How a Vaccine is made

Vaccines contain the same germs that cause disease. (For example, measles vaccine contains measles virus, and Hib vaccine contains Hib bacteria.) But they have been either killed or weakened to the point that they don't make you sick. Some vaccines contain only a part of the disease germ. A vaccine stimulates your immune system to produce antibodie...
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Detox with Chelation Therapy

The mighty, unsinkable idea of dominating Nature is probably another aspect of the COVID pandemic. (coronavirus) The iceberg, heavier than the ship itself, sounds like an invitation to change, on a global scale. It took only a microscopic effort for Nature to deliver such powerful message. A small trigger, with a massive impact.  Suddenly...
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Up to 60,000 cases of depression in UK could be avoided if teenagers stay off cannabis, study says

AI, or Artificial Intelligence is a set of behaviors that machine can have thanks to algorithms and data that help machine to take decisions. Artificial neural networks that mimic the biological networks are developed to support machine learning, and achieve artificial intelligence. Many platforms are available to the data scientist, in order to de...
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Research proves the power of Love

T he world came together last week for the UN general assembly, and climate crisis was high on the agenda. Many of the discussions focused on changing the energy and transport sectors to mitigate potential catastrophe. Climate activist Greta Thunberg traveled to New York on an emissions-free yacht to deliver her speech at the UN climate summit. The...
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Genetic testing kits 'may wrongly reassure those at risk of cancer'

Consumer genetic tests could be giving false reassurance to those at heightened risk of cancers, according to findings presented at an international conference this week. The study, by clinical genetic testing company Invitae, revealed that tests for breast and bowel cancer risk by direct-to-consumer companies such as 23andMe give negative results ...
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Albert Szent | Moving Energy (and Prana)

At the same time that suicides are rising, so are prescriptions for anti-depressants, on its own not necessarily a bad thing, but a barometer of our collective mental health. Perhaps the greatest achievement of our time is the gains made in life expectancy. We are living much longer than our Victorian counterparts who were lucky to see their fortie...
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Obesity rivals smoking as cause of cancer, UK charity warns

Obesity is rivalling smoking as a cause of cancer, responsible for more cases of bowel, kidney, ovarian and liver cancer than cigarettes, according to the UK's leading cancer charity. Smoking is still the biggest cause of cancer, but Cancer Research UK (CRUK) has warned that government action to tackle obesity is vital, because it is a significant ...
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Cancer and Gene Therapy

It's a struggle that many people face as the years go by, and now scientists have revealed why people gain weight as they age. Researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden found that lipid turnover in the fat tissues - the rate at which fat cells are removed and stored - decreases during ageing. This makes it easier to gain weight, even if y...
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Yoga Sutra of Patanjali

Patients live longer if they do not take antibiotics in month before immunotherapy  [1]   Taking antibiotics in the month before starting immunotherapy dramatically reduces a cancer patient's chances of survival, according to a small but groundbreaking study. Scientists at Imperial College London believe antibiotics strip out helpful...
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White meat as bad as red beef when it comes to cholesterol

The red meat or white meat debate is a draw: Eating white meat, such as poultry, will have an identical effect on your cholesterol level as eating red beef, new research indicates. The long-held belief that eating white meat is less harmful for your heart may still hold true, because there may be other effects from eating red meat that contribute t...
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I’ve been honest about alcohol. But the drinks industry hasn’t

I've drunk more alcohol than is good for me all my life. Deep down, I knew it couldn't be doing me much good, but I kept my lips to the glass and my head in the sand and ploughed right on. Mea culpa. In the course of making a documentary called Drinkers Like Me last year, I found out just how much I was putting away, and what harm I'd done myself. ...
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As a prison doctor, Amanda Brown knows compassion is the best medicine

For Dr Amanda Brown, a village GP in Buckinghamshire, the idea of working in a prison was so off the radar that when the offer came, her first reaction was surprise that such jobs existed. "It had never occurred to me that doctors even worked in prisons," she says. "How stupid was I? But I thought it sounded fun. Interesting. Different." The offer ...
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Snakebites: The hidden health crisis that kills 200 people a day

Snakebites kill more than 200 people a day around the world, but Thai firefighter Pinyo Pookpinyo was one of the lucky ones. When the tip of his thumb was bitten by a king cobra, he made it to a Bangkok hospital within 15 minutes. There, he was given a serum that stopped the venom, which can be fatal, from attacking his nervous system. "The doctor ...
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For many young South Koreans, dating is too expensive, or too dangerous

Seoul, South Korea (CNN)Kim Joon-hyup recently went on his first date in three years. But the 24-year-old student wasn't looking for a girlfriend, he was completing a college assignment. From picking the right partner to coping with breakups, the "Gender and Culture" course at Seoul's Sejong University teaches students the various aspects of dating...
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CAR T Cells: Engineering Patients’ Immune Cells to Treat Cancer

For years, the foundations of cancer treatment were surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. Over the last two decades, targeted therapies like imatinib (Gleevec®) and trastuzumab (Herceptin®)—drugs that target cancer cells by homing in on specific molecular changes seen primarily in those cells—have also cemented themselves as standard treatm...
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COVID | Are muscles really equal to health?

The future of humanity is under threat from the widespread destruction of the Earth's plants and animals by people, leading scientists have warned in a dramatic report. Loss of biodiversity threatens the human race just as much as climate change, the experts believe, with up to a million species facing extinction in the world's sixth mass die-off. ...
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How a Vaccine is made

The young environmental activist has shown that being different is a gift. But too many people with autism still face cruel treatment Greta Thunberg is an impressive individual. Just 16 years old, she has been nominated for the Nobel peace prize after sparking environmental protests around the planet. There is a glorious simplicity to her arguments...
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NHS to ban Homeopathy

Modern society push the individuals to compete, ads paint 'successful' individuals as owners, having a a beautiful partner, and a beautiful home. Sociery act like a mirror on the average individual by driving and amplifying the goal at which every individual should point. But there is a dangerous downside about it. The individual may fail because o...
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What about gray hair?

Cancer.Net Editorial Board ​ Proton therapy is a type of radiation treatment that uses protons to treat cancer. It's also called proton beam therapy. A proton is a positively charged particle. At high energy, protons can destroy cancer cells. Doctors may use proton therapy alone. Or, they may combine it with other treatments, such as standard radia...
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Why are we losing the war on drugs?

Druglords make billions on selling psychoactive drugs in rich countries, and the war is lost unless we change strategy. How could we improve on this war? The power of money can buy anything including politicians, and I think we should go at the root of the problem if we want to resolve it. From where that money comes? From people of course, and fro...
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