Harnessing the healing power of Red Light Therapy: A comprehensive guide

Using red and infrared light therapy to boost cellular activity and circulation may assist to lessen pain and inflammation. Red light therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), low-power laser therapy (LPLT), and photobiomodulation (PBM), involves exposing the skin to a lamp or laser emitting red light. Endre Mester found it by chance in […]

Researchers discovered a novel amino acid that may halt ageing

The human body produces the amino acid taurine, which is also found in several meals and has been shown to slow down the ageing process in mice and monkeys. According to a recent study, the semi-essential amino acid taurine can delay ageing. Despite the fact that the element is prevalent in humans, the study was […]

Coffee lowers the risk of type 2 diabetes

The probable mechanism of how coffee may help lower the incidence of type 2 diabetes has been identified by a significant study. A significant new study investigates the mechanisms underlying the well-established link between coffee drinking and a decreased risk of type 2 diabetes. According to the study, coffee’s anti-inflammatory characteristics may account for a […]

India plans to eliminate sickle cell anemia by 2047

By 2047, the government of India wants to rid sickle cell anaemia. In the afflicted tribal communities of India, the eradication effort will involve screening 7 crore people.Sickle cell anaemia is a genetic blood condition. It impacts the body’s red blood cells. It belongs to a class of blood conditions known as sickle cell disease. […]

Smoking and vaping detrimental to oral health

New research sends a clear message to individuals who care about their teeth, that smoking and vaping are detrimental to your teeth and gums. The National Institute of Oral and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) issued the warning that smoking and vaping are detrimental to oral health. Scientists examined many years of monitoring data that looked at […]

Mediterranean diet lowers APO in women

The investigation was carried out to note the relationship between a Mediterranean food pattern and an unfavorable pregnancy. In a recent study published in JAMA Network Open (APOs), researchers reported that a Mediterranean diet could lower the probability of developing Acute pulmonary oedema/APO in women. The current multicenter cohort research was conducted between 2010, and […]

Arthritis and the ill-effects of COVID-19

Find out what the most recent research says on COVID-19 and its potential effects on arthritis patients. COVID-19 is brought on by SARS-CoV-2. Due to their underlying medical condition, people with arthritis may be concerned about their chance of getting COVID-19. Experts are still unsure of how COVID-19 might differ for those with arthritis from […]

Alzheimer’s Disease linked to olfactory viral inflammation

The olfactory system, which regulates sense of smell, and the part of the brain associated with memory and learning can get irritated and disrupted by viruses, thus hastening the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. A recent study from scientists at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus suggests that viruses may cause inflammation and damage to […]

Study shows why Covid-19 makes us lose our sense of smell

Science Translational Medicine is the journal where the paper has been published. Researchers have now uncovered the causes of why we lose our sense of smell from the long-Covid infection. It’s connected to a continuing immunological attack on olfactory nerve cells and a corresponding drop in those cells’ numbers. Additionally, there were fewer olfactory sensory […]

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