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Displaying items by tag: Disease

Tuesday, 05 October 2021 12:15

Landmark trial eliminates pest mosquito

An international collaboration between Australia’s national science agency CSIRO, University of Queensland (UQ), Verily Life Sciences, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute and James Cook University (JCU) has shown a bacteria can successfully sterilise and eradicate the invasive, disease carrying Aedes aegypti mosquito which is responsible for spreading dengue, yellow fever and Zika. 

Published in Health

Researchers from the CSIRO have claimed a word-first by processing one trillion points of genomic data through VariantSpark, an artificial intelligence-based platform, which can help pinpoint the location of specific disease-causing genes in the human genome.

Published in Health

Australia’s healthcare system must quickly incorporate technologies including remote consulting, wearable monitors and full digitisation if it is to meet the challenges of the coming decade, an investigation by the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) has found.

Published in Health

Criminals are taking advantage of the coronavirus outbreak according to analyst firm GlobalData which has revealed the spread of new malware by criminals raising fears about the disease.

Published in Security

The University of Adelaide has secured a federal government grant of $387,884 — part of total funding of $11.4 million — for resarch using machine learning techniques to find the earliest signs of disease that are difficult to detect visually from a CT scan.

Published in Health

Scientists at the Biotech Research & Innovation Centre (BRIC) in Denmark have used advanced genetic algorithims processed on a SGI supercomputer to discover how genetic diseases such as cancer systematically attack the networks controlling human cells.

Published in Health
Saturday, 24 July 2010 23:31

Couch potatoes die sooner

A study of over 120,000 U.S. adults by the American Cancer Society has shown that the more you sit around, the shorter your average life span. So, you better get up and do something.

 

Published in Health
Monday, 04 January 2010 19:12

Smoking increases chance of blindness in elderly

According to a U.S. study, the chance of age-related macular degeneration, a disease that can lead to blindness, is increased for older women who smoke.

Published in Health
Saturday, 22 August 2009 18:45

Got a longer life? CDC says Yes!

According to a September 12, 2007 news release from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) the average U.S. life expectancy has increased to 77.9 years.

Published in Health
A drug called Rapamycin is injected into humans to help lessen the rejection of a new organ. However, U.S. scientists found that it significantly extends the lifespan of invertebrates, and now mammals (mice). They are excited because further research may produce a way to delay the onset of cancer and other aging disease and, thus, produce longer lives in humans.

Published in Biology
A new research tool designed to increase the accuracy for determining the link between a person’s occupation and their risks of getting cancer, has been showcased to an international health research conference in the United States by a Queensland company which developed the software.

Published in Development
Monday, 01 June 2009 17:47

Can we cure diseases? We've leaped forward!

Lead by scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, a team of researchers has successfully shown that, in theory, human diseases can be cured using gene therapy and stem cells. There’s much more work to accomplish, but this research is highly important for eventually curing cancers and other such diseases.

Published in Biology
According to a U.S. study, a glass of 100% fruit juice every day can lower your risk from several diseases, along with helping you lose weight. Juices involving oranges, bananas, and other such fruits help to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Published in Health
Wednesday, 01 April 2009 19:29

Biologists boast: Bad bed bugs benign

According to research into the possibility that bed bugs transmit diseases to humans, Mississippi state researchers didn’t find it to be so, based on past scientific studies and research.

Published in Biology
A U.S. research team studied the rates of death and incidences of chronic diseases in a large number of women, and compared them with whether the women were optimistic or pessimistic, and either trusting or distrusting. So, do you see yourself mostly happy or sad, and do you trust or distrusts people?

Published in Health
NASA and USAID have expanded their global information system, called SERVIR, into Africa in order to provide African countries with previously inaccessible information on such national concerns as natural disasters, disease outbreaks, and climate change.

Published in Climate
An international team of researchers find that commercially raised chickens are missing over half of the genetic diversity that are still found in wild birds. Consequently, these factory birds can’t resist disease as well as their wild counterparts.

Published in Biology
Wednesday, 12 November 2008 05:24

Google using search to anticipate flu outbreaks

The flu season's arrived in the northern hemisphere, and Google reckons search patterns can provide early warnings of outbreaks.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 30 September 2008 23:06

MIT engineers pick an artificial nose

American biological engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge) have discovered a way to make an artificial nose in order to produce smell receptors in the laboratory--similar to the way a real nose smells.

Published in Health
According to a Johns Hopkins study on the relationship between alcohol use and sexual behaviors, women were found to be at a much higher risk from getting sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) when they binge drink alcoholic beverages. However, the same cannot be said of men.

Published in Health
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