Exercise Daily and eat healthy Foods.
1. New Test for Skin Cancer.
I heard it first on BBC news, a first in the world; a blood test that can detect deadly skin cancer better than a Biopsy.
MelDX is a blood test that detects the antibodies the body produces as soon as the melanoma develops.
The blood test is capable of the early detection of melanoma with over 80% accuracy.
Melanoma is a deadly form of skin cancer claiming just under 60.000 lives all over the world in 2015; the regions most vulnerable to the disease are North America, Europe and Australasia.
A science alert report claimed that, if caught early this blood test could increase the survival rate to 95% which is very impressive; missing an early test can reduce the survival rate to below 50%
As always these startling announcements are made three to five years before clinical tests can provide conclusive proof and improved results.
The test was developed by scientists from the Australian Edith Cowan University Melanoma Research Group, and published in the journal Oncotarget.
3 ways to protect yourself from melanoma.
1. Avoid UV tanning beds
2. Stay in the shade during the hottest hours of the day.
3. Wear a sunscreen when exposed to the sun.
According to Medical.net, A study Molecular Oncology indicates that examining the protein and RNA in leftover materials from routine diagnostic tests for breast cancer may lead to more accurate diagnosis.
If you are a science student or academic wishing to learn about RNA google What is RNA/ Biology for All/Fuse School and view the video; or just do an Internet search.
Molecular Oncology is an interdisciplinary medical specialty at the interface of medicinal chemistry and oncology that refers to the investigation of the chemistry of cancer and tumors at a molecular scale. Also, the development and application of molecularly targeted therapies.-Wikipedia.
Here Is One For The Books
Increasing Blood sugar levels improves memory and performance in older.
New research from the University I missed by one year; my Birmingham University Teachers College became the Warwick University Education Department the year after my graduation by virtue of location.
According to the University research team, sugar improves memory in older adults, and make them more motivated to perform tasks at full capacity; as well as making them feel happier during a task.
They found that increased blood sugar levels also increase older adult’s self-confidence, decrease self perceptions of effort, and improve mood.
Again as usual more research is needed; and Iam sure the circumstances of blood sugar levels and diabetes will be taken into consideration.
When you are on holiday, how do you protect yourself from the sun?
Do you know what are the best hours for going to the beach?