According to a new study, habitual tea consumers were associated with a healthier and longer life expectancy. The analysis revealed that regular tea drinkers were less likely to develop heart disease and stroke, and lived an average of 1.26 years longer than those who rarely drank tea. While the reason for this remains unclear, the researchers suggest that it may be down to the polyphenols found in tea – chemicals with antioxidant properties. The researchers explored all varieties of tea that are more effective and found that green tea is most robust at reducing the risk of cardiac disease.
The use of antibiotics in animal farming, a significant contributor to the rise of antimicrobial resistance, is expected to increase by 8% from 2020 to 2030, according to a recent analysis. Despite efforts to decrease their usage, the overuse of antibiotics in agriculture is a key driver of bacterial infections that are no longer treatable […]
Policy Press, global ambassador for the University of Bristol joins Aggregagent boosting its journal strength in multiple fields of study. The collection of articles will be included in the ALPSP Collections also. Reference Link: http://accucoms.com/news/aggregagent-collections-include-policy-press-journals/
A recent study published in the journal Science, states that 31% of NIH grants leads to production of articles, which are further cited by patents (mainly in biomedical field). In addition to this, more than 8% of NIH grants are directed towards generation of patents. Reference Link: http://news.mit.edu/2017/study-nih-funding-generates-large-numbers-private-sector-patents-0330