H3N2 Virus Outbreak: Common symptoms of the H3N2 influenza virus include cough, fever, chills, nausea, vomiting, sore throat, diarrhea, runny nose, and continuous sneezing. In severe cases, the patient may experience chest discomfort, difficulty in swallowing, and continuous fever. The Ministry of Health has shared several guidelines that can help prevent the virus from spreading further. These prevention steps include: If you experience any flu-like … Continue reading H3N2 Virus Outbreak: Symptoms and Preventions
Nitrogen-doped lutetium hydride- Scientists have made an incredible discovery: superconductivity has been detected in a nitrogen-doped lutetium hydride. The material exhibits a maximum critical superconducting transition temperature of 294 K at 10 kbar, which is equivalent to room temperature and near ambient pressures. These findings have been published in prestigious scientific journal Nature. Superconductivity, the property of certain materials to conduct electricity with zero resistance, … Continue reading Nitrogen-doped lutetium hydride shows evidence of near-ambient superconductivity
NASA’s SpaceX Crew-5 safely returned to earth off the coast of Tampa, Florida after completing their fifth commercial crew rotation mission to the International Space Station. This crew of four astronauts – NASA astronauts Nicole Mann and Josh Cassada; JAXA astronaut Koichi Wakata; and Roscosmos cosmonaut Anna Kikina – had spent 157 days in orbit. SpaceX recovery vessels successfully recovered the spacecraft and spacefarers, who … Continue reading NASA’s SpaceX Crew-5 safely returns to Earth after 157-days
ACNE vulgaris: Skin disorders are a global public health concern that impacts people’s daily lives. Traditional healers play an integral role in researching and discovering medicinal plants that can be used to treat skin diseases. A study was conducted recently in Songkhla province, Thailand to document the traditional knowledge and use of medicinal plants by experienced traditional healers for treating skin ailments. This research involved … Continue reading ACNE vulgaris: Discover the Power of Nature with These Herbal Remedies
Nanocelluloses revolutionize the skincare- Recent advances in the use of nanocelluloses for skincare and cosmetic products have taken the market by storm. With an increasing number of patents published over the last decade, nanocellulose products are showing great promise within this industry. Recently, Carbohydrate Polymers published a review highlighting the unique properties of nanocelluloses that make them suitable for skincare and cosmetic products. These include … Continue reading Nanocelluloses revolutionize the skincare and cosmetic industries
H3N2 Influenza Virus- Research has made an incredible breakthrough in antiviral research! Scientists have discovered that using selenium nanoparticles (SeNPs) with chitosan (Se@CS) can effectively inhibit H3N2 influenza virus infection. This finding is of critical significance, as H3N2 influenza virus is one of the most lethal strains of influenza and has caused numerous deaths worldwide. Researchers led by Dr. Zhu from Zhejiang University have discovered … Continue reading H3N2 Influenza Virus- Selenium Nanoparticles Combined with Chitosan Effectively Inhibits Virus
Vaping has become an increasingly popular method of nicotine consumption – particularly among young adults and teens. But what are the potential risks associated with vaping on respiratory health? According to a 2022 review of the literature investigating the effect of vaping on respiratory health published in the British Medical Journal, vaping poses risks. The report highlights growing concern regarding its long-term consequences and lack … Continue reading Vaping: New Trend in Nicotine Consumption with Potential Risks on Respiratory Health
Alien Invasion: A recent study suggests alien species could pose a major threat to subterranean ecosystems and human economies. Despite global efforts to address the issue, data shows an exponential growth of alien species worldwide. The report, “Aliens in Caves: The Global Dimension of Biological Invasions in Subterranean Ecosystems,” examines how aliens affect these fragile and vulnerable ecosystems. Giulio Nicolosi from the University of Turin … Continue reading Alien Invasion: Subterranean Ecosystems at Risk from Increasing Number of Invasive Species, Study Finds
Loneliness is a universal experience that affects millions of people around the world. A recent study published in Nature Reviews Psychology provides insight into what might account for differences in prevalence of loneliness across historical time and space. Findings indicate that people feel lonely when their social needs are not fulfilled through adequate quantities or quality of social relationships. This study suggests that macro-level influences … Continue reading Loneliness on the Rise- New Study Reveals Macro-Level Factors
Intense Hurricanes to Trigger Superlinear Growth Losses in US Economy due to Climate Change- According to a groundbreaking new study, global warming is likely to exacerbate hurricanes in the North Atlantic region of the US economy, potentially having devastating results for economic growth. Researchers found that intense hurricane activity will increase dramatically over the coming years as global warming accelerates. In an effort to assess … Continue reading Intense Hurricanes in North Atlantic May Trigger Superlinear Growth Losses in the US Economy
Testosterone Replacement Therapy: Recent studies suggest testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) could be the solution to prevent type 2 diabetes in men with pre-diabetes conditions. This groundbreaking research was conducted at the University of Florence by a team of experts, who analyzed data from over 4,000 patients seeking medical care for sexual dysfunction. Study results reveal that men with impaired fasting glucose have lower levels of … Continue reading Testosterone Replacement Therapy Could Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes
New Hydrogel Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis Discovered! Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects millions of people around the world and is known for causing chronic pain, inflammation and joint damage. Unfortunately, current treatments for Rheumatoid Arthritis remain ineffective, leaving patients with few options. But now there is hope! Research led by Nan Wang, Jie Ma, Wenxia Song & Chengwu Zhao has unlocked an exciting new pathway for … Continue reading New Hydrogel Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis Discovered
Neck pain is a debilitating condition that impacts millions of people around the world, often leading to lost productivity, medical expenses and decreased quality of life. While there is still no consensus on which patient education strategies work best in treating neck pain, researchers have been working tirelessly to discover which approach produces results. Recent research published in a reputable medical journal provides insight on … Continue reading Can Therapeutic Patient Education be the Key to Relieving Neck Pain?
Iodine Deficiency- In many countries struggling with an iodine deficiency, iodization of consumed salts is mandatory. But a new study has revealed that storage conditions can drastically affect iodine content in salt – leading to shocking outcomes. This study utilized Isotope Dilution Analysis to measure the stability of iodine in salt, taking into account various parameters like heating, heating with oxidizing agents and incubation by … Continue reading New Study Reveals Shocking Loss of Iodine in Salt- Iodine Deficiency
Uner Tan Syndrome- In a groundbreaking study published in the International Journal of Neuroscience, researchers have discovered evidence of reverse evolution in humans. Focusing on two separate families affected by “Under Tan Syndrome,” which is rare genetic condition, researchers discovered that affected individuals display primitive mental abilities such as language and curved fingers while wrist-walking with arm-to-leg ratios similar to those found among apes. The … Continue reading ‘Uner Tan Syndrome’ Reveals Evidence of Reverse Evolution in Humans!