A survey conducted by the National Charity Partnership (NCP), U.K suggests that most of the women who participated are not sure on the amount of food they should intake while they are pregnant.
Antibodies against the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) have been obtained for the first time by injecting cows with an HIV antigen
A study published, on 21st July 2017, in the open access journal BMC Nutrition states that consuming a sugar-sweetened drink along with a high-protein meal can have adverse effects on energy balance, change food preferences and reduce fat metabolism.
A study published in The Lancet, on July 20th 2017, reveals that 1 out of 3 dementia cases are preventable when risk factors are targeted beginning from childhood.
The introduction of methicillin into clinical practice is not what caused the emergence of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), report researchers.
To date, 14 thorn snail species have been identified throughout North and Central America. Recently, 3 new species of thorn snails have been identified using a novel approach—computed tomography (CT) imaging.
Most pregnant women do not know their recommended calorie intake, survey found
Researchers identify issues with current maternal CMV screening methods
In Appalachia, two hospital giants seek state-sanctioned monopoly
METTLER TOLEDO offers free e-Learning course and certificate on Routine Balance Testing
AMSBIO launches new ELISA-like kit to detect and measure Hyaluronic Acid
Novel approach could soon play key role in helping veterans overcome PTSD
Treatment Options for Pericarditis
Treatment Options for Social Anxiety
Using NanoBiT® Technology to Study the Dynamics of Protein Interactions in Live Cells
Normalization: An Essential Part of Bioluminescent Reporter Assay
NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter Enables Fluorescence Pre-Screening of Specimens
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Advances in Proteomics
Interpreting Proteomics Data
Cataract is a clouding of the lens within the eye and affects tens of millions of people. At present, there is no cure for cataract, and consequently the only available method to treat cataract is by surgical removal.
Choroideremia (CHM) is a rare genetic eye disease that affects the retina, which is the area at the back of the eye that processes all we see into signals that are sent to the brain via the optic nerve.
Scientists have been working hard to bring about a time in the future when we can grow “an eye in a dish” and use it for transplantation to restore the vision of someone who is blind, and they are not as far off as you might think.
According to Accenture’s survey of 1,000 consumers in England one-in-eight (13 per cent) have had their personal medical information stolen from technology systems. More than half (68 per cent) of English consumers said they want to have at least some involvement in keeping their healthcare data secured, whereas only a quarter (28 per cent) said that they have such involvement today.
The first thing is, to always remember that we're dealing with a living drug, cells, which are very sensitive to environmental conditions, such as temperature and humidity etc. All of those things can impact on the viability of the drug and its effectiveness.
Dr Helen Torley
The pharma and biotech industry continues to struggle to make progress with gender diversity. A recent Credit Suisse report shows that management diversity, as defined by percentage of women in senior management roles, has decreased globally from 18.9 percent in 2014 to 15.5 percent in 2016.
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