Aflatoxins: An Innocent Cause of Lethality in Humans

    According to Food and Agriculture Organization, United Nations, approximately one-fourth of the world’s food crops are continuously being contaminated comprehensively by mycotoxins. More than 300 types of mycotoxins are produced by one-fourth of the cereal crops infected. The foodstuffs containing aflatoxins are indiscriminately being consumed by people developing various ailments, diseases and even cancer innocently….

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      High Sugar Foods Addiction is Like a Slow Poison

      Sugar is an ingredient that almost everyone craves. The reason behind it is that it is sweet in nature and ultimately makes things taste better. Nowadays, people try to reduce sugar in their diets to lead healthy and disease-free life. But unfortunately, due to their current lifestyle, everyone is not able to follow it. At…

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        Exploring the Therapeutic Potential of Moringa Oleifera in Lead Poisoning: An Investigation of its Effects on Blood Lead Levels and Oxidative Stress in Rats

        Objective: Lead poisoning is a global public health problem that has been associated with poor treatment outcomes. We therefore evaluated the ability of Moringa oleifera (M. oleifera) to reduce blood lead level (BLL) and lead-induced oxidative stress in relation to dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA) in albino wister rats. Methods: Thirty rats were allocated into five groups…

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          Sleep disorders, Diagnosis, treatment and A Dentist’s role in early diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders: A Review: sleep disorders and Dentists role

          Objective/Background: Sleep disorders are interdisciplinary and involve a number of specialties such as respiratory medicine, neurology, psychiatry, otolaryngology, and Dentistry. 87.5% of the patients with loud snoring suffer from sleep-disordered breathing, of which 72% complain of excessive daytime sleepiness. Controversial evidence exists on the association of sleep disorders as a primary or secondary risk factor…

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            Silk proteins and its biomedical and dental application: A Review: Silk proteins in medical and dental field

            Silk is a group of fibrous proteins that have been used for centuries in the textile industry and as surgical sutures. Silk, in addition to its unique mechanical properties, silk possesses other properties, such as biocompatibility, biodegradability, anti-bacterial properties, thermal stability, controlled degradation features, and ease of sterilization, ability to self-assemble make it a promising…

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              Evaluation of Mandibular Third Molars Impaction Related to Inferior Alveolar Nerve by Using Panoramic Radiography in Zliten City, Libya: A retrospective study

              Abstract Objectives: This study investigates the relationship between impacted third molars and inferior alveolar nerve (IAN) by using panoramic x-ray. Material and Methods: A retrospective study was conducted at Assalam Dental Center in Zliten, Libya. We selected panoramic radiographic images of 65 patients (31 Female and 34 Male) between ages (17and 84 years) with 73…

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