HPV Vaccine May Offer Protection Against Cervical Cancer, Study Finds

HPV Vaccine May Offer Protection Against Cervical Cancer, Study Finds

Cervical cancer is among the most avoidable kinds of cancer. The disease usually takes palace because of the human papillomavirus virus (HPV), a form of STI (sexually transmitted infection). Notably, the virus is liable for almost all instances of cervical cancer. Reportedly, as of 2018, a likely 570,000 females globally were spotted having cervical cancer. Even more, the disease has killed more than 311,000 women across the globe. But now the latest study suggests it is possible to avoid cervical cancer through a single HPV vaccine. The researchers from Harvard…

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Two Children have Died In Colorado Because Of Flu

Two Children have Died In Colorado Because Of Flu

Currently, the world and specifically China is witnessing coronavirus, which so far has killed thousands of people. However, the problem in the USA is quite different because here, people are dying more of flu-related diseases than coronavirus. Recent reports from Colorado are not useful because the health officials said they had recorded two pediatric deaths because of flu-related conditions. In the US, flu season usually reaches its peak during that time, and it seems like something like that is already happening. Now even though people are taking extra care of…

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First polio case was reported in Malaysia in the last 27 years

First polio case was reported in Malaysia in the last 27 years

According to the Health authorities, it was found that a first polio case in the 27 years has been published in Malaysia, where a three-month-old baby is undergoing the treatment on Borneo Island. The Director-General of Malaysian Health Ministry Noor Hisham Abdullah stated that the baby named Tuaran, who hails from Eastern Sabah state, is admitted to the hospital and put in intensive care after she is prone to severe fever and weakness of muscles. The treatment is given to the patient in the isolation ward. The condition of the…

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28 Percent Of American Millennials Remain Misinformed About HIV and Its Transmission

28 percent of american millennials remain misinformed about hiv and its transmission

A recent study has found out that around 28 percent of young Americans are not willing to hug, talk or being friends with HIV positive people. The research has said that the stigma attached to HIV persists after four decades of HIV emergence in the United States. The data shows that these young adults were not even born during such an HIV epidemic. Almost 30 percent of American adults said that they avoid socializing with people who are HIV positive. The report has found out that 23 percent of HIV…

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Symptoms of ‘Vitamin C’ deficiency

symptoms of ‘vitamin c’ deficiency

Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, which is also known as L-ascorbic acid, it is naturally present in some foods, added to some other foods, & also available as a dietary supplement. Humans are not able to synthesize vitamin C naturally, so it is a vital nutritional component. Vitamin C is required for the biosynthesis of L-carnitine, collagen, & some neurotransmitters. Vitamin C also takes part in the metabolism of protein. Collagen is an important constituent of the connective tissue, which has a vital role in the healing of the…

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Drinks That Help You Sleep

Drinks That Help You Sleep

Night sleep is overlooked as an essential part of human health. Researchers suggest that people aged 16-60 get at least 7 to 9 hours of sleep every night. Too less, as well as too much sleep, is related to an increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, depression,  and even death. But proper sleeping for recommended hours doesn’t always come easy. Cherry juice helps to improve your sleep. Cherry fruits have different flavors, depending on their variety. Cherries are tart, sour, sweet, and grow in various shades, including red, purple, and…

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High Trans Fat Diet Increases The Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

A new study suggests that people with high levels of Trans fat in their blood are more likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer. There is harmful cognitive outcome related to diet that has high Trans fat content said, neurologist Neelum T Aggarwal.  Diet with high Tran’s fat is a major concern for cardiovascular diseases. The diet and blood tests of around 1600 Japanese people were followed for over 10 years in the research. After analyzing the factors, which can affect the risk of Alzheimer’s, researchers have found out that people…

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Adoption of CRISPR Technique for the 1st time in the US for Treatment of Genetic Disorder

adoption of crispr technique for the 1st time in the us for treatment of genetic disorder

Gene editing also called as Genome editing is a group of technologies which gives the ability to change an organism’s DNA. The techniques permit genetic material to be more, altered, or remove from a particular location in the genome. Several approaches have been developed, but a recent one is known as CRISPR. The CRISPR is cheaper, faster, more efficient, and more accurate than other genome editing methods existing. CRISPR has been used in plant and animal species in the USA. The experimental research by the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia…

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PCRM Doctors Urge FDA to Warn Against Breast Cancer on Cheese

pcrm doctors urge fda to warn against breast cancer on cheese

On account of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, doctors of PCRM (Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine) are demanding the U.S. FDA place a warning tag on Cheese. Breast cancer is one of the most extensively known diseases in the US. As per the US CDC, in 2016, more than 41,000 women have died due to the illness, in America. Thus the Washington-based advocacy organization urges the label should warn against the risk of breast cancer and the risk of death. Besides, the non-profit research organization has filed the request on 3…

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Man Lost Parts of Limbs and Arms due to Infection from Dogs Saliva – Still Loves His Dog

man lost parts of limbs and arms due to infection from dogs saliva - still loves his dog

A man contracted a rare disease from his Dog and almost died due to the infection. Greg Manteufel, 45 contracted infection, and condition named capnocytophaga from his Dog Ellie’s saliva and was on the deathbed. A rare disease that infects only the people with the compromised immune system can take the life of the patient. When Greg contracted with the disease, he lost parts of his limb, arms, and nose skin due to the infection. After surviving, he still loves his Dog Ellie unconditionally despite being the reason for lying…

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