Monday, January 22, 2018

Scientists created a drug that “ideally” suppresses HIV

Molecular biologists from Yale have created an ultra-effective drug that suppresses the enzyme work that helps HIV integrate itself into the DNA of the cell, and protected it with mice from infection, according to an article published in the journal PNAS. "One dose of nanoparticles...

Scientists identify food that raises IQ

The researchers conducted comprehensive studies that identified the results as a food that raises the IQ of humans. The study was published on the site "Eurekalert", where scientists from the University of Pennsylvania proved that eating fish increases intelligence and improves the quality of sleep...

7 healthy habits that no longer work

Each of us has habits that we consider healthy. Simply because sometime somewhere or sometime from someone we heard that it can provide certain health bonuses, protect against infections and literally make you a superperson. And what is most interesting, no matter how strange, useless...

Stressful jobs double the risk of a heart attack

Adults who struggle to pay their bills are more likely to have heart attacks and that the risk is increasing for those who work in stressful jobs, new research shows. Scientists from South Africa confirmed the new findings through research published in the Lancet magazine...

Early signs of stroke and heart attack

Doctors at a news conference in Moscow discussed the serious signs of heart and brain stroke, and stressed that knowledge of these symptoms could save many lives. The head of the regional vascular center at Moscow's Varsayev Hospital, Andrei Serupigen, spoke of the symptoms of...

Dangerous secret about cholesterol

Many people believe that a person who does not smoke and does not suffer from excess weight is not at risk of heart disease or stroke. But scientists at the National Center for Cardiovascular Research have found this to be a misconception, and people who...

Scientists say alcohol provokes several types of cancer at once

American scientists came to the conclusion that alcohol can provoke several types of cancer at once. As reported on the portal of the American Society of Oncology, it is not essential, whether people use wine, beer or stronger versions of alcohol. In fact, any alcohol-containing...

The risk of dementia is inevitable

Scientists have warned, through the largest ever research on dementia, that there is no sure way to reduce the risk of the disease. As you get older, there may be medicines or food systems that can fix everything, but experts insist that there is no...

Scientists told us what to eat to slow the aging of the brain

Researchers from the Medical Center of the University of Rush (Chicago) found that daily consumption of green salad can strengthen brain health and prevent the onset of senile dementia, according to Medical Xpress. To this conclusion, scientists came, having analyzed the diet and the results...

Suspected cholera cases in Yemen hits one million: Red Cross

The number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen has hit 1 million with more than 80 percent of the population lacking food, fuel, clean water and access to healthcare in the country's civil war, the International Committee of the Red Cross said on Thursday....

Facebook: social network is harmful

Analysts at Facebook have come to the conclusion that viewing news in a social network can harm a person's mental health. This is reported in the company's blog. The article by David Ginsberg and Moira Burke concludes that the passive scrolling of the news tape...

Scientist offered a ‘unusual cure’ to treat cancer

To treat cancer, German scientists gathered to use sperm. The results of the research are published in the scientific journal ACS Nano. In Dresden, the staff of the Leibniz Institute for Solid State Physics and Materials conducted an experiment in which doxorubicin (an antitumor drug)...

Scientists: The quality of food affect the mood

"MedicalXpress" published the results of research scientists from the University of Binghamton, America, emphasizes the impact of food on the psychological state of people of different ages. People from different countries responded to an online questionnaire describing their eating habits , foods and mental state. After...

The best anti-insomnia

Researchers from Australia have conducted a series of scientific studies on substances that help overcome insomnia and intervene in a state of calm in preparation for sleep. Healthista has published a list of useful products and herbs that help people overcome the insomnia of Rick...

Unnatural selection: humanity is stupid because of genetics

Scientists are sounding the alarm: the average index of the intelligence factor among the world's population is gradually and steadily declining. In their view, this frightening trend is associated with the dangerous effects of chemicals in the environment on the human body. To such conclusions...

The causes of memory fading are named

Dr. Christopher Walsh of Harvard University (USA) in the material of the journal Science said that in recent years a new debate has revived among scientists about what the process of aging and death of people and animals is. There is a version that this...

Somalia and UN seek to vaccinate more than 700,000 children against polio

The Somali Ministry of Health and two UN agencies on Sunday launched a three-day polio immunization campaign targeting 726,699 children under five in two regions. A joint statement issued in Mogadishu said the campaign supported by the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF is taking...

Diabetes medication may be used to treat cancer

Canadian scientists have conducted a new study on a specific type of diabetes medication and have identified the possibility of using it to treat cancer patients. The magazine "PLOS ONE" published the results of Canadian specialists on Metformin, used in the treatment of type 2...

Hormonal contraceptives increase the risk of breast cancer by 38% — scientists

Hormonal contraceptives increase the risk of developing breast cancer, scientists have found. The data were published in The New England Journal of Medicine. Researchers from the University of Copenhagen have collected data on almost two million Danish women from 15 to 25 years from 1995...

The link between a cold climate and the established cancer risk

Northerners are more likely to suffer from oncology diseases than those living in hot countries, scientists say. Researchers at the University of Cyprus Medical School found residents in northern countries were more likely to suffer from certain types of cancer, writes EurekAlert!. "The resistance of the...