Artificial Intelligence predicts heart disease deaths better than doctors

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 05 : According to a latest study, a recent model developed using Artificial Intelligence (AI) can better predict the risk of death in patients with heart disease than the existing models designed by medical experts.
The study adds to the growing evidence that AI could revolutionise…

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Children born through assisted reproductive technologies, vulnerable to hypertension

Washington DC, [USA] Sep 04 : Turns out, that children who are born with the help of Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) are more vulnerable to developing arterial hypertension in their formative years.
Researchers at the University Hospital in Bern, Switzerland confirmed that the most common form of ART In Vitro Fertilization…

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Study uncovers method to treat cocaine abuse

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 3 : According to a study, bile acids – which are critical for digestion and absorption of fats and fat-soluble vitamins in the small intestine – could reduce the desire for cocaine.
Researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and the University of Alabama at Birmingham suggest that…

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Biodegradable plastics offer new options for disposal

Washington D.C. [USA] Sept 1 : How easy would life become if the plastic you threw in your household composting bin start producing power for your home?
Researchers have taken a step toward this futuristic scenario by showing that certain blends of bioplastics can decompose under diverse conditions.
Plastic waste…

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This could lead to loss of brain cells in old age

Washington D.C [USA], Sep 01 : A recent study has highlighted the importance and activities of the so-called microglial cells in brain aging.
The CB1 receptor is responsible for the intoxicating effect of cannabis. However, it appears to act as a kind of “sensor” with which neurons measure and…

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