T cell antigens react solitary, prevailing immunological mystery decoded

T cell antigens react solitary as they shield us from invasion of bacteria and viruses and also from cancer. T cells are essential part of our immune system. They persistently resume their exterior with innumerable and extremely fragile T cell antigen receptors which permit them to recognize uncommon of distant molecules in our body. If such antigens are perceived...

New Drug May Prevent Hard-to-Treat Chronic Migraine Without Side Effects

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New drug may prevent hard-to-treat chronic migraine without side effects, researchers have found. A drug known as erenumab can become a new source of hope for the millions of migraine sufferers. Revealed on April 17, the initial study on the new therapy will be presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology in Los Angeles. Erenumab is a...

global population of almost 95 percent inhaling polluted air

Global population of almost 95 percent inhaling polluted air according to a recent report, harming the under privileged nations the most. According to the annual State of Global Air Report, published by the Health Effects Institute (HEI), eternal subjection to air pollution cause an approximate 6.1 million deaths across the globe in 2016. The report indicates that pollution is the...

NASA will Test Radiation-Protection Suit Designed by Israeli Company

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NASA will test radiation-protection suit designed by Israeli company which will protect astronauts from space radiation. NASA and the Israel Space Agency have come to an agreement to test the AstroRad radiation protection vest developed by the Israeli company StemRad on the last test flight of the Orion spacecraft. NASA will launch the suit into space with the Deep Space Experiment flight as...

Scientists Found 100 More Genes Associating Human Hair Pigmentation

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Scientists found 100 more genes associating human hair pigmentation, as until now only 24 genes were discovered that color the human hairs. The new findings revealed by the journal - Nature Genetics are very helpful for researchers to learn genetic complexity and also justify the variations of human pigmentation. Researchers are hopefully expecting the new human hair pigmentation study to...

Immunotherapy Extends Lung Cancer Patients’ Survival Period

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Immunotherapy extends lung cancer patients’ survival period for the first time. A treatment that combines an immunotherapy drug with chemotherapy and boosts the immune system improved the survival time of some lung cancer patients. The new research published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Monday showed the treatment combo doubled the survival in people newly diagnosed with the...

Therapy alliance elongates hold out in lung cancer patients

Therapy alliance elongates hold out in lung cancer patients due to the joining of an immunotherapy drug with chemotherapy in contrast to patients offered chemotherapy alone. This research consequence is applicable only to patients whose lung cancer does not commence in the squamous cells and who are also deprived of definite genetic transformation. Amidst the two types of lung cancer...

Rose Acre Farms Recalled Eggs due to Salmonella Risk

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Rose Acre Farms recalled eggs due to Salmonella risk. Over 200 million eggs across nine states have been recalled by Rose Acre Farms’ Hyde County farm, late Friday because they could potentially be tainted with salmonella. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said that the Indiana company has recalled 206,749,248 eggs. Acre taken this move after at least 22 illnesses on...

Lead discovered in uncountable Chicago home’s tap water

Lead discovered in uncountable Chicago home’s tap water extracted from almost 70 percent of 2,797 homes all over Chicago within the past two years. Tribune reported that three of every ten homes involved in the survey comprised of lead concentrations above five parts per billion. Lead can percolate from specific types of pipes as water proceeds from efficacy to home...

Ocean Circulation Slowing Down Due to Global Warming

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Ocean circulation slowing down due to global warming, a new study published in Nature Communications on Tuesday, notes. It’s a first study to claim that climate change is making ocean heat waves longer over the last century. The study found that the number of annual heat-wave is increased by 54% from 1925 to 2016. News says there are three or four marine...