#Week2 4th May to 10th May Health News Summarised – 2020

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Blood monitoring a possible new infection prevention device

Researchers have established a novel method to identifying an individual’s immunity to an infectious disease — offering useful knowledge about when and when an person was exposed to the infection

A ‘Consciousness Conductor’ synchronizes and connects regions of the mouse brain

New work indicates that the claustrum regulates slow-wave brain activation which is typical of sleep and sleeping states. Silent and active state synchronization across large parts of the brain.

Work indicates that animals profit from social isolation to avoid disease

Researchers have discovered evidence that maintaining physical distance is necessary to minimize the spread of microbes among individuals. In the wild monkeys have been studied to understand the phenomenon.

Connection between the inflammation of blood vessels and the malfunctioning of cellular powerhouses

Scientists also discovered a novel mechanism by which mitochondrial fission defects in endothelial cells lead to cardiovascular system inflammation and oxidative stress.

Good eating habits in children Can reduce the risk of obesity and heart disease in adults

Encouraging children to make their own food decisions in a structured environment that focuses on healthy food choices has been linked to better nutrition for the childhood and healthier lifelong care.

Men’s blood contains higher amounts of enzymes that support COVID-19 infectious cells

Data from a major survey in 11 European countries affecting several thousand patients indicates that men have higher levels of angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) in their blood than women.

New Triple Antiviral Drug Cocktail Shows early promise in Phase 2 Randomized Trial for COVID-19 therapy

A recent report presents the first proof that early treatment with combined antiviral therapy with interferon beta-1b, lopinavir-ritonavir, and ribavirin along with normal medication is effective and shortens.

Individualized Microbial Strains Mosaics Move from Maternal to Baby Gut

A microbiome ‘fingerprint’ method was used by researchers to report that an individualized mosaic of microbial strains is transmitted from a mother to the infant gut microbiome

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