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    01.06.2017 Omega-3 fatty acids can prevent alimentary infection

    Scientists from the University of South Denmark have established that omega-3 fatty acids "turn off" certain genes of listeria - bacteria that cause listeriosis. It is important that omega-3 acids do not kill the listeria because under the threat of death the bacteria produce resistance. Walnuts, olive oil and salmon are in omega-3 acids, The Daily Mail reports.

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    31.05.2017 Sound sleep and vitamin D help with arthritis and chronic back pain

    Scientists from the Federal University of São Paulo have analyzed previous studies. The researchers have found that vitamin D supplements and sound sleep are an effective combination to relieve the pain during menstruation and arthritis. Also, vitamin D can relieve chronic back pain, The Hindustan Times reports.

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    30.05.2017 Apparently the unique vaccine against HIV will soon be launched on the market

    According "Remedium", Inovio company is close to creating an effective DNA vaccine Pennvax-GP against HIV infection. Clinical studies of the first phase have already been published.

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    29.05.2017 Scientists have discovered new genes related to intelligence

    Until now, experts knew only a few genes related to intelligence. The scientists from the Amsterdam Independent University have discovered 52 genes of this type. It turned out that 40 genes were related to intelligence. Many of these genes affected not only the level of intelligence, but also growth, figure and smoking propensity.

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    26.05.2017 A graphene sensor may warn of asthma attacks

    Scientists have created a sensor based on graphene, which monitors and helps to fight asthma and other respiratory diseases, Zee News reports. The sensor will identify an asthmatic attack at the early stage thereby preventing hospitalization and even death. The idea is that a person with a lung disease will carry the sensor on his neck or wrist. Another option - a person will periodically blow into the device to predict the onset of asthma attack.

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    25.05.2017 Thanks to a simple device examining breathing, you won’t have to do the blood tests

    According to scientists, complex and long-term tests involving blood sampling will soon disappear. According to Zee News, an inexpensive disposable sensor was introduced. This sensor helps to make a diagnosis by people's breathing. The sensor is able to identify the markers of various diseases in the breath.

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    24.05.2017 A simple test will identify the risk of Alzheimer's disease

    In the saliva, scientists have found molecules that are biomarkers of dementia. Apparently, thanks to this, a new test may soon appear. This test will allow to identify the disease at the early stage. The study included three groups (29 people), Psych Central reports.

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    23.05.2017 Biologists have told about a new strain of bacteria that are not afraid of antibiotics

    American doctors have revealed in patients of Houston clinics a new strain of super bacteria which is resistant to almost all antibiotics. This pathogen was found in every third patient. According to James Musser of the Methodist Hospital of Houston, this discovery was a big and unpleasant surprise.

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    22.05.2017 A revolutionary test determines the state of the brain in a few minutes

    The developers of DRD Company from the Republic of Buryatia and nine other residents of Skolkovo Foundation have presented finished express tests at the TechCrunch Innovation Fair in New York. These tests can demonstrate the ischemic stroke risks and diagnose brain damages. According to RIA News, the test is smaller than the palm of your hand. By the blood taken from the finger this "little thing" can determine the biomarkers of brain damage.

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    19.05.2017 The experimental method will stop pain and inflammation once and for all

    Scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences have found unique proteins in the venom of sea polyps-actinia. These proteins inhibit pain receptors and relieve inflammation.