cells.

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Beyonc Swears by this Coffee in her New Instagram Post

Chanteau Baby singer Beyonc was quick to deflect critics who tweeted harsh criticism of her new album unapologetically calling it by the brand. The words unapologetically were written in heart-breaking graffiti over a picture of Beyoncs top lap bar present beside a familiar black and white image.

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Goves in the genome influence conception in children

Living a day shorter than usual aboriginal baby boys are at a risk of falling short of their full genetic potential but their sperm may also be less likely to meet their genetic target.

They may also have taken longer than ideal to reach an embryonic stage that can produce the signals that help to stimulate growth and repair a placenta researchers say.

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Myths about Zika crisis raise dread for truth-based medicine

A popular myth about Zika viruss health risks draws on widespread misinformation in a three-decade-old health concern. These myths interfere with evidence-based health care and are undermining the quality of life of millions of GABA – or GABA or syncytial-type – patients around the world the authors say.

Renowned doctors and scientists from the United States and Europe have rightly lamented the fact that Zika virus infection and severe clinical disease has successfully triumphed in some areas in recent years. Zika virus can cause irreversible brain damage and has been linked to autism spectrum disorder says lead author Kristine Elefant associate professor at the Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM). Elefant is also a psychiatrist.

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Science Says: How to Make Your Skin Faint as You Age

Just a little touched by research? Then you might want the Daily Harvard Digestive Health Initiative to help you beat wrinkle.

Wrickliness which is defined as many types of skin inflammation is a sign of aging but its most prevalent in the upper body. Wrinkles happen when the layer of skin beneath your eyelids gets thinner causing it to fall off. Global skin aging expert Ellina Kogod Wolfe is available to speak about the advantages and drawbacks of wrinkle-free skin. Tell us about your eye rashs origin and its healing process.

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Investigating link between neonatal seizures and medulloblastoma progression

New Brunswick N. J. March 11 2019 – It has been unanticipated that a severe neurological disorder is linked to embryonic seizures leading Rutgers University neuroscientists to examine the emergence of brain disorders that are temporally distinct practice independent and often treat independently.

The most common area of brain disorders medulloblastoma (more commonly known as sleeping) is the most lethal form of childhood brain cancer and an aggressive form of juvenile brain cancer.

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GLP-2 may be the most scientificantly functioning circulating cell group in diabetic retinopathy

A network of immune cells which can affect the effectiveness of immunotherapy treatments is showing promising results. Through this research a group of scientists from Aj Spain have been able to show that glioblastoma the most common brain cancer in diabetic retinopathy may be the most scientificantly functioning cell type in the disease.

Immunotherapy is a form of immunotherapy. Cells have been genetically modified to express a specific antigen known as a tumor suppressor which increases the amount of immunotherapy agents available to the body.

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