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Asthma Medications Improve Performa

Oct, 2020 - By WMR

Asthma Medications Improve Performa

According to the researchers, the use of -2-agonists should be controlled and lim...

Up to 60% of students in U.S. smoke

Sep, 2020 - By WMR

Up to 60% of students in U.S. smoke

The research published on medXriv...

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Researchers Develop 3-D Batteries with Tiny Footprints

Nov, 2020

Researchers Develop 3-D Batteries with Tiny Footprints

Researchers in the U.S. developed a 3-D lithium ion battery with a tiny footprint. As electronic devices are becoming tinier and s... Read More

Lockdown and Tech Overburden - Stay Away From Screen

Nov, 2020

Lockdown and Tech Overburden - Stay Away From Screen

Spending too much time on screen affects the brain and results in slower processing speed, shorter attention span, and memory deterioration. ... Read More

COVID-19 is as Deadly as Spanish Flu, Study Suggests

Nov, 2020

COVID-19 is as Deadly as Spanish Flu, Study Suggests

The 1918 Spanish flu infected more than 500 million individuals around the world, around one-third of the world's population. For ... Read More

CBD Increases Blood Flow to Brain Regions Linked to Memory

Nov, 2020

CBD Increases Blood Flow to Brain Regions Linked to Memory

The research was conducted to examine how cannabidiol influences cerebral blood flow in different brain regions linked to memory. ... Read More

Individuals with Lack of Interest Are At Higher Risk for Dementia, Study Suggests

Nov, 2020

Individuals with Lack of Interest Are At Higher Risk for Dementia, Study Suggests

According to a new study piloted by the researchers of Alzheimer's Research UK have reported that individuals who lack interest in everything surrounding them are at higher risk of developing d... Read More

Excessive Abdominal Fat to Act As Early Indicator of Atherosclerosis in Mexican Americans, Study Suggests

Nov, 2020

Excessive Abdominal Fat to Act As Early Indicator of Atherosclerosis in Mexican Americans, Study Suggests

A new study have revealed that excessive belly fat results in atherosclerosis, which is an early indication of heart disease among Mexican Americans, and this is limited to individuals who were... Read More

Blood Type O Can Lower Risk of SARS-CoV-2 Infection, Study Suggests

Nov, 2020

Blood Type O Can Lower Risk of SARS-CoV-2 Infection, Study Suggests

The blood type O has lower risk of COVID-19 according to a study published by Phillips University, Marburg. The SARS-CoV-2 infecti... Read More

Scientists Developed Novel AeroNabs to Halt the Spread of SARS-Cov-2

Nov, 2020

Scientists Developed Novel AeroNabs to Halt the Spread of SARS-Cov-2

Researchers of UC San Francisco have developed a novel approach to cease the spread of SARS-CoV-2, responsible for pandemic COVID-19. The scientists developed this approach by engineering a syn... Read More

COVID-19 results in Significant Dilation of the Capillaries in the Lung, Study Suggests

Nov, 2020

COVID-19 results in Significant Dilation of the Capillaries in the Lung, Study Suggests

According to a new pilot study by the researchers of Icahn School of Medicine reported that COVID-19 is causing dilation of the blood vessels in the lung, especially the capillaries. Further, t... Read More

Women with History of High Blood Pressure Might Experience Menopausal Symptoms during Pregnancy, Study Suggests

Nov, 2020

Women with History of High Blood Pressure Might Experience Menopausal Symptoms during Pregnancy, Study Suggests

According to a new study by the researchers of Mayo Clinic suggests that women during pregnancy with a history of high blood pressure disorders have high chances to undergo inconvenient menopau... Read More

Audi Launches New Performance SUV, RS Q8

Nov, 2020

Audi Launches New Performance SUV, RS Q8

Audi is expected to launch several new models, such as new Q3, Q7 facelift, Q5 facelift, new A3 sedan, and A4 facelift... Read More

Vitamin A Boosts Stimulates Fat Burning and Heat Generation in Cold Ambient Temperatures, Study Suggests

Nov, 2020

Vitamin A Boosts Stimulates Fat Burning and Heat Generation in Cold Ambient Temperatures, Study Suggests

According to a new study led by the researchers of Medical University of Vienna suggested that cold temperatures fuels levels of vitamin A in humans and mice, which further aids in converting w... Read More

COVID-19 Hospitalization Risk Is High Among African Americans with Type 2 Diabetes and Kidney Disease, Study Suggests

Nov, 2020

COVID-19 Hospitalization Risk Is High Among African Americans with Type 2 Diabetes and Kidney Disease, Study Suggests

A new study led by the researchers of University of Michigan have suggested that African American ( black patients) with underlying health conditions including type 2 diabetes and kidney diseas... Read More

Air Pollution Associated With Higher Risk of Asthma in Children

Nov, 2020

Air Pollution Associated With Higher Risk of Asthma in Children

Children who are exposed to higher levels of PM 2.5 (fine particles in air) are at a higher risk pf developing asthma or persistent wheezing compared to kids who are not exposed.... Read More

Mental Accounting is Affecting Sustainable Behavior, Study Suggests

Nov, 2020

Mental Accounting is Affecting Sustainable Behavior, Study Suggests

The concept of mental accounting describes the mental processes employed by an individual in order to organize the resources used by them. ... Read More

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