Health

Unusual childhood hepatitis cases may have a reason, according to new research.

A new idea explains unexplained cases of paediatric hepatitis of unknown aetiology, and it’s complex. Two new, undisclosed studies from the UK suggest that infants with hepatitis may have been co-infected with two viruses and had a genetic tendency to have an over-exuberant immune response when that happened.   The dominant hypothesis was that adenovirus 41, present in many sick youngsters, caused liver injury. Adenovirus 41 causes liver damage in

Disabled and Elderly Assistive Technology Market Size to Reach $34,18 Billion by 2030

Disabled & Elderly Assistive Technologies Market Size Overview: Disabled and Elderly Assistive Technology Market Size is anticipated to be around US$ 34.18 billion by the year 2030, with growth rising at a CAGR of 5 percent from 2022 to 2030. Assistive technologies for the disabled and the elderly consist of a number of different gadgets, and its overarching goal is to improve the quality of life and accessibility to healthcare

Organ Preservation Market Future Scope 2022-2028

Zion Market Research recently released a market research report on Organ Preservation Market for 2018-2020 and Forecast for 2022-2028. Organ preservation market has the potential to become the world’s most notable market as it has played a crucial role in making a progressive mark on the world’s universal economy. The analysis of the Global Organ Preservation Market report encompasses an exhaustive summary of the market which offers in-depth knowledge of

With the influx of technological innovation, smart agriculture is flourishing

In the case of automation in smart agriculture, this is a bird’s eye view. The increasing use of smartphones as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic has been one of the most significant changes observed in the smart agricultural industry in recent years. The influx of mobile phones in developing countries such as India, Africa, and the Middle East represents a lucrative value-adding opportunity for technology companies, especially given how

It's possible that the genes in intestinal stem cells are linked to high fat diets and colon cancer

New Jersey’s Rutgers University conducted a study claiming that two genes that appear to assist stem cells in the digestive tract burn fat may potentially play a role in colon cancer. According to this study, genes in the intestines of mice influence the activity of stem cells and the method in which cells consume fat. “This is crucial because researchers have shown that when there is excess dietary fat in

In a new study, e-liquids are linked to certain lung inflammation

E-liquids, particularly glycerin and propylene glycol, may cause mild lung irritation, according to a recent study. More research is needed to determine how much inflammation may occur over a long period of time. Although the extent of the changes was tiny, the study found that even in those who had never smoked, use of e-cigarettes two times daily for a month was related with changes in inflammatory cell counts in

Using a healthcare API enables new avenues for scientific exploration and discovery

In Healthcare API, active pharmaceutical ingredients are linked to the term API, while in healthcare API, application programming interfaces (APIs) are the subject of the term’s use. To put it another way, application programming interfaces (APIs) allow computer systems to exchange data. Across the globe, this technology is gaining traction in the healthcare sector. System access to electronic health records (EHR), remote patient monitoring, and digital payments are becoming increasingly

A New Medicine May Improve the Outcomes of Pancreatic Cancer Chemotherapy

According to some sources, the protective wall that forms around the tumour over the course of pancreatic cancer treatment is one of the most significant obstacles to successful treatment. This “desmoplastic stroma” acts as a barrier, preventing chemotherapy from reaching the tumour. The UT (University of Twente) researchers have found which section of the stroma may be targeted for assault. In addition, they discovered a peptide that can mimic the

In your gut, simple sugars kill beneficial bacteria

Recent research in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that artificial sugars in the form of fructose or sucrose can affect the body in the long term. Professor Eduardo Groisman, the study’s principal author, believes that fructose and sucrose, two sugars commonly found in foods, are harmful to people. Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron, which is prevalent in lean and healthy individuals, feeds on fibre and other complex carbohydrates used