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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by JhyMedex: 11:50pm On Sep 09, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by INVINCIBLECSP(m): 11:48am On Sep 10, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by Habyz(m): 12:19pm On Sep 10, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by Habyz(m): 12:25pm On Sep 10, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by dvae9ja(m): 2:56pm On Sep 10, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by Csavourcakes(f): 6:55pm On Sep 10, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by dvae9ja(m): 7:09pm On Sep 12, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by Maxvasia(m): 4:12pm On Sep 15, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by HealthnMedicare(f): 8:58pm On Sep 20, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by michecosmetic01(f): 11:24am On Sep 25, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by bjking(m): 9:39am On Sep 27, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by infonirt: 9:53am On Sep 28, 2017|
More and more diseases will be discovered. More than 1000 are discovered every year include those which cannot be cured. Many diseases are becoming drug resistant.
The best Solution is HEALTHY LIVING.
Your daily habits guarantee your overall health. Are you eating right?
We are conducting awareness seminars Nationwide. You should attend a Healthy Living Seminar to learn little things you can do daily to ensure better health, so you get to live longer whole saving medical cost with all this drugs and their side effects.
|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by nevachange(f): 9:39am On Sep 29, 2017|
|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by Healthblog123(m): 5:00pm On Oct 01, 2017|
*NATURAL PROTEIN MAY HELP TO PREVENT BLINDNESS*
Scientists may be on the brink of a new strategy to prevent blindness, after discovering a naturally occurring protein that protects the eye from one of the leading causes: glaucoma.
Glaucomais an umbrella term for a number of diseases that damage the optic nerve, which is the cluster of nerve fibers that links the retina - the light-sensitive tissue that lines the back of the eye - to the brain.
Optic nerve damage disrupts the transmission of visual signals to the brain, which can result in vision loss and blindness.
Glaucoma is most commonly caused by a buildup of eye pressure, which can damage the optic nerve. However, the precise mechanisms by which optic nerve damage occurs have been unclear, but researchers from Macquarie University in Australia may have shed some light.
The team found that a protein called neuroserpin plays a key role in retinal health, but that this protein is inactivated in glaucoma. They suggest that their findings may lead to much-needed strategies to prevent and treat the disease.
Lead study author Dr. Vivek Gupta, of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Macquarie University, and colleagues recently published their results in the journalScientific Reports.
Neuroserpin and glaucoma
Neuroserpin is already established as a protein that blocks the activity of an enzyme called plasmin, protecting neurons, or nerve cells, against plasmin-induced damage.
For their study, Dr. Gupta and colleagues set out to determine how neuroserpin and plasmin are affected by glaucoma.
The researchers came to their findings by analyzing retinal cells derived from humans with and without glaucoma, as well as retinas from rat models of the disease.
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A study suggests that vitamin B-3 could help to prevent glaucoma.
The analysis revealed that neuroserpin is deactivated in response to oxidativestress, which can be triggered by environmental factors such as air pollution.
Oxidativestressis an imbalance between the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) - which are molecules that can damage cell structures - and the body's ability to offset their harmful effects.
Interestingly, the researchers found that neuroserpin was inactive in retinal cells from glaucoma patients and in the retinas of glaucoma rat models, which prevented the protein from inhibiting plasmin activity.
"Over a long period of time," explains Dr. Gupta, "increased enzyme activity gradually digests the eye tissue and promotes cell death causing the adverse effects associated with glaucoma."
It is estimated that glaucoma affects around 2.2 million adultsaged 40 and older in the United States, and it is one of the country's leading causes of vision loss and blindness.
There is currently no cure for glaucoma, but there are treatments that can help to slow progression of the disease if it is detected early enough.
Dr. Gupta and team hope that their findings will open the door to new strategies that could help to prevent or treat glaucoma.
"Ophthalmologists and vision scientists have always wondered what damages the optic nerve in the back of the eyes, which is widely observed in glaucoma," notes study co-author Dr. Mehdi Mirzaei, of the Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences at Macquarie University.
"The breakthrough findings of this study," he adds, "help us understand the disease mechanism and answer a key question that has eluded scientists for several years."
"This long-term collaborative study has opened up a completely new line of investigation in glaucoma research that will lead to new treatment avenues for the disease."Dr. Vivek Gupta
In future studies, the team plans to investigate whether or not antioxidants- which are molecules that help to prevent cell damage caused by ROS - could be an effective treatment for glaucoma.
|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by Uhomanbulus110(f): 7:49pm On Oct 04, 2017|
|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by Syphonn(m): 11:44pm On Oct 11, 2017|
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|Re: Mycoplasma Genitalium: What To Know About The New Sexually Transmitted Disease by Syphonn(m): 2:14pm On Oct 12, 2017|
WHAT ARE MENSTRUAL CRAMPS?
The female uterus is a muscle which contracts during the menstrual cycle monthly. Often times this contraction can press against other blood vessels accidentally, ripping off the normal supply of oxygen and causing pains. Some females have reportedly opined that most menstrual cramps are not serious and don’t show that anything is wrong with their body, but they can still be frustrating. To set yourself from menstrual cramps, use pain relief drugs such as ibuprofen and a heating pad to deal with any immediate pain, and talk to your physician about ways to reduce menstrual cramps in the future.
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