The study supports the recognition of sepsis as a cardiovascular risk factor

Developing sepsis during nonsurgical recovery is associated with a significantly increased risk of cardiovascular disease and death, according to a new study from the Mayo Clinic.1 Analyzing data from more than two million adults in the United States who survived a two-night, nonsurgical hospital stay, study results indicate that sepsis was associated with a 27% … Read more

Cancer risk: “A change in bowel habits and a non-healing ulcer should never be left unchecked.”

In 2022, approximately 14,16,427 people will be diagnosed with cancer. Lung and breast cancer were the most common types of cancer. In India, cancer cases are on the rise. Data shows that one in nine people is likely to develop cancer in his/her life.Dr. Rakesh MP, Assistant Professor, Medical Oncology, Amrita Hospital shares, “Cancer is … Read more

Omega-3 fatty acids from fish may reduce the risk of chronic kidney disease

Post on PinterestResearch has shown that omega-3s from seafood can improve kidney health. Pham Hung / Getty Images Chronic kidney disease affects 1 in 10 people worldwide and, if left untreated, can lead to kidney failure. Diet, exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight can help prevent or manage the condition. A new study suggests that … Read more

Printed Circuit Board Market By 2018-2027 | Demand, trends, opportunities, challenges, risk factor analysis, competitive situation

Douglas Insights The report also enlightens the readers with the ongoing market trends and analysis. It also contains descriptive profiles of some of the more well-known companies, which include TTM Technologies, Samsung Electro-Mechanics, and Nok Corp. and Meiko Electronics Co., Ltd. Ltd. and CMK Corp. and Advanced Circuits. Douglas — Isle of Man, Jan. 23, … Read more

Combining multiple maps shows novel genetic risk factors for blindness

Composite of an embryonic mouse eye cup (E14.5) labeled with antibodies against the developmental transcription factors Lhx2 (red) and Otx2 (green), and human retinal pigmented epithelium (RPE) labeled with antibodies against MITF (red) and ZO-1 (green). . (Images by Mazal Cohen-Gulkar, composites by Ruth Ashery-Padan, Ph.D.) Combining a map of gene-regulatory loci with disease-associated loci, … Read more

Genetic risk, lifestyle factors can lead to the onset of IBD in adults

According to a new report, independently modifiable genetic risks and lifestyle factors are associated with the risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) during adulthood. In addition, adhering to a healthy lifestyle was associated with an almost 50% lower risk of Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis in people at high genetic risk. “Although the onset … Read more

The risk of major landslides is increasing in the Berkeley Hills

Landslide that fell on a house at 966 Middlefield Street. In the Berkeley Hills on Monday, January 16, 2023. Credit: Kelly Sullivan On a Monday morning, with the soil of Berkeley saturated with weeks of relentless rain, a massive stream of mud, trees, roots, and debris shot off the hillside of Olivet College and fell … Read more

Fast food consumption may increase the risk of liver disease

Post on PinterestRegular consumption of fast food may have harmful effects on the liver. Image credit: B&J/Stocksy Fast food poses certain health risks when consumed regularly, and experts are working to understand its full risks, particularly with regard to liver health. A recent study found that eating 20% ​​or more of your daily food intake … Read more

Managing Project Portfolio Risk: Learn the Basic Principles

Major global events such as supply chain disruptions, the pandemic and the war in Ukraine have disrupted businesses across industries. Organizations that practice effective project portfolio management were in a better position to overcome the impacts because they continually identify, analyze, monitor and prioritize risk factors affecting projects across the enterprise. Although many companies practice … Read more