Research: Laser therapy helps improve short term memory problems

BIRMINGHAM, UK: In a study that was recently published in Science Advances, laser light therapy was found to be successful in enhancing short-term memory. Researchers from Beijing Normal University and the University of Birmingham in the UK and China showed that non-invasive therapy can increase working memory in persons by up to 25 per cent. …

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Protein restriction may be useful in reducing obesity, diabetes: Study

WASHINGTON: According to a study, reducing protein consumption can help regulate metabolic syndrome and some of its key symptoms, such as obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure (hypertension). An article reporting the study is published in the journal Nutrients. Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of conditions that heighten the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke and …

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Antibodies that may lead to next-gen vaccines for all Covid strains found

LOS ANGELES: Scientists have identified antibodies that are effective against many different SARS-CoV-2 variants, an advance that paves the way for next-generation vaccines which could protect from different Covid-19 strains. The antibodies identified in monkeys by a team at The Scripps Research Institute in San Diego, US are also effective against other SARS viruses like …

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Study reveals leaving small kidney stones behind causes complications later

WASHINGTON: Small stones that don’t seem to be creating issues are frequently left behind when kidney stones are surgically removed from patients. Leaving these asymptomatic stones behind, however, dramatically raises the likelihood of a patient experiencing a relapse in the five years that follow, according to a recent randomised controlled research. The findings of the …

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Study describes how Covid-19 damages the brain

WASHINGTON: A study shows how SARS-CoV-2 infects brain cells called astrocytes, causing structural changes in the brain. Infection with SARS-CoV-2 can cause brain alterations and neurocognitive dysfunction, particularly in long Covid-19 syndrome, but the underlying mechanisms are elusive. Daniel Martins-de-Souza and colleagues used MRI to compare brain structure in 81 study participants recovering from a …

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