Changing gut bacteria through diet affects brain function

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Researchers now have the first evidence that bacteria ingested in food can affect brain function in humans. In an early proof-of-concept study of healthy women, they found that women who regularly consumed beneficial bacteria known as probiotics through yogurt showed altered brain function, both while in a resting state and in response to an emotion-recognition task.

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Sports Trauma

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Sports trauma can be defined as the injuries caused while playing sports events like cricket, foot ball, hockey, rugby etc. It can result to from an acute trauma. These injuries are caused due to not warming up the bodies properly or by improper stretching before playing. Accidental falls can lead to fractures, dislocation of joints. Over usage of body parts leads to muscle tears which causes a severe pain. The different kinds of sports injuries are Achilles Tendonitis, Ankle Sprains, Plantar Fasciitis, Metatarsalgia, Stress Fractures, Turf Toe.  Sports injuries can also caused due to overuse of a particular body parts like shoulders, ankles. Rehabilitation is a key part of treatment. It involves exercises that step by step get the injured area back to normal. Moving the injured area helps it to heal.

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Cellular systems and biology breakthroughs

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There are various factors that can impact the health of a biological system, such as the cell cycle, differentiation of cells, carcinogenesis and biophysical factors. Changes in these areas can lead to altered transcription and translation of proteins, hence leading to differences in the proteome. It is evident that further advancement in the field of quantitative proteomics could lead to increased analysis and understanding of cellular systems and biology. This has the potential to be applied in a healthcare setting to improve patient health outcomes.To know more.. http://www.scitechnol.com/abstract.php?abstract_id=4139

Significant goal for current proteomics researchers: Proteome of human plasma

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Another significant goal for current proteomics researchers is to characterize the proteome of human plasma. However, this is thought to the most challenging proteome within the human body as it includes various proteins, such as immunoglobulin, cytokines, hormones and haemostatic proteins. The proteome of human plasma holds insight about the physiological wellbeing of all other tissues within the body and is easily accessible for testing from individuals. Therefore, if the proteome can be established the information would be invaluable for medical purposes and could potentially be used as a diagnostic tool for a wide range of health conditions..To know more… http://www.scitechnol.com/abstract.php?abstract_id=3544

How to treat Type 2 Diabetes Early

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Diabetes is a medical condition in which sugar, or glucose, levels build up in your bloodstream. There’s not enough insulin to move the sugar into your cells, which are where the sugar is used for energy. This causes your body to rely on alternative energy sources in your tissues, muscles, and organs. Findings from three major clinical trials strongly suggest that targeting blood glucose control early in diagnosis is a smart approach. The studies — ACCORD, ADVANCE, and VADT — looked at people who had lived with type 2 diabetes for an average of 10 years. Would intensive glucose control help prevent heart attacks and strokes in this group? Results are still reverberating, but it seems that heart events weren’t greatly reduced by intense blood sugar control in people with long-term type 2 who are already at high risk for these problems. But that’s no excuse to avoid tight control…To know more https://www.scitechnol.com/abstract/diabetes-and-obesity-determinants-based-on-blood-serum-6015.html

Would intensive glucose control help prevent heart attacks

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Findings from three major clinical trials strongly suggest that targeting blood glucose control early in diagnosis is a smart approach. The studies — ACCORD, ADVANCE, and VADT — looked at people who had lived with type 2 diabetes for an average of 10 years. Would intensive glucose control help prevent heart attacks and strokes in this group? Results are still reverberating, but it seems that heart events weren’t greatly reduced by intense blood sugar control in people with long-term type 2 who are already at high risk for these problems. But that’s no excuse to avoid tight control. To know more…. https://www.scitechnol.com/abstract/adrenomedullary-hyperplasia-in-a-patient-with-poorly-controlled-hypertension-andneurofibromatosis-type-1-a-case-report-4485.html

Pulmonology Disorder: Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

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IPF is a type of lung disease that results in scarring (fibrosis) of the lungs that makes hard to take in a deep breath as lungs cannot take enough oxygen for respiration. It mainly involves the interstitium damage whereas not directly affecting the airways or blood vessels. The reason for the cause is still unknown but common risk factors include family history, Cigarette smoking, Acid reflux and Age as all patients with IPF are over the age of 50 years.

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