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Scientific European Vol. 2 no.1 Archive - Scientific European (SCIEU) - Monthly Popular Science Magazine

Volume 2 Issue 1 January 2019








Organic Farming Can Have Much Greater Implications for Climate Change

Study shows growing food organically has higher impact on climate because of more land use

JANUARY 2019

Air Pollution A Major Health Risk to the Planet: India Worst Affected Globally

Comprehensive study on the seventh biggest country of the world, India, shows how ambient air pollution is majorly affecting health outcomes

JANUARY 2019

Intermittent Fasting Can Make Us Healthier

Study shows that intermittent fasting for certain intervals can promote good health by boosting our metabolism

JANUARY 2019

Gluten Intolerance: A Promising Step Towards Developing a Treatment for Cystic Fibrosis and Celiac Disease

Study suggests a new protein involved in development of gluten intolerance which be a therapeutic target.

JANUARY 2019

Probiotics Not Effective Enough in Treating ‘Stomach Flu’ in children

Twin studies show that expensive and popular probiotics may not be effective in treating ‘stomach flu’ in young children.

JANUARY 2019

Magnesium Mineral Regulates Vitamin D Levels in Our Body

A new clinical trial shows how mineral magnesium has the ability to regulate vitamin D levels in our body

JANUARY 2019

Discovery of Chemical Leads for Next Generation Anti-Malarial Drug

A new study has used robotic screening for shortlisting chemical compounds which could be ‘prevent’ malaria

JANUARY 2019

New Anti-Ageing Intervention to Slow Motor Aging and Prolong Longevity

tudy highlights the key genes which can prevent motor function decline as an organism ages, for now in worms

JANUARY 2019

A Wireless ‘‘Brain Pacemaker’’ That Can Detect and Prevent Seizures

Engineers have designed a wireless ‘brain pacemaker’ which can detect and prevent tremors or seizures in patients suffering from neurological disorders


 

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