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Diabetes accelerates the aging process and causes memory loss

 A study in the journal E-Life found that diabetes not only speeds up the aging process but also speeds up the aging of the brain. Experts say that having Type 2 diabetes can speed up the aging process by 26%.  Our brains are amazing. They can remember things, learn, control themselves, and think in different ways. All of these things get worse as you get older, but people with diabetes have a 7–13% decrease in brain processing and other problems. Another conclusion is that type 2 diabetes can cause a wide range of mental illnesses.  Specialists looked at MRI pictures of the brains of people who were healthy and those who had diabetes. Gray matter in the brain was 13 percent less common in people with diabetes than in people without diabetes. In this study, both healthy and sick people were the same age.  There is a clear link between neurodegeneration and type 2 diabetes. The effect then gets stronger as the patient ages. Overall, diabetes makes the brain age 26% faster.  The rese

Motorola Razr is unlucky that the Galaxy Z Flip4 exists

 The Motorola Razr with a folding screen from 2020 will get a successor.   Foldable phones haven't exactly taken over the world just yet. Although they have been available for about three years.   The choice isn't huge either. You can buy a Samsung Galaxy Z Fold or a Z Flip, but that means the biggest competitors for Lenovo's Motorola Razr have been mentioned.   Therefore, Lenovo must make its folding phone distinctive and position it competitively in the market. The Motorola Razr is undoubtedly associated with its name. When it first came out as a flip phone in the new millennium, the Motorola Razr created a stir. Back then, it had a physical keyboard and a screen above the hinge but no folding screen. Therefore, it makes sense that the brand name came back when folding phones started to gain some traction.   The new design can also be folded lengthwise. The phone's internal screen measures 6.7 inches. It is a little wider when compared to its principal rival,

Interpol warns of new forms of crime in the metaverse.

   Interpol is afraid that when the metaverse comes out, it will lead to new crimes. The international police organization is getting ready for a wide range of new crimes.  The metaverse is a dream of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. He wants to create a virtual world in which people can meet each other. You can also play games and play sports in the metaverse.  Interpol says that the metaverse could make crimes like phishing bigger. The police organization is also worried that new types of crime will appear.  Phishing and scams can work differently when virtual reality and augmented reality are involved, Interpol executive director Madan Oberoi told Reuters news agency .  Oberoi argues that virtual reality could also facilitate crime in the physical world. "If a terror group wants to attack a physical space, it can use a virtual space to practice.  Europol had already warned about this issue. The European Police Force Alliance said that terror groups could use virtual worl

pollution may also cause bacteria to develop antibiotic resistance

 One of the most pressing issues in modern medicine is the rise in antibiotic resistance among bacteria and other microorganisms. According to new research, pollution may also cause bacteria to develop antibiotic resistance. Heavy metal-polluted rivers have more bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics, as it turns out. The resistance of microbes increases even when the water is not contaminated with drugs. Photo by Pietro Jeng : Antibiotic resistance is primarily caused by the overuse of antibiotics in human medicine and agriculture. It is also favored by drugs, which, as pollutants, end up in bodies of water and other natural areas. Antibiotic resistance can also be caused by another type of pollutant, heavy metals, as evidenced by a recent study published in the journal Environmental Pollution. The level of bacterial resistance to antibiotics and heavy metals in sediments from two rivers, the Ganges and Yamuna, and streams in the British Tyne catchment area, was investigated by re

How to fight a cold?

 Colds are caused by infections in the nose, throat, or both. Almost always, a virus is to blame. Most colds go away on their own, but you can do things to make the symptoms less bad.   Symptoms  When you have a cold, it is common to feel tired and hungover. It is also common for you to have one or more of the following symptoms: runny nose or nasal congestion sore throat cough  A cold can also cause a fever , but it is usually not high. It is more common for children to get a fever with a cold than for adults. It often only takes a few days from being infected until you notice the first symptoms of a cold.  It is common for you to become snotty. In the beginning, the string is water-thin and then gets thicker. You may get a sore throat and sometimes the mucous membranes in the trachea become irritated. Then you get a cough. After a while, more mucus usually forms.  Sometimes the cold can cause symptoms from the eyes and ears. The eyes may become watery and sometimes a bit persist

