Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Fasting can mitigate effects of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other degenerative illnesses

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In 1908, Linda Hazzard, an American with some training as a nurse, published “Fasting for the Cure of Disease,” which exacted that minimal food was the route to recovery from a variety of illnesses, including cancer. Hazzard was imprisoned after one of her patients deceased of starvation. But what if she was, at least partly, right? A new surge of ... Read More »

Signs that establish Humans are still Evolving (Human Evalution part:2)

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When we try to think about human evolution our mind divagate back to the thousands of years it took natural selection to develop the modern –day man. But researchers have suggested that we are still evolving as a species. "It is a common misunderstanding that evolution took place a long time ago, and that to understand ourselves we must look ... Read More »

Myths of Evolution (Evolution part-1)

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Human evolution is the evolutionary process conducing to the appearance of modern humans. While it began with the last common ancestor of all life, the topic usually covers only the evolutionary history of primates, in particular the genus Homo, and the egression of Homo sapiens as a discrete species of hominids (or "great apes"). The study of human evolution involves ... Read More »

Cockroaches have batter chances to survive in a nuclear war !!!

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Cockroaches are universally loathed; they are disgusting and have the ability to creep out even the hardiest of people. They are also, evolutionarily speaking, very successful. They have been around for about 300 million years, which is far longer than humans. And cockroaches so many people believe could outlive our species and possibly all species in the event of a ... Read More »

Some fascinating things about Cockroaches

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  Cockroaches are brown insects with antenna and are about one and a half inches. Long when fully grown. Cockroaches feed on garbage, fruit, crumbs and a variety of other items, it may carry hazardous bacteria and viruses that cause human illnesses. However cockroaches do not directly transmit these diseases to humans. Cockroaches may trigger asthma attacks in response to ... Read More »

Scientists Make Diseased Cells Synthesize Their Own Drug

Scientists Make Diseased Cells Synthesize Their Own Drug

In a new study that could ultimately lead to many new medicines, scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have adapted a chemical approach to turn diseased cells into unique manufacturing sites for molecules that can treat a form of muscular dystrophy. “We’re using a cell as a reaction vessel and a disease-causing defect as a ... Read More »

Cancer gene therapy targeting cellular apoptosis machinery (A promising approaches for cancer treatment)

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 1 Apoptosis:  Apoptotic cell death is a genetically programmed mechanism that allows the cell to commit suicide. Apoptosis is critically important for the survival of multicellular organisms by getting rid of damaged or infected cells that may interfere with normal function. Understanding apoptosis in disease conditions is very important as it not only gives insights into the pathogenesis of a ... Read More »

What Would Humanity Be Like Without Aging?

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The cover of The Postmortal is one of the coolest images I’ve seen in a long time. Death impaled by his own scythe – be not proud, indeed The idea behind Drew Magary’s great new book is simple: aging, as it turns out, is caused by one gene. Shut that gene off and you stop aging; accidents and disease are ... Read More »

Attack of the Babysitters: Ant Slaves Strike Back

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Here’s the latest lesson from the ant world: kidnapped babysitters may not be the most reliable. Evolutionary myrmecologist Susanne Foitzik studies a species of ants that, instead of using its own workers to raise its young, kidnaps larvae from another species and puts them to work as babysitters. But, she’s found, the free labor has a price. Foitzik studied ants ... Read More »

Is Being “Too Short” a Disability?

Is Being “Too Short” a Disability?

Human growth hormone (HGH) is one among the many hormones your body naturally produces. HGH influences growth in that it helps encourage cell reproduction and regeneration. Athletes really like to pretend that HGH makes them more powerful. It might, but it probably doesn’t. Whether it works or not, athletes should be allowed to utilize it. But banning performance enhancers is ... Read More »