According to a new study, chemotherapy drugs to treat breast cancer (BC) may contribute to the development of mitochondrial dysfunction in muscle. Dysfunctional mitochondria, which are energy centers of cells, can cause fatigue and weakness that you experience some people with breast cancer during Continue reading “Chemotherapy can lead to mitochondrial dysfunction of skeletal muscles”
According to the latest economic assessment lead author of the study from the Harvard school of public health Thomas A. Gaziano (Thomas A. Gaziano), financial incentives for patients and doctors to control cholesterol low density lipoprotein (LDL cholesterol) may be useful. The results of the Continue reading “A new study has shown the effectiveness of financing of the control of LDL cholesterol”
Scientists of Auckland and Aberdeen universities conducted massshtabno study, the results of which showed that taking vitamin D does not affect the bone health of a person, writes The Guargian.
The observation was carried out over 53 thousand members, most of them elderly women. For some time Continue reading “Vitamin D strengthens bones – the scientists”
Experts from the canadian McMaster University (McMaster University) re-analyzed data from about 40 randomized trials on various types of cancer, and found that progression-free survival (VBP) was not directly related to the quality and duration of life of the patient. The study is published in Continue reading “Drugs that inhibit the growth of ZNO, do not always lead to improving the quality of life of patients”
The surgeons of the hospital № 31 Department of health of Moscow carried out the first in Russia the Beger procedure – duodenojejunal resection of the pancreatic head using the robotized equipment “Da Vinci”. Usually this surgery is performed without the use of the robot and is used to treat Continue reading “Moscow surgeons have performed the Beger procedure on the robot “Da Vinci””
From 1 October 2018 in Georgia, come into force new rules aimed at reducing pollution of the environment. From that day it is prohibited to manufacture, import and sale of plastic bags with thickness less than 15 microns. Already in 2019, plastic bags fall under the total ban. Violators will be Continue reading “Why Georgia from October 2018 banned disposable plastic bags”
Biologists from the University of Pretoria (South Africa) presented the first cubs, which were obtained by artificial insemination. Cubs is Continue reading “In South Africa, was the first cubs received by artificial insemination”
Former Director of the Federal security service (FSS) Evgeny Murov, as in the performance of official duties, under a false name went to Switzerland for treatment. This is with reference to the sources writes political telegram-channel “Nesigur”.
The trip took place in may 2014. Moores had to Continue reading “The former head of the FSO Moores went for treatment to Switzerland under the name of Arkady Ivanov”
Scientists were able to figure out what is the reason for the endurance of the Sherpas and their quick adaptation to the conditions of the mountains. In the Himalayas hundreds of years living in the vicinity of Chomolungma, the majority of working guides for travelers. Even being at high altitude, Continue reading “Scientists have found the explanation for the endurance of the Himalayan Sherpas”
A clear relationship between the use of e-cigarettes and risk of lung cancer, reports “ridus”.
Discussion on the safety of wapow being the first year. Supporters of electronic cigarettes believe that fancy gadgets for Smoking are safer than conventional cigarettes. But opponents of electronic Continue reading “Electronic cigarettes cause lung cancer”