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Mauna Kea Technologies: Study of Cellvizio for Pediatric Cardiac Surgery

Mauna Kea Technologies inventor of Cellvizio, the multidisciplinary confocal laser endomicroscopy platform, announced today the launch of a ground-breaking new clinical study led by researchers at the University of Utah School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School called: “Evaluation of Fiberoptic Confocal Microscopy for Pediatric Cardiac Surgery.” 436 more words


LETTERS: A Cure for Alzheimer's Disease Could Be One Big Investment Away

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 || LETTERS || @maywoodnews 

Recent decades have seen an extraordinary shift in our expectations when we are confronted with what once were terminal illnesses. 261 more words



Although university-driven research projects provide a rich academic research experience for PhD candidates, a variety of recent studies indicate that many science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)  382 more words


Chimeras: The Next Moral Battle You’ve Never Heard About

In Greek mythology, a chimera was an animal to be feared. Homer and Hesiod described chimeras as fire-breathing hybrid creatures composed of a mixture of animal parts – part lion, part goat, part dragon. 754 more words

Current Events

Midnight Salivary Cortisol Versus Urinary Free and Midnight Serum Cortisol as Screening Tests for Cushing's Syndrome

From PubMed

Gafni RI, Papanicolaou DA, Nieman LK.
Developmental Endocrinology Branch, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 20892-1862, USA. 588 more words


How Often Do You Overeat?

How many of us have powered down dessert when we really didn’t want or need it?  We’ve all done it. We’ve let our eyes be bigger than our stomachs: we ate every bite of a filling meal, then compounded the problem by ordering a huge sundae, using the excuse that everyone else is ordering dessert, so we follow suit and then finish it all. 650 more words

Tips & Tricks

The US government is forcing Big Pharma to make public their big failures

Every year, millions of people sign up to participate in human clinical trials designed to test whether new drugs and other treatments in the development pipeline are effective. 512 more words