There is no way of predicting what the future holds for you but you might just be able to find out if you’re going to die in the next ten years, thanks to a new blood test scientists have discovered.
Performing blood tests is a common procedure during medical examination to help doctors check for certain illnesses or conditions or even determine if the organs are working properly. But this new study published in Nature Communications found that a new blood test can predict mortality in 10 years with an accuracy rate of 80 percent.
A team of scientists in Germany developed this groundbreaking test.
While it’s horrifying for someone to know when they’ll die, scientists say this would actually help those who are at risk, warning them of what’s to come so they can change their lifestyle for the better.
To arrive at their findings, scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing collected blood samples from 44,168 patients of European descent, between the ages of 18 and 109, with their health events for up to sixteen years being monitored.
Among those patients, 5,512 of them died during the follow-up studies. Studying the data, which had measurements of 226 metabolic biomarkers, researchers found there were 14 of these biomarkers associated with the patients’ death.
The new blood test was able to beat the accuracy of predictions using conventional risk factors, like BMI, blood pressure, etc.
The team once again studied the biomarkers to find out how well they can predict the risk of mortality, this time involving more than 7,600 Finnish patients in 1997. During follow-up, 1,213 participants have di ed and the 14 biomarkers accurately predicted the deaths by 83 percent within 5 to 10 years. Researchers wrote:
“These results suggest that metabolic biomarker profiling could potentially be used to guide patient care, if further validated in relevant clinical settings.”
With this new blood test, scientists are now hoping that it can be useful for clinicians to come up with a much better plan to tackle their patients’ medication condition.
The test measures how physically vulnerable you are.
First author Dr. Joris Deleen said that while the new blood test may not be able to predict how much years you have left, but it can tell you how physically vulnerable you are, which should compel you to do something about your health and lifestyle.
Though the new blood test is promising, scientists say it’s not ready for use in the clinical setting and more research is needed. The study also involved only patients of European descent and have not looked into other ethnic groups.
Bill Gates Wants To Dim The Sun – And It Could Happen Soon!
Scientists say it could be a solution to global warming. Others, however, remain skeptical!
- Microsoft founder Bill Gates is helping fund a project that aims to decrease global warming.
- Harvard University's Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment (SCoPEx) will attempt to spray calcium carbonate dust to deflect sun rays to protect our planet.
- Others, however, remain skeptical about the technology and claim it could cause more harm than good.
US Intelligence Agency Is Making An Artificial Spying Brain
This US artificial brain has been under development since 2010 and remains TOP SECRET up to this day.
- NGA’s Office of Sciences and Methodologies confirms the release of the omnivorous analysis tool, Sentient.
- The project is still treated as a government secret.
- The analysis tool is said to take in all sorts of data with hopes to make sense of the past and present which humans can use to prepare for the future.
Dads Can Now “Breastfeed” Babies By Using This Device
Now the mom can sleep as daddy breastfeeds the baby!
- Japanese tech company Dentsu has made breastfeeding possible for fathers - by creating the father's nursing assistant.
- The wearable tech resembles a woman's breast and has its own nipple and tank.
- It also uses a special app that allows parents to track a baby's sleeping and feeding patterns.
Like Us On Facebook
Chinese Vendors Are Still Selling Bats and Other Exotic Animals, Says A Source
How One Small Town In Italy Stopped The Coronavirus Outbreak
TikTok App is “Fundamentally Parasitic,” According to Tech Experts
Parents Are Sharing Funny Photos Of Their Kids While In Quarantine
Doctor Moves Into a Tent in Own Garage to Protect Family While Treating COVID-19 Patients
Not Wearing Mask Is A “Big Mistake,” Chinese Expert Says
83-Year-Old Proves Age is But A Number After Becoming Flower Girl During Granddaughter’s Wedding
Good News: 95-Year-Old Granny Recovers from COVID-19