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Medical Grade Honey (L-Mesitran) improves the healing of severe wounds in pediatrics

Background Children are susceptible to injuries and wounds that require medical attention. Despite being treated in a controlled hospital setting, wounds are at risk of infections. Therefore, there is an urgent need to improve wound healing protocols that prevent infections and avoid unnecessary use of antibiotics. Honey is a natural substance that has been used for wound healing since ancient […]

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Peptide vaccine: An alternate approach to fight against COVID-19

A possible solution One such alternative is the peptide vaccine. Due to the availability of enormous data regarding the virus across different databases, computer-assisted peptide vaccine design is a feasible way of creating vaccines at a much quicker rate. So far, there are various ‘alignment’ methods to design such peptide vaccines but, here, the discussion focuses on an ‘alignment-free’ and […]

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Understanding ethics in society via artificial intelligence and game theory

The importance of ethical conduct has been long known, and continues to be a pressing concern not only for society in general, but also in business, and in the applications of artificial intelligence (AI).  However, while AI is among the foremost of contemporary fields where ethics is a concern, AI has not itself previously served the purpose of clarifying the […]

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Molecular and structural changes characterizing salinity tolerance in Aedes aegypti mosquito: The major global vector of arboviral diseases

  Introduction From an origin in tropical forests where it blood fed on animals, Aedes aegypti adopted a preference for developing near human habitations and blood feeding on humans, spreading widely to become the principal vector of important arboviral diseases including dengue, chikungunya, yellow fever, and Zika (Ramasamy, et al., 2021). It was regarded as an obligate fresh water (FW) […]

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Without strong action plans, experiencing anger while pursuing personal goals reduces persistence and goal achievement

The literature provides different answers for this question. Feeling annoyed may lead people to focus on the anger-eliciting event or stimulus, and this depletes the mental resources that are needed to continue to pursue the goal. Consequently, people are likely to disengage from the goal. However, other research shows that anger motivates people to persist in pursuing the goal. We […]

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Damaging masculine leadership

Some might argue that the potential mismanagement of crises is simply part of the price citizens pay for their freedom within democracies; after all, in coercive autocracies, subjects have little choice but to obey governmental edicts. Others suggest that we are in fact getting the worst of both worlds, enjoying the illusion of political involvement whilst suffering the hubris of […]

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Solving classification problems using open quantum systems: Two-qubit system plunged in a thermal reservoir

Theoretical concepts: the model and its solution Open quantum systems undergo dissipation of energy into their environment. The system under study is a two-qubit system which experiences dissipation process due to its interaction with a thermal reservoir (environment) as shown in Fig.1. In this article, the results of this research are presented. The theoretical analysis corresponding to the dynamics of […]

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Human-centred design as the way forward for organisation design and enterprise engineering

The roots of EE research can be found in the work of The Society of Enterprise Engineering, starting from a definition of enterprises as “systems of processes that can be engineered both individually and holistically” (Liles et al., 1995). In Europe, the DEMO (Dynamic Essential Modelling of Organizations) methodology has been presented as being part of the foundations of the […]

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A pilot volunteer reader program decreases delirium days in critically ill ICU patients

Delirium is a form of acute brain failure that alters mental status and affects proper memory, emotion, and behavior, developing over hours to days. Between 20-80% of ICU patients develop delirium, depending upon the tools used for diagnosis. Delirium is commonly overlooked because only 25% of delirium patients present with hyperactivity, that is, showing evidence of hallucinations and agitation. More […]

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Hopping electrons find a new route to prevent diseases

The simple act of breathing is among the most familiar ways we convert nutrients to energy – inhaling molecules of oxygen and harmlessly breathing out unwanted material. But when our usual disposal mechanisms fail, the accumulated electrons can produce the kind of toxic event that causes many diseases, including cancer. Published in PNAS, the researchers found a new escape route […]

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