Latest research news circulating in media giving hope to breast cancer affected is the trial on spider venom against breast cancer. Dr. Norelle Daly, member of a research team from University of Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience funded by National Cancer Foundation is working on the basis ofthe assumption that spider venom contain inlgredients to fight breast cancer the natural way. Deadly venom has history of being used in alternative medicines by communities. Chinese use scorpion venom for analgesic purposes.
Monday, October 10, 2011
But a recent study reveals it is not scientifically safe to do handshake as it is an easy way to spread virus.Nathan Wolfe, a virus expert from California has recently advised to avoid handshake and follow other methods like Japanese way of bowing or even touching one's elbow instead of handshake to prevent virus spreading. It is relevant in the wake of findings that Flu Virus can survive more than 24 hours on objects of contact and remain infectious. So let us regulate handshakes and restrict it to escape the dangers and think about alternate modes like bumping fists(ex. Barack Obama and his wife) or the Japanese way of bowing. Read report