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- Dr. Yamanaka’s Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells, Should He Be Awarded Nobel Prize for Ethics too!
Dr. Yamanaka who is sharing this years’ Nobel Prize for Physiology/Medicine with Sir John B. Gurdon is being lauded as a person who has brought to fore the plausibility of adult stem cell research as opposed to embryo stem cell research which has always been embroiled in ethical controversies. This is the first time [...]
- Rethinking Sleep: Analyzing Eight-hour Sleep Pattern with Dr. Michael Perlis
While I was reading the opinion article in New York Times titled, ‘Rethinking Sleep’ which analysed the eight-hour long sleep norm for adults, I found my thoughts resonating with that of the author, David K. Randall. However, hard I try I never manage the 8-hour continuous sleep pattern! The author David K. Randall, opines that, [...]
- Walk More Lower Diabetes Risk: Study By Amanda Fretts et.al.
New research finds that people who walk more are less likely to get diabetes, reports Reuters. The study has been published in the journal Diabetes Care, and forms part of increasing evidence that for people in the high-risk category with low activity levels, any little amount of physical exercise can help. A general rule of [...]
- Cure Talk’s Interview With Dr. Richard J. Ablin – Robert Benjamin Ablin Foundation For Cancer Research and More – Part 3
We come to the concluding part of CureTalk’s interview with the eminent scientist, Dr. Richard. J. Ablin (read part 1 andpart 2), where he talks about Warren Buffet’s recent prostate cancer diagnosis, advice to people who believe in PSA screening, and his cancer research foundation. Me: Tell us about the Robert Benjamin Ablin Foundation for [...]