• Penney Micheal posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    A Patch That Detects Flush Of Embarrassment Or A Fluttering Heart Has Been Developed. The Sensor Monitors How The Skin Stretches And Contracts With Each Heartbeat/Breath Or Minute Tightening/Relaxation Of The Skin Each Time A Corresponding Muscle Is Flexed. The Device May First Be Used For Sleep Disorder And Heart Conditions.

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  • Latasha Pettway posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    Candida Auris, A Drug-Resistant Fungus, Is Now The World’s Most Feared Hospital Microbes Due To Global Warming. C. Auris Frequently Causes Bloodstream Infections, But Can Also Infect Respiratory And Central Nervous Systems, Internal Organs, And Skin. ~60% Of Infected Patients Have Died. Long Stay In Health Institutions Increases Risk Of Infection.

  • Daniela Ruah posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    A New study Is Indicating That Excessive Daytime Napping May Be An Early Symptom Of Alzheimer’s, As Alzheimer’s Disease Directly Kills Brain Cells That Keep One Awake. The Conclusion Was Reached By Comparing 13 Brains Of Deceased Alzheimer’s Patients Against Those Of 7 Health Brains And 7 Brains Of Other Dementia Types Patients. Wow!

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    Sickle Cell Monitoring By Microscopically Looking At The Cells From A Blood Sample Is Majorly Flawed Because It’s Time-consuming, And Cannot Monitor In Real-Time Changes Associated With Sickled Cells. The New Method Of Using Microfluidics-Based Electrical Impedance Sensor, Via Conductive Properties Of Cells, May Remove These Flaws.

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  • Cindy Alverez posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    Ebola Seems To Have An Experimental Vaccine That Prevents People From Contracting The Disease. But For The First Time, People That Already Have The Disease Could Be Cured With Either An Antiviral Drug Called Remdesivir Or One Of Three Drugs, Like ZMapp–A Standard For Ebola Outbreak Treatment, Which Uses Monoclonal Antibodies.

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  • Zhang Wei posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 3 months, 4 weeks ago

    Scientists Have Created A Tiny Smartphone Controlled Brain Implant That Can Selectively Manipulate Brain Cell Circuits To Uncover Problems like Parkinson’s And Alzheimer’s Diseases. The Implant Could Also Aid In Brain Treatment Development And In Addition To Controlling Drug Dose And Light Sequencing, Used On Neurons, Via A Smartphone.

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  • Adams Abigail posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 4 months ago

    The Scientists That Invented IVF Have Developed A Procedure That Costs Btw £7,000-£11,000, Which Could Delay Menopause By 20 Years. This Procedure, In Addition To Delaying Common Menopause Symptoms Like Hot Flushes, Memory Problems, Anxiety, And Reduced Sex Drive, Could Delay Serious Menopause-Related Health Issues Like Heart Conditions And Osteoporosis.

  • Daniela Ruah posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 4 months ago

    Alzheimer’s Disease Can Today Be Detected Through Cerebral Spinal Fluid Or A PET Scan By Looking For Plaques And Tangles. But Scientists May Have Developed A New Method, Via Blood Test, Which Can Detect Early Alzheimer’s Disease, With A 100% Accuracy, By Looking At The Ribonucleic Acids (RNA). The Test Kit Is Schedule For Market Btw 2021 And 2022.

  • Penney Micheal posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 4 months ago

    Previous Studies Have Indicated That Stressors Like Job Loss Or Natural Disasters, For Women In Their First Trimester, Could Lead To Premature Birth. A New Study Of 100,000 Pregnant Women Seems To Link “Moving To A New Home” To Premature Birth Or A Lower Than Average Birth weight Especially For Women In Their First Trimester.

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  • Mary Poppins posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 4 months, 1 week ago

    The First Completely Artificial Protein Switch That Can Work Inside Living Cells To Modify, Or Even Commandeer The Cell’s Complex Internal Circuitry Has Been Created By Scientists. The Cell, Called “Latching, Orthogonal Cage/Key pRotein (LOCKR),” Could Enable Scientists Interact With Living Cells, Enabling New Methods For Treating Diseases Like Cancer.

