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Researchers have developed a new way of using stem cells to provide better and rapid healing for patients suffering from complicated bone fractures. A novel technology is developed by Dr. Zulma Gazit, Dr. Gadi Pelled, Prof. Dan Gazit…

According to a research presented at SLEEP 2009, the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, adolescent obesity is associated with having less sleep. Reduction in sleep could be related to a higher caffeine intake, more…


Scottish scientists have developed the first technology of its kind in the world which allows children with communication difficulties to take control of conversations. How was school today? is a software system which uses a combination of technologies…


A research team may have broken the stubborn impasse that has frustrated the invention of an effective HIV vaccine, by using an approach that bypasses the usual path followed by vaccine developers. By using gene transfer technology that…


In a paper publishing online April 23rd in Cell Stem Cell, a Cell Press journal, Dr. Sheng Ding and colleagues from the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California, report an important step forward in the race to make…


So-called “silent” heart attacks may be much more common than previously believed, according to researchers at Duke University Medical Center. Studies show that each year, nearly 200,000 people in the U.S suffer a heart attack but may not…


A multi-disciplinary team of scientists from the University of Leicester could be potentially paving the way for the development of a powerful new strategy for both the early diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. The research is to…


A group of researchers led by scientists from the London Centre for Nanotechnology, in collaboration with a University of Queensland researcher, have discovered a way of using tiny nano-probes to help understand how an antibiotic is effective against bacteria.


Infants conceived with Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) are two to four times more likely to have certain types of birth defects than children conceived naturally, according to a study by the CDC. The report, “Assisted Reproductive Technology and…


New York’s Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas R. Frieden unveiled the City’s next-generation electronic health records (EHRs), already in use at more than 200 primary-care providers across the city that care for more than 200,000…

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