Infection Increased in Schools, Scientific Committee Member Suggests ‘Mask’

– Member of the Ministry of Health Coronavirus Scientific Committee Prof. Dr. Sema Kultufan Turan stated that children who get sick should not be sent to school in the first 48-72 hours when transmission is active, and said, “Schools may recommend their students to wear masks during periods of intense respiratory tract infections. This way, … Read more

How does touch relieve pain? Scientific study explain

When a person presses on the temples or the back of the head to soothe a feeling of pain in the head or rubs the elbow after unexpectedly bumping into a hard object, it often brings some relief. According to Neuroscience News, it is believed that pain-responsive cells in the brain calm down when neurons … Read more

Mounjaro (Tirzepatide), a Double Targeted Therapy Innovation for Type 2 Diabetes – Latest Scientific and Practical Based Pharmaceutical Info

Farmasetika Magazine – Mounjaro (Tirzepatide) is an antidiabetic drug with a role twincretin or a dual agent as an agonist for 2 hormones in the form of GIP and GLP-1. Due to its dual agent nature, Mounjaro (Tirzepatide) can increase its effectiveness in inducing insulin secretion and weight loss through increasing the incretin effect of … Read more

Whooping Cough Vaccination in Pregnancy and Outstanding Scientific Questions

A recent article published in Vaccines summarizes the data presented and the meeting discussions regarding pertussis vaccination in pregnancy (ViP). The article also presents a review of the literature on this subject. Study: Pertussis vaccination in pregnancy: A consensus statement on behalf of the Global Pertussis Initiative. Image credit: Kateryna Kon/Shutterstock Despite the availability of … Read more

Stanford president under investigation for scientific misconduct

President of Stanford University in California is under internal investigation for scientific misconduct, says the american site Stat News. A renowned neuroscience researcher, Marc Tessier-Lavigne signed between 2001 and 2008 four articles in major journals, including two as senior author, containing figures that were probably duplicated or retouched. It was microbiologist Elisabeth Bik, a renowned … Read more

Venezuela seeks the practice of scientific methods to build well-being and good living

The Vice President of Science, Technology, Education and Health, Gabriela Jiménez, assured that Venezuela seeks in the daily practice of the scientific method and popular knowledge the appropriate answers to build well-being and good living. «We talk about well-being and good living because the concept of development, which they gave us, has shown us, in … Read more

Regenerative medicine one of the main attractions on the Scientific Route at the IVIC

Students from the José Gil Fortoul District Educational Unit and the Vicente Emilio Sojo Bolivarian District School toured the Venezuelan Institute of Scientific Research (IVIC), which is part of the Scientific Route of the National Scientific Seedbeds program, promoted by the Ministry of Popular Power for Science and Technology, to observe advances in regenerative medicine … Read more

What Happened If Dinosaurs Didn’t Go Extinct? Scientists Have the Picture

Merdeka.com – About 66 million years ago, the Earth, which was ruled by various species of dinosaurs, had to undergo major changes. The change occurred when an asteroid as large as 10 kilometers with a force of 10 billion atomic bombs hit Earth. The blow caused earthquake earth, tsunami, to the death of 90 percent … Read more

Vincent Pavan denounces two years of scientific fraud

Invited by the association Unity is strength 88, researcher and mathematician Vincent Pavan* gave a lecture at Épinal: “Covid-19: mathematical and epidemiological corruptions”. A thorough dissecting of the scientific frauds of the crisis. Vincent Pavan, researcher and mathematician (DR) “We can debate everything, except the figures” asserted peremptorily the government advertising for the summer of … Read more