Research Into The Zika Virus Announced in the U.S. The Zika virus is thought to have links to birth defects in South America. The disease is hard to diagnose and is spread by a particular type of mosquito. Concern is rising around the world and governments are starting to bring research resources to bear on […]

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The Question So Many Are Asking. What Is The Zika Virus?  There is a new epidemic threat moving quickly around the world and it may be harder to detect and eliminate that any disease so far. It is the Zika virus and soon everyone will be talking about it so we though we should find a […]

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Good Question, Can You Teach An Old Dog New Tricks? When it comes to humans, many of us seem to get set in their ways the older we get. Maybe it is that we forget how to learn new things so the process is rusty or maybe we have damaged some brain cells along the […]

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Finally a Portable Medical Tablet PC. The first University-Industry Cooperative Research Venture, Conecson Co., Ltd. has been officially launched at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Korea, on Tuesday, January 19th, 2016.

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Magnetic resonance imaging is a technique that uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the organs and tissues within your body.It can be used to make three dimensional images of your body or organs so they can be viewed from different angles. 

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New Research into the effectiveness of cancer treatments Cancer treatments are expensive, scary and painful for patients but they are becoming more effective. There are many different drugs and treatments and even combinations of drugs that are used to shrink the cancer cell.

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Next to heart disease, cancer has been a leading worldwide cause of deaths for decades, or at least as long as we have reliable records. Billions of dollars have been spent on research for early detection and treatment, as well as examination of the possible causes.

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A Bigger Better Cancer Drug Database. What happens when big data and cancer research come together? You possibly end up with a global repository for cancer drug therapy that can benefit researchers and patients alike.

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Stanford University researchers have created dyes that, when stimulated, emit light of long wavelengths close to infrared light. Such a light, which is not visible to the human eye, could then be viewed by a special camera and be projected to a monitor to produce deeper, sharper images from inside the body.

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Fertility Treatment Options and Exotic Destinations. I love going on vacation as much as the next person and there are some destinations that appeal to me more than others. The internet is a great place to find the perfect vacation for you, that allows you to see and do things you want to do. That […]

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