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Study uncovers connection between intestinal microorganisms, diet and ailments

A study published in Nature Medicine shows that diets rich in plant-based foods empowers the presence of gut microorganisms that are connected to a lower danger of regular ailments including coronary illness.
Researchers identified microbes that positively or negatively correlate 'good' and 'bad' with an individual's risk of certain serious conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and obesity.(Unsplash)
Researchers identified microbes that positively or negatively correlate 'good' and 'bad' with an individual's risk of certain serious conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and obesity.(Unsplash)
Published on Jan 17, 2021 11:40 AM IST
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Researchers find a lot of brain real estate taken up when disagreeing

The findings of a recent study by Yale researchers suggest that when two people disagree many regions of the brain involved in higher cognitive functions become mobilised as each individual combats the other's argument.
"Our entire brain is a social processing network," said senior author Joy Hirsch, "However, it just takes a lot more brain real estate to disagree than to agree."(Unsplash)
Published on Jan 17, 2021 10:17 AM IST
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Study elucidates how production of defensive toxins takes place in plants

Scientists from Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology describe how the plants produce defensive toxins without harming themselves and the exact mode of action of diterpene glycosides in wild tobacco.
Scientists from Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology describe how the plants produce defensive toxins without harming themselves and the exact mode of action of diterpene glycosides in wild tobacco.(ANI)
Scientists from Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology describe how the plants produce defensive toxins without harming themselves and the exact mode of action of diterpene glycosides in wild tobacco.(ANI)
Published on Jan 15, 2021 07:12 PM IST
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DNA test can identify pneumonia in Covid-19 patients, aiding treatment: Study

A team of scientists and doctors from the University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have developed a DNA test which they claim will quickly identify secondary infections in Covid-19 patients, who have double the risk of developing pneumonia while on ventilation.
A team of scientists and doctors from the University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have developed a DNA test which they claim will quickly identify secondary infections in Covid-19 patients, who have double the risk of developing pneumonia while on ventilation.(ANI)
A team of scientists and doctors from the University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have developed a DNA test which they claim will quickly identify secondary infections in Covid-19 patients, who have double the risk of developing pneumonia while on ventilation.(ANI)
Updated on Jan 15, 2021 06:32 PM IST
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Study identifies promising model for human aging

According to the findings of the new study researchers have identified a promising new model in order to study the human aging process.
According to the findings of the new study researchers have identified a promising new model in order to study the human aging process.(ANI)
According to the findings of the new study researchers have identified a promising new model in order to study the human aging process.(ANI)
Published on Jan 15, 2021 10:52 AM IST
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Ovarian cancer cells adapt to their surroundings to aid tumor growth: Study

A detailed description of how ovarian cancer cells adapt to survive and proliferate in the peritoneal cavity has been published in Frontiers in Oncology.
A detailed description of how ovarian cancer cells adapt to survive and proliferate in the peritoneal cavity has been published in Frontiers in Oncology.(ANI)
A detailed description of how ovarian cancer cells adapt to survive and proliferate in the peritoneal cavity has been published in Frontiers in Oncology.(ANI)
Published on Jan 13, 2021 04:23 PM IST
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Study: Menopause may be blamed for increased forgetfulness, lack of attention

A new study suggests that a woman's menopause stage can affect cognitive performance, and declines in memory may persist in the post-menopause period.
A new study suggests that a woman's menopause stage can affect cognitive performance, and declines in memory may persist in the post-menopause period.(ANI)
A new study suggests that a woman's menopause stage can affect cognitive performance, and declines in memory may persist in the post-menopause period.(ANI)
Published on Jan 13, 2021 02:08 PM IST
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Study: Marijuana use drops at beginning of year, then climbs in summer, fall

Marijuana use increases throughout the calendar year, with use up 13 per cent on average at the end of each year (2015-2019) compared to the beginning, according to a new study.
Marijuana use increases throughout the calendar year, with use up 13 per cent on average at the end of each year (2015-2019) compared to the beginning, according to a new study.(ANI)
Marijuana use increases throughout the calendar year, with use up 13 per cent on average at the end of each year (2015-2019) compared to the beginning, according to a new study.(ANI)
Published on Jan 11, 2021 01:03 PM IST
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Youth using e-cigarettes three times likely to become cigarette smokers: Study

