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7 Do’s and Don’ts of Medical Thesis Writing

7 Do’s and Don’ts of Medical Thesis Writing

Writing a medical thesis is always cumbersome and time-consuming for the research scholars. However, you can save your valuable man–hours and write a flawless thesis by paying attention to the Do’s and Don’ts for medical thesis writing.
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New Spray Drying technique enhance the Solubility of therapeutic Drugs

New Spray Drying Technique Enhance The Solubility of Therapeutic Drugs

Fraunhofer  researchers adapted the technique of spray drying, one used for producing instant coffee and powdered milk, for incorporating insoluble substances in core-shell particles and refining the encapsulation process of therapeutic drugs. Encapsulation is a technique used in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals to protect the active ingredients of the drug from the influence of gastric acid and to control their release into the body. Thus, the medication is delivered gradually rather than all
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Are the Statins Protective Against Death in Four Most Common Cancers?

Are the Statins Protective Against Death in Four Most Common Cancers?

A 14-year study, which included nearly 1 million patients, has observed that the use of statins may be associated with reduced mortality and improved survival in lung, breast, prostate, and bowel cancers. The research is presented at Frontiers in Cardiovascular Biology (FCVB) 2016. In this study, patients with one of the four cancers (between 2000 and 2013) were recruited from ACALM clinical database, which included data on co-existing conditions such as high cholesterol. When the factors inf
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Obese Woman May Affects Future Generation at Metabolic Risk

Obese Woman May Affects Future Generation at Metabolic Risk

Eating healthy and nutritious food keeps us healthy. However, sedentary lifestyle and switching to processed and fast foods have made obesity a popularized condition. A current mouse study, lead by Kelle H. Moley, published online in the journal Cell Reports has come up with a novel finding that a mother’s obesity leads to later obesity and other metabolic abnormalities in upcoming generations. Women following a Western diet develop metabolic and genetic abnormalities even before pregnancy whi
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Consuming High Dose Loperamide Puts Heart at Risk

Consuming High Dose Loperamide Puts Heart at Risk

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently raised warnings over the drug loperamide stating that consumption of higher than recommended doses may cause QT interval prolongation, torsades de pointes, cardiac arrest, syncope and even death in some cases. The agency also reported that most cases of high-dose consumption were due to intentional misuse and abuse of the drug. Loperamide is a mu-opioid agonist indicated for diarrhea and prescribed at a maximum dose of 16 mg/day. However, at
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Writing a Clinical Manuscript: Know How?

Writing a Clinical Manuscript: Know How?

It becomes the moment of pride and fulfilment for the budding clinical researchers, when their research work is known to the world through a peer-reviewed journal. That is when their hard work gets appreciated. Hitherto, getting started to write a manuscript becomes a bumpy path between the subject knowledge and the paper work. The concept here is to help overcome the hurdles in the path of publication of the manuscript in a target journal. Below addressed are some basic useful information to po
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Married Heart Attack Patients Show Speedy Recovery than Single Patients

Married Heart Attack Patients Show Speedy Recovery than Single Patients

A recent research, putforth at the British Cardiovascular Society Conference, emphasized that married people are 14% less likely to die from heart attack and were discharged from hospital two fewer days prior than single people. Conducted by the ACALM (Algorithm for Comorbidities, Associations, Length of stay and Mortality) Study Unit, the scientists investigated around heart attack 25,000 patients, admitted between January 2000 and March 2013. Annually, about 188,000 hospital admissions occur
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Eating barley can reduce cardiovascular risk

Eating barley can reduce cardiovascular risk

A recent research review, conducted by Dr. Vladimir Vuksan at St. Michael's Hospital, stated that consuming barley or products containing barley products ceases components of “bad cholesterol”--low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and non-high density lipoprotein (HDL) levels by seven percent. Published in The European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the paper also emphasizes that barley is shown to be equally effective as oats in reducing bad cholesterol levels and overall cardiovascular risk. O
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Preeclampsia and CD74 protein linked - Underlying cause revealed

Preeclampsia and CD74 protein linked – Underlying cause revealed

A new study, lead by Dr. Florian Herse, has demonstrated that preeclamptic women contain lower levels of placenta’s immune protein CD74 and higher levels of certain inflammatory factors, which is responsible for abnormal placenta formation during pregnancy. The fetus receives nourishment from mother through the placenta. Preeclampsia happens when there is disrupted placental growth and is manifested as high blood pressure, water retention and protein in urine. It can also affect fetal growth a
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