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Bilingualism can hold back Alzheimer’s symptoms, but only for so long

February 20, 2020

a person can have many benefits from being bilingual, for the brain, it can shorten recovery times from stroke, stave off cognitive decline associated with dementia and alzheimer’s disease, and so on. unfortunately, it seems that bilingualism can also significantly accelerate the deterioration into severe alzheimer’s once symptoms manifest, as found by psychology researchers at […]

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Gloves Sector: A helping hand for Malaysian gloves growth

February 19, 2020

scarcity and viral infections may bring out the best and the worst in situations, but for malaysia’s glove sector, it is the catalyst to its continued growth, says angelica buan. when the covid-19 (new coronavirus disease) epicentre, wuhan in hubei, china, was placed on cordon sanitaire, malaysia was among the countries that responded to the […]

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Mainland China sees more than 100 new deaths from coronavirus over weekend

February 18, 2020

2020最新红包扫雷the chinese national health commission reported on monday that the covid-19 death toll in mainland china reached 1,770 as of the end of sunday – there were 2,048 new cases across mainland china, with more than 94% of the new cases on sunday confirmed in the central province of hubei, where the outbreak is concentrated; […]

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An infectious person estimated to pass the COVID-19 virus onto two others

February 17, 2020

2020最新红包扫雷the number of cases related to the covid-19, or the wuhan coronavirus, suggests that the virus can spread via human-to-human transmission through droplets, contact or fomites, similar to the middle east respiratory syndrome (mers) or the severe acute respiratory syndrome (sars). according to the world health organization (who), around 16-21% of people with the virus […]

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US university scientists finds Ebola virus gene can kill stray brain cancer cells

February 17, 2020

recently, there was an exciting breakthrough in the ebola virus research at yale university, connecticut – a gene taken from the ebola virus was found to selectively target and destroy glioblastomas, a type of aggressive brain tumour, in mice. glioblastomas are notoriously difficult to treat, with the cancer cells often slipping away from the main […]

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First flu infection key to immune protection; new coronavirus needs more than travel-related screening

February 14, 2020

exposure to certain influenza viruses during childhood gives people partial protection for the rest of their lives against distantly related influenza viruses, according to a team of scientists at the university of california, los angeles (ucla). the idea of “immunological imprinting,” where past exposure to the flu virus determines a person’s future response to infections, […]

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Anti-inflammatory “switch” could stop chronic inflammation and reverse aging

February 12, 2020

while inflammation is the body’s natural defense against threats, prolonged inflammation may lead to diseases like alzheimer’s, parkinson’s, cancer, multiple sclerosis (ms), and type-2 diabetes. however, a molecular “switch” could essentially turn off unnecessary inflammation, potentially reversing these conditions and,maybe, even aging itself, according to researchers at the university of california, berkeley (uc berkeley), us. […]

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German researchers collect kidney stem cells from urine to help with transplants

February 10, 2020

kidney patients may be resigned to a transplant at some point, but the procedure is pretty invasive and donors are hard to come by. recently, researchers from heinrich heine university (hhu) in düsseldorf, germany, have discovered a non-invasive way to isolate renal stem cells – those that can differentiate into all the cell types in […]

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Colour-changing smart bandage detects and treats bacterial infection

February 5, 2020

2020最新红包扫雷prototypes of smart bandages include those that can change colour in response to heat, kill bacteria, monitor chronic wounds and deliver drugs on a schedule, but it still takes time to figure out if a particular infection is drug-resistant or not. researchers from the chinese academy of sciences (cas) in beijing have introduced a new […]

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Stress seen to act on nerve cells; have permanent effect on hair graying

January 27, 2020

acute stress has been known to impact the body long-term –a new discovery made at harvard university, massachusetts, us, has shown how stress can activate nerves that are part of the fight-or-flight response, which eventually damages pigment-regenerating stem cells in hair follicles. accounting for a whole-body response, the scientists’ first theory was that stress would […]

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