Starting tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, before the age of 18 is a major risk factor for people becoming daily cigarette smokers, suggests a new study.
Starting tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, before the age of 18 is a major risk factor for people becoming daily cigarette smokers, suggests a new study.(Yahoo)
Starting tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, before the age of 18 is a major risk factor for people becoming daily cigarette smokers, suggests a new study.(Yahoo)
Published on Jan 11, 2021 12:16 PM IST
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'Punctuated equilibrium' reason behind crocodiles evolution: Study

New research by the University of Bristol explained how a 'stop-start' pattern of evolution, governed by environmental change, could explain why crocodiles have changed so little since the age of the dinosaurs.
New research by the University of Bristol explained how a 'stop-start' pattern of evolution, governed by environmental change, could explain why crocodiles have changed so little since the age of the dinosaurs.(ANI)
New research by the University of Bristol explained how a 'stop-start' pattern of evolution, governed by environmental change, could explain why crocodiles have changed so little since the age of the dinosaurs.(ANI)
Published on Jan 11, 2021 10:33 AM IST
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Study: Disassociation of severity of Covid-19 with respiratory complications

A study published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society examines whether the later respiratory problems, fatigue and ill health are associated with the Covid-19 virus's initial severity.
A study published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society examines whether the later respiratory problems, fatigue and ill health are associated with the Covid-19 virus's initial severity.(ANI)
A study published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society examines whether the later respiratory problems, fatigue and ill health are associated with the Covid-19 virus's initial severity.(ANI)
Published on Jan 10, 2021 09:36 PM IST
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Study of circadian clock shows 'Junk DNA' plays key role in regulating rhythms

New research has discovered a new cog in the circadian clock--a genome-wide regulatory layer made up of small chains of non-coding nucleotides known as micro RNAs (miRNAs).
New research has discovered a new cog in the circadian clock--a genome-wide regulatory layer made up of small chains of non-coding nucleotides known as micro RNAs (miRNAs).(ANI)
New research has discovered a new cog in the circadian clock--a genome-wide regulatory layer made up of small chains of non-coding nucleotides known as micro RNAs (miRNAs).(ANI)
Published on Jan 10, 2021 10:04 AM IST
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Study: Over half of people use cannabis for pain experience multiple withdrawals

More than half of people who use medical marijuana products to ease pain also experience clusters of multiple withdrawal symptoms when they're between uses, a new study finds.
More than half of people who use medical marijuana products to ease pain also experience clusters of multiple withdrawal symptoms when they're between uses, a new study finds.(ANI)
More than half of people who use medical marijuana products to ease pain also experience clusters of multiple withdrawal symptoms when they're between uses, a new study finds.(ANI)
Published on Jan 09, 2021 05:42 PM IST
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Study finds commonly used blood pressure medications safe for Covid-19 patients

An international team of researchers found that medications used to treat high blood pressure did not affect outcomes among patients hospitalized with Covid-19.
The study, published today in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, is the first randomized controlled trial to show there is no risk for patients continuing these medications while hospitalized for Covid-19.(Unsplash)
The study, published today in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, is the first randomized controlled trial to show there is no risk for patients continuing these medications while hospitalized for Covid-19.(Unsplash)
Updated on Jan 08, 2021 05:41 PM IST
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Preserving workers’ hearing health by improving earplug efficiency: Study

Researchers from ETS University and the IRSST analysed the varying structure of ear canals to find a correlation between their shapes and the effectiveness of three commonly-used models of earplugs.
Noise exposure accounts for 22 per cent of worldwide work-related health problems.(Unsplash)
Noise exposure accounts for 22 per cent of worldwide work-related health problems.(Unsplash)
Updated on Jan 08, 2021 05:23 PM IST
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Washington [US] | ByAsian News International | Posted by Jahnavi Gupta

Study: E-cigarettes trigger inflammation in the gut

Touted by makers as a “healthy” alternative to traditional nicotine cigarettes, new research indicates the chemicals found in e-cigarettes disrupt the gut barrier and trigger inflammation in the body.
The researchers found that two chemicals used as a base for all e-cigarette liquid vapour -- propylene glycol and vegetable glycerol -- were the cause of inflammation.(Pixabay)
The researchers found that two chemicals used as a base for all e-cigarette liquid vapour -- propylene glycol and vegetable glycerol -- were the cause of inflammation.(Pixabay)
Updated on Jan 08, 2021 04:23 PM IST
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Washington [US] | ByAsian News International | Posted by Jahnavi Gupta

