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IIT Research Mandi Decode How Excessive Sugar Consumption Causes Fatty Liver Disease | Study

A team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mandi has discovered the molecular mechanism by which excessive sugar consumption leads to fatty liver disease. According to the research team Research will encourage people to reduce their sugar intake to stop nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in its early stages. The research, which comes at a time when …

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Disadvantages of throwing away masks: the return of colds, flu.

“Most of us get sick from masks. not just a mask but a combination of masks Most of the people who work from home social distancing All measures taken last year,” said Dr. Joshua Barocas, an infectious disease physician at Boston Medical Center. But as vaccination rates increase and such preventive measures are gradually lifted, other viruses will begin to …

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Donald Trump Jr. Rips Anthony Fauci in Lisa Boote Interview

(Samuel Corum, Erin Scott-Pool/Getty Images) Donald Trump Jr. go to the doctor Anthony Fauci During an interview with Lisa Booth — condemned him as “Government bureaucrats in lab coats” who “died” in response to the coronavirus pandemic After opening the list claiming that “Every negative news about President Trump is a lie,” Booth invited Trump Jr. to continue discussing media …

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Don’t drink more than several cups of coffee a week, the study says.

Many of us can’t get through a day without a cup of coffee. There’s a reason for that, of course: Caffeine is a natural stimulant that can help you stay alert and prevent the onset of fatigue, according to Healthline, but relying on coffee sometimes means drinking several cups of coffee every day. day And although that might be good …

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Delta coronavirus variant doubles hospitalization risk: Scotland study – POLITICO

The delta coronavirus strain, first identified in India, has more than double the risk of hospitalization compared to the alpha variant first identified in the UK, according to Scottish research published today. Although vaccination prevents about 70 percent of hospitalizations, important people should get a second dose because protection shortly after the first dose is limited. The author emphasizes Chris …

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British experts warn Headaches and sore throats from COVID

Main symptoms of COVID-19 It seems to have changed By now there was a headache and sore throat rather than a fever and cough. As warned by experts in the UK Tim Spector, a professor of genetic epidemiology who tracks symptoms throughout the pandemic told the telegraph that “Now COVID is acting differently. It’s more like a cold.” Professor King’s …

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Live with COVID-19 when restrictions are lifted

Although California is preparing to open the economy But it’s too early to declare victory against COVID-19, instead scientists will learn to live in uncomfortable places. Viruses are here to stay. But it will cause less harm over time. Although the risks still exist But it will be low enough to tolerate. Viruses will join the ranks of Other coronaviruses …

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Live: Coronavirus Daily News Update June 14: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and around the world.

while patients with COVID-19 continued to decline throughout the country. Some experts have warned that regions with low vaccination rates may face an increase in other cases. One reason for the current decline is that people with the disease have developed natural immunity. But their defense could be weakened, the Associated Press reported on Sunday. Without widespread vaccination in fragile …

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for some offices Plan to return to work to embrace the past : NPR

Amanda Cavallaro’s job is to keep 40,000 species of fruit flies alive. She is one of the few Janelia employees who never stopped working in the plague. Sarah Silbiger for NPR hide subtitles switch subtitles Sarah Silbiger for NPR Amanda Cavallaro’s job is to keep 40,000 species of fruit flies alive. She is one of the few Janelia employees who …

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