Save the dates for International Epidemiology Conference in Dubai

The 7th Epidemiology and Public Health Conference will take place Monday, 17 June, through Tuesday, 18 June, at Dubai UAE. For this year the conference theme is “Global Health a major topic of concern in Epidemiology Research and Public Health study”.
If you attended the 2018 conference, then you know that you’re in the journey for an incredible experience. You’ll come across the latest trends; there will be an exchange of ideas and answers to critical questions. Attending this conference will help you make valuable connections that will support you and upgrade your career for years to come. The 2019 conference will explore new challenges and opportunities in Epidemiological studies, Biostatistics Public health Research.
Health Management is the leading event where attendees are exposed to a wide array of specializations, from Human Health condition to Prevention and disease control and Veterinary Public Health.

Scientific session:Track 1: Epidemiology and Public HealthTrack 2: Health a…

Epidemiology of HIV-1 TDR (Transmitted Drug Resistance)

Just a limited quantity of surveillance drug-resistance mutations (SDRMs) are accountable for most occurrences of non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI)- along with nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI)-associated resistance, along with most strains of HIV-1 transmitted drug resistance (TDR) in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) plus south/southeast Asia (SSEA) emerged separately, concurring to a study conducted. The study gave the conclusion that after analyzing the individual virus sequences from around 287 other studies that have been conducted.
These conclusions have suggested for TDR surveillance and control. Only a few of NNRTI-resistance mutations are responsible for a high percentage of high-level resistance recommends that selection for these limited high-prevalence mutations could identify most patients with TDR prior to the start of therapy. The judgment that the majority of TDR strains emerged independently rather than resulting from endemic strains that…

A novel diagnostic device with Simple test detects disease-carrying mosquitoes, presence of bio pesticide.

A novel diagnostic device has been developed by researchers that can effortlessly, rapidly and cheaply distinguish whether a mosquito belongs to the species that carry dangerous diseases such as Zika virus, dengue, chikungunya or yellow fever. It can also reveal whether the bug has come into contact with a mosquito-control strategy acknowledged as Wolbachia. Several of these diseases are scattering in areas where they weren't common earlier than. Having surveillance is significant in concurrence with any kind of outburst, and this way allows a quick test in the area. The device uses a smartphone camera, a small 3D-printed box, and a basic chemical examination to demonstrate whether a dead mosquito belongs to the Aedes aegypti variety. Aedes aegypti carries Zika and other distressing viruses that torment an estimated 100 million inhabitants around the world each year. The species, in addition, is closely connected to the tripling of cases of mosquito-borne infections in the United S…

Diabetes Risk: Due to Sweetened Drinks than Other Sugary Foods

The result insinuates that fruit and other foods containing fructose appear to have no dangerous effect on blood glucose levels, at the same time as sweetened drinks and some other foods that add extra "nutrient poor" energy to diets might have destructive effects. "These discoveries might assist guide suggestions on significant food sources of fructose in the prevention and managing of diabetes" was interpreted by the researcher in the Clinical Nutrition and Risk Factor Modification. "But the level of the evidence is little and additional high-quality studies are essential." The part of sugars in the advancement of diabetes and heart disease draws in widespread debate and increasing evidence recommends that fructose could be predominantly harmful to health. Fructose is present naturally in a variety of foods, including whole fruits and vegetables, honey and natural fruit juices.In addition, it is also added externally to foods, such as breakfast cereals, so…

Nano medicine: In the Evolving Generation

Nanomedicine is the branch of Nanotechnology which is a combination of Medicine and Nanotechnology. Its addition to the medicinal field has seen much revolutionary application that outcasted the conventional method of treating diseases. Some of the important tools of Nanomedicine include Biocompatible Nanopolymers, molecular science, bioelectric sensors, Nanorobots etc. These elements form the core of Nanomedicine and innovative applications such as diagnosis, delivery, sensing or actuation purposes in living organisms.

The most recent advancement in Nanomedicine is happening in this decade saving millions of lives from various deadly diseases like cancer, AIDS etc.The nanoparticles whose size is 10,000 times smaller than the diameter of the human hair can help in restoring the normal cell functioning as it eliminates the pain enduring chemotherapy procedures where it targets the cancer cells specifically. Many years from now the diagnosis of lung cancer and detection of flu in humans …

Probiotics are Effective in the Battle against Infectious Disease Prevention and Control

Probiotics may possibly a comparatively safe, simple, and low-cost solution for avoiding Clostridium difficile infections (CDI) in healing center settings, concurring to two studies, today in Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology. Both studies illustrate that treating patients who got antibiotics with multi-strain probiotics showed lessen CDI occurrence rates over the period. Although it's not an ideal way out for a bacterium that has proven very challenging to prevent and treat, probiotics might offer patients another thread of defense. Researchers worked through clinical trialists commencing 12 countries that readily shared they're statistical data to conduct an individual patient data meta-analysis and they illustrated that everyone should be considering probiotics as a possible approach for preventing CDI in patients. The investigation on the synthesis of randomized controlled trials to establish whether probiotics reduced the probability of CDI in adults and childre…

Epilepsy research links mossy brain cells to memory loss and seizures

A minor group of cells in the brain can have a big consequence on seizures and memory in a mouse model of epilepsy. Concurring to a novel study in Discipline, deficiency of mossy cells may be a factor to raging seizures in temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) and also memory problems often experienced by individuals with the disease.
The function of mossy cells in epilepsy has been wrangled about for decades. This study uncovers how significant these cells are in the disease, and the research indicates that avoiding loss of mossy cells or discovering methods to activate them may be potential therapeutic targets. Mossy cells, named for the dense moss-like protrusions that mask their surface, are situated in the hippocampus, a brain region that is known to play key roles in remembrance. Loss of mossy cells is linked with TLE, but it is unidentified what role that plays in the disease. By means of state-of-the-art tools, researchers were able to turn mossy cells on and off to trail their impacts …