Biotech Articles
Publish Your Research Online
Get Recognition - International Audience

Request for an Author Account   |   Login   |   Submit Article

Most Recent Healthcare Articles.
  • Salmonellosis in Poultry Birds    By: Dr. Abhishek Kumar Singh

    Salmonellosis is one of the major foodborne illness in poultry industry. It is affecting the industry every year and causing a lot of loss to the farmers. Recent management approaches are very useful for its control. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Enhancement of Indoor Environment through Interiorscaping    By: Thaneshwari Thakur

    Interiorscaping is the art and science of growing and arranging plants indoors. It involves the selection, placing and maintenance of plants to improve and enhance the appearance of the indoor environment. Using plants for indoor decoration is not a new idea. Plants in the past were used mainly for their aesthetic purpose, as a hobby or for fashion. Today, plants apart from their aesthetic benefits are used for economic, architectural and most recently for health benefits. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Therapeutic Garden - Garden in Hospitals and other Health Care Setting    By: Thaneshwari Thakur

    A garden can be described as being therapeutic in nature when it has been designed to meet the needs of a specific user or population. These gardens are less focused on healing in a spiritual context (although it may have that effect) and more focused on ameliorating a disease. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Brief Idea of Medical Test and its Interpretation    By: Sumit Kumar Dubey

    The idea about the Interpretation of medical test results is very useful for the detection of diseases or dysfunction of organs for further comprehensive diagnosis >> Category: Healthcare
  • Mechanisms of Resistance against Cancer Chemotherapy    By: Susmita Das

    Chemotherapy appears to be challenging aspect in the current scenario of rapid resistance factors acquired by the cells due to epigenetic and genetic changes. This article highlights the possible mechanisms underlying the emergence of resistance and delivers an idea of targeting those factors for combination therapy. In the future, it may be beneficial in terms of healthcare systems and newer drug development. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Mirror Neurons - Reinventing Brain Plasticity    By: Nazish Mustafa

    Motor impairment and disabilities in patients are strongly needed to be overcome with proper neuro rehab approach based on scientific breakthroughs like mirror neurons. They are activated only by simple action observation which can rehabilitate and recover the motor deficits impaired individuals with smart neuro rehab planning by using mirror neuronal mechanism successfully. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Prospects of Bergenia : A medicinal herb (Pashanbhed)    By: Preeti Choudhary

    Bergenia is a small group of hardy perennials growing wild plant found from Afghanistan to southeast Tibet and the Himalayas. The rhizomes of these plants are used in the indigenous system of medicines, for therapy of cough and pulmonary diseases, to stop bleeding, to increase immunity and to dissolve kidney or bladder stones. Different active compounds found in this plant show an interesting biological activity, and antibacterial, antiviral, cytoprotective and antioxidant effects. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Economic Loss due to Zoonotic Disease in Humans and Dairy animals    By: Dr. H. R. Meena

    Zoonotic diseases are highly contagious leading to economic loss as well as life of human and dairy animals. In order to avoid these losses hygienic environment must be maintained in cattle shed, care should be taken during disposal of disease infected waste material, vaccinate animal in order to avoid infection of rabies, brucellosis etc. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Heat Shock Proteins in Various Parasitic Infections    By: Dr. Saurabha Srivastava

    In this article, the correlations of chaperones (HSPs) with various parasitic infections described briefly. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Heat Shock Protein: An Emerging Drug Target    By: Dr. Saurabha Srivastava

    Heat shock proteins are present in various cellular organelles and help to protect the cell by many cellular stresses. This mechanism is a matter of study for targeting as drug based on its structural and functional correlation. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Helicobacter Pylori and its Significance in Gastric Cancer    By: Dr. Saurabha Srivastava

    Helicobacter pylori is a emerging problem causing gastric cancer. Its pathogenesis, diagnostic and treatment is briefly described here. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Different Types Of Optic Neuropathy [PDF]    By: Divya Narayan

    Any damage to the optic nerve is termed as optic neuropathy. Depending upon the causative agents involved, and the effects produced, different types of optic neuropathies are observed. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and its Management    By: Divya Narayan

    Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is an extremely debilitating condition which prevents normal quality of life. However, varied therapies are now available to help control the intensity of the symptoms manifesting as gastrointestinal disorders. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Antioxidants in Fruits and Vegetables    By: Jalpesh Patel

    Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are accumulated in cell because of imbalance in production. ROS can cause severe damage to cell which sometimes leads to the death of the cell. Antioxidants which present in different fruits and vegetables have capacity to fight against these ROS. They improve immune function and lower the risk for infection, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. The colours of fruits and vegetables are clues about the types of nutrients they provide. To get a variety of nutrients, eat a variety of colours. Fruits and vegetables contain antioxidants like Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Anthocyanins, Beta-carotene, Catechins, Ellagic acid, Lutein, Lycopene, Resveratrol. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Arsenic Poisoning - Effects on Human Health    By: Dr. Suresh Kaushik

    This article describes the essential background and toxicity of arsenic in the environment. Arsenic has different toxicological properties dependent upon both its oxidation state for inorganic compounds as well as the different toxicity levels exhibited for organic arsenic compounds. Some currently used chromatographic and mass spectrometry applications as well as sample handling procedure necessary to detect and quantify arsenic in its various chemical forms >> Category: Healthcare
  • Circadian Rhythm and its Influence on Behavior and Metabolism    By: Geetanjali Murari

    This article speaks about our biological clock and its effect on central and peripheral system. The body temperature, hormone level, feeding behavior, sleep wake cycle changes periodically according to circadian rhythm. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Epidemiological Survey of Lymphatic Filariasis: An Emerging Need    By: Dr. Saurabha Srivastava

    Lymphatic filariasis (LF), a mosquito-borne parasitic disease caused by Wuchereria bancrofti and Brugia species is one of the most prevalent and yet the most neglected of the tropical diseases with serious economic and social consequences (Remme et al. 1993). It is a disease affecting people in rural areas as well as an increasing number of people living in urban slums. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Lymphatic Filariasis: Diagnosis and Chemotherapy Approaches    By: Dr. Saurabha Srivastava

    The most intriguing and common sub-clinical condition of Lymphatic filariasis is the asymptomatic microfilaraemic individuals. It remains a major concern for the immuno parasitologists due to lack of signs of the disease. In such incertitude and to successfully eliminate LF by the year 2020, there is an urgent need to design and develop an accurate test for the early diagnosis of LF. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Rabies: A Neurotropic Disease    By: Dr. Ankit Singh

    Rabies is a neurotropic disease caused by rabies virus which belongs to family Rhabdoviridae. It is spread in more than 150 countries and territories of all continents except Antarctica and cause death of more than 50,000 human lives worldwide annually. Awareness of people about the disease and appropriate treatment can only reduce the mortality rate in this oldest known mankind disease. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Animal Model for Neural Tube Defects    By: Geetanjali Murari

    This article deals with the significant animal model used in research for studying neural tube defects. The best animal models are illustrated here. >> Category: Healthcare
  • A Foresight on Diabetes and Drugs Produced    By: Nandan Nair

    Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic metabolic disorder characterized by Hyperglycemia caused by defective insulin secretion, resistance to insulin action or both. An alternation of lipid and protein metabolism also causes defect in action or secretion of insulin. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Recent and Upcoming Therapies for Traumatic Brain Injury    By: Deepti Narayan

    Recent ad Upcoming Therapies For Traumatic Brain InjuryRecent ad Upcoming Therapies For Traumatic Brain InjuryRecent ad Upcoming Therapies For Traumatic Brain Injury >> Category: Healthcare
  • New Age and Alternative Therapies For Neurodegenerative Diseases    By: Deepti Narayan

    When there is a progressive loss of neurons structurally or functionally, sometimes even their death, it is collectively known as neurodegeneration. This precipitates into difficulty in movement and mental functioning (i.e. ataxia and dementia). Diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and Huntington's etc fall in this category and are known as neurodegenerative diseases >> Category: Healthcare
  • Indiscriminate Use of Antioxidants, Is it Beneficial or Harmful?    By: amar nagesh

