Brain age may predict the early death

Brain age may predict the early death !

Aging does not affect humans uniformly. Because of this reason, it is hard to predict what happens after certain age or when death happens.

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August - Immunization Awareness Month

August is National Immunization Awareness Month

Vaccines undergo a rigorous and extensive evaluation program to determine safety and effectiveness.

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Monkeypox symptoms

Monkeypox Outbreak – Symptoms And Treatment

Monkeypox an extremely rare disease is spreading around the world. So far more than 250 cases are reported from 16 different countries. The diseases spreads with close and prolonged contact with an infected person.

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How to starve and kill prostate cancer cells?

How to starve and kill prostate cancer cells?

All three can help to prevent and treat one of the most common cancer that is happening “prostate cancer”.

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Taking Selfies Officially More Dangerous than Using Cannabis

Taking Selfies Officially More Dangerous than Using Cannabis

As the “selfie” has pushed its way to the forefront of popular culture — even earning recognition as an official word in the English language

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Genetic Iron Poisoning

July -“Genetic iron poisoning” Awareness Month

Hemochromatosis is also known as genetic iron poisoning disease.

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Cancer tumors vanished

Cancer Tumors Vanished! A major breakthrough; A clinical trial eliminates cancer in every patient!

A small study published in The New England Journal of Medicine involving rectal cancer patients very recently witnessed a miracle when their tumors causing cancer disappeared, totally eradicated. In this trial advanced rectal cancer patients were treated and all 12 patients took a medicine called Dostalimab and in just six months their tumors shrunk and eradicated successfully.

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Bad gut bacteria and stroke

New study links gut microbiota strains with more severe strokes and poorer post-stroke recovery

There are millions of bacteria live in our digestive system and responsible for our health. There are many species of these microbes that reside in our gut system help us to keep good health while there are other microbes that are not. Our diet promotes health and diversity of good microbes by monitoring, treating and preventing several conditions

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