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World's first self-adjusting insulin pump
The world's first self-adjusting insulin pump systems for diabetes type-1 patients aged seven years or older.Medtronic MiniMed 670
12th December 2019 by mel 0 Comments
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NHS gives Amazon free use of health data under Alexa advice deal
Amazon has been given free access to healthcare information collected by the NHS as part of a contract with the government. The material, which excludes patient data, could allow the multinational technology company to make, advertise and sell its own products.
11th December 2019 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 1 Comments
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New research that explains why you should avoid stress
In the modern world, it is hard to escape stress completely, but we can make everyday decisions to reduce it. Get enough sleep, drink enough water, eat healthily and don’t push yourself too hard. It won’t buy you eternal life, but it should keep your cells ticking along nicely. https://www.sbs.com.au/news/insight/this-is-what-stress-does-to-your-ageing-clockI
11th December 2019 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
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5th December 2019 by imaginexxus-l... 0 Comments
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Artificial neurons could overcome paralysis
Scientists have created artificial neurons that could potentially be implanted into patients to overcome paralysis, and restore failing brain circuits.The bionic neurons can receive electrical signals from healthy nerve cells, and process them in a natural way, before sending fresh signals on to other neurons, or to muscles and organs elsewhere in the body.https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/dec/03/bionic-neurons-could-enable-implants-to-restore-failing-brain-circuits
4th December 2019 by lynnwood 1 Comments
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Blood test may diagnose deadly eye melanoma early
University of Queensland scientists say a blood test could diagnose deadly eye melanoma early, after discovering markers in the blood that can differentiate between a benign mole and a melanoma. With further development, the blood test could be used as a monitoring tool with optometrists, GPs, and specialists and may also be able to identify if the cancer has spread to other areas of the body. |http://bit.ly/2rGJk89
15th November 2019 by mel 0 Comments
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