New Android Malware Samples Found Every 10 Seconds, Claims G Data

New Android Malware Samples Found Every 10 Seconds, Claims G Data

It is not a hidden fact that Android is not the safest mobile platform and that its open nature, which is also considered to be one of its biggest strengths, often gives room for vulnerabilities that can be exploited and compromise users’ security. G Data antivirus software firm has now discovered that the malware-infected applications are increasing at an alarming rate on Google’s mobile platform and at the current speed, 3.5 million new malware samples are expected to be discovered on the OS by the end of this year. G…

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New Way to Fight Therapy-Resistant Prostate Cancer Found

New Way to Fight Therapy-Resistant Prostate Cancer Found

Scientists have identified a signalling circuit in cells that can be targeted to treat advanced prostate cancer in patients who are resistant to existing therapies. Prostate cancer is the second-leading cause of death after lung cancer in American men, researchers said. Currently, the most effective treatment for advanced prostate cancer is to deprive the cancer of what feeds it – androgen hormones, such as testosterone. However, almost all patients eventually develop resistance to this therapy, leaving doctors with no options to counteract the inevitable. The study at The Scripps Research…

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City Air Found to Have Traces of Resistant Bacteria

City Air Found to Have Traces of Resistant Bacteria

The air you breathe may contain DNA from genes that make bacteria resistant to the most powerful antibiotics developed yet, a study has found. In the study, the researchers looked for genes that make bacteria resistant to antibiotics in a total of 864 samples of DNA collected from humans, animals, and different environmentsworldwide. “In the air samples from Beijing, we found a series of genes that provide resistance to carbapenems — a group of last resort antibiotics taken for infections caused by bacteria that are often very difficult to treat,”…

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Patch for Peanut Allergy Found Beneficial for Children

Patch for Peanut Allergy Found Beneficial for Children

Researchers have come up with a new wearable patch for skin that claims to treat children and young adults with peanut allergy, finds a study. The study, published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, suggested that small amounts of peanut protein through the skin showed promising benefits for younger children. The treatment, called epicutaneous immunotherapy or EPIT, was safe and well-tolerated, and nearly all participants used the skin patch daily as directed. “To avoid potentially life-threatening allergic reactions, people with peanut allergy must be vigilant about the foods…

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Toxic bacteria found in seafood samples

Toxic bacteria found in seafood samples

The presence of E coli signifies the faecal sewage contamination in food and water. (Brian Macdonald/Getty Images) The septic waste is returning to our food. The latest indicator is the presence of toxigenic E coli in seafood samples collected from retail markets, fish farms and landing centres in Ernakulam district and neighbouring areas. The presence of E coli signifies the faecal sewage contamination in food and water. Over the past one year, around 123 samples of fish were taken and analyzed at the Central Institute of Fisheries Technology (CIFT), which…

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More Candidates Found With Discrepancies In Resumes: Study

More Candidates Found With Discrepancies In Resumes: Study

The discrepancy level was at 10 per cent in 2013, which rose to 10.5 per cent in 2014, it said. In 2015 it had risen to 11.6 per cent. Mumbai: Even as employers are looking for best screening practices, a study today said it found higher number of candidates with discrepancies in their resumes during the first quarter of 2016. A study of the Case Level Quarterly Discrepancy Analysis for the first quarter of 2016 by First Advantage showed that the discrepancy percentage rose to 12 per cent. It means…

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New Biomarker For Parkinson’s Disease Found in Urine

New Biomarker For Parkinson’s Disease Found in Urine

  Researchers have discovered that a protein in urine samples correlates with the presence and severity of Parkinson’s disease. The biomarker may act as a possible guide for future clinical treatments and a monitor of the efficacy of potential new Parkinson’s drugs in real time during treatment. “Nobody thought we’d be able to measure the activity of this huge protein called LRRK2 (pronounced lark two) in biofluids since it is usually found inside neurons in the brain,” said Andrew West, Professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in the…

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found out! the secret day-to-day eternal young people

found out! the secret day-to-day eternal young people

In her e-book, all the time younger: Unleashing the Magic of Ayurveda, day-to-day Reenita Malhotra Hora famous the way of life secrets and techniques from the five,000 12 months-vintage shape of opportunity medicinal drug that helps you live healthful and young at some stage in life. The 12 months has simply begun and you daily have had your fill of parties and feeling hungover. To kickstart your yr on a tremendous word, Reenita Malhotra Hora’s ebook, forever young: Unleashing the Magic of Ayurveda, a 150-web page compact treatise on every…

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Apple Just Found a New Way to Make People Care About the Planet

Apple Just Found a New Way to Make People Care About the Planet

Apple’s recent efforts to trumpet its green initiatives have largely been about supply chain and manufacturing, but on Thursday the company unveiled a splashy new initiative aimed at its millions of customers. The company is rolling out “Apps for Earth,” in which the App Store will, for 10 days, feature 27 popular apps including Angry Birds 2, Jurassic World: The Game, and SimCity BuildIt that have added new environmental content for Earth Day. Money spent buying one of these 27 apps, or making purchases within them, will then support the…

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Rajasthan Girl Found Dead In College Hostel, Teacher Accused Of Rape

Rajasthan Girl Found Dead In College Hostel, Teacher Accused Of Rape

The body of the girl, who was studying to be a teacher, was found in a water tank at the hostel. BIKANER:  A 17-year old girl from Rajasthan was found dead at the hostel of her college in Bikaner on Friday. Her parents have accused the physical education teacher of her college of raping and murdering her. He has been arrested by the police. The body of the girl, who was studying to be a teacher, was found in a water tank at the hostel. Police say her post-mortem report…

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