    Antioxidants can be obtained from food, mainly fruits and vegetables, both of which are rich with antioxidants, may prevent cancer development. In fact, some studies found excessive supplementation of antioxidants may be harmful. The results of epidemiological studies where people were treated with antioxidant supplements are inconclusive and contradictory. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Cellphone Radiation - Health Effects and Means of Protection    By: Divya Narayan

    According to the WHO, mobile phone radiation is classified as Possibly Carcinogenic. It is placed in Group 2B on the International Agency for Research on Cancer scale. In other words, mobile phone radiation could be a risk factor for carcinogenicity. However, the long-term health effects of mobile phone usage need to be studied in greater detail. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Food Adulteration- Types, Worldwide Laws & Future.    By: Deepti Narayan

    When a person, group of persons or an organisation purposely put out inferior food items on sale either by the addition of some harmful substances or by the omission of some valuable constituents- the act carried out is known as food adulteration. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Therapeutic Benefits of Chocolate    By: Divya Narayan

    Commercially produced milk chocolate contains a combination of both white chocolate and dark chocolate. Nutritionists have labeled dark chocolate as the next Superfood as it is extremely rich in antioxidants, flavonoids, and polyphenols, which help in neutralizing the effects of free radicals produced in the body >> Category: Healthcare
  • Electronic Health (eHealth)- Characteristics, Tools & Programmes    By: Divya Narayan

    Electronic Health or eHealth is the term used to refer to the usage of information and communication technology (ICT) in the field of healthcare. The first use of eHealth dates back to at least 1999. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Biological Weapons - Types, Current Usage Status and Future    By: Deepti Narayan

    Biological Weapons of Mass Destruction - When the biosphere, structures either man-made or natural and the human race can be harmed by weapons that are either nuclear, radiological, biological or chemical- they are known as weapons of mass destruction. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Types of Zoonotic Diseases and their Therapies    By: Divya Narayan

    Zoonosis can also be referred to the spread of a disease from an animal to a human. Some of the most commonly occurring zoonotic agents include bacteria, fungi, viruses, or any other communicable agent. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Brain Fitness and its Impact on Neuropsychiatric Health    By: Divya Narayan

    Brain fitness provides numerous protective effects to the brain and the nervous system against free radical damage, inflammatory effects, and oxidative damage. Cognitive functioning of the brain can be maintained at a constant level or even increased with age, primarily due to a healthy lifestyle and high levels of brain stimulatory exercises. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Biomedical Waste- Types, Disposal and Outstanding Work in its Management    By: Deepti Narayan

    Infectious waste that can be solids, liquids and waste from the laboratory are termed as biomedical wastes. Biomedical waste, also called clinical waste, is the by-product of hospitals, nursing homes, research laboratories etc. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Nosocomial Infections- Hurdle in the Recovery of Hospitalized Patients    By: Deepti Narayan

    Immobilization leads to deconditioning, the muscle strength and aerobic capacity of a person gets sapped. Younger patients can also suffer from increased immobilization; as they are endowed with more physiological energy, they can get back on their feet quicker than usual. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Various Therapies and Future Uses of Coffee    By: Deepti Narayan

    One can get coffee from an evergreen bush found in the tropical regions of the world. The height till which the coffee shrubs can grow to is 15 feet. Coffee is made from Coffea- shrubs that flower and give the seeds of coffee beans. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Deteriorating Cognitive Ability Associated With the Bad Cholesterol    By: Geetanjali Murari

    This article highlights the recent discovery done at University of California where the scientists have found that escalating level of bad cholesterol (HDL) is not only bad for heart but also fatal for our brain. An association has been observed between cholesterol and beta-amyloid plaque formation which lead to Alzheimer's disease. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Ovarian Cancer: Risk Factors and Treatment Options    By: Deepti Narayan

    Risk factors of ovarian cancer, information on current and future treatment options. The main site of ovarian cancer is the outer lining or the epithelium >> Category: Healthcare
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and its Therapies    By: Divya Narayan