Health benefits of avocado seeds. They lower Cholesterol

If you want a nice body, to get rid of digestive problems and have healthy intestines, to lower your cholesterol, to protect your body from harmful radicals that can cause cancer, and to avoid heart disease, you should eat avocados and, most of all, the stone. Health benefits of avocado seeds: • Contains lutein to control oxidative and inflammatory stress. • Avocado seeds contain the highest amounts of antioxidants found in plants. The avocado fruit itself is an antioxidant bomb that protects us against diseases, so you should be interested in the fact that its seed contains as much as 70% more antioxidants than the flesh itself. • The polyphenols contained in the seeds strengthen the immune system and stimulate anti-inflammatory effects. • Avocado seeds are rich in fiber. The huge content of soluble fiber is beneficial for our health and body shape. • Avocado seed extract lowers LDL cholesterol. • The seeds contain vitamins A and E which are responsible for healthy hair and strong na

A large black hole appeared near the solar system

 Experts analyzed the Data Release 3 catalog of binary systems, collected after observations by the Gaia space telescope. University of Alabama astronomers have reported the discovery of a black hole that is 1,545 light-years away from our solar system. The object's stellar mass is 12 times greater than the Sun's mass. Compared to other known black holes, it is much closer. has reported this. A system that featured a star from the spectral class main sequence orbiting an unobservable object in an eccentric orbit with a period of 185 days caught the attention of experts. It was determined that the star in the system is the only source of radiation thanks to the spectral energy distribution. It is 7.1 billion years old plus or minus 3.8 billion. It was a component of a ternary system that centered on two massive stars that eventually formed black holes or fused to form a single, enormous black hole. There were previously one million such systems in the Milky Way. Binary

In France, Toyota and Peugeot were stolen using a wireless speaker

 Car thieves come up with new and inventive ways to steal other people's cars every day.   Some contemporary safety features in automobiles have rather commonplace weaknesses. Thus, two car thieves were recently apprehended in France by the police after they attempted to steal a vehicle using a Bluetooth speaker from the American company JBL, albeit a slightly improved one.   During a search of a stolen Peugeot 2008, a peculiar column with a quick-access software key embroidered inside was found. A universal "key" for breaking into cars can be purchased on the black market for just $5,000, according to further investigation by the police.   A YouTube video detailing how to use this device is also included with the revised column. In addition to Peugeot cars, such a key can also break the security of Toyota and Lexus cars. At the same time, car thieves need a little less than a minute for the entire procedure of opening the lock. Hacking occurs when the speaker is co

Global warming will lead to new pandemics on the planet

 Researchers carefully studied the soil and sedimentary rocks of the largest lake north of the Arctic Circle.   Scientists have said that the Arctic could be the source of the next pandemic. It will be caused by global warming, which will make it possible for viruses that have been frozen in glaciers to escape. This is what a study that was published in The Royal Society says.  The scientists looked at the soil and sedimentary rocks of Lake Hazen very closely. This body of water is the biggest one north of the Arctic Circle. Using the sequencing method, they tried to find the viruses by looking for their DNA and RNA.  "Due to the flow of water from the melting glaciers, the risk is increasing. This is due to climate change. The Arctic may become fertile ground for new pandemics," the study said.  It's also important to remember that studies from the past have shown that melting glaciers can release pathogens, parasites, and viruses. It's likely that this will cau

HACM: the fastest cruise missile in the world

 The Hypersonic Attack Cruise Missile (HACM) will be the first weapon with a hypersonic direct-jet engine (HSGV) put into production.  The Pentagon has a wide variety of cruise missiles in its arsenal, including the new JASSM-ER and the well-known Tomahawk. However, the missile, which will add to the arsenal in 2027, is very different from its forebears. The 20 times faster new winged Hypersonic Attack (HACM). The HACM will be the first air-jet engine-powered weapon that is mass-produced.  Australia and the US started working together in 2020 as part of the Southern Cross Integrated Flight Research Experiment (SCIFiRE). The project was named after the group of stars that is on the Australian flag. The goal is to make a hypersonic air-jet weapon system based on US and Australian planes. ·  F/A-18 Super Hornet  ;   ·  F-35A Joint Strike Fighter  ; ·  P-8A Poseidon and others. American defense contractors Raytheon and Northrop Grumman just got a contract to make the first hypersonic

