Biostatisticians are a growing field that emerges both biology and statistics in order to develop new observations, ideas, and accomplishments in these subjects. According to the US Bureau, job openings are expected to grow by an incredulous 34% in the next 10 years. This increase is directed by the vast growth of the health sector, [...]
According to studies conducted by medical scientists and researchers in the United States, artificial intelligence is developing a much more influential role than it has held in previous years. How, specifically? By diagnosing the genetic disorders of any patient, just by examining a picture of their face. It seems quite simple; yet, the efficiency this [...]
A Salmonella bacteria infection is caused by contamination of food or water. Under cooked food and water contamination with feces are two of the most common occurrences of this bacterial infection. The effects of Salmonella are a fever, diarrhea, and cramps in the abdominal region. Most people have heard of or known about Salmonella infections, [...]
Intermittent Fasting is an eating pattern where you cycle between periods of eating and fasting. Countless studies show that it can amazing benefits to the brain and body. Intermittent Fasting can help you lose weight and fat Intermittent fasting will make you take in fewer calories (unless you cheat!!). Additionally intermittent fasting increases hormone function [...]
A newly developed drug is utilizing a molecule that can kill bacteria that are resistant to most other common antibiotics. These deadly strains, often called superbugs, have emerged in the last few decades as more and more antibiotics are being used for a wide range of illnesses and in agriculture. Because of natural selection, the [...]
Hello friends! I will be embarking on a 10+ part post series summarizing current research on Genome Editing and CRISPR. Then I will be moving onto its applications in various diseases such as Cancer. The first few posts will be my summary of research articles that came out in the past few years to get [...]
A clinical trial has begun, led by Queen Mary University of London and Barts Health NHS Trust, which will use Stem Cell Transplants to grow a new immune system for people suffering from Crohn's Disease, a chronic inflammatory disease of the intestines.