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Spending time just scribbling your manuscript

Spending Time Just Scribbling Your Manuscript?

Documenting the results of your research in the form of a manuscript is harder than conducting a research itself. Many scientists are clueless on where and how to begin writing a medical manuscript. But, not when you have these 7 steps in mind! 7 Steps to Write Your Research Paper Faster  1.Outline the format of the paper Introduction to research topic Hypothesis of research Materials and methods used Key findings Discussion on the results of research 2.Introduce your researc
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New Device to Treat Sleep Apnoea

FDA Approves New Treatment for Moderate to Severe Central Sleep Apnoea

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, today approved a new treatment, the Remede System for moderate to severe central sleep apnoea. It is a battery operated device that is surgically implanted in the chest to stimulate the phrenic nerve, which in turn sends signals to the diaphragm and restores normal breathing in such patients. Sleep apnoea is a disorder that causes one or more pauses in breathing lasting from few seconds t
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5 Quick Steps to Avoid Plagiarism and Improve Scientific Writing

5 Quick Steps to Avoid Plagiarism and Improve Scientific Writing

Plagiarism, simply known as literary theft, is defined as the practice of using other’s work or ideas in your scientific writing without giving them due credit and passing them off as one’s own in publication journals to gain recognition. Publishing their research in high-impact journals is a matter of reputation for every scientist or research scholar. However, plagiarism can blemish this reputation and you stand a high chance of rejection by the journal. If you don’t want this to h
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5 Unethical Practices to Avoid While Publishing Your Research

5 Unethical Practices to Avoid While Publishing Your Research

Performing a medical research and documenting the findings in a research paper are painstaking and time-consuming process. Nevertheless, the research authors must conform to the scientific ethics at each stage of performing a research and documenting its results. ‘Ethics’, derived from the Greek word ‘ethikos’ are a set of principles for right conduct in a particular field. They carry a greater significance in the field of medical research and publication as these are directly related t
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Seaweed Extract helps to treat arthritis

Novel Molecule from Algae Extract Shows a Promising Effect in Arthritis

It is known that people who are aged over 65 are suffering from joint pains and stiffness due to inflammation at bone joints called arthritis. This inflammation, resultant of oxidative stress (frequent cause of damage and cell death), can spread to all other joints in the body and degenerates the protective cartilage layer, a connective tissue at joints which protects bones from eruption due to friction. Affected joints, particularly knee, hip, and finger joints can be extremely painful and gets
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Cardiac Stem Cell from Young Heart Cures the Myocardial Infraction

Cardiac Stem Cell from Young Heart Cures the Myocardial Infraction

Initially it was believed that heart cells were not capable of regeneration and increase in the size of heart is due to cardiac hypertrophy. But, later with advent of several research and observations, researchers found that myocardial cells will also undergo hyperplasia, a natural process of heart growth. Dr. Eduardo Marban, director of the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute, took the concept of regeneration and developed the “cardiosphere derived cells (CDCs)” to reverse the problems associat
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How-to-Write-Your-Research-paper--Communicate-like-a-Pro

How to Write Your Research paper: Communicate like Pro

A scientific paper or research paper is the written and published document of your original research work. Without writing, the knowledge gained and the output of your research are likely to be lost. In other words, a scientific paper is a written record of your research findings that is communicated to the scientific community and general public for their welfare. Therefore, it must be written in a simple and grammatically correct format that communicates a clear message to its readers. Howe
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Role of Medical Writer in Clinical Research

The success of Medical writing in clinical research depends upon the proper documentation and the exactness of the research, its planning and results. Cognibrain’s medical writers are experienced in a broad range of therapeutic areas and can assist you at any point in your content development life-cycle Role of a Medical Writer In Clinical Research: Clinical trials are important For The new drugs to come into the Market Conducting A Clinical Trial Is Not the end Of Clinical Research
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Avocado: A memory booster for older adults

Avocado in Daily Diet Have a Potential Cognitive Effect in Older Adults

Lutein is a naturally available carotenoid antioxidant produced only by plants. Major sources of lutein include avocado, potato, and various fruits and vegetables. This lutein commonly accumulates in the blood, eyes, and brain and acts as an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant agent. A research article has been published in the journal Nutrients, saying that consuming one avocado a day had improved cognitive functions in older adults. This study includes 40 people who were above 50 years old, a
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Pre-eclampsia during Pregnancy May Present Greater Risk of Cardiovascular Events at Postmenopausal Life

An article from September issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings says that woman who have a past history of pre-eclampsia are more prone to atherosclerosis. But this atherosclerosis (hardening and narrowing of blood vessels) may not occur soon after pregnancy, but may appear decades after the pregnancy. Pre-eclampsia can affect 2 to 7 of pregnancies and is commonly characterized by increased blood pressure which can occur soon after pregnancy or may develop slowly. Several observational and follow-
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