Scientists Grow Miniature Human Kidney From Skin Cells

October 22, 2017 1:50 pm0 comments
Scientists Grow Miniature Human Kidney From Skin Cells

A team of researchers in Melbourne have bioengineered kidney-like organs in laboratory from human skin cell. Details of the new research have been published in the latest edition of Nature journal. It writes the successfully developed kidney-like structure is about 5 millimetres across in size. The human kidney is of […]

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Suicide, Self-Harm Risk Increases After Weight-Loss Surgery: Study

October 19, 2017 11:43 pm0 comments
Suicide, Self-Harm Risk Increases After Weight-Loss Surgery: Study

Canadian researchers have found obese people who have undergone weight-loss operation have higher risk of self-harm injuries and suicides. Details of it are published in the JAMA Surgery journal titled Self-harm Emergencies After Bariatric Surgery. It writes those who have undergone the bariatric surgery to reduce weight are 50 percent […]

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Listeria Flourishes On Caramel Apples If Stored In Room Temperature: Study

October 18, 2017 12:24 pm1 comment
Listeria Flourishes On Caramel Apples If Stored In Room Temperature: Study

Researchers say caramel-coated apples may be delicious, but it can be danger to eat too. It becomes contaminated with Listeria if put on a stick and stored at room temperature. It is suggested to eat them fresh or to store in fridge if wanted to safe eating. The study adds […]

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Human Ancestors Slept Less Than 8 Hours Yet Lived Healthy: Study

October 16, 2017 11:40 pm0 comments
Human Ancestors Slept Less Than 8 Hours Yet Lived Healthy: Study

We usually bargain to sleep for eight hours a night. Sometimes we even bargain to take a nap during the day time. However, a new study finds our ancestors didn’t sleep for so long and even didn’t take nap most of the days, and yet they lived a healthy life. […]

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Exposure To Second-Hand Smoke During Childhood Leads To Heart Disease

October 15, 2017 4:03 pm1 comment
Exposure To Second-Hand Smoke During Childhood Leads To Heart Disease

In a new study it is found those who are exposed to second-hand smoke in womb or as children are at higher risk of atrial fibrillation (irregular heart rhythm). Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, say smoking during pregnancy increases the risk of heart disease in kids. It […]

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Antibiotics Increases Potency Of Superbug MRSA

October 14, 2017 2:22 pm3 comments
Antibiotics Increases Potency Of Superbug MRSA

In a new study researchers have found antibiotics may make the Superbug MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) stronger. In lab test the mice were seen getting sticker with anti-MRSA injections. Antibiotics are commonly used to treat MSRA, but lately those are found to cause staph infections (bacterium Staphylococcus aureus), which is […]

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