Gut disease linked to brain injury in premature infants: Study

Physicians have long known that necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), a potentially lethal inflammatory condition that destroys a premature infant’s intestinal lining, is often connected to the development of severe brain injury in those infants who survive.
Physicians have long known that necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), a potentially lethal inflammatory condition that destroys a premature infant’s intestinal lining, is often connected to the development of severe brain injury in those infants who survive.(ANI)
Physicians have long known that necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), a potentially lethal inflammatory condition that destroys a premature infant’s intestinal lining, is often connected to the development of severe brain injury in those infants who survive.(ANI)
Updated on Jan 07, 2021 06:03 PM IST
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Study suggests gut microbe may promote breast cancers

A microbe found in the colon and commonly associated with the development of colitis and colon cancer also may play a role in the development of some breast cancers, according to new research.
A microbe found in the colon and commonly associated with the development of colitis and colon cancer also may play a role in the development of some breast cancers, according to new research(ANI)
A microbe found in the colon and commonly associated with the development of colitis and colon cancer also may play a role in the development of some breast cancers, according to new research(ANI)
Updated on Jan 07, 2021 10:49 AM IST
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Study: Sexual dysfunction hits some women harder than others as they age

A new study identified the determinants that affect a woman’s risk of sexual dysfunction and sought to determine the effectiveness of hormone therapy in decreasing that risk and modifying sexual behaviour.
A new study identified the determinants that affect a woman’s risk of sexual dysfunction and sought to determine the effectiveness of hormone therapy in decreasing that risk and modifying sexual behaviour.(ANI)
A new study identified the determinants that affect a woman’s risk of sexual dysfunction and sought to determine the effectiveness of hormone therapy in decreasing that risk and modifying sexual behaviour.(ANI)
Updated on Jan 07, 2021 10:28 AM IST
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Smoking associated with increased risk of Covid-19 symptoms: Study

Smoking is associated with an increased risk of Covid-19 symptoms and smokers are more likely to attend hospital than non-smokers, a study has found.
Smoking is associated with an increased risk of Covid-19 symptoms and smokers are more likely to attend hospital than non-smokers, a study has found.(Unsplash)
Smoking is associated with an increased risk of Covid-19 symptoms and smokers are more likely to attend hospital than non-smokers, a study has found.(Unsplash)
Published on Jan 07, 2021 09:54 AM IST
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Study: Antibiotics not needed after most sinus surgeries

Antibiotics are not necessary for patients after most routine endoscopic sinus surgeries despite the common practice to prescribe them, according to a team led by researchers at Massachusetts Eye and Ear.
Antibiotics are not necessary for patients after most routine endoscopic sinus surgeries despite the common practice to prescribe them, according to a team led by researchers at Massachusetts Eye and Ear.(Unsplash)
Antibiotics are not necessary for patients after most routine endoscopic sinus surgeries despite the common practice to prescribe them, according to a team led by researchers at Massachusetts Eye and Ear.(Unsplash)
Updated on Jan 06, 2021 03:14 PM IST
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Boston | ByAsian News International | Posted by Shivani Kale

Coronavirus can be transiently air-borne but preventive measures can keep one safe: Study

The virus can be transiently air-borne but preventive measures like wearing masks can keep one safe, said a study on the air-borne nature of coronavirus.
The virus can be transiently air-borne but preventive measures like wearing masks can keep one safe, said a study on the air-borne nature of coronavirus.(ANI)
The virus can be transiently air-borne but preventive measures like wearing masks can keep one safe, said a study on the air-borne nature of coronavirus.(ANI)
Updated on Jan 06, 2021 10:06 AM IST
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For kids with behavioural issues, focusing on diversion yields positive results: Study

Researchers found that focusing on diversion, instead of detention, yields positive results for youth with behavioural health issues.
Researchers found that focusing on diversion, instead of detention, yields positive results for youth with behavioural health issues.(ANI)
Researchers found that focusing on diversion, instead of detention, yields positive results for youth with behavioural health issues.(ANI)
Updated on Jan 05, 2021 06:11 PM IST
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Desalination breakthrough could lead to cheaper water filtration: Study

