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Organised by the United Kashmir People's National Party (UKPNP) at John Knox Center, the participants including intellectuals and researchers discussed about radicalism, exploitation of resources, enforced disappearances and other issues concerning the region.
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Researchers have found that adolescents who report strong relationships with their parents have better long-term health outcomes.
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We can tell that giving high doses of antibiotics to patients with serious infections causes their health, skin, and cancer symptoms to improve. But once we stop giving them antibiotics, the symptoms and staphylococci quickly return. Patients experience many adverse effects, and some risk ge
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CAR T-cell treatments, which are specifically designed to target cancer cells, has heralded a new era in the treatment of human cancers, particularly hematologic malignancies. But all too frequently, they exhibit a disconcerting characteristic derived from the immune system's own cells: a sh
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Researchers at the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences characterize how the enzyme PCYT2 affects muscle health in disease and aging in laboratory mouse models. The findings are published on in Nature Metabolism.
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Isolated from other cells in a laboratory dish, tumour cells won't reveal their actual nature. Rice University researchers created an improved tumour model that houses osteosarcoma cells alongside immune cells known as macrophages inside a three-dimensional framework designed to simulate bon
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There have been reports of an increase in cases of gestational diabetes, but a recent British Columbian study indicated that the majority of the surge can be attributed to improvements in screening procedures.
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A recent study headed by York University researchers discovered a relationship between shift work and frailty among middle-aged and older employees in Canada, particularly among women on rotating hours.
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An abrupt drop in blood pressure and body temperature is a key feature of the severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis, causing people to faint and, if untreated, potentially die. That response has long been attributed to blood vessel dilation and leakage. However, in a mouse study, res
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Understanding the factors that promote the growth of beneficial bacterial species known as "good" bacteria in the gut may enable medical interventions that promote gut and overall human health. Yale researchers have discovered a novel mechanism by which these bacteria colonise the gut in a n
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An abrupt drop in blood pressure and body temperature is a key feature of the severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis, causing people to faint and, if untreated, potentially die.
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Researchers at Houston Methodist demonstrated another link between high cholesterol and female infertility in sterile mice by lowering high levels of circulating cholesterol with a bacterial protein.