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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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Novel Target on Diabetic Wound Healing

Mitochondria Targeted Antioxidant SkQ1 Fastens the Diabetic Wound Healing

Unhealed wounds or majorly foot ulcer is a complicated condition for patients with type 2 diabetes which result in skin and tissue damage, and may finally leads to limb amputations. Presently there are no strong promising drugs that can treat chronic diabetic wounds and frequently it makes us to move to choose an option of surgical procedure. Diabetes is accompanied by a significant oxidative stress which may affect even blood vessels leading to vessel dysfunction known as diabetic angiopathy, o
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Dietary Fish Oil Restrain the Seizures

Fish Oil Might Guard From Seizure by Rising the Brain Oestrogen Level

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder characterized by sudden recurrent episodes of sensory disturbance, loss of consciousness, and convulsions associated with abnormal electrical conductivity in brain. A natural food supplement which has nutritive and curative effects is always a better preventive and therapeutic approach compared to conventional drug therapy. Several medications are available for the treatment of seizures and are effective only in 7 out of 10 patients with epilepsy.Yasuhir
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How Medical Editing Can Get Your Manuscript Published

How Medical Editing Can Get Your Manuscript Published?

Getting your manuscript published in a high-impact journal is a crucial part of gaining recognition for your medical research. So, it’s highly essential to acquaint yourself with the steps to be followed in getting your manuscript published. Doing a thorough research on your medical topic and medical manuscript writing in strict accordance with the principles of scientific or medical publication are the preliminary steps you must pay heed to. However, it’s generally seen that 30-50% of t
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Chronic Tinnitus alters brain network

Chronic Tinnitus is Coupled with Definite Transform in Brain Networks

Tinnitus is characterized by a chronic abnormal noise (ringing or buzzing) experienced in one or both of the ears which can be unpleasant, frustrating and sometimes it is severe enough to seek treatment. Fatima Husain, professor at University of Illinois says that, tinnitus is invisible and there is no device to measure the severity which varies from patient to patient in terms of type of sound and duration. Observations from functional MRI reveals various neural patterns saying that chronic
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Antiseptic Mouthwash Amplify the Risk of CVD

Antiseptic Mouthwash Kills Beneficial Bacteria and Increased the Risk of CVD

At the American Naturopathic Medical Association 36th Annual Convention and Educational Seminar, Nathan Bryan, delivered a lecture on the critical importance of nitric oxide for the health of vital organs and system of physiological functions. Nitric oxide is naturally produced in our body and plays a vital role in various functions such as inflammation, and regulation of blood pressure which is a prime factor in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases. He added that, lack of nitric oxide c
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New Molecular Technique to Overcome the Genetic Male Infertility

Male infertility refers to inability of a man to cause pregnancy in a fertile woman. Though there are many causes for this infertility such as low sperm count, and hormonal imbalances, but common cause of this infertility in man lies in genetic defects. Generally X and Y chromosomes are responsible for the sex determination. It is well known that combination of two X chromosomes (XX) results in baby girl, and combination of one X and one Y chromosomes (XY) results in baby boy. Observations fr
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Anti-Lipidemic Drug Have Potential to Halt Infectious Diseases

For researchers, there is a great interest in identifying new therapeutic applications for the existing class of drugs, now, Duke Scientists choose Statins, cholesterol lowering drugs. Article from Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, gave a new insight for Dennis C. Ko (assistant professor of molecular genetics and microbiology at Duke University School of Medicine) to understand the mechanisms that govern human susceptibility for various infectious diseases, particularly Salmone
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Narrative Writing in Clinical Research: Guidelines for a Medical Writer

Narrative writing or writing patient safety narratives is an integral part of any clinical study report writing. Before dwelling into its guidelines, let us first understand what it is and what importance it carries in clinical research. In simple terms, a narrative is a brief summary of the adverse events experienced by the patients during a clinical trial of a drug. It is submitted along with the clinical study report to establish any causal relationship between the events experienced by the
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