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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 […]

 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 […]

Walnut, A Savior

Who would have thought, out of many dried fruits, walnut would be that fruit of choice, that reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases? A new study has discovered that people who consume walnuts daily have better heart health and reduced risk of cardiovascular disease than those who do not. An ounce of walnut a day is enough to provide […]

 The Pill that’ll soon replace the Gym

We all know exercise helps to build muscle and improves bone formation. Scientists have come up with a drug that mimics this exact effect of physical exercise in a form of a pill. It is called Locamidazole (LAMZ). This drug caters to people who have suffered bone loss (osteoporosis) and muscle weakening (sarcopenia) due to chronic diseases, aging, etc.  […]

Digital Masks for Patient Privacy

We all spent almost 2 years with masks. We were told masks will protect the virus spread. Well, It’s an elevated form of facial mask that allows biometric and other case-sensitive credentials of patients to be stored in a database. Scientists are calling it a ‘digital mask’. Concepts and techniques like 3D reconstruction and deep, learning […]

Tech for Tumors

Wearable health monitoring devices are all the buzz nowadays. Researchers from Stanford Univeristy developed a wearable device, that is capable of measuring size change in cancerous tumors. Traditionally, tumors are diagnosed and measured using diagnostic imaging like x-rays, CT and MRI. This brings about certain limitations as it involves major human intervention and high costs during the diagnosis. This […]

Infectious Disease & Neurodegeneration

A nationwide case control study done in Sweden links how hospital related infections (nosocomial infections) in early life can be related to a higher risk of neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s disease (AD), Parkinson’s Disease (PD) & Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Neurodegeneration data analysis Out of almost 12 million individuals, 300k people developed AD, 100k had Parkinson’s […]

Cold Atmospheric Plasma and Atopic Dermatitis

The three states of matter as we know are solid, liquid and gas. But there exists a fourth state of matter called plasma, which is achieved when a gas is heated to the point where the atoms get ionized.  In the context of plasma, a recent study discovered how Atopic dermatitis Or Eczema can be cured by this revolutionary treatment of […]

Beyond The Noise

The constant search for tranquil places to get our work done might need to end, as a new study shows how ‘random noise’ can be beneficial for our brain to learn and perceive faster.  Based on a pre-existing research, this study expands on how transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS) can improve our perception, learning potential, neuroplasticity, attention span, […]

Chiropractors? Is it Time to Turn Back?

Chiropractors are among those groups of doctors that have the hardest time with insurance companies. For reasons unknown to the rest of the world, the average insurance plans pay very little, if any, coverage for this branch of health care services. Moreover, the plans that do have any kind of coverage are so strict that […]