China Gets At-Home Food Toxin Testing Kits
University scientists develop at-home food safety test
China might have the some of the world's oldest and most delicious cuisines, but it does not currently have a particularly good reputation for food safety. Toxic chemicals have been found in chicken, condoms in yogurt, and carcinogenic mildew in peanuts. Government efforts to crack down on food safety violations have not done much to boost consumer confidence, so scientists have invented a testing kit so people can check their food for toxic chemicals in the safety of their own homes.
According to Shanghaiist, researchers at the Tianjin University of Science and Technology developed the at-home kit, which consists of strips of color-changing paper that test for more than 60 kinds of chemicals that could be in food.
Considering all the crazy things that have been found in food, 60 chemicals seems a bit of a short list.
The testing kits are not on sale yet, but Professor Shuo Wang from Tianjin University told the Epoch Times that his team had acquired 13 patents for their testing kit, and that it was expected to be in very high demand.
8 at-home health kits to test for Celiac disease, fertility and more
Home health testing can offer initial insights for unexplained symptoms.
At-home finger pricks used to be synonymous with diabetes. Now, anyone can prick their finger at home to test for virtually any condition they want.
Lab tests and disease screenings historically involve making a doctor's appointment, enduring a couple hours in a clinic and waiting weeks to find out your results. Direct-to-consumer health companies have changed that with mail-order kits that test for everything from Celiac disease to nutrient deficiencies, all with only a finger prick or a saliva sample.
You can test an entire hormone panel to discover the cause behind chronic symptoms -- like daytime fatigue, digestive issues and headaches -- or test for a single compound, such as hbA1c for diabetes.
While you shouldn't use these at-home health tests as a diagnostic tool alone, they can help you avoid unnecessary trips to the doctor if you get negative results -- or spark an informed discussion with your primary care physician if you get positive results.
Remember that these at-home health tests aren't perfect, but the results you get can give you insight to a health concern you've been struggling with. For example, if you've been battling poor sleep and digestive issues, you might have a food intolerance. An at-home allergen-specific test can be the first step in modifying your diet or seeking treatment from a nutrition professional.
With that, we round up eight of the best at-home diagnostic tests for different health concerns.
Pathogen testing in food mainly involves detection of forms of bacterial contamination by pathogens such as E. coli, Campylobacter and Staphylococcus, Salmonella, Listeria and others. Pathogen testing in food using real-time, quantitative PCR (qPCR) results faster food analysis. In recent era, increase in foodborne diseases requires control from spread, so various food industries are utilizing testing methods in order to provide better quality food products among consumers. Hence demands for food pathogen testing products are increasing. Various techniques such as polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and immunomagnetic separation (IMS) have developed in market for rapid and sensitive detection of foodborne pathogens.
Swab tests require you to swab the inside of your nose or cheek to collect a sample that can be tested for the coronavirus. While many swab tests at testing sites collect a sample from deep in your nasal passage, at-home versions are less invasive.
The FDA authorized the first at-home test kit, Pixel by LabCorp, on April 21. The FDA worked with LabCorp to develop the test, and said it's as accurate as a sample taken by a doctor. The test is performed with a special swab enclosed in the kit that the patient uses to take a sample from the nasal passage, and then you mail your sample back to LabCorp.
Initially, this test required a doctor's orders to purchase, but it has since become available to everyone who takes a short assessment.
Doctors normally use a therapy known as chelation therapy and certain drugs like penicillamine or dimercaprol, to flush the toxic metals out of the body. These drugs bind with the metals and help in their excretion. However, there are numerous natural ways of heavy metal detox that you can resort to if you’ve been diagnosed with. Here, we shed light on the foods, herbs and spices that will help you get rid of the toxic metals in your body. However, you need to consult your doctor while taking them.
Cilantro: This herb is one of the best options for detoxification when used along with others. It reduces the build-up of heavy toxic metals like mercury and lead in the body.