Navel - how it is formed, shape, pregnant navel, navel diseases

 The area of the body that has always captivated people is the navel. Why? Everybody sees it slightly differently. It could be big, small, slender, rounded, concave, or convex. What does it actually mean and what does it depend on?  The umbilical cord scar is all that can be seen in the navel. During the initial weeks of pregnancy, it is formed. The transport of oxygen from the mother's bloodstream and the removal of waste products are both carried out by the umbilical cord.  Soon after birth, the umbilical cord is severed, and the cut end is tied together to create an umbilical cord stump. About two weeks later, it disappears. This procedure can be either sped up or slowed down. It all depends on the length of the umbilical cord, how quickly the navel heals, how quickly it dries out, and how well it is taken care of.  The majority of people believe that their navel shape was determined by the doctor who delivered their child. It is a myth that the shape of our navel is determin

Dozens of Pakistanis are being disabled every day due to diabetes

Samaa TV Urdu  Experts say that dozens of Pakistanis are being disabled from cutting feet every day as a result of complications of diabetes.  Addressing the concluding session of the three-day conference in Karachi, experts said that the number of disabled people in Pakistan due to cutting of feet due to complications of diabetes is increasing day by day and it is estimated that every year about 4 00,000 people in Pakistan are amputated due to injuries caused by diabetes.  According to experts, if people suffering from diabetes are made aware and 3,000 clinics are set up in the country to treat foot injuries caused by diabetes, then 70 to 80 percent of the people can be saved from disability.  The conference was organized by the National Association of Diabetes Educators of Pakistan in collaboration with The International Diabetes Federation, Diabetic Foot International and Baqai Institute of Diabetes and Endocrinology.  Addressing the conference, Dr. Saiful Haq, President, National A

The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Tuesday dismissed a petition filed by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) challenging the victory of Pakistan People's Party (PPP)

Karachi: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Tuesday dismissed a petition filed by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) challenging the victory of Pakistan People's Party (PPP) candidate Abdul Hakim Baloch in the by-election to the National Assembly seat 237.  The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Tuesday heard a petition filed by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) challenging the victory of Pakistan People's Party (PPP) candidate Abdul Hakim Baloch in the by-election to the National Assembly seat 237.  Chief Justice Sindh High Court asked pti's lawyer that if there is any irregularity or rigging, then you have the option to go to the election tribunal, what dispute of the election have you brought, what you are saying falls in the category of election dispute, whether you went to the election tribunal or not?

66 children reportedly died due to the use of Indian medicines, the World Health Organization issued an alert

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued an alert after 66 children died  in the African country of Gambia due to the alleged use of cough syrup by an Indian company.  The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared four Indian medicines for cold, fever and cough as unhealthy.  The death of 66 children has severely damaged india's reputation as the pharmacy of the world.  According to Indian officials, they are waiting for the report of the World Health Organization, based on the available information, an investigation has been started.  These syrups, called Promethylene, Cofix Mellon, McAfee and Magrip, are usually prescribed to children, the Gambia has stopped importing these medicines of India's 'Maiden Pharmaceutical Company'.  The World Health Organization has said in its alert that the samples of these medicines tested have been found to contain chemicals that disable the kidneys.  According to the World Health Organization, these chemicals  are used in bra

How many hours of sleep per day can prevent life-threatening chronic diseases?

who sleep for 5 hours or less in middle age have an increased risk of multiple chronic diseases, according to a new medical study.  This was revealed in a new medical study.  The study, published in the journal PLOS Medicine, looked at 8,000 British civil servants who had not been diagnosed with any chronic disease until the age of 50.  At that time, their sleep duration was determined and then these people were evaluated for 25 years.  During this period, they were asked several times how long their sleep was each night.  The results showed that people aged 50 years or older, if their sleep duration was 5 hours or less, increased their risk of multiple chronic diseases by 30 percent over time.  At the age of 60, the risk of getting infected with these diseases increases by 32 and by the age of 70, the risk of getting infected with these diseases increases by 40 percent.  Research has shown that such people are at an increased risk of diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, stroke, h

screen time can cause dangerous eye problems in children

Looking on screen reduces the blinking process to a great extent, experts say Somerset: Experts have warned that due to the increase in time spent in front of children's screen, they may face a painful condition of the eye that usually affects adults.  Drying of the eye occurs when tears do not keep the eyes properly. Usually, this disease occurs in people between the ages of 50 and 60 years and if left untreated, it can become very painful.  People suffering from this pain have compared the feeling of discomfort to the irritation in the eyes while cutting onions.  Sarah Ferrant, an ophthalmologist and dry eye specialist, said she was watching young children with this problem come to her.  She attributed this partly to an increase in screen time because looking on screen greatly reduces the blinking process.  She said that when she started her clinic 15 years ago, not a single child was suffering from this condition. But in the last five or six years, there has been an increase in

