Old skeletal evidence for leprosy in India A biological anthropologist from Appalachian State University working with an undergraduate college student from Appalachian, an evolutionary biologist from UNC Greensboro, and a group of archaeologists from Deccan University recently reported analysis of a 4000-year-older skeleton from India bearing proof leprosy intagra.org/review/what-is-generic-sildenafil-citrate.html here . This skeleton represents both earliest archaeological proof for human disease with Mycobacterium leprae in the globe and the first evidence for the condition in prehistoric India.

Professor Alan Bensoussan, director of NICM, hailed the novel study.. Ancient berry could drive back diabetic retinopathy The ancient Tibetan goji berry may help fight blindness caused by long-term diabetes according to studies conducted by University of Sydney researchers. Faculty of Pharmacy researchers have executed in vitro checks investigating the potential power of the berry which is currently a favorite natural remedy. According to lead researcher, University of Sydney Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry Basil Roufogalis, the goji berry is usually loaded in taurine, an ingredient credited with anti-oxidative, immuno-modulating and anti-inflammatory properties that could protect the retina.