Comfort Cast Makes Broken Arms Look Almost Desireable

Whenever you have a broken limb, life can get quite difficult. There aren’t plenty of ways that you can make it better, however, sticking a screen on it and completely modernizing is something I hadn’t thought about before now.

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Foam Injections Could Prevent Deaths on the Battlefield

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Future combat medics could save the lives of soldiers, preventing them from bleeding out on battlefields, by injecting medical foam into their bodies.

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Dr. Smartphone: Apps & Devices to Track and Protect Your Health

smartphone health.jpgThe one thing that people are rarely without these days is their smartphones, which makes them quite a handy platform for all sorts of useful apps and additional devices, including medical ones — from a visual way of remembering to take your pills to health monitoring systems.

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Rett Syndrome Could be Reversed by Bone-marrow Transplant

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Molecular genetics of Rett syndrome: when DNA methylation goes unrecognized

Rett syndrome, a severe autism spectrum disorder, which affects roughly 1 girl in 10,000 to 20,000 worldwide, could be reversed by a bone-marrow transplant.

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Flu Infections and MRSA Combine into Lethal Cocktail in Maryland

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MRSA, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus can be even deadlier when it is combined with a virulent flu infection. It’s been reported that a family of five have fallen ill and three have died from MRSA pneumonia that took hold in the lungs and was inflamed by a flu infection.

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MicroCHIPS Wireless Drug Implant Releases Timed Dosed Injections

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Researchers have announced that a wirelessly-programmed implant, which has been successfully tested in human trials, could save patients the pain of daily injections.

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Ebola Virus 3D Model: Staring Death in the Face

Made famous by its deadliness, the Ebola virus was first described in 1976. It was made famous by The Hot Zone by Richard Preston and some small epidemics that thankfully didn’t kill off most of the planet. While it never reached the epidemic levels feared, it’s still interesting to check out the intricacies of this 3D model of the deadly virus.

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