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Popular E-cigarette Flavoring May Impair Lung Functioning

Published Date: 2018-05-25

According to a new study, scientists notify that a common flavoring compound used in e-cigarettes – cinnamaldehyde, which is the substance that provides cinnamon its characteristic odor and flavor – significantly disrupts the cell physiology of lungs in ways that may lead to the development and

Complaints Against Facebook and Google Regarding Breach of GDPR Laws

Published Date: 2018-05-25

Complaints have been recorded against Facebook, Google, Instagram and WhatsApp in a few hours of the new GDPR data protection law producing results. The organizations are blamed for driving clients to agree to targeted ads to utilize the services. Security group noyb.eu drove by lobbyist Max Schrems

Surgery Targeting Renal Nerves Significantly Reduces Blood Pressure

Published Date: 2018-05-24

According to a recent clinical trial held in the UK by the Barts Health NHS Trust and Queen Mary University of London has demonstrated that a surgery that focuses on the nerves connected to the kidney brought a significant reduction in blood pressure in hypertension patients. If the results of the

Bioengineered Gel Succeeded to Regrow Brain Tissue in an Experiment

Published Date: 2018-05-24

In a new finding, another stroke-recuperating gel regrew neurons and veins in mice with stroke-harmed brains, UCLA analysts report in the 21st May publication of Nature Materials. "We tried this in research center mice to decide whether it would cure the brain in a model of stroke, which turned out

E-cigarettes Carry Higher Formaldehyde Risk than Thought Before

Published Date: 2018-05-23

E-cigarettes or electronic cigarettes have remained at the forefront of extensive research activities over the years as anti-smoking campaigners touted them as a good alternative to conventional cigarettes while researchers denied to give the products a clean chit due to absence of detailed

What Amazon Says about Giving its Face recognition Technology to Police Force?

Published Date: 2018-05-23

Amazon defended working with US police to give facial recognition innovation, in the midst of concern from civil right groups. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and others, said the retail giant Rekognition software guide "read like a client manual for authoritarian observation". However,

Childhood Cancer is Caused by Missing Microbe, Study Says

Published Date: 2018-05-22

Britain's most famous researchers says that our advanced germ-free life is the reason for the most widely recognized kind of cancer among children. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia influences one out of 2,000 children. Prof Mel Greaves, from the Institute of Cancer Research, has amassed 30 years of

New Elastic Material Could Lead to Self-healing Machines

Published Date: 2018-05-22

A number of organisms are known to possess the ability of repairing themselves. Thanks to the invention of a new material, manufactured machines can also very well be able to have this capability now. According to the results of a study that were published in the journal Nature Materials this week,

AI to Be a Significant weapon in Battling Cancers, Prime minister to Say

Published Date: 2018-05-21

The diagnosis of tumor and different ailments in the UK can be changed by utilizing artificial intelligence, Theresa May stated. The NHS and technology organizations should utilize AI as "another weapon" in its research, the PM will suggest in a meeting later. Specialists say it can be utilized to

New Tool Helps better Understand Links between Mutant RNA and Diseases

Published Date: 2018-05-21

Engineers at the Oregon State University have designed a big-data annotation computer program that can parse RNA structures, also including the highly complex RNAs that contain psuedoknot so more precise, objective, and easy-to-interpret description of all psuedoknots, stems, and loops is possible.