Vitamin C-rich fruits and vegetables: Fruits like oranges, lemons and grapefruit as well as vegetables like spinach, papaya, and broccoli are rich in vitamin C. They work as antioxidants to bring down the damage caused to your body by metal toxicity.
Garlic and onions: These kitchen regulars are rich in sulphur which detoxifies your liver of toxic metals like lead and arsenic.
Flax and chia seeds: Rich in omega-3 fatty acids and fibre, they aid in the detoxification of your colon, a vital organ in your digestive tract.
At-Home Testing Kits Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis with Top Analysis Players | Abbott, ACON Laboratories, Inc., Rapikit, BTNX INC., bioLytical Laboratories Inc.
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Rising Demand of Self-Diagnosis for Diabetes
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Global At-Home Testing Kits Market, By Test Type (Pregnancy Test, HIV Test Kit, Infectious Diseases, Glucose Tests, Ovulation Predictor Test Kit, Drug Abuse Test Kit and Other Test Types), Type (Cassette, Strip, Midstream, Test Panel, Dip Card and Other Form Types), Age (Pediatric, Adult and Geriatric), Sample Type (Urine, Blood, Saliva and Other Sample Types), Usage (Disposable and Reusable), Distribution Channels (Retail Pharmacies, Drug Store, Supermarket/Hypermarket and Online Pharmacies), Country (U.S., Canada, Mexico, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Spain, Russia, Turkey, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland, Rest of Europe, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Rest of Asia-Pacific, South Africa, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, Israel and Rest of Middle East and Africa) Industry Trends and Forecast to 2028
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The Major Players Covered in the Report Are:
- ACON Laboratories, Inc.
- BTNX INC.
- bioLytical Laboratories Inc.,
- OraSure Technologies, Inc.
- Cardinal Health
- B. Braun Melsungen AG
- Piramal Enterprises Ltd.
- PRIMA Lab SA
- Siemens Healthcare GmbH
- Quidel Corporation
- Bionime Corporation
- SA Scientific
- ARKRAY USA, Inc.
- Everlywell, Inc.
- Nova Biomedical
- Eurofins Viracor, Inc.
- SelfDiagnostics OU
- AdvaCare Pharma
- AccuBio Tech Co., Ltd
- BioSure UK
- Atlas Medical UK
- TaiDoc Technology Corporation
- LifeScan IP Holdings, LLC
- Chembio Diagnostics, Inc.
- Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA
- F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd.
- Sensing Self PTE. Ltd,
- Atomo Diagnostics
- RUNBIO BIOTECH CO.,LTD
- Clearblue (A Subsidiary of Clear Blue Technologies International Inc)
- Sterilab Services
- Mylan N.V. (A Subsidiary of Viatris Inc),
- MP BIOMEDICALS
- among others.
- In June 2020, BD, a leading global medical technology company has announced that they have completed the acquisition of Straub Medical AG, a privately-held company. With this acquisition, the company will add the valuable expertise and experience of Straub Medical AG and will expand their product portfolio.
- In May 2020, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd has totally acquired Stratos Genomics officially. With this acquisition, the company will also deal with development of DNA based sequencing for diagnostics use. This has enhanced the healthcare diagnosis segment of the company, thus leading to more revenue generation of the company.
Product launch, acquisition and other strategies enhances the company market share with increased coverage and presence. It also provides the benefit for organisation to improve their offering for at-home testing kits through product portfolio of the companies.
