A new discovery has been knocking at the doors of stem cells. The researchers at IMIM (Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute) have found one of the gene regulation circuits, which would aid in revival of hematopoietic blood cells, i. e. blood tissue stem cells.
The Victorian Health crisis has been acting as a thorn that is nagging the State and Federal health ministers. They have failed to reach an agreement in this state.
Ministers of both the sides perpetuate to blame each other from a long time. This has led to various issues at Victoria, where staff has been reduced and the beds closed.
In a research conducted on gay men, it has been revealed that HIV has been significantly increasing for this group. In the latest report by The Health Protection Agency, it has been said that HIV is at its all-time high for gay men as the cases have been increasing in great amount. This has been attributed to unsafe sex.
It seems that finally we have an answer to the mysterious power of the homing pigeons that help them find their homes even after they fly thousands of miles away.
And the answer is coming from Mr. Jon Hagstrum, who since several long years has been studying over birds and their behaviors.
A new study conducted by a team of researchers at the University of Adelaide has been claiming that it was humans, who have been responsible for the Tasmanian Tiger or thylacine's demise. Found all over Tasmania prior to the European settlement in the year 1803, the thylacine was known as a unique marsupial.
University of Alberta researcher Ted Allison has revealed an unknown fact that stem cells from zebrafish could revive damaged cones in retinas and restore eyesight to people.
Journal Public Library of Science reports that stem cells could be used to only replace the cones in its retina. It has strong implications in the field of human eyesight.
The AFL has recently announced that the testing of players for illegal drugs could soon be doubled. The same would be for not more than $200,000, the report uncovers.
It is being believed that Dr. Peter Harcourt, medical officer at AFL, has announced at the drug summit on Wednesday that each club would have to take out $10,000 to raise funds for the move.
In a study at Finland, it has been revealed that the married women are less vulnerable to heart attacks. The research says that the single men had 58% to 66 % of chances to experience a heart attack than married ones. For single women, the results are far better; they are 60-65 % more likely to suffer acute coronary events.
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