“Clot Nets” Could be an Effective Tool for Stroke Recovery

Latest studies have shown that tiny nets could be an effective tool to extract blood clots of the brain for stroke care in near future. This study was published in Lancet medical journal. A mass of thickened liquid, especially blood is termed as clot that blocks blood vessels that causes the deficiency of blood and oxygen in vital organs of the body including brain. As a result patient may suffer paralysis and stroke.

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Sleep Deprivation Could Increase the Risk of Breast Cancer

Latest study has suggested that risk of breast cancer increases due to inadequate sleep. This research was published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment. This study was supervised by Cheryl Thompson, Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, who evaluated the medical records and survery response from 412 post-menopausal breast cancer patients by using Oncotype DX.

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Antibiotics Could Increase Infant’s Weight, Research Says

The latest study which was published in International Journal of Obesity shows that human infants taking antibiotics may gain weight. Presently this study was conducted on animals. The researchers analysed the data of 11,532 English children born at normal weight during the period of2 1991 and 1992.

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FDA Approves New Combination Pill For HIV Treatment For Some Patients

The U.S Food and Drug Administration has approved a new combination of pill named as Stribild (elvitegravir, cobicistat, emtricitabine, tenofovir disoproxil fumarate) to treat HIV infection in adults who have not yet been treated by any therapy. This combination is taken once in a day.

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