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PART 01: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
PART 02: SCOPE OF THE REPORT
PART 03: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
PART 04: MARKET LANDSCAPE
- Market ecosystem
- Market characteristics
- Market segmentation analysis
PART 05: PIPELINE ANALYSIS
- Market definition
- Market sizing
- Market size and forecast
PART 07: FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
- Bargaining power of buyers
- Bargaining power of suppliers
- Threat of new entrants
- Threat of substitutes
- Threat of rivalry
- Market condition
PART 08: MARKET SEGMENTATION
- Market opportunity
PART 09: CUSTOMER LANDSCAPE
PART 10: REGIONAL LANDSCAPE
- Geographical segmentation
- Regional comparison
- North America
- South America
- Market opportunity
PART 11: DECISION FRAMEWORK
PART 12: DRIVERS AND CHALLENGES
PART 13: MARKET TRENDS
PART 14: VENDOR LANDSCAPE
- Vendors covered
- Vendor classification
- Market positioning of vendors
|Base year for estimation||2020|
|Actual estimates/Historical data||2015 – 2020|
|Forecast period||2021 – 2028|
|Market representation||Revenue in USD Million, and CAGR from 2021 to 2028|
|Regional scope||USA, Europe, Japan, China, India, Southeast Asia|
|Report coverage||Revenue forecast, company share, competitive landscape, growth factors, and trends Analysis|
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6 Natural Ways to Purify Air at Home
As Delhi's air pollution remains at hazardous levels, we've listed 6 natural ways to purify at home.Did you know: The air inside your home is actually 2 to 5 times more polluted and toxic than the air you breathe outdoors? It's appalling, really. We go for regular health check-ups, pop pills on a daily basis, stress over allergies, but neglect the most basic thing there is - the quality of the air we breathe 24/7. Everything from the mattresses we sleep on to our kids' pajamas can contain harmful chemicals and toxins. Dr. Manoj K. Ahuja, Healing Touch Hospital says, "Breathing in toxic gases can cause rashes, coughing, irritation in the eyes, as well as asthma like symptoms.Formaldehyde, a toxic gas, is found in insecticides, glues, shampoos, shaving creams, carpets and is actually a carcinogen. It is even found in cigarette smoke which is a major contributor to air pollution and can lead to potentially fatal complications, even if it's secondhand smoke. Also, chemicals from paint, woodwork in the house or office, hair and nail products, cleaning products and detergents - all contribute to air pollution inside our homes. It surprises me how so many potentially harmful contaminants get trapped inside our homes, and we can't even open a window to get some fresh air!
These pics sent by Dr TrehanLeft pic -Lung of a 55yr old from HPRight pic- Lung of a 52 yr old from Delhi pic.twitter.com/FstcFOocoQ— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) December 10, 2015
The capital city is gasping for air, shrouded in a thick blanket of toxic smog. So we thought it fit to list natural ways to purify the air at home and your workplace, since we spend so much of our time inside the house (an average of 90%). After all, breathing in clean air should be a priority.6 Natural Ways to Purify Air at Home1. Increase VentilationVentilating homes reduces moisture levels, a major problem for indoor air quality. But no, we're not asking you to open a window and let all the outdoor air pollution enter your living space. Instead, install trickle vents to purify and cycle the air you breathe indoors. Another great alternative is to use exhaust fans which help carry pollutants outside. Make it a point to ventilate your kitchen since cooking can be a major source of indoor air pollution, especially if you have a gas stove. Scientists who measured indoor air quality found that cooking a single meal on a gas stove can produce levels of nitrogen dioxide that the EPA considers unsafe to breathe. Also, after you take a shower, be sure to vent out all the steam and extra moisture in the air which can cause mold and mildew growth by turning the fan on.2. Beeswax CandlesBeeswax candles act as natural air purifiers. If you love to fill your home with scented candles, avoid paraffin candles which are petroleum derived and release benzene, toluene and soot into the air. Since these candles do more harm than good, opt for beeswax candles which ionise the air and neutralise toxic compounds and other contaminants. Besides improving the air quality at home, beeswax candles burn slowly so you don't need to replace them often. In fact, pure beeswax candles burn with almost no smoke or scent. They are especially helpful for asthmatics and to remove common allergens like dust from the air.3. Salt LampsA salt lamp is another great natural air purifier. "Salt crystal products tend to reduce airborne