Vaccines Were Delivered By Drone In Key Vanuatu Trial

Vaccines Were Delivered By Drone In Key Vanuatu Trial

 A 1-month-old kid on a far-off island in Vanuatu’s Pacific archipelago became the foremost to be immunized in a drone-delivered vaccines’ trial, as said by the UN children’s fund UNICEF. Aid organizations expect the successful trial in the nation, where 1 in 5 kids are not immunized completely, could ultimately assist organizations and governments to […]

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Synthetic Meat May Soon Enter The Meat market

Synthetic Meat May Soon Enter The Meat market

The artificially synthesized meat is currently a hot topic. These cell-based in vitro cultures are currently being referred to as the same kind of food but have not yet reached the market. The companies producing these kinds of meat are already making millions of dollars which are quite concerning for the US regulators. The slaughtering […]

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The FDA Clears An App To Help People With Opioid Use Disorder

The FDA Clears An App To Help People With Opioid Use Disorder

Recently, the doctors discovered an innovative tool in their battle against the opioid addiction crisis. The U.S. FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has given the green light to a latest mobile medical app known as “reSET-O,” build for helping patients with opioid use chaos to remain in outpatient treatment. Dr. Scott Gottlieb—the FDA Commissioner—said in […]

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A New Study Finds Magnesium Levels As The Key For Vitamin D

A New Study Finds Magnesium Levels As The Key For Vitamin D

A recent study has proved it that the optimum levels of magnesium present in the body is mandatory as it has a crucial impact on the metabolizing process of Vitamin D. A team of researchers from the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine has investigated that Vitamin D normally tends to remain unmetabolized if there […]

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One Kind Of Brain Cell Might Cause Alzheimer's

One Kind Of Brain Cell Might Cause Alzheimer’s

Enhanced tactics for preventing, detecting, and curing Alzheimer’s disease rely on a clearer knowledge of cellular-level modifications in the patients’ minds. A new research has revealed novel details about the weakness of one kind of brain cell. Scientists discovered that excitatory neurons are more defenseless to accumulations of irregular tau protein, which is more and […]

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