The researchers determined desalination membranes are inconsistent in density and mass distribution, which can hold back their performance. Uniform density at the nanoscale is the key to increasing how much clean water these membranes can create.
During a recent research, scientists might have a breakthrough in their hands by producing clean water at a lower cost. This could lead to solving a complex problem that has baffled scientists for decades, until now.(Unsplash)
During a recent research, scientists might have a breakthrough in their hands by producing clean water at a lower cost. This could lead to solving a complex problem that has baffled scientists for decades, until now.(Unsplash)
Updated on Jan 05, 2021 02:50 PM IST
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Washington [US] | ByAsian News International | Posted by Jahnavi Gupta

Study finds protein critical to T cell metabolism, anti-tumour immune response

Researchers have discovered that a protein called NF-kappa B-inducing kinase (NIK) is essential for the shift in metabolic activity that occurs with T cell activation, making it a critical factor in regulating the anti-tumour immune response.
Researchers have discovered that a protein called NF-kappa B-inducing kinase (NIK) is essential for the shift in metabolic activity that occurs with T cell activation, making it a critical factor in regulating the anti-tumour immune response.(ANI)
Researchers have discovered that a protein called NF-kappa B-inducing kinase (NIK) is essential for the shift in metabolic activity that occurs with T cell activation, making it a critical factor in regulating the anti-tumour immune response.(ANI)
Updated on Jan 05, 2021 01:06 PM IST
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Study: Warming already baked in will blow past climate goals

The amount of baked-in global warming, from carbon pollution already in the air, is enough to blow past international agreed upon goals to limit climate change, a new study finds.
The amount of baked-in global warming, from carbon pollution already in the air, is enough to blow past international agreed upon goals to limit climate change, a new study finds.(Yahoo)
The amount of baked-in global warming, from carbon pollution already in the air, is enough to blow past international agreed upon goals to limit climate change, a new study finds.(Yahoo)
Updated on Jan 05, 2021 11:17 AM IST
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London | ByPress Trust of India | Posted by Shivani Kale

Study: Individuals recovering from Covid-19 helpful for Sustained cellular immune dysregulation

A recent study has determined that Covid-19 patients might be helpful for clinicians to better understand how the unknown SARS-CoV-2 virus acts.
According to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, many infected patients remain asymptomatic or have mild symptoms.(Unsplash)
According to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, many infected patients remain asymptomatic or have mild symptoms.(Unsplash)
Updated on Jan 04, 2021 01:49 PM IST
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Gut cells get alert when parasites attack, says study

Researchers from the School of Veterinary Medicine found that the cells lining the intestine are capable of countering the parasite Cryptosporidium with the help of self-formed chain reaction.
To effectively combat an infection, the body first has to sense it’s been invaded, then the affected tissue must send out signals to corral resources to fight the intruder.(Pixabay)
To effectively combat an infection, the body first has to sense it’s been invaded, then the affected tissue must send out signals to corral resources to fight the intruder.(Pixabay)
Updated on Jan 02, 2021 05:33 PM IST
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Washington [US] | ByAsian News International | Posted by Jahnavi Gupta

Study unveils mystery behind clinging of developing cells together

A team led by researchers of Tohoku University has laid out the experimental evidence of the role of protein in keeping the developing cells in correct compartments together.
According to the findings published in the journal Nature Communications the tightly cells that clump together, known as cell adhesion, appears to be enabled by a protein better known for its role in the immune system.(Unsplash)
According to the findings published in the journal Nature Communications the tightly cells that clump together, known as cell adhesion, appears to be enabled by a protein better known for its role in the immune system.(Unsplash)
Updated on Jan 02, 2021 05:26 PM IST
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Washington [US] | ByAsian News International | Posted by Jahnavi Gupta

One psychedelic experience may lessen trauma of racial injustice: Study

A single positive experience on a psychedelic drug may help reduce stress, depression and anxiety symptoms in Black, Indigenous and people of colour whose encounters with racism have had lasting harm, according to findings of a new study.
The participants in the retrospective study reported that their trauma-related symptoms linked to racist acts were lowered in the 30 days after an experience with either psilocybin (Magic Mushrooms), LSD or MDMA (Ecstasy).(Unsplash)
The participants in the retrospective study reported that their trauma-related symptoms linked to racist acts were lowered in the 30 days after an experience with either psilocybin (Magic Mushrooms), LSD or MDMA (Ecstasy).(Unsplash)
Updated on Jan 02, 2021 04:13 PM IST
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