irritants, pathogens and allergens by pulling water vapour out of the air. Himalayan pink salt is a natural ionic air purifier that pulls toxins from the environment and neutralises them", says Dr. Manoj K. Ahuja, Healing Touch. Simply adding a Himalayan pink salt lamp in your room or near your desk at the office does the trick, in terms of functionality and decor. You can leave it on at night as well, since the natural orange glow doesn't disrupt sleep hormones. Note to remember: Salt lamps improve air purification much more when they are turned on, but surprisingly work when turned off too.4. Activated CharcoalUse activated charcoal as a natural air purifier. A fantastic way to purify indoor air is with activated charcoal, also referred to as active carbon. It's odourless, highly-absorptive and works wonders with eliminating toxins from the air. Another fantastic way to purify air at home naturally is bamboo charcoal. 5. HouseplantsNASA conducted a study which stated, "Houseplants can purify and rejuvenate air within our houses and workplaces, safeguarding us from any side effects associated with prevalent toxins like ammonia, formaldehyde and also benzene." It's the best way to counter the impact of pollution indoors, particularly if you have a family member with some respiratory illness. It's suggested that you have at least one plant per 100 square feet of home for efficient air cleaning to be accomplished. The best plants to filter toxins from the air are Peace Lily which prefers moderate sunlight, Lady Palm or Broadleaf Lady Palm which is adaptable but prefers bright, indirect light. Peace Lily Areca Palm, also referred to as Butterfly Palm, Golden Cane Palm and Bamboo Palm grow in bright, indirect light and can be kept anywhere, especially in carpeted rooms or those which have recently been painted. Chrysanthemum, commonly referred to as Pot Mums loves bright sunlight, and Money Plant i.e. Golden Pothos - also called Devil's Ivy, Money Plant, Silver Vine, Centipede Tongavine - is adaptable. Another houseplant which helps purify the air is English Ivy - often called Common Ivy or European Ivy and can be kept in rooms with computers, printers, fax machines et al. Boston Fern also grows easily in bright light and is best for hanging baskets. Spider Plant is useful in kitchens with gas stoves as it helps control carbon monoxide and xylene.6. Essential OilsIn the presence of essential oils like cinnamon, oregano, rosemary, thyme, grapefruit lemon, clove, tea tree - viruses, fungi, bacteria and even mold cannot survive. Studies from Weber State University show that Thieves Oil has a 99.96% kill rate against airborne bacteria. It is an antiseptic blend of pure essential oils including pine needle, cinnamon, thyme, eucalyptus, lemon and grapefruit which helps keep the home free from germs and purifies the air. You can add it to soaps and detergents to breathe fresher, cleaner air.10 Quick Tips1. Carpets are a toxic sponge. Clean them often. Especially the part of the carpeting near the entry of the house. According to an EPA study, if you use a doormat and take shoes off at the door - common toxins are reduced by about 60%.2. Eliminate excessive moisture, dust build-up and the use of chemical products like paint, detergents, and synthetic fibers. Side note: Say no to dry dusting! Use a damp cloth to clean up and to avoid breathing in all the dust particles which are lifted into the air while you clean.3. Quit smoking, and prevent guests from smoking inside your house.4. When it comes to household items, always be on the lookout for au naturel alternatives to chemical-laden items.5. If you have plants at home, clean leaves regularly to get rid of dirt.6. Take off your shoes! Shoes carry coal tar, cigarette ash, pesticides, fungal spores, lead dust, pollen, wood smoke, industrial toxins, mutagens, dust mites, and who knows what else!7. Resist the temptation to open windows and cool your home by using ceiling fans, heat-blocking window treatments and minimising the use of heat-producing appliances.8. Since dry cleaning solvents can be toxic to breathe, first let dry-cleaned items air outdoors before bringing them inside in order to prevent chemicals from entering your home.9. Know the limitation of air purifiers, as they can help reduce some of the tiniest air borne particles to an extent but fail to get rid of larger particles effectively.10. Clean your air conditioner to help keep asthma triggers away from your house. And as soon as you notice drips and leaks, get it fixed.
China sends doctors and masks overseas as domestic coronavirus infections drop
In the last few weeks, China has donated coronavirus testing kits to Cambodia, sent planeloads of ventilators, masks and medics to Italy and France, pledged to help the Philippines, Spain and other countries, and deployed medics to Iran and Iraq.
