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  • DNA
    Google wants to store a copy of your DNA
    These days almost everyone is keeping their data on cloud storage platforms, from bank information to legal documents to family photos, but what about the basic biological building blocks of what makes you who you are? On Thursday it was reported...
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    3D printers for home and commercial use
    It is no secret that that 3D printing is probably one of the most revolutionary trends in our generation. The work being done in the medical field with this technology is nothing short of amazing. Professor Melissa little is currently leading a...
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    The art of 'Body Worlds Vital', A review
    We had a chance to view the "Body Worlds Vital" exhibit in Boston on Wednesday, Mar. 6, 2014. That was an interesting day to pick for a tour for those who celebrate Ash Wednesday. This display definitely reminds one of their mortality,...
  • New strain of HIV
    Scientists discover more aggressive strain of HIV
    Researchers discovered a new and more aggressive strain of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), Fox News reported a few days ago. It is believed that this strain of HIV develops into AIDS much more quickly than the previously discovered strains....
  • Robotic suit enables parapalegic to walk
    Robotic suit enables parapalegic to walk
    During a demonstration on Thursday a man paralyzed from the hips down was able to walk using a strap-on exoskelton made by Ekso Bionics.The new device was being demonstrated at the opening of the Rehabilitation Bionics Program at Mount Sinai...
  • Dr. Andrew Newberg
    Impact of prayer can be measured in brain wave activity with benefits
    The Bible states to “guard your heart, for out of it flows the issues of life”.Breakthrough research is substantiating this Biblical truth with Andrew B. Newberg, MD as an American neuroscientist and Director of Research at the Myrna...
  • Green and healthier.
    Green and healthier.
    There is a saying that " Everything in green is life, and life is good" and I cannot agreed more than that.Lets start with a very gracious and delectable vegetable.Broccoli.This mother nature product has been studied in so many different...
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    The rise of body wisdom
    In an age when everyone has a computer in their pocket, there is a interesting trend emerging, a trend to more natural ways of doing things. There is a bit of a backlash against the basic medical concepts of reductionism and the view that the body...
  • An astrocyte
    UC-Denver stem cell biology center gets a new executive director
    One week ago, it was said by CU newsroom that the Charles C. Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Biology has the former chief operating officer of Colorado, Don Elliman, for it's new executive director.Elliman's vast...
  • Jackson Five on Ed Sullivan
    Today in History-December 14 Jackson 5 on Ed Sullivan, 1st right to die case
    December 14th was the day in history when…1995: AIDS patient Jeff Getty received a baboon bone marrow transplant. Getty was an AIDS activist who had been infected with HIV for 15 years. For the previous two years he had been lobbying for...
  • Today in History-December 13 Gore conceded 2000 election, Chris Reeve left rehab
    Today in History-December 13 Gore conceded 2000 election, Chris Reeve left rehab
    December 13th was the day in history when…2000: Al Gore conceded the election to George W. Bush. While Gore won the popular vote, Bush won the Electoral College vote. The final state in contention was Florida where the vote was extremely...
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    Robert Edwards awarded Nobel Prize for pioneering In Vitro Fertilization - Photos - Video
    Louise Brown was a pioneer, but she didn't know it at the time. She was born on July 25, 1978, and was the very first IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) baby ever born. Since Dr. Robert Edwards and Dr. Patrick Steptoe performed the process which...
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    Stem cell transplants using self-supplied stem cells offer sight to the visually-challenged
    The internal anatomy of the eyeball (cross-section).Illustration credit: Joyce E.M. Wall In an Italian study published by the New England Journal of Medicine (June 23, 2010), researchers reported the results of stem cell transplants in people who...
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    Understanding Multiple Sclerosis through advances in science, medicine, and a personal perspective
    “My cat, China, who I also call Hero, knows something is going on with me right now thatis presenting more of a health challenge than usual, but through faith, I will survive this.”—M.P.Photo credit: Click hereAs a volunteer...
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