News of World Medicine
Passive Smoking Increases Risk of Infertility Development by 18%
According to new research, active and passive smoking are connected with the increased risk of women's infertility development and early beginning of menopause
Scientists Affirm that Paracetamol is Ineffective in cases of Flue
According to the new research, taking Paracetamol in case of flue is ineffective way of treating this illness. Against the advices of National Healthcare Service this popular medicinal product does not loss the symptom expression of flue such as pain and/or fever.
SoberСonsumption of Alcohol Decrease the Risk of Death by Alzheimer's disease by 77%
The scientists suppose that consumption of two small wineglasses a day can decrease the risk of death by Alzheimer's disease.
Scientists from Novosibirsk have developed the gene therapy medicinal product for cancer treatment
The group of scientists from Novosibirsk has created a novel antitumoral medicinal product "AntionkoRAS-M" which consists of plasmid DNA with a therapeutic effect. According to preliminary estimates this medical product will cost 300 times lower priced than foreign gene therapy medicinal products because the DNA' s carrying to blastema is provided by low priced and easy to produce Nonviral agent.
When the eHealth be implemented in Ukraine
The innovations implementation in the healthcare system is our new reality which, according to the recent developments, is growing very fast.
Tomsk scientists have created the man made brain with the ability of self education
According to the University Press service the scientists from Tomsk State University (TSU) have created the man made carrier of natural intellect - the physical model which is available to self education.
Vegetables will help to get rid of PMS manifestations
Diet, rich with green leaf vegetables, may help women to avoid PMS, reducing manifestation of the symptoms by 40%.
Hormone plaster is a safe method of treatment for prostate cancer
The scientists from Imperial College London announced that the plaster, emitting estrogen into blood, is a relatively cheap and safe alternative to the standard treatment of prostate cancer.
Next generation of antibiotic will be taken from the bottom of the ocean
British scientists have started a large-scale and expensive £8m project. A group of scientists at Aberdeen University will reach ocean's deepest bottom to investigate it. They hunt for unrevealed chemicals among underwater sea life in deep sea trenches.
Universal remedy for all the strains of influenza virus has been found
CSIRO research source, the University of British Columbia and the University of Bath presented a new drug against influenza. It has been proved that it prevents the spread of different strains of influenza by using laboratory models.