The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, has offered comforting words, telling the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, that “sunshine comes after the storm”, and adding that the two countries should step up cooperation and exchanges after the outbreak.
As the coronavirus outbreak spreads and countries struggle to respond, China has positioned itself as a leader and benefactor in public health, building the kind of soft power Beijing needs at a time of intensifying US-China rivalry and scrutiny of Chinese influence around the world.
The coronavirus first emerged in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in December and threw the country into a state of emergency as more than 80,000 people were infected and more than 3,000 died. Public anger and criticism over the government’s initial suppression of information and slow response, enabling the virus to spread, posed one of the most serious threats to the Chinese leadership in decades.
But as the number of new infections has dropped dramatically after stringent quarantine measures and social distancing by the public, China’s messaging has shifted. In recent weeks, Beijing has claimed almost-victory over the virus and state media have hailed China’s support for other countries facing the outbreak.
“Now we see Chinese officials and state media claiming that China bought the world time to prepare for this pandemic,” said Natasha Kassam, a research fellow at the Lowy Institute in Sydney and a former Australian diplomat.
“We know the propaganda machine within China is able to rewrite history but now we are seeing that replicated overseas,” said Kassam. “China’s victory over Covid-19 has already been written and authorities are trying very hard for that message to be received overseas.”
Medical staff from Yunnan Province wave goodbye on the plane at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport. Photograph: Chine Nouvelle/SIPA/REX/Shutterstock
Experts say that, while these humanitarian efforts are real, they have political ends that deserve attention. In a phone call with the Italian prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, this week, Xi said he hoped to establish a “health silk road” as part of China’s global One belt, One Road initiative, which has come under criticism from countries wary of expanding Chinese leverage and influence.
“There is nothing wrong with China helping European and other countries, especially now that it has gained the upper hand in containing the coronavirus at home. But it is also clear that [Beijing] sees its aid as a propaganda tool,” said Noah Barkin, senior visiting fellow at the German Marshall Fund.
According to Barkin, by offering support to countries like Italy, Beijing highlights the struggles European countries have had in helping each other and draws a favourable contrast between itself and the US. “While Trump is hitting Europe with a travel ban, China is the generous, selfless friend,” Barkin said.
The effort appears to be working. Last week, Italy’s foreign minister Luigi Di Maio posted a video of himself on Facebook watching live footage of a plane of supplies and medics from China, noting that China was the first to send aid. Serbian president Aleksandar Vučić said in a press conference this week that he believes in his “brother and friend Xi Jinping”. He said: “The only country that can help us is China.”
The campaign is aimed at domestic audiences as much as it is directed at the international community. Recent state media headlines describe Chinese medics arriving in Italy in response to the country’s “cries for help”.
Competitive Landscape and Food Testing Kits Market Share Analysis
Food testing kits market competitive landscape provides details by competitor. Details included are company overview, company financials, revenue generated, market potential, investment in research and development, new market initiatives, global presence, production sites and facilities, production capacities, company strengths and weaknesses, product launch, product width and breadth, application dominance. The above data points provided are only related to the companies&rsquo focus related to food testing kits market.
The major players covered in the food testing kits market report are Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Food Hygiene and Health Laboratory, Genetic ID NA Inc., Intertek Group plc., Microbac Laboratories Inc., Mrieux NutriSciences Corporation, Romer Labs Inc., SGS S., AsureQuality Ltd, ALS Limited, 3M, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Eurofins Scientific, Agilent Technologies, bioMérieux India Private Limited, PerkinElmer Inc., QIAGEN, EnviroLogix, NEOGEN CORPORATION, Bureau Veritas S., IFP Institut Fur Produktqualität, Romer Labs, and Millipore Sigma among other domestic and global players. Market share data is available for global, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA) and South America separately. DBMR analysts understand competitive strengths and provide competitive analysis for each competitor separately.
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