Abruptio placenta is a serious but rare complication of pregnancy where a separation of placenta from the lining of the uterus happens before the baby is born and is an important cause of antepartum hemorrhage. Untreated, it poses serious risk to both the mother and the baby.
Dopamine is a neurotransmitter released by neurons in the brain. It is also called the ''feel good'' hormone, which has been long known to play a major role in driving behavior related to pleasurable goals, such as food, sex and social interaction. For the first time, a new study has found a direct causal link between the neurotransmitter dopamine and avoidance behaviour, which includes behavior in response to pain or fear.
Using artificial pancreas can help better control blood sugar levels, and be found to be safe and effective in treating people with type 1 diabetes when compared to the standard treatment. The findings of this new study were published in The BMJ.
Liver being the second largest organ in the body have been neglected a lot, even though it is a key player in our body''s digestive system it is often neglected by excess intake of tobacco, alcohol, and drugs. Every year, 19 April is observed as the World Liver Day with a hope to spread awareness about the increasing number of cases of liver-related diseases and a range of options through which these diseases can be managed.