Apple headset considers payment facility through eyes

Apple has announced iris ID in its new headset, after which it will be possible to log in and transfer money with eyes. Photo: File Palo Alto, California: Apple plans to respond to Meta in the field of minimally mixed reality headsets offering advanced XR headsets with ten cameras installed.  According to analysts, it has the option of 'Iris ID' like the face ID of the iPhone. Apple's 'Iris ID' will be used in many cases that will enable them to connect to the account from Iris, access the platform or send or receive money from it.  The XR Mix Reality headset will be fitted with a powerful M2 chip that has already been introduced in the MacBook. Although the SR headset has been awaited for a long time, it is expected to be available in the market by mid-2023.  Earlier, Meta had announced its latest VR headset, Quest Pro. It is priced at $1,500 with eye tracking facilities and improved colors, including resolution. Then many important technologies have been used to i

NAB decides to withdraw appeals against Asif Ali Zardari's acquittal in 25-year-old case:

Public money wasted on fabricated cases to hurt political rival. National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has filed a petition in the Islamabad High Court (IHC) seeking withdrawal of appeals against the acquittal of former president and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari in a 25-year-old case.  Nab has argued in the petition that further prosecution of appeals will be a futile exercise, photocopies of documents against Asif Zardari are also hardly on record, the available documentary evidence is not in accordance with the evidence law.  Public money wasted on fabricated cases to hurt political enemy. A case should be started against those wasted public money on politically motivated cases.  It has been further reported that Asif Ali Zardari was acquitted in Arsus Tractor, ARY Gold, Polo Ground and SSG Kotna.  In December 2015, the NATIONAL Accountability Bureau (NAB) filed a petition in the Islamabad High Court (IHC) against the acquittal of former president and PPP

Apple quietly showed the new iPads.

 Apple showed the new iPads in a quiet way. This time, it was done quietly without a fight. Apple "threw" the newest iPads into the Apple Store without telling anyone. He probably had a good reason. It doesn't mean anything to say that the prices of these things have gone up. They are completely crazy.  The 10th generation iPad is the first of the devices presented by Apple. The biggest change here is the refreshed design, which refers to the design already known from the last generations of the iPad Pro and iPad mini . Apple describes it as "frameless". Well, anyone with reasonably good eyesight will find it exaggerated.   10th generation iPad - new design, but old stylus The new iPad has a larger,   10.9-inch display  . Unfortunately, it's not a ProMotion screen, but a  Liquid Retina   panel with 60Hz refresh. Its resolution is  2360 x 1640 pixels.  The maximum brightness is  500 nits.   Other changes followed the new design. The "regular" i

PPP is not implementing the agreement, MQM expressed serious reservations to the Prime Minister

The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) of Pakistan met with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and told him that they are very worried about the Sindh government not following through on agreements. MQM Pakistan delegation met with the PM Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui led the MQM delegation to an important meeting with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in Islamabad. Sindh Governor Kamran Tesuri, Wasim Akhtar, and Faisal Sabzwari were also there, as well as Rana Sanaullah, Saad Rafique, and Ayaz Sadaq, who were with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. Governor Sindh told the prime minister what the MQM was worried about. Sources say that MQM made it clear that local elections without constituencies would be pointless, so constituencies should be made first and then elections. Constituencies are an important point in our agreement. It will not be fair with Sindh. The MQM delegation was also very worried about the People's Party not following through on the agreement. They accused the Prime Minister of not c

Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan has gone crazy over the idea of naming the airport in Islamabad after Benazir Bhutto.

 Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan has gone crazy over the idea of naming the airport in Islamabad after Benazir Bhutto. Benazir International Airport Express News says that MQM Pakistan is against naming Islamabad International Airport after the woman who died for her country, Benazir Bhutto. Kishwar Zahra, a member of the MQM's National Assembly, said that I had proposed naming Islamabad Airport after Quaid Millat Liaquat Ali Khan. He said that while they were talking about the flood, all of a sudden the resolution to call Benazir Bhutto Shaheed was passed. He said, "I disagree with the passed resolution." It should be noted that a few days ago, the Assembly passed a resolution on behalf of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) member Nawabzada Iftikhar Khan to change the name of Islamabad International Airport to Benazir Bhutto International Airport. Nawabzada Iftikhar said that the airport was named Benazir Bhutto International Airport to honor what the Bhutto family had done.

The government doubles the price of the Peoples Bus Service.

