Daily Archives: May 26, 2017

Malaria and hypertension-a new hypothesis in clinical medicine

Research from University College Cork, Ireland and New York University School of Medicine, USA has shown a credible link to the high rate of hypertension, stroke, and myocardial infarction amongst Africans and Afro-Americans, and a genetic defence

Applying nanopharmacology to obstetrics: A novel targeted drug delivery system for the uterus

Pregnancy is a dangerous period for both the mother and foetus. Being born too early (preterm birth) is the leading cause of death and disease in children <5 years of age, while insufficient uterine contractions during or

Unravelling the mystery of rampant species formation on volcanic islands

How do new species of plants and animals arise? And why do clusters of divergent endemic species evolve so rapidly on remote oceanic archipelagoes such as the Hawaiian and Galápagos Islands? These questions have intrigued biologists since