TGI Best Advice: Share Knowledge & Save A Life

References: TGI: Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria – know the presence of ASURAS with-in October 23, 2013 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released its “landmark” report on the rising and lethal threat of antibiotic resistance, titled Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the United States, 2013. The report describes a complex problem and the steps that must […]

Always Good To Remember

Science-based Approach Following three strategies for both cancer prevention and weight loss are similar. Strategies for Cancer Prevention: 1. Eat mostly plant-based foods, which are low in energy density 2. Be physically active 3. Maintain a healthy weight (via steps 1 and 2, as well as reducing portion size) Strategies for Weight Loss: 1. Eat […]

You Already Know How to Defeat Cancer

There are more than 100 types of Cancers. To learn about them go to: It appears that there is not much to panic, because the matter of the fact is that if we look at what causes cancer, it is very obvious that majority of the cancers are preventable. Look at WHAT CAUSES CANCER Inherited (Hereditary) – about […]


Cancer is a broad group of various diseases involving unregulated cell growth. It is medically known as a malignant neoplasm. In cancer, cells divide and grow uncontrollably and invade nearby parts of the body. The cancer may also spread to more distant parts of the body through the lymphatic system or bloodstream, it is called […]

Four tiny segments of RNA appear to play critical roles in controlling cholesterol and triglyceride metabolism

Four tiny segments of RNA appear to play critical roles in controlling cholesterol and triglyceride metabolism. Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)-based research team describes finding how these microRNAs could reduce the expression of proteins playing key roles in the generation of beneficial HDL cholesterol, the disposal of artery-clogging LDL cholesterol, control of triglyceride levels and other risk […]

India is successful in eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus: WHO reports

WHO congratulates India on Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus Elimination: By Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, WHO Regional Director for South-East Asia India has achieved a momentous public health feat – the elimination of maternal and neonatal tetanus. This is a huge achievement for India which until a few decades ago reported 150 000 to 200 000 neonatal tetanus […]

Lack of vitamin D may cause multiple sclerosis

Lack of vitamin D may be a direct cause of multiple sclerosis (MS), a study has found. MS occurs when the immune system attacks the protective myelin sheath that surrounds nerve fibres and acts as an insulator. Nerve signals are disrupted, leading to symptoms that can range from mild tingling sensations to full-blown paralysis. In […]

Compound capable of blocking a crucial enzyme function that cancer cells need to replicate is identified

<a href=”;loc=300;;misc=1439436064;grp=322103996″ target=”_blank”><img src=”;loc=300;;misc=1439436064;grp=322103996″ border=”0″ width=”1″ height=”1″></a&gA compound that disrupts enzyme function has been found to inhibit the growth of breast, colon and other cancer cells in laboratory testing, according to researchers. The compound, known as UF010, blocks a crucial enzyme function that cancer cells need to replicate, said Daiqing Liao, Ph.D., an associate professor in the […]

TNT plays a key role to induce necrotic death of the infected macrophage

  Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) induces necrosis of infected cells to evade immune responses. Recently, we found that Mtb uses the protein CpnT to kill human macrophages by secreting its C-terminal domain, named tuberculosis necrotizing toxin (TNT), which induces necrosis by an unknown mechanism. Here we show that TNT gains access to the cytosol of Mtb-infected macrophages, where it hydrolyzes the […]

Older patients with delirium had significantly elevated levels of the inflammatory markers

Delirium is an acute state of confusion. It is the most common complication among hospitalized elders.  It affects 10-20% of all hospitalized adults, and 30-40% of elderly hospitalized patients and up to 80% of ICU patients. It is widely assumed to be a short-term, transient condition. But a new study led by researchers at Harvard Medical School and […]

Affordable Health Care (& Jan Aushadhi): Indian Scenario

Health care is a very complex one. Health Care works based on our understanding on the following: First understand what is Health & Disease Prevent what is Preventable Discover, Develop and Deliver Drugs (4D) to the Needy The first one will provide us a broader understanding on Who we are? Why we are here? What is the […]


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