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New hybrid circuit for future electronics

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Photo: Hybrid CNT/IGZO circuits [24/06/2014] A new flexible and energy-efficient hybrid circuit using carbon nanotubes has big implications for the future of electronics.New hybrid circuit for future electronics - Read more

Multiple sclerosis: new description and understanding

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Photo: A tablet showing the words [11/06/2014] Multiple sclerosis manifests itself in many different ways and different courses. A recent effort to fine-tune descriptions – or phenotypes – of MS was undertaken by an international team of leaders in MS research and clinical care.Multiple sclerosis: new description and understanding - Read more

Prototype electrolyte sensor to provide immediate read-outs

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Photo: Ronen Polsky holds a prototype of a microneedle fluidic chip device [04/06/2014] Patients trying to navigate today's complex medical system with its costly laboratory analyses might prefer a pain-free home diagnostic device, worn on the wrist, that can analyze, continuously record and immediately remedy low electrolyte levels. Prototype electrolyte sensor to provide immediate read-outs - Read more

Football: "We want to globally determine deaths for the first time"

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[02/06/2014] Sudden deaths of football players make headlines time after time: competitive athletes who are the idols of many people die just when they are on the playing field and in the limelight. Congenital heart defects often cause their death. Sports physicians and FIFA now plan to ascertain data that can help improve preventive examinations in competitive football.Football: "We want to globally determine deaths for the first time" - Read more

Vascular health in athletes

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[02/06/2014] “Sports are good for your health”, as the saying goes. Regular exercise promotes the health of our blood vessels and prevents vascular diseases. However, many years of competitive sports can also have negative effects on vascular health and increase the risk of myocardial infarction. Prof. Martin Halle of the Technical University Munich explains at MEDICA.de what athletes need to pay attention to.Vascular health in athletes - Read more

Better imaging tool for tracking MS

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Photo: Imaging the brain [30/05/2014] Imaging scientists at Western University's Robarts Research Institute have developed a better way to track the progression of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) from its earliest stages.Better imaging tool for tracking MS - Read more

Molecule linked to aggressive pancreatic cancer offers potential clinical advances

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Graphic: The word cancer in red [21/05/2014] Mayo Clinic researchers say a new study provides key insights into the most aggressive form of pancreatic cancer, which is one of the deadliest human cancers.Molecule linked to aggressive pancreatic cancer offers potential clinical advances - Read more

World Multiple Sclerosis Day - 05/28/2014

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Photo: Multiple Sclerosis Ribbon laid over a face [21/05/2014] “One day …” with these words a lot of wishes start that were voiced by people with MS. They are collected at the website of World MS Day 2014.World Multiple Sclerosis Day - 05/28/2014 - Read more

A better way to treat ACE inhibitor angioedema in the ED

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Photo: Emergency Department [20/05/2014] Investigators at the University of Cincinnati have found a safe and effective treatment for life-threatening angioedema attacks in the emergency department.A better way to treat ACE inhibitor angioedema in the ED - Read more

Microchip-like technology allows single-cell analysis

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Photo: Microchip [19/05/2014] A U.S. and Korean research team has developed a chip-like device that could be scaled up to sort and store hundreds of thousands of individual living cells in a matter of minutes. The system is similar to a random access memory chip, but it moves cells rather than electrons. Microchip-like technology allows single-cell analysis - Read more

 
 

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