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Having a dog as a pet presents myriad of benefits. One of them is having a companion reputed for being charismatic and loyal. Dogs, apparently, render a “cure” when melancholy “strikes“. However, there are repercussions to avoid or deal with when handling a dog. One of the most important concerns when domesticating a dog is…

breast cancer cell
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According to World Health Organization, cancer is the second leading cause of death worldwide. The record showed that it caused about 9.6 million deaths last year (2018). Accordingly, one in every six deaths is attributed to cancer.[1] Cancer defined Cancer refers to the disease that arises from the faulty uncontrolled proliferation of cell, usually at…

human brain photo by Rev314159 flickr
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Death is inevitable to any entity that has life. When there is a beginning there ought to be an end.  However, the recent findings of a team of researchers seemed to paint a gray line between what’s supposedly dead and what’s alive. Accordingly, they were able to restore certain functions on pig brains that had…

RNA world hypothesis
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How did life start as we know it? In the scientific community, the “RNA World Hypothesis“ has many adherents. Many believed that life came about as a result of the existence of the simplest molecule, such as RNA. Perceptibly, RNA shows signs of somewhat being “alive” — at least in the sense that it carries…

FAAH-OUT gene mutation
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A Scottish woman claims that she has not experienced pain over some supposedly painful conditions, like a severe joint degeneration or a post-operation she underwent for her hand due to osteoarthritis. Accordingly, she never needed painkillers and her case astounded doctors. A baffling case Doctors were baffled when the 71-year old Scottish woman, Jo Cameron,…

Regeneration in humans
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Regeneration in humans is much more limited compared in other animals. Say for instance when one lost a limb, much as well say goodbye to it for the rest of one’s life. Perhaps, it would be nice if we have higher capacity to regenerate many of our indispensable body parts, like head, limbs, and many…

measles vaccine
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Many people are afraid of getting measles vaccine these days. The fear arises from the allegedly adverse effects of it, such as autism. However, this fear comes along with the resurgence of the dreaded measles outbreak. Consequently, measles once again takes many lives, especially of the children, who ought not die from such a preventable…

intermittent fasting
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In the advent of 2019, we are inspired to set new goals, pursue life-long dreams, or simply make better choices. Perhaps, one of the most common reveries we wish to realize is to be able to adopt a healthier kind of lifestyle. With this in mind, some of us look for ways to feel dutifully…

Antarctic realm
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Scientists found dead tardigrades beneath the Antarctica based on their report published of recent.[1] It was a surprising discovery since tardigrades have acquired the mark as the tiny infinities. They are so resistant to extreme conditions that they are thought of as some sort of “immortals“. Nonetheless, scientists found remains of tardigrades, together with crustaceans…

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Antibiotics are the most common compounds that are found in groundwater, surface water, drinking water and wastewater. Also, traces of these antibiotics found in sewage sludge, soil and sediments that caused concern to the environment. Besides, the emergence of antimicrobial resistance becomes the major health problem worldwide. Nonetheless, therapeutic used of antimicrobials in human and…

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