Some viruses can make the human body more attractive to mosquitoes, research suggests

Health By Jul 13, 2024 No Comments

Connecticut: A new study has found that some viruses can change body odor to make it more attractive to mosquitoes. Penghua Weng, an assistant professor of immunology at the University of Connecticut in the United States, told a foreign website that mosquitoes are the deadliest organisms in the world, causing more than 1 million deaths every year by spreading diseases…

June 2024 is the hottest month in human history

Techno By Jul 10, 2024 No Comments

Brussels: European Climate Change Institute reported that the temperature of June 2024 broke the record for all June months in human history. Last year, June 2023 was the warmest June on record, followed by July, which was the warmest month globally. The temperature record set at the moment is the highest ever observed in history, which is the highest global…

Identification of a human growth retardation gene

Techno By Jun 21, 2024 No Comments

Washington: Recent research has identified a new chain of mutations responsible for human developmental disorders that affect tens of thousands of people worldwide. According to media reports, researchers have revealed that we have identified a gene called RNU4-2 that was not previously thought to be associated with human developmental disorders. The researchers said the discovery is important because it represents…

A human corpse floating on the pond turned out to be a thief sleeping due to exhaustion

Andhra Pradesh: A funny incident happened in India in which the people of a village called the police after thinking that a person was dead while sleeping in a pond. According to media reports, people of Reddypuram Kovelakunta, a village in the state of Andhra Pradesh, saw a human body floating in a pond near the village and called the…

Medicine developed to regrow human teeth

Health By Jun 05, 2024 No Comments

Osaka: Japanese scientists eSuch A drug has been developed that can regrow human teeth. Katsu Takahashi, from Kitano Hospital and Kyoto University in Osaka, Japan, said scientists wanted to do something to help people who had or had lost teeth. The breakthrough comes after years of examining an antibody called Uterine Sensitization-Associated Gene-1 (USAG-1), which was shown to inhibit tooth…

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