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Vildagliptin enhances restoration of salivary glands impaired by obese-insulin resistance.

A new study published in the Archives of Oral Biology hypothesized that that vildagliptin confers beneficial effects on the salivary gland impaired by obese insulin resistance via decreasing mitochondrial dysfunction apoptosis oxidative stress and inflammation. In this experiment 24 male Wistar rats were divided into two groups. Each group was fed with either a normal diet ND or a high fat diet HFD for 16 weeks. At week 13 the HFD fed rats were subdivided

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NIH launches PregSource, a crowdsourcing project to better understand pregnancy

The National Institutes of Health has launched PregSource a research project that aims to improve knowledge of pregnancy by collecting information directly from pregnant women on November 1 2017. Pregnant women can track their experiences through a secure and confidential website. By offering a more comprehensive picture of the pregnancy experience from normal pregnancies to those complicated by disease or other factors PregSource promises to inform

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A history of kidney stones is associated with metabolic and hypertensive complications during pregnancy

Results from a new study presented at ASN Kidney Week 2017 in New Orleans Louisiana suggest that a history of kidney stones may indicate an increased risk for metabolic and hypertensive complications during pregnancy and add support to a growing body of research linking kidney stones with systemic diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

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New clinical practice guidelines for seasonal allergic rhinitis

New clinical practice guideline for treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis SAR has been published November 7 2017 in Annals of Allergy Asthma and Immunology. The guidelines recommend that For initial treatment of SAR in adults clinicians should routinely prescribe monotherapy with an intranasal corticosteroid ICS rather than ICS in combination with an oral antihistamine. For initial treatment of SAR in adults clinicians should recommend an ICS over

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Govt. announces launch of a new Food Regulatory Portal

The Ministry of Food Processing Industries and FSSAI have announced a powerful new tool called Food Regulatory Portal. Planned as a single interface for food businesses to cater to both domestic operations and food imports this portal would be a game changer for effective and transparent implementation of the food safety laws in the country. Aiming to create an enabling environment for businesses to operate the portal is strategically aligned with

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Delhi schools, colleges to remain shut till Sunday as smog continues

he Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government has ordered the schools and colleges in Delhi to remain shut till Sunday due to alarming levels of pollution. The order in this regard was passed by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday. "Delhi's air quality is getting worse. In this situation, there can be no compromise on children's health," Sisodia, who is also the Education Minister, said in a tweet. The directive came as the air quality

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NEET PG 2018 is on 7th January 2018

National Board of Examinations (NBE) has notified National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for admission to MD/MS/Post Graduate Diploma Courses 2018 Academic Session (NEET PG 2018). The Examination is on 7th January 2018. Candidates can register for NEET PG 2018 through online from 31st October 2017 to 27th November 2017. For Information Bulletin and further details - log on to www.nbe.edu.in    

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Kala Azar linked with a new virus

Researchers have found evidence of an unknown virus that may be responsible for the persistence of Kala-azar or Visceral leishmaniasis. Though it is early to link the virus with this parasitic infection but its discovery would give way for a new kind of treatment regime and may help in eradication of the disease. Also a group of scientists from West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh in India, said that another parasite may be involved. Another parasite called

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Pterygium

A Pterygium is a triangular sheet of fibrovascular tissue over the conjunctiva, which invades the cornea. It has three parts - head or apex, neck and the body.  It frequently follows a Pinguecula. The nasal side is affected first but it may be bilateral. Numerous small opacities i.e. deposits of iron (Stockers Line) may lie in front of blunt apex of Pterygium.  It is a degenerative condition of the subconjunctival tissue which proliferates as vascularised

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Obstetrics & Gynecology : AICOG 2018 – 61st All India Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Obstetrics & Gynecology : AICOG 2018 - 61st All India Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology Date : 17th - 21st January 2018 Venue : Janata Maidan, Bhubaneswar, Odisha Contact : +91 986 114 1323 , +918551856993 , +919791490910 Email :  61staicog2018@gmail.com Web : www.aicog2018.org

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