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Balance of Gut Bacteria May be Reason Behind Long Life: Study

Balance of Gut Bacteria May be Reason Behind Long Life: Study

A novel study carried out by a team of researchers from the Buck Institute for Research on Ageing, in California, has indicated balance of gut bacteria to be the reason behind a long life.

FDA Advises Doctors not to Prescribe Acetaminophen Dose over 325 mg

FDA Advises Doctors not to Prescribe Acetaminophen Dose over 325 mg

A statement issued by the Food and Drug Authority on Tuesday has suggested doctors not to prescribe Acetaminophen more than 325 mg per dose.

Acetaminophen is used in pain killers in combination with opioids like hydrocodone (Vicodin), oxycodone (Percocet) and codeine (Tylenol with Codeine).

Drinking More Than 36 Grams of Alcohol Encourages Memory Loss in Middle-Aged Men

Drinking More Than 36 Grams of Alcohol Encourages Memory Loss in Middle-Aged Men

Alcohol addiction may have comprehensive and widespread effects on the brain, said a study. The 10-year-old study established a 'significant deterioration' in memory of middle-aged men who drank over 36 grams of alcohol per day.

The study from University College London tells that heavy-drinking may have bad effect on memory and cognitive working in middle-aged men.

Molecular chlorine’s level in Arctic atmosphere beyond expectation

Molecular chlorine’s level in Arctic atmosphere beyond expectation

Researchers have as of late performed a study examining the vicinity of atomic chlorine above Barrow, Alaska.  Arranged 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle, Barrow is home to snow-secured ice pack that compasses out towards the coast's viewpoint.

Sneak tactics of dengue virus cracked

Sneak tactics of dengue virus cracked

Researchers in Singapore have uncovered how the dengue infection figures out how to cheat the body's safe shields.

A research group at the Duke NUS Graduate Medical School has identified how the dengue infection detours the invulnerable framework - this discovery can possibly help to plan a successful immunization against the infection.

Scientists attempt a simple coeliac test

Scientists attempt a simple coeliac test

Australian researchers have made advancement towards a blood test that could incredibly straighten out the conclusion of coeliac illness.

Lead specialist Dr Jason Tye-Din, head of coeliac exploration at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne, said, the test will do away with the necessity for individuals to consume gluten for weeks before a finding might be made.

Green Tea Reduces Blood Pressure Drug Nadolol’s Effectiveness

Green Tea Reduces Blood Pressure Drug Nadolol’s Effectiveness

A research has been carried out by Fukushima Medical University, as per which it has been unveiled that green tea can reduce the effectiveness of blood-pressure drug nadolol.

Nothing Wrong with Women having Strong Built Up

Nothing Wrong with Women having Strong Built Up

Muscularity does not go with femaleness. This might be the reason that when a woman having stronger and masculine bodies is seen then it seems to be little shocking.

Research finds “Super-Earth” planets contain land along with water

Research finds “Super-Earth” planets contain land along with water

Planets like Earth are a favourite topic in all science fiction, springing up as often as possible as bright laser firearms. From Star Trek to Doctor Who, characters dependably appear to arrive on planets which help human life on Earth.

Extinct early human species ate Tiger Nuts instead of meat

Extinct early human species ate Tiger Nuts instead of meat

A closer look of an extinct early human species recommends that our early ancestors ate tiger nuts as their basic diet, which are grass bulbs that can be eaten.

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