How the mind and heart can be changed by humanity?

Nature  Chromosomal translocations that generate in-frame oncogenic gene fusions are notable examples of the success of targeted cancer therapies1,2,3. We have previously described gene fusions of FGFR3-TACC3 (F3–T3) in 3% of human glioblastoma cases4. Subsequent studies have reported similar frequencies of F3–T3 in many other cancers, indicat...
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Is Natural Medicine scientific?

NHS UK   MRSA is a type of bacteria that's resistant to several widely used antibiotics. This means infections with MRSA can be harder to treat than other bacterial infections. The full name of MRSA is meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. You might have heard it called a "superbug". MRSA infections mainly affect people who are stay...
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What are 3 things to prevent weight gain?

HGP  The Human Genome Project (HGP) was one of the great feats of exploration in history - an inward voyage of discovery rather than an outward exploration of the planet or the cosmos; an international research effort to sequence and map all of the genes - together known as the genome - of members of our species, Homo sapiens. Completed in Apr...
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Research proves the power of Love

US National Cancer Institute,  BRCA1 and BRCA2: Cancer Risk and Genetic Testing, April 1, 2015  BRCA1 and BRCA2 are human genes that produce tumor suppressor proteins. These proteins help repair damaged DNA and, therefore, play a role in ensuring the stability of the cell's genetic material. When either of these genes is mutated...
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What are your favorite books about 'health' ?

INAL Center, Italy  This hand comes from the Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa, in collaboration with the INAIL Prosthetics Center in Budrio.  It's a new robotic hand prosthesis that will allow patients to recover 90% of the functionality of a natural hand. The device does not need implants or surgical operations, as it is controll...
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How is cancer research related to Kids and junk food ?

By Ian Birrell - The Guardian John Nhial was barely a teenager when he was grabbed by a Sudanese guerrilla army and forced to become a child soldier. He spent four years fighting, blasting away on guns almost too heavy to hold, until one day the inevitable happened: he was seriously injured, treading on a landmine while he was on morning patrol. "I...
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Prosthetic Engineering - Overview

US Department of Veteran Affairs,   Center for Limb Loss and MoBility  Our aim is to improve prosthetic prescription by investigating the efficacy of prosthetic components used in current clinical practice and by developing novel approaches to improve the current standard of care. Our amputee-centric research encompasses improving pa...
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What about gray hair?

By Mary Bates ​ Far from science fiction, brain-machine interfaces present a glimpse of the future of technologies powered by thought. Devices that convert brain activity from algorithm to action are giving those who are unable to speak or use their limbs independence once again. 'The Woman Who Drank the Coffee' In 2012, Cathy Hutchinson became kno...
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How moles work and why we'd care

London, UK | AP Television A new material is being used to make organs, which allows patients to grow stem cells inside their bodies rather than in a laboratory - according to scientists. The team at University College London say it'll be clinically trialled this year in operations to create ears for teenagers and stents and valves for people with ...
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If a person doesn’t want to take medication forever, can Eastern medical treatments be an alternative?

by Susan Young Rojahn  Elias Konstantopoulos gets spotty glimpses of the world each day for about four hours, or for however long he leaves his Argus II retina prosthesis turned on. The 74-year-old Maryland resident lost his sight from a progressive retinal disease over 30 years ago, but is able to perceive some things when he turns on the bio...
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HIV and AIDS

NHS | UK HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that damages the cells in your immune system and weakens your ability to fight everyday infections and disease. AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is the name used to describe a number of potentially life-threatening infections and illnesses that happen when your immune system has been ...
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Cellular Oxygen "The Key To Better Health"

By Dr. Edwin Chun ​   The human body can live days without water, weeks without food, but only minutes without oxygen. The reason stems from how vital each of these factors are to the cells of our body which keep us alive. The most important factor vital to good health is oxygen. This should mean that if we were to increase oxygen to certain p...
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Yoga Sutra of Patanjali

Wikipedia  The Yoga Sutras are a composite of various traditions. The levels of samādhi taught in the text resemble the Buddhist jhanas . According to Feuerstein, the Yoga Sutras are a condensation of two different traditions, namely "eight limb yoga" (ashtanga yoga) and action yoga ( Kriya yoga ). Patanjali begins his treatise by stating the ...
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Obesity rivals smoking as cause of cancer, UK charity warns

By Deepak Chopra, M.D. ​ In the past forty years, meditation has entered the mainstream of modern Western culture, prescribed by physicians and practiced by everyone from business executives, artists, and scientists to students, teachers, military personnel, and – on a promising note – politicians. Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan meditates every morning ...
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Why Faster is a myth?

hortonworks.com ​ Artificial intelligence in healthcare is helping to fill in the gaps by diligently mining as much data as possible and making helpful suggestions that can lead to potential medical problems being identified earlier.  Drug trial shows promising results to fight Huntington's disease When Benjamin Franklin said, "An ounce of pre...
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What happen if we don't sleep enough?

J Behav | NCBI ​ Background and aims: The most popular recreational pastime in the U.S. is television viewing. Some researchers have claimed that television may be addictive. We provide a review of the definition, etiology, prevention and treatment of the apparent phenomenon of television addiction. Methods: Selective review. Results: We provi...
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COVID and our BMI

Sophia Smith Galer  Describing yourself as 'a social media addict' doesn't usually inspire concern from other people. In fact, it's frequently included in bio descriptions on Twitter and Instagram. Decorate your LinkedIn profile with such a claim and you may even find yourself receiving interest from media and publishing companies searching fo...
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Psychosomatic Medicine

By Liji Thomas, MD ​ Psychosomatic medicine (PM) is a newly licensed subspecialty in the field of psychiatry; it is also known as consultation-liaison (C-L) psychiatry. C-L psychiatry provides knowledge, practice, and instruction in the relation between mental and physical illness. This field is associated with services like diagnosis, therapeutics...
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How to Stop Negative Thoughts From Polluting Your Mind

Results Empowerment  Thoughts can sometimes be difficult to manage, especially when it comes to negative ones. Often, when we begin to think negatively about something or someone, we're taken into a downward vortex that's very hard to come out of. There are so many things you can be negative about. Negative about yourself, for example, you can...
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How do I become a holistic health practitioner?

PMI.org  According to Albert Mehrabian there are three elements in face to face communications: words, tone of voice and body language. These three elements account differently for our liking for the person who puts forward the message: words account for 7%, tone of voice accounts for 38%, and body language accounts for 55% of the liking. This...
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