Robots (artificial intelligence) may soon learn to accurately detect breast cancer lesions on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans promoting early diagnosis and treatment and to improve patient outcome.Read More
Water is essential to balance body fluids, boost brain function, improve digestion, prevent kidney stones, regulate body temperature, and control cholesterol. The required water intake for adult men and women is 3.7 and 2.7 liters per day.
Brain activity can be measured while people make natural movements, including nodding, stretching, drinking tea and even playing ping pong with the new magnetoencephalography (MEG) system which can be worn like a helmet.
A novel signaling pathway for brain metastases in triple negative breast cancer has been identified. This may help find a promising strategy for metastatic breast cancer prevention and treatment by targeting organ-adaptive cancer stem cells.
The connection between drug, alcohol use and infant abdominal malformation (gastroschisis) has been found. Poor maternal nutrition, environmental exposure, and drugs that can either raise or lower blood pressure are to be blamed for this condition.
Aging is referred to the accumulation of changes that render a person more vulnerable to death. Chronic diseases and increased mortality are often cited as the hallmark of old age. Cutting calorie intake by 15 percent for two years was found to slow down aging and metabolism and can also protect against age-related diseases. This is one of the first studies to explore the effects of calorie restriction on humans.
Type 1 diabetes is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produce very little or no insulin. It is also known as insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM). The most common symptoms of Type 1 diabetes are frequent urination, blurred vision, weight loss and weakness. Insulin pump system effectively improves the glycemic consequences in young children with type 1 diabetes, finds a study.
Diabetes is long term condition that increases blood sugar level. The most common symptoms of diabetes are frequent urination, unusual weight loss, intense thirst, and fatigue. Intake of low-calorie sweeteners by obese people promotes metabolic syndrome and leads to the predisposition of prediabetes and diabetes, finds new study conducted on fat driven stem cells.