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Role of regenerative medicine in curing Diabetic wounds

By Zaigham Abbas Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic disorder characterized by hyperglycemic state which is associated with a number of complications including retinopathy, nephropathy neuropathy and delayed wound healing. There are three major types of diabetes which are classified as type I, type II and type III. Type …

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Are precognition and deja vu same? (Part 1)

By Rutaba People usually confuse precognition with deja vu as they seem to be same. However, there is a prominent difference between them. Precognition (from the Latin prae-, “before” and cognitio, “acquiring knowledge”), is defined as a foreknowledge of an event, especially as a form of extrasensory perception. Deja vu, …

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Bad habits that are actually good for you!

By Rutaba When we were young, our parents used to mark certain behaviors as very bad and that we are forbidden to do any of those acts. Most of us still have a few habits that are considered bad and not only behavior wise but also health wise. We have …

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PU Development Journalism students launch ‘Green Campus’ drive

By Javairia Shafiq Pakistan is the 7th most vulnerable country to climate change and global warming. More than 52,400 people have died as a result of over 11,000 extreme weather events and losses between the time period of 1997 to 2016. This reflects at least seven causalities on daily basis. …

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Shireen Mazari durable response to Mrs. Brad Adam Asia director’s Human right watch

I hope that you would include the massive human rights violations being carried out as a matter of state policy by India in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK) and by Israel in Palestine: Shireen Mazari LAHORE: (August 28, 2018): Human Right Minister Shireen Mazari responds to a letter on Tuesdayby Human …

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Balochistan education crisis prevails

By Zeeshan Nasir Balochistan’s education crisis still prevails it is in fact increased in place of decreasing. Despite knowing this fact, there is a whopping illiteracy rate, which has not only devastated the province but also our future-the youth. According to statistical data, 5.02 million girls and boys aging between …

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