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Why taller men have lower risk of dementia?

A new longitudinal study that analyzed data from hundreds of thousands of men found a link between height and the likelihood of developing dementia. Dementia — an umbrella term that encompasses various conditions involving cognitive impairment, the most common of which is Alzheimer’s — affects around 50 million people worldwide, according to data from the […]

How to avoid neuro damage from neurological diseases?

Neuroprotection refers to mechanisms and strategies that aim to protect the nervous system from injury and damage, especially in people who sustain an injury or develop a health condition that has neurological effects. Researchers are looking for ways to protect the body after acute events, such as a stroke or nervous system injury, and to […]

New cases of novel Coronavirus reported in US

Recently, reports of a coronavirus outbreak in the city of Wuhan in China’s Hubei Province have flooded the world’s news. The 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) causes respiratory illness of varying severity. Initially, the authorities believed that viral transmission was occurring solely from animal-to-human at a particular animal market in the region. However, in many later […]

Histamine: A protection against heart and kidney damage…

Histamine is a blessing complex of organic nitrogenous involved in local impervious responses, as well as regulating physiological function in the gut alongwith acting as brain’s neurotransmitter, uterus and spinal cord. It is also involved in inflammatory response having important function as a mediator of itching. Cognitive heart failure, or heart failure affects more than […]

All viruses are not villains actually!

The role of bacteria and our microbiome in health and disease is at the forefront of medical research. We are a long way from answering the many questions posed by recent findings, but it is now firmly established that without our personal fleet of “friendly” microorganisms — our microbiome — we would not thrive. Medical […]

Imagine if you lose your sense of smell?

As per data from National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, around 1 in 4 people more than 40 years of age in United States, experience a change in their sense of smell. This change could be fractional or total smell loss, smell distortion, or even phantom smells, and these issues can result from […]

“The Vitamin B-6” Mind boggling connection between Vit.B-6 and Leukemia’s

What is connection between Vitamin B-6 and Leukemia… Leukemia — a form of blood cancer that typically affects children and older adults — is the 10th most common cancer in the United States, representing 3.5% of all new cancer cases in the country. According to the National Cancer Institute, the disease is also the fifth […]

CDC Issues Warning, Multiple Cases in U.S: China Coronavirus Outbreak

Cronovirus

Chinese scientists have identified a previously unknown type of Coronavirus as the cause of a recent pneumonia outbreak in the city of Wuhan, according to state media.The current situation follows the severe acute respiratory syndrome-coronavirus (SARS-CoV) outbreak in 2002 and first detection of Middle East respiratory Syndrome-Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in 2012. CDC likely to confirm third […]

Music is same everywhere? “The Natural History of Song”

A team of multidisciplinary researchers has attempted to determine the truth of the highly speculated theory that music is a universal factor among cultures. The team analyzed ethnographic observations carried out in 315 societies throughout the world and explored vast troves of research data and recorded music to break new ground in resolving an old […]

What is the connection between Anxiety and loss of appetite???

Anxiety is a mental health condition that affects 40 million adults in the United States each year. Changes in appetite are one of many possible symptoms. Keep reading to learn more about the connection between anxiety and a loss of appetite, some potential remedies and treatments for the problem, and some other common causes of […]