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The Smartphone as a Parachute – Easing the fall

Illicit drug use in the United States is on the rise. Today, more than 25 million Americans aged 12 and above – 10 percent of the population – admitted to using...
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Google Has Patented A New Wearable That Can Draw Blood

  The new wearable from Google may assist diabetics easily monitor their blood glucose levels and include a variety of different health-centric features. The Mountain View-based search giant has filed a patent for a...
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Reasons Why You Should Have The Right Radiation Detection Equipment

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How Technology is Changing the Face of Addiction Treatment

Treatment for addiction is one of the most labor-intensive medical activities. It involves hours and hours of human face-to-face contact and support. Not only does the therapist spend huge amounts of...
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Scientists have found a new way to edit DNA

  A FEW years in the past, molecular biologists made an enormous breakthrough. By borrowing an antiviral mechanism from bacteria, they created a simple method to tweak the genetic data inside cells –...
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Don’t use that Hand Sanitizer!

Antibacterial soaps like Dettol, Safeguard and LifeBuoy provide an enticing solution to destroy bacteria that can make us sick. But triclosan, a typical ingredient in many anti-bacterial products, has come under...
This ingestible electronic device invented at MIT can measure heart rate and respiratory rate from inside the gastrointestinal tract.

Ingestible Sensor Can Monitor Important Indicators From Your Intestine

Typical disease detection includes many assessments and test—taking samples of blood, saliva, urine, and stool; inserting unpleasant-looking devices into various locations in the body; and the like. Even superior detection techniques—like patches with micro...
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Nanotech ‘Tattoo’ Can Map Feelings & Monitor Muscle Activity

  A brand new temporary "electronic tattoo" developed by the Tel Aviv University that can measure the activity of muscle and nerve cells researchers is poised to revolutionize medicine, rehabilitation, and even...
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Genetically modified algae kills ninety percent cancer cells with no harm to others

Algae has been genetically modified to kill most cancers cells with out harming healthy cells. The algae nano particles, created by scientists in Australia, had been found to kill 90% of cancer...
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Has Technological Advancement Led to More Opioid Addiction?

As technology advances further and further, humankind is also experiencing an increasing opioid addiction epidemic. The question is, are these two facts independent of each other or are they related in...

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