19.10.2016 Thanks to reproductologists, having a baby after 40s is no longer a problem
It is known, the later a woman decides to have a baby, the higher the risk of complications during pregnancy and the risk of birth defects in the child. But recent research has shown that if a child was born by 40-year-old mother, or even older women with use of reproductive technology, then this child had less birth defects compared with a child, conceived by a mother of the same age in a natural way.
19.10.2016 ANANTA MEDICARE took part in the world's largest pharmaceutical exhibition and congress event - CPhI Worldwide 2016 & ICSE, InnoPack, P-MEC, FDF in Spain
October 2016 was marked by a significant event for the company. For the first time the group of companies ANANTA MEDICARE was introduced as an exhibitor at the world's largest pharmaceutical platform - the international exhibition and congress event CPhI Worldwide 2016, which is annually held along with partner exhibitions ICSE, InnoPack, P-MEC and FDF in Europe countries and brings together professionals of the pharmaceutical and medical fields all over the world.
19.10.2016 ANANTA MEDICARE has registered plant-based food supplements GLIBOFIT and ZENSIMAX in the Republic of Moldova
We are glad to announce that on the 13th of September 2016 the company ANANTA MEDICARE successfully completed the registration process and received State Registration Certificates in the Republic of Moldova on the following food supplements: GLIBOFIT, capsules №60 in blisters ZENSIMAX, syrup in vials №1
10.10.2016 Scientists have managed to grow an artificial brain from skin
The experiment was conducted at Cambridge University under the guidance of a neuroscientist Madeline Lancaster. According to the "Health in Russia and the world" from early childhood the researcher was fascinated by science and for a long time she had a dream to create an artificial copy of the human brain in a laboratory.
06.10.2016 Scientists have designed a unique material for artificial bones
According to UPI.com the scientists of Northwestern University claim that bones may be printed on a 3D-printer. For this purpose, researchers have designed a special ink from mineral hydroxyapatite and the biodegradable polymer. The scientists have conducted experiments in stem cells and animals.
03.10.2016 Contraceptive pills increase the risk of depression
It is known that women are twice more likely than men suffer from depression. A lot of them refuse to take hormonal contraceptives because of mood changes. According to UPI.com the scientists from the University of Copenhagen have analyzed data of 1061997 women. The average age of participants was 24 years.
26.09.2016 Discovery: Hormonal changes affect women's memory
It is reflected in women’s decisions. Such conclusion was made by the researchers from Concordia University. Their experiment involved 45 women with regular menstrual cycles. Participants answered the questions about menstruation, contraceptive use, pregnancy, hormonal medications taken and lifestyle, The Times of India reports.
21.09.2016 Sports dope will help people suffering from mental disorders
The hormone erythropoietin is mainly produced in the kidney. It is involved in the production of red blood cells. Also erythropoietin is able to increase sportsmen productivity. Due to this fact the hormone is recognized as a dope. The new study, conducted by members of the University of Barcelona, involved 79 people with depression or bipolar disorder, Zee News reports.
19.09.2016 The University of Bristol has found a new approach to treat hypertension
Scientists have found that carotid bodies of a carotid artery can be responsible for hypertension. News-medical writes that the therapy should effect on them. It was proved that by removing some of the bodies, in some cases, instant and prolonged pressure reduction can be achieved. Moreover, no medicine shows such results.
16.09.2016 Tiny polymers can destroy super bugs
At present, antibiotics are the only remedy for bacterial infections. But gradually bacteria mutate and become resistant to medications. Scientists from the University of Melbourne attempted to solve this problem. They created small star-shaped polymers that can fight bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics.