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Saliva that Trigger Skin’s Immune Response

Ticks are one of the most dangerous disease vectors that are not be judged by their size. This arachnid has caused plenty of damage to mankind with just one bite. Researchers are still confused and fascinated by this eight-legged creature and its saliva that can cause Cephalitis (TBE) or Lyme disease. New research has found out tick saliva can […]

Hey Pneumonia, See Ya Never…

An exciting new finding that might wipe out most of the risk of pneumonia. Researchers have finally been able to eradicate deadly pneumonia infection from the lungs in a mouse model, by exposing it to an army of swimming microbots. This unconventional treatment was 100% effective and directly targeted the infection site straight away. It just awaits for couple […]

Is Fungus responsible for Tumors?

We all know that these microorganisms exist everywhere. From molding breads to eat away our plants. But we didn’t know, until recently, that these fungi also found in many tumors. Researchers discovered fungi lurking in tumors of different kinds of cancers, including breast, colon, lung, and pancreatic cancers. But what raises the biggest question is that if these fungi […]

Mend Your Broken Heart

The love hormone Oxytocin comes with a plethora of benefits that affect our body in numerous different ways. This hormone has a significant role to play during childbirth and also helps to forge bonds and trust between people. Oxytocin also guards the cardiovascular system during injuries. In a recent study it was proven, it does way more than just […]

Obesity, A Neurodevelopment Disorder

Obesity, once fixable with diet and exercise rehabilitation, has now become an epidemic, affecting 2 billion people globally. The United State alone has a long history of obesity (1 in 3 adults are overweight). The question is; is it the accessible junk food, lifestyle, and stress only contributing to obesity or there is more to the story? […]

Hey Siri, tell me about hand hygiene

Hand hygiene is probably the most talked about topic of the last two years with the ongoing pandemic. Regular hand washing and sanitizing have made hands the most attended part of our body. To further help with that, thermal imaging is offered by a portable mini camera that is compatible with any iPhone. This technology uses a forward-looking […]

Topicals For Gum diseases

This right here is probably the most ingenious idea that’ll simply live of adults in their 30s or above, the vulnerable age group who are prone to frequent gum diseases. Researchers have come up with a topical treatment to treat and prevent periodontal diseases. This topical gel was able to reduce inflammation by 50% in mouse models. Traditional […]

Metals that heal Fungal Infections

A huge scope of developing innovative drugs has just been unlocked with this study. Evaluating on, how certain special metals in chemical compounds can potentially heal deadly fungal infections. With 1 billion people contracting a fungal infection and 1.5 million dying each year, a call for a new drug was indeed needed.  Developing new drugs each time becomes a […]

 Another Win for The Early birds

Mankind has probably split into two different factions depending on their enthusiasm in the morning (Chronotypes). One of them is Early birds, they leap out of their bed early in the morning  to conquer the world while the other faction is Night owls, their productivity skyrockets past midnight. But the debate over which one is an […]

Bulking and Cutting, A Pitfall of Society

Diet culture is pretty much the lifestyle among health-conscious youth. This does come with its dangers as extreme diets like Bulking and Cutting can lead to eating disorders and body dysmorphia. Bulking and Cutting diet involves an alternative period of caloric surplus i.e. bulking and caloric restriction i.e. cutting. A recent study found links between bulk and cut diet […]