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which were also suspended.Love?according to reports Immediately after director Ryan Murphy uttered rolling camera, caused some retakes. seemed to stem from a mysterious syndrome known as colony collapse disorder.C. said in a 19 May statement that “we are skeptical of how sound science can be ‘sped up’ for this evaluation and look forward to a reasoned dialogue with EPA on that point” And Republicans in Congress have criticized Democrats environmentalists and food activists for putting too much blame on pesticides “The factor near the bottom of the scientific community’s list seems to be the factor highest on the list of activist groups” said Representative Rodney Davis (R–IL) who chairs a House Agriculture Committee subpanel at a 13 May hearing Berenbaum warns that a blanket ban on neonicotinoids may have drawbacks A full ban “won’t stop bees from starving to death during the next Midwest drought Nor will a ban on neonicotinoids prevent old chemistries from being resurrected or new chemistries from being approved without appropriate testing” Berenbaum says The new suite of bee-safety tests is one of the pollinator plan’s “most transformative” aspects writes Berenbaum who served on a panel of scientists that peer reviewed EPA’s new testing methods “This 21st century approach shaped by the actual biology of the nontarget organisms is the best safeguard against inadequately informed approval of the next new class of pesticides (and that’s something an outright ban on one class of pesticides can’t do)” she adds in her e-mailBy: PTI | London | Published: December 5 2016 8:53 pm The study also found that if people consumed on average more than 20 grammes of nuts per day there was little evidence of further improvement in health outcomes (Source: Thinkstock) Top News Eating at least 20 grammes of nuts a day – equivalent to a handful – may lower the risk of heart disease cancer and premature death new research has claimed The analysis of all current studies on nut consumption and disease risk showed that 20 grammes daily can cut people’s risk of coronary heart disease by nearly 30 per cent cancer by 15 per cent and premature death by 22 per cent Watch What Else Is Making News An average of at least 20 grammes of nut consumption was also associated with a reduced risk of dying from respiratory disease by about a half and diabetes by nearly 40 per cent researchers said Scientists from Imperial College London and Norwegian University of Science and Technology analysed 29 published studies from around the world that involved up to 819000 participants including more than 12000 cases of coronary heart disease 9000 cases of stroke 18000 cases of cardiovascular disease and cancer and over 85000 deaths While there was some variation between the populations that were studied such as between men and women people living in different regions or those with different risk factors the researchers found that nut consumption was associated with reduction in disease risk across most of them “In nutritional studies so far much of the research has been on the big killers such as heart diseases stroke and cancer but now we are starting to see data for other diseases” said Dagfinn Aune from the School of Public Health at Imperial “We found a consistent reduction in risk across many different diseases which is a strong indication that there is a real underlying relationship between nut consumption and different health outcomes It is quite a substantial effect for such a small amount of food” said Aune The study included all kinds of tree nuts such as hazel nuts and walnuts and also peanuts – which are actually legumes The results were in general similar whether total nut intake tree nuts or peanuts were analysed What makes nuts so potentially beneficial is their nutritional value researchers said “Nuts and peanuts are high in fibre magnesium and polyunsaturated fats – nutrients that are beneficial for cutting cardiovascular disease risk and which can reduce cholesterol levels” said Aune “Some nuts particularly walnuts and pecan nuts are also high in antioxidants which can fight oxidative stress and possibly reduce cancer risk “Even though nuts are quite high in fat they are also high in fibre and protein and there is some evidence that suggests nuts might actually reduce your risk of obesity over time” she said The study also found that if people consumed on average more than 20 grammes of nuts per day there was little evidence of further improvement in health outcomes The research was published in the journal BMC Medicine For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIf there’s one thing the malaria parasite wants it’s to get inside the guts of a mosquito Once there it releases hundreds of wormlike cells that enter the human body through a bloodsucking bite Now scientists have found a way to make mosquitoes much less hospitable to this pathogen as well as the one that causes dengue: stacking the insect’s gut with killer microbes that wipe out the invaders before they have a chance to cause disease Like humans and most other animals mosquitoes are stuffed with microbes that live on and inside of them—their microbiome When studying the microbes that make mosquitoes their home researchers came across one called Chromobacterium sp (Csp_P) They already knew that Csp_P’s close relatives were capable of producing powerful antibiotics and they wondered if Csp_P might share the same talent The team cultured Csp_P in a sugar solution and in blood and fed both concoctions to mosquitoes whose natural microbiomes had already been eliminated with doses of antibiotics As the scientists hoped Csp_P quickly took over the mosquito’s gut after being ingested by means of the sugar solution—and even more quickly when it was fed to them in blood In another experiment done with mosquitoes that weren’t pretreated with antibiotics Csp_P-fed mosquitoes were given blood containing the dengue virus and Plasmodium falciparum a single-celled parasite that causes the most deadly type of malaria Although a large number of the mosquitoes died within a few days of being infected by the Chromobacterium the malaria and dengue pathogens were far less successful at infecting the mosquitoes that did survive the team reports today in PLOS Pathogens That’s good news: If the mosquito isn’t infected by the disease-causing germs it is less likely to be able to transmit the pathogens to humans The team from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore Maryland also exposed the malaria parasite and dengue virus to lab cultures of Csp_P to test for anti-Plasmodium and antidengue activity Here too they found that the bacteria inhibited the growth of the pathogens The researchers say there could be two mechanisms by which Csp_P fights off Plasmodium and dengue infections First because Csp_P is toxic to mosquitoes it activates the insect’s immune system This has the collateral benefit of staving off infection from Plasmodium and dengue virus which otherwise would have thrived in the mosquito’s gut But that’s not all says George Dimopoulos a parasitologist at Johns Hopkins who led the research team Because the bacterium also snuffs out Plasmodium and the dengue virus in the laboratory it means Csp_P is producing toxic compounds that are killing the pathogens directly Dimopoulos and his colleagues believe Csp_P could be used to “vaccinate” mosquitoes against the malaria and dengue pathogens perhaps through the use of sugar-baited traps that are already used to spread insecticide through populations of the pest This would have the twin effect of killing most mosquitoes while severely curbing the survivors’ ability to spread disease This one-two punch is “a unique property” for any malaria-control agent says David Fidock a microbiologist at Columbia University who was not involved in the study “No current malaria-control agent does both” Csp_P could also play a more direct role in combating malaria and dengue in humans Because the compounds it secretes kill pathogens in the lab these toxins could be turned into drugs to treat malaria and dengue in people Tanjore Balganesh a medicinal chemist who heads the Indian Open Source Drug Discovery program in Bangalore for neglected diseases such as malaria and tuberculosis is skeptical however Because Csp_P is so toxic to Plasmodium the dengue virus and even the mosquito that carries them there is a good chance it could be damaging to human cells too he says That’s not a death blow for this line of inquiry however “It’s still early days [for this research]” he says “but no drug discovery program is without problems”Written by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: March 13 2012 10:31 am Top News Pop star Kesha has fallen victim to Internet pranksters after her Twitter was hacked The ‘Tik Tok’ hitmaker’s fans were whipped into a frenzy after an announcement about Kesha’s latest song went up on her Twitter pagereported Ace Showbiz The message declared”Single out in a couple hours Ugh so stressful… wish I could stay on the beach forever” The 25-year-old singer later spotted the fake message and quickly deleted it after realising her account had been compromised “Animals! A few years ago, Gorakhpur, Party president and his father M Karunanidhi was overjoyed when he was told about the outcome of the case, it lost most of the seats where election was held using ballot paper. 2017 4:59 pm The team from the southern region of Campania have scored only two goals those nine games.

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