Title: Different Aging Pattern Odd Dead Teaching Staffs Of Private Pharmacy Instituions In Pune University
Ageing faster can blame it on lack of sex. Researcher suggests that sex once a week can slow down ageing and odd death. Women, may want to start being active between the sheets as a recent study has revealed that having sex at least once a week slows down ageing. Researchers from the University of Pune analysed physical intimacy, as well as partner support or conflict, overall relationship satisfaction and stress in 129 mothers in long-term relationships. Blood samples were taken from the study's participants to determine their telomere length. The preliminary study found that women who reported having sex with their partner during the course of the week tended to have significantly longer telomeres, the protective end caps on our DNA. Relationship satisfaction, stress and partner support or conflict has no impact on telomere length. Lead researcher from Pune University said that over time, shortened telomeres may contribute to chronic degenerative diseases and premature mortality. He added, "Sexual intimacy may dampen the effects of stress by down-regulating stress response systems and up-regulating immune response. Over time, these patterns of stress function should result in longer telomere length.
Dr Rahul Hajare was fortunate enough to be recognized for hard work with scholarships from India Council of Medical Research Ministry of Health Research New Delhi scholarship including a centenary post doc National AIDS Research Institute Pune that is presented by Respected Dr. R.S.Paranjape, Immunologist and World Renowned Scientist., Retired Director & Scientist ‘G’ National AIDS Research Institute Pune. His initial journey was a quest to heal with a different kind of highly education and did a sponsorship at the Ana Laboratory in Mumbai. After completing his training, he was privileged to practice in KLE College of Pharmacy Bangalore as a board certified Secretary KLE society Belgavi, .he was work to formerly reputed Pune University and services to be recognized by special Investigation team (SIT) for work in education.
Title: Sacroiliac Joint Posterior Ligaments Biomechanics And Clinical Implication For The Clinician
The sacroiliac joint (SIJ) is organized by articular surfaces between the sacral and iliac bones. The SIJ includes different functions, among which to connect the spine to the pelvic bone, which permits for better transmission of vertical forces from the spine to the pelvis and lower extremities. The first purpose of the SIJ is to provide stability, which is promoted partly by the muscles attached to the SIJ and is provided by multiple mechanisms, embracing the complex of ligaments fixed to the SIJ. The range of motion of SIJ is estimated around 2 to 4 degrees. Additionally, there are 35 muscles attaching to the sacrum or innominate, which work in a combined effort with the fascial and ligaments, thus ensuring movement and simultaneously stability of the trunk and lower extremities.
Dr. Sergio Marcucci has completed his Doctorate in Health Sciences (DHSc) with concentration on Global Health from A. T. Still University, College of Graduate Health Studies, Mesa, USA. He earned his MSc from A. T. Still University of Kirksville USA, and his D.O. from Sutherland College of Osteopathic Medicine, Belgium. He is practicing osteopathic medicine since 18 years. Has given 15 oral presentations and one poster presentation.