41,000 Affected By Measles In Europe During First 6 Months Of 2018

The World Health Organization has announced that the reports of measles are on an all time high in the European countries. The data suggests that the calamity has affected more than 41000 people in which 37 have succumbed to death. The figures are of the first half of the current year. Previous year, the number of people infected was 23927 and in 2016 it was 5273. According to experts, this

Scientists Connect Residential Behaviors With Productivity A Year After Brain Injury

Scientists have studied the factors that manipulate productive activity a year after TBI (traumatic brain injury). The research group, which comprised investigators from 7 regional TBI Model Systems, surveyed information on 706 Hispanic people in the TBI Model System’s database. The research was funded by the NIDILRR (National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research). Scientists saw at the affect of nativity, that is, whether people who recognized are

Skin-Akin Electronic Tattoos Can Supervise Health

Chinese researchers have designed skin-akin electronic tattoos, which can be employed to observe health parameters such as body temperature and blood pressure in real time. The graphene-supported electronic tattoo designed by researchers in China from Tsinghua University can be effortlessly transferred onto different surfaces such as leaves, the human skin, and silk. Being a super thin substance with outstanding conductivity and flexibility, graphene is a perfect substance for electronic skin,

Latest High-sensitivity Blood Test Helps in Promptly Ruling Out Heart Attack

Researchers at the University Of Texas Southwestern Medical Center revealed a new test to check if a patient arrived at the hospital’s emergency room is having symptoms of a heart attack. They claimed that the latest blood testing technology is safe & effective and can rule out the possibility of a heart attack in emergency-room-patients quicker than a traditional method. The latest research is available in the journal Circulation. The

Scientists Utilize Guide RNAs To Enhance Base Editing System

Scientists in China have utilized guide RNAs to enhance the adenine base-editing (ABE) system, utilized by researchers to modify genetic codes in disease models. Human genes are composed of groupings of the 4 bases: Thymine (T), Adenine (A), Guanine (G), and Cytosine (C). The ABE system is capable of transforming a preferred A base to a G base, thus enabling scientist to steer genetic codes in the animal models. Provided