  • Issla Fisher posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 4 months, 2 weeks ago

    A New Drug Implant, Designed To Prevent HIV Infection In High-Risk People Like The Gays, Has Been Developed. The Drug, 10x More Potent Than Any Antiretroviral Medication, Works By Providing Continuous Dose High Enough To Shield Against HIV For A Year, Overcoming Limitations Of Adhering To The Once/Day Pill Regimen Of Truvada.

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  • Li Na posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 4 months, 2 weeks ago

    One Of The Most Widely Used Artemisinin-Based Combination Therapies (ACTs), Dihydroartemisinin-Piperaquine, Globally Recommended By WHO For Treating Malaria, Is Found To Be Failing In Southeast Asia. Though Worrisome, This Comes As No Surprise As Southeast Asia Is Known For First Hatching Drug-Resistant Malaria. Hmm!

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  • Penney Micheal posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 4 months, 2 weeks ago

    A Recent Study Is Indicating A Correlation Between Sexual Activity And Parkinson’s Disease Progression. The Study Indicated That Dominantly Men Who Were Sexually Active Were Found To Display Less Severe Motor Disability. The Study Was Conducted Over 24 Months On Early-Stage Parkinson’s Disease Participants With Average Age Of 57.

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  • Nelson Brault posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 4 months, 2 weeks ago

    Scientists Have Innovated A New And Probably The Most Effective Method To Kill Disease Spreading Mosquitoes. But It May Be Too Expensive To Scale Up. The Method, Applied In China, Uses Radiation Sterilization And Virus-Fighting Bacterium Infected Male Mosquitoes To Kill 83-94% Of Disease Spreading Females/ Year.

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  • Abigail Elijah posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    A New Study Has Determined That People, Especially Women, Who Excessively Use Hand Sanitizers And Soap Are Likely Prone To An Increase Risk Of Developing A Bone Disease Known As Osteoporosis. And This Is All Thanks To The Commonly Used Antimicrobial Chemical Called Triclosan Used In Making These Products. Hmm!

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  • Isabella James posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 4 months, 4 weeks ago

    Targeting Gene MYC, A Cancer Tumor Growth Driver In All Cancer Types, Has Been Challenging. Fortunately, The Discovery And Incorporation Of Novel Set Of MYC Promoter, G-quadruplex Stabilizers, Into Existing Topoisomerase I Inhibitors Could Make G-quadruplex Stabilizers More Effective Anticancer Agent In Treatment Of Almost All Cancers.

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  • Zhang Wei posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 5 months ago

    Researchers At The University of Washington, To Help Solve Communication Problems, Have Created A Tetris-Like Game, Known As BrainNet, Which Telepathically Moves Shapes On A Computer Screen With The Use Of Thoughts, Translated Via Electroencephalography Caps And A Computer, Between A Reciever And Senders Brains.

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  • Jacob Robert posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 5 months ago

    Nerve Transfer, A Technique Used To Reactivate Paralysed Muscles, Was For The First Time Used Extensively In The Treatment Of Spinal Cord Paralysed Patients, Helping To Restore Hand Movements. Nerve And Tendon Transfer/Muscle Reassignment May Have Limitations, But They Are Cost-Effective Ways To Treat Paralysis.

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  • Oliver Robert posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 5 months ago

    A Strain Of The Natural Occurring Common Cold Virus, CVA21, Administered Via Catheter, Was Used In The Treatment Of Bladder Cancer, Completely Removing The Cancer In 1 Out Of The 15 Patients. The Treatment Technique, Compared To Existing Treatments, Seem To Be Minimally Invasive With Relatively Small Side Effects. Cool!

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  • Mary Poppins posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 5 months ago

    Scientists Have Developed A New Method That Precisely Destroys Cancer Tumor, In Mice, Without Side Effects Of Conventional Drugs. The Method, The Use Of Engineered Bacteria Infused With Nanobodies, Can Destroy Tumor Masking CD47 Proteins. CD47 Prevents Cells From Being Destroyed By The Body’s Immune System. Hopefully, It Works On Humans.

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