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Aging is a dynamic process that varies from one individual to another and is marked by a reduction in physiological function. With changes caused by aging, it becomes more difficult to maintain balance because motor function involves an interaction of information from visual, vestibular, and proprioceptive systems that are integrated in the central nervous system....
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Pulmonary rehabilitation is mainly fascinated by equipment-dependent training such as treadmill and cycle training. But not all patients are affordable due to its high cost of pay for the entire treatment course which may vary from six to twelve weeks. Ground walk training is the simplicity of performance, and it is easy to monitor the...
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Energy consumption in human society has increased as more energy supplies are required to meet the needs of the world’s growing population. However, there is a major concern about fulfilling energy demand while reducing reliance on fossil fuels. Bamboo-based biomass has great potential for use as a raw material for the production of biofuels and...
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The growing field of nanotechnology and its many applications have led to the irregular release of nanoparticles (NPs), with unintended effects on the environment and continued contamination of water bodies. Metallic NPs are used more frequently in extreme environmental conditions due to their higher efficiency, which attracts more attention in various applications. Due to improper...
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Inorganic nanoparticles (NPs) have played an important role as nano-drug delivery systems during cancer therapy in recent years. These NPs can carry cancer therapeutic agents. Due to this, they are considered a promising ancillary to traditional cancer therapies. Among inorganic NPs, Zinc Oxide (ZnO) NPs have been extensively utilized in cellular imaging, gene/drug delivery, anti-microbial,...
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