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Child Proof Batteries

A Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) led team has developed a simple “coat of armor” to encase small batteries, making them harmless if they are swallowed. 579 more words

Batteries

How I Was Wrong About ObamaCare

The law’s drafters wanted consolidation: 112 hospital mergers last year. But smaller practices have improved care better.

By BOB KOCHER
The Wall Street Journal… 879 more words

Does Exercise Aid Brain Health?

The Debate’s Yet to be Decided

Published in Woonsocket Call on August 31, 2016

According to AARP’s latest health aging survey findings, age 40 and over respondents who regularly exercise rate their brain health significantly higher than non-exercisers. 1,121 more words

Healthcare

Harvard Medical School scientists need a female volunteer willing to give birth to a genetically modified Neanderthal 

One of the world’s leading geneticists wants to bring back an extinct human species by cloning it from reconstructed DNA, then implanting the resulting embryo into the womb of a human woman. 632 more words

SCIENCE

Cartas desde Kaohsiung

Un médico explora la interacción transcultural en la medicina.

Por Alexander R. Green

Traducido por Iris Monica Vargas
Categoría: no ficción

El galeno Tsao le echa un vistazo a su agenda del día: le esperan cuarenta pacientes en su clínica de nefrología en la… 1,559 more words

New blood test identifies women at risk of preterm delivery

Researchers have developed a new blood test to identify if pregnant women may be at risk of delivering their babies prematurely.

The technique was developed by Suzanne Tough from the University of Calgary, Dr. 265 more words

Health

Now, what about money?

In my previous post, I wondered why as efficient innovation tool as it is, crowdsourcing is still seldom used by organizations. I offered two answers to this question. 636 more words

Innovation