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Smart Stitches Could Transmit Data to doctors on wound recovery

Smart Stitches Could Transmit Data to doctors on wound recovery

Researchers at the Tufts University have developed prototype called smart stitches that would close wounds and in addition will send data to doctors indicating health status of tissue during the heali

Study finds no link between IVF and risk of breast cancer

Study finds no link between IVF and risk of breast cancer

A new study claimed that women who undergo in-vitro fertilization may not suffer an increased risk of breast cancer. It found that the treatment is not associated with the illness concerned.

Worker Converts Construction Site into ‘Where’s Waldo?’ Play Site for Kids at Hospital

Worker Converts Construction Site into ‘Where’s Waldo?’ Play Site for Kids at Ho

Construction worker Jason Haney, who is involved in building a new wing at Memorial Children’s Hospital in South Bend in Indiana, is giving something to kids at hospital which no treatment or facility

Nail biting and thumb-sucking might be healthy for children

Nail biting and thumb-sucking might be healthy for children

To all those parents who have tough time in making their kids keep their fingers out of their mouths, here is something that will probably give you so much relief.

Study unveils unexpected role of interferon gamma in promoting social brain functions

Study unveils unexpected role of interferon gamma in promoting social brain func

A new study states that immune system signaling can directly affect and change social behavior in mice and other model animals.

Future Obesity Risk Averted By Early Sleep Timing for Preschoolers

Future Obesity Risk Averted By Early Sleep Timing for Preschoolers

A research has provided parents with a solution for ensuring that the risk of their preschool children becoming obese one day gets averted.

Symptoms of Breast Cancer Revival Ignored By Doctors

Symptoms of Breast Cancer Revival Ignored By Doctors

A new research conducted for the charity Breast Cancer Care revealed that women, who consider having successfully defeated breast cancer, are ignored by doctors when their symptoms of breast cancer re

Officials urge protection as Camden County sees first confirmed human case of West Nile Virus in 2016

Officials urge protection as Camden County sees first confirmed human case of We

A 48-year-old Camden County man is under treatment after getting infected with the West Nile virus. His case has marked the first verified human case of the virus statewide this year.

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Scientists develop new way to create micro-robots that could deliver drugs and p

Scientists at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) and ETH Zurich have come up with a new way to make microrobots that may potentially be used in the human body to deliver drugs and do medical operations.

Over the last some years, groups of scientists have been studying distinct ways of using miniature robots for medical...

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