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Triclosan is a broad spectrum antibacterial or antifungal agent found in some consumer products. Such as in antiseptic soaps, toothpaste, detergents, cosmetics, plastic kitchenware, carpets, socks and toys. Pharmaceuticals and personal care products raise concerns in recent years about triclosan potential threats to human health and ecosystem. The demand of triclosan globally continues to increase…

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Based on new updates about E.coli outbreaks the CDC extends its warning to include all types of romaine lettuce. It avoids consumers to eat romaine lettuce growing from Yuma, Arizona. And discourage the consumer to buy at grocery store unless proven that it is not come from the same region. Mostly the packaging of the…

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Autism spectrum disorder is a neurodevelopmental conditions caused by different combinations of genetic and environmental influences. The mechanism underlying its etiology and the factors associated at the onset of progression are multi-factorial. Autisms are range of conditions distinguished by unreasonable social skills, difficulty in speech, repetitive behaviors and unique strengths. However, some research study reveals…

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Hold on to your seats, gentlemen — the male chromosome (Y chromosome) is slowly disappearing at a relatively fast rate and it might be gone completely in the future. This presumption is based on the genetic studies on the Y chromosome. It used to be genetically the same as the X chromosome. However, it has…

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Human brain contains highly connected regions called “hubs” that are very important for efficient neuronal signaling and communication. In mature individual hubs are constantly found in precuneus, cingulate gyrus, frontal cortex and interior parietal regions. Evidences reveal that because of this highly functional human brain, the hubs support information integration for complex cognitive function. In…

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The Mary River Turtle has been named recently as one of the species on the brink of extinction. That is according to the Evolutionary Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE) Reptiles list of Zoological Society of London. Some would probably shrug it off with a gibbering murmur that the rule of the game is, by the…

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Nanotechnology is a growing discipline in tech economy wherein nanoparticles became part of everyday life. Nanoparticles a substance having a size less than 100nm used mostly in industrial products including clothing, cosmetics, foods and drugs. Although it shows adverse effects on humans, animal and environment but different properties of it are useful for many applications.…

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Atta bisphaerica are group of grass cutting ants that normally found at the Cerrado biome particularly in Brazilian savanna. It is an ancient biome comprising thousands species of plants, animals and fungi. Atta bisphaerica nest are visible externally with mound of loose soil showing a large number of holes inside. In which tunnels are made…

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Scientists found, apparently by accident, a new biological organ and they want it called “interstitium“. The discovery was published in Scientific Reports and authored by Dr. Petros Constantinos Benias and others.1 They described this new biological “organ” as a set of fluid-filled, interconnected spaces supported by collagen and elastin connective tissue proteins located just beneath…

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Nicotinamide riboside gained traction as a recent study conducted by a team of scientists from University of Colorado Boulder reported the first clinical trial research. The results implicate potential health benefits of nicotinamide riboside supplementation, especially among middle-aged and older adults. One of its major benefits is it boosts nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+), which, in…

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