Found 86 Articles for Medical Research & Studies

What is the importance of blood in human body?

Shanmukh Pasumarthy
Updated on 26-Apr-2022 11:52:11
The red liquid that circulates in the arteries and veins of humans and other vertebrate animals, carrying oxygen to and carbon dioxide from the tissues of the body is called blood. In vertebrates, it is made out of platelets suspended in blood plasma. Plasma, which constitutes 55% of blood liquid, is for the most part water and contains disseminated proteins, glucose, mineral particles, hormones, carbon dioxide.The blood cells are mostly RBC's, WBC's and platelets. The most copious cells in vertebrate blood are red platelets. These contain Hb, an iron-containing protein, which encourages oxygen tape drive by reversibly official to this ... Read More

What is Artificial Blood?

Shanmukh Pasumarthy
Updated on 26-Apr-2022 08:06:09
Artificial blood is a substance used to impersonate and satisfy functions of organic blood. It intends to give a contrasting option to blood transfusion, which is exchanging blood or blood-based items from one individual into another. Up to this point, there are no all around acknowledged oxygen-conveying blood substitutes, which is the average target of a red platelet transfusion.In any case, these are generally accessible non-blood volume expanders for situations where just volume rebuilding is required. These are helping specialists, and they maintain a strategic distance from the dangers of ailment transmission and invulnerable concealment, address the unending blood giver ... Read More

Does Cleft Chin add to your beauty?

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Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24
Most of the girls have a crush on a guy with the cleft chin, I guess. Cleft Chins or Butt chin, as experts say, are usually generic traits. They say that there are only 6% of people with butt chin and they get special attention because of their attractive look. Cleft chin undoubtedly makes a person look very attractive and quite unique, to which their smile adds more. By the way, a cleft is that chin which has a Y-shaped dimple in the middle, just like in the below picture.It’s The GenesCleft chin though genetic, it is a myth that ... Read More

Why do people always advise you to cry after a tragedy?

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Updated on 21-Apr-2022 08:07:41
Tragedies do happen in everyone’s life at some or other point of time. But the effect it has on our mind is really large. Many of us try to shut it down at some corner of our mind and try to get on with our daily life. This creates a whirlpool of deep depression in our mind where the excruciating emotional pain is tried to be compromised.Why Should We Cry?Crying is actually an emotional therapy. The stress and anxiety which a person goes through after a tragedy builds a heavy emotional cloud which cannot be carried for long. Tears are ... Read More

Is the latest WHO report an alarming bell for Indians in terms of our health?

Updated on 20-Apr-2022 12:32:03
Yes, the latest WHO report is not only alarming for us but also surfaces grave concerns the way we Indians are putting our health at the test. The report says the youngsters who form over 50% of the nation’s population are getting lazy. These youngsters are physically inactive compared to the youth of China, Nepal, Pakistan, and Myanmar. According to the report, the 34% population of the country is insufficient physically active.Before this, such a study was done in 2001 and then 32% people were found insufficient physically active. Then after 15 years, when the data was accumulated and analyzed ... Read More

What are the foods causing a huge drop in fertility in men and women?

Updated on 25-Jun-2020 11:41:27
According to recent studies, sperm count in men of the west has dropped by 60% in the past 40 years. 10% of women, on the other hand, are said to be affected with infertility. While one-third of the interfertility cases are due to women, another one-third is due to men. And, the major reason is said to be poor dietary habits.Infertility in menMen who drink a minimum of a quarter of cola on a regular basis report 30% lower sperm count than men who don't. Based on studies the caffeine and the high-fructose corn syrup in the cola are to ... Read More

What effects does intermittent fasting have on the human body?

Updated on 25-Jun-2020 11:50:39
Ok, so the long-tested typical Indian fasting pattern where we fast for the first half and gorge in the 2nd half has finally got an official version in the name of intermittent fasting. It's not about which food to eat or in what quantity, but it's instead a more systematic approach that stresses a healthy pattern than just eat right and then stop. I got to know about this recently and ran a quick search on the internet. That's when I discovered that intermittent fasting is divided into four variants. For the basics, you can drink liquids like tea, coffee, ... Read More

What are the different types of brain diseases occur in humans?

sahas salguti
Updated on 25-Jun-2020 14:50:04
The brain is considered to be one of the most important parts of the human body. The brain is part of the nervous system, and it includes a large network of neurons and nerves. It is also one of the largest and most complex organs in the human body.When your brain is damaged, it can affect different parts of your body, because your brain is made up of more than 100 billion nerves that communicate in trillions of connections called synapses.Different types of diseases occur in the human brain.Brain InjuriesGenerally, brain injuries are common when an accident takes place. Sometimes ... Read More

What are the different systems present in human body?

Shanmukh Pasumarthy
Updated on 19-May-2022 07:13:06
Various organs cooperate to perform out a typical function, similar to how the parts of your digestive system help in breaking the food particles down. The group of organs which perform a similar function is called an organ system. There are 11 noteworthy organ frameworks in the human body, which incorporate the circulatory, respiratory, stomach related, nervous, excretory and endocrine systems.Circulatory systemThe circulatory system is in charge of transporting blood in the body. It comprises the heart, veins, arteries, and capillaries. In the circulatory framework, blood is pumped from the heart to the lungs, so they'll get oxygen, and after ... Read More

What is the function of respiratory system?

Shanmukh Pasumarthy
Updated on 18-May-2022 10:27:52
The respiratory system is a progression of organs in charge of taking in oxygen and releasing out the carbon dioxide. The essential organs of the respiratory framework are lungs, which complete this trade of gasses as we breathe.RBC's gather the oxygen from the lungs and convey it to the parts of the body where it is required, as indicated by the American Lung Association. Amid the procedure, the red platelets gather the carbon dioxide and transport it back to the lungs, where it leaves the body when we breathe out.FunctionsInhalation and Exhalation − The respiratory system helps in breathing, likewise ... Read More