Author: centralbiohub

Oncology is a broad branch of medical science dealing with a cancer diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and research. Due to a number of internal and external variables, cancer incidence has dramatically... Read More

Respiratory tract infections (RTIs) are a significant health issue affecting millions worldwide. They are the primary cause of hospital admissions, ICU stays, and premature death. But what are RTIs exactly?... Read More

What to avoid in the first trimester?

A human pregnancy typically lasts for 40 weeks from the time of conception. It is divided into three trimesters, based on the development of the fetus: the first trimester, the... Read More

Human Biospecimens for Parasitology Research

Parasitic diseases in humans: An overview Parasites are tiny organisms that live in the bodies of other organisms, including animals, birds, and humans. Some parasites can grow, reproduce, and invade... Read More

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic condition in which blood sugar levels are elevated, and it can be caused by various factors that impact insulin production and action. High glucose levels... Read More

Handling of human biomaterials for research

Before delving into the management of human biospecimens in research, it's essential to define what these specimens are. Human biospecimens, also known as human biomaterials or human biological samples, originating... Read More

Autoimmune diseases occur when the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy cells and tissues, leading to damage and dysfunction in various organs and systems. While some autoimmune disorders are well-known and... Read More

What are tropical diseases? Tropical diseases are a cluster of infectious diseases that are seen in tropical and subtropical regions, including parts of Africa, Asia, Central America, South America, and the... Read More