 It turned out that the Sindh government gave the National Radio & Telecommunication Corporation (NRTC), which runs and maintains the Peoples Bus Service (PBS) in the province, permission to raise the prices of a city bus route by 100%. Informative sources told a newspaper that the decision was made at a meeting of the Fare Revision Committee for Intercity Routes, which had members from the NRTC, the Sindh Mass Transit Authority, and engineers from a third party. They said that the new, longer PBS route from Gulshan-i-Hadeed to Tower made the maximum fare go up from Rs50 to Rs100 because the distance was now 58km longer. The route starts at Allah Wali Chowrangi in Gulshan-i-Hadeed and ends at Tower. Along the way, it stops at Steel Town, Port Qasim Chowrangi, Manzil Petrol Pump, Quaidabad, the Malir neighborhood, Malir Halt, Colony Gate, Natha Khan Bridge, Drigh Road Station, PAF Base Faisal, Lal Kothi, Karsaz, Nursery, FTC, Metropole, Kara City Station and Chundrigar Road. They sa

Francesco: “War is the failure of politics, it is never right and it is an ineffective response. In the name of God stop it "

In the Pontiff's book I ask you in the name of God. Ten prayers for a future of hope, to be released on October 18 for Piemme, an invective against the armed conflict: "To the local, national and world authorities on which appropriate initiatives depend to stop the war, making this request of mine in the name of God, I also ask that we say enough to the production and international trade of arms " “I ask in the name of God that an end to the cruel madness of war ”. Thus Pope Francis in his book Of him I ask you in the name of God. Ten prayers for a future of hope , out on 18 October for Piemme , of which La Stampa on newsstands on Sunday 16 October has anticipated a passage. "His persistence among us", writes the Pontiff, is "the real failure of politics ". And he addresses the “local, national and world authorities” on whom “the appropriate initiatives to curb the war depend. And to them, making this request of mine in the name of God, I also ask tha

The best foods to help keep the brain young despite aging

  Learn about some of the best foods for the brain / File photo Age accelerates mental decline, yet a few simple activities can keep the brain young. The brain requires 20% of our daily calories, according to study.  But not all foods are brain-healthy.  Some foods are better than others for brain health and memory. Discover brain-boosting foods. Green leafy vegetables Spinach, saag, and others contain beta-carotene, folic acid, vitamin K, and lutein. Vegetables reduce the risk of mental deterioration, according to research. According to experts, 1.5-2 cups of spinach each week can help. Walnuts, almonds, and pistachios are brain-healthy nuts. Each nut offers unique mental health advantages. Walnuts are great for brain health because they include omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. People who ate 15 to 30 grams of nuts daily scored higher on cognitive tests. Coffee and tea These hot drinks boost mental alertness and offer additional benefits.  Tea and coffee's caffeine and antiox

Google unveiled its "Pixel 7" and "Pixel 7 Pro" phones,

  Google unveiled its "Pixel 7" and "Pixel 7 Pro" phones, as well as earbuds, watches, and headphones. The company introduced all of the devices and put them up for sale online right away in a few countries in America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. However, in most countries, they aren't even up for sale online yet. People think that the "Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro" will be sold in a number of countries by the end of next month.  People say that Google's Pixel 7 phones are the best the company has ever made because they have the fastest speeds, the most advanced technology, and can handle water and mud.   Pixel 7 Pro This time, the company put out its best phone, the "Google Pixel 7 Pro," which has a 7.6-inch screen. On the back of this phone, there are three cameras. The main camera is 50 megapixels, the second is 48 megapixels, and the third is 12 megapixels. There are also several sensors. The front camera on the phone is 10 megapixels,

Xiaomi introduced the new 12T series

  - The first phone with a 200Mpx camera for detailed images from Xiaomi - We can look forward to top equipment and an attractive price - The lower model then offers a great price/equipment ratio Xiaomi has introduced the 12T and 12T Pro models, which are largely based on the 12 and share most of the equipment. The higher model brings one first that we haven't seen in the brand before - a micro-USB charging point for the larger screen.   The device appears to be very similar to its predecessor at first glance, even down to the dimensions. The phone fits comfortably in the hand thanks to its rounded glass back, which is also pleasant to the touch. However, there is also a positive change. This time, the front side is flat, which will please everyone who dislikes rounded displays. But once more, it is a 6.67" AMOLED with a 120Hz refresh rate and FullHD+ resolution. Dual speakers from Harman/Kardon will also be useful for multimedia.   Here, the performance is flawless. You c