    Formation of a thrombus (clot) in a vein that is embedded deep inside the flesh (deep vein) is termed as Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). This clot predominantly occurs in the deep veins present in the legs. Clot formation in the deep vein results in the occurrence of a vein blockage, termed as vascular occlusion. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Pharmacognosy: Drugs From Natural Products    By: Deepti Narayan

    History and sources of drugs from natural products. The research that is carried out about drugs occurring naturally is called Pharmacognosy. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Intravenous Therapy - Advantages, Complications and Applications    By: Deepti Narayan

    When substances in liquid form are inserted into a vein directly, the procedure is known as intravenous or IV therapy and the medicines infused into the bloodstream are called specialty pharmaceuticals. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Sjogren's Disease Awareness    By: Zandro Cabaral

    Sjogren's Disease is one of the most common autoimmune diseases in the world. People having this disease should be given help and should be given knowledge about the disease. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Robotic Surgery - A Boon or Bane for Surgeons?    By: Deepti Narayan

    Robotic surgery is a concept that incorporates robotic units to help doctors in their surgeries. This procedure was brought into use to remove the hurdles of surgeries that are minimally-invasive and to improve the outcomes of open surgery >> Category: Healthcare
  • Biosimilar - Pros, Cons, Global Status and Future    By: Deepti Narayan

    Biosimilars are biological drugs that can be generated via a microorganism, for example, a bacteria or yeast. They are almost the same when compared to other biological drugs that have existed in the market. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Critical Care Medicine - Suggestions For the Future    By: Deepti Narayan

    Critical care medicine is the diagnosis and management of emergency conditions that need complicated life support systems, we look at the current situations and future suggestions. Critical care is invariably seen in an intensive care unit (ICU) or in hospitals treating trauma patients >> Category: Healthcare
  • Alternative Therapies Against Blood Cancer (Leukemia)    By: Deepti Narayan

    Popular therapies for blood cancer include acupuncture, Ayurveda, bio-resonance therapy and Chinese herbal medicines. A combination of alternative therapy and drugs are also covered. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Early Detection of Filariasis - The Indian Solution    By: Ikksheta Sharma

    Filariasis is a parasitic infectious disease caused by thread-like worms called filaria(nematodes). Filariasis can manifest in many forms but the most common is lymphatic filariasis caused by Wuchereria bancrofti, Brugia malayi, and Brugia timori. >> Category: Healthcare
  • IR and EVR in Chronic Hepatitis C Infection    By: Hareepriyaw M

    Several studies suggest that insulin resistance is a common condition observed in chronic hepatitis C patients having genotypes 1 and 4. The direct relationship between the chronic hepatitis C and insulin resistance was proved in a study where insulin resistance appeared without any hepatic injury. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Advantages and Applications of Teleneurology    By: Deepti Narayan

    What is Teleneurology? - It is defined as consultation with a neurological doctor at a distance, making use of technologies such as the internet or phone. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Probiotics and Health Benefits - A Way to Replace Daily Medicines    By: Balaram Mohapatra

    This article is an attempt to provide a clear context of making health of human more natural by use of beneficial microorganisms as food supplement known as probiotics and their role in decrease disease incidence which has been a focus in health care industries. >> Category: Healthcare
  • Applications of Nanoparticles in Biology and Medicine    By: Smitha M.S.

    The article is about the various applications of nanoparticles in medicine and biology. The latest developments in this field are covered under the topic. >> Category: Healthcare
  • BCR-ABL1 Oncogene and its Leukemic Properties    By: Sivashanmugam A

    What is the reason behind BCR-ABL1 (Breakpoint cluster region- Abelson 1) oncogene activation? How they inexorably drive chronic phase to blast phase (BP) in chronic myeloid leukemia (CML)? >> Category: Healthcare

1 2 3 4 5 NEXT

Agriculture Bioinformatics Applications Biotech Products Biotech Research
Biology Careers College/Edu DNA Environmental Biotech
Genetics Healthcare Industry News Issues Nanotechnology
Others Stem Cells Press Release Toxicology  

  |   Disclaimer/Privacy/TOS   |   Submission Guidelines   |   Contact Us