Vol 3-Issue 4


Short Communication

Carnosine in Aging-Induced Neurodegeneration: A Promising Approach towards Better Tomorrow for Geriatrics

Natural aging develops a negative association with the ability to respond everyday’s stress related physiological conditions and develops a positive consequence with health deterioration and death [1].

Published 18 Apr, 2019


Editorial

The Age of Nano-Pharmaceutics: Promise or Catastrophe

The world is rapidly changing. If we look back 10 or 20 years ago, we can see the pace at which technology and science has influencing our lives, culture, and reality.

Published 30 Nov, 2018


Letter to the Editor

Tackling the Amyloid Beta-Sheet Peptide with Autochthonous Epitopes: Beta-Sheet Breaker Peptides

The extracellular β-amyloid deposits in brain parenchyma in the form of plaques are one of the pathological hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease (AD).

Published 25 Sep, 2018


Research Article

A Randomized, Parallel Study to Compare Efficacy & Safety of Streptokinase vs Tenecteplase when Given in Correct Timelines in Patients of ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI)

Myocardial Infarction can be defined from a number of different perspectives related to clinical, Electrocardiographic (ECG), biochemical and pathologic characteristics.

Published 21 Sep, 2018


Review Article

Natural Anti-Inflammatory Agents: Recent Progress and Future Perspectives

Background: Although, various synthetic anti-inflammatory drugs were reported to be used for the treatment of inflammatory disorders but it is still a challenge for the medicinal chemists to develop more potent therapeutic agents.

Published 04 Sep, 2018


Perspective

The Birth of Antihypertensive Therapy

Prior to the groundbreaking studies of a few pharmacologists, the treatment of hypertension had loomed a formidable obstacle to physicians.

Published 23 Aug, 2018


Review Article

Living Healthy with Diabetes: Need to Know

Diabetes is a major global health concern. People with diabetes have worse mental health outcomes than those without diabetes.

Published 18 Aug, 2018


Case Report

Drug Induced Reaction: Dilemma of Finding a Real Culprit

DRESS syndrome (drug rash, eosinophilia and systemic symptoms) is an idiosyncratic drug reaction characterized by rash, fever, lymphadenopathy and internal organ involvement.

Published 08 Jul, 2018



Editorial

The Broad Avenue of Therapeutic Ketosis in Neurodegenerative and Metabolism-Related Pathologies

The Ketogenic Diet (KD) represents a well-known therapeutic option for refractory epilepsy [1], although mechanisms regulating its anticonvulsant effects still remain partially unknown [2].

Published 15 Jun, 2018





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