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Human DNA Gene Can Cause Procrastination

By |September 3rd, 2019|News|

Can Our Genes be the reason behind Procrastination? One hour passes then two, then five. The hours turn to days and the days turn to weeks- an endless pattern of procrastination emerges. At one point of our lives, it is inevitable for humans to go down this path of a premeditated moment of inertia. [...]

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AI Data Shines Light on Exercise Activities

By |August 29th, 2019|News|

AI Data Gives Insight on Population Exercise Activities We know the importance of exercising. We are aware of its health benefits, for our physical and mental health. We are heavily advised by medical professionals to remain active. Regardless of this, 2017 recorded about 28% of people, who are aged 16 or over from the [...]

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Human Gut and Brain scientifically connected

By |August 28th, 2019|News|

Our Gut and Brain - Intertwined by a Circuit of Neurons A recent study has proven that the human gut and brain are a lot more similar than we once thought. Aligned with millions of nerve cells, the human gut shares similar sensory properties like its counterpart, the brain. In fact, the gut continuously [...]

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Mind Controlled Robotic Arm Impresses Specialists

By |August 27th, 2019|News|

Successful Robotic Arm Movement Without Brain Implants A team of researchers from the Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Minnesota has collaborated to develop a new breakthrough in robotic device control. The researchers have created a mind-controlled robotic arm using a non-invasive brain-computer interface (BCI). This discovery is said to be the first of its [...]

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New CRISPR Method Tested on Babies

By |August 22nd, 2019|News|

Gene Editing on Babies to Avoid Deafness and Other Ailments Genome editing, or commonly known as gene editing, is one of the most controversial form of biomedical technology. In fact, it has been so much as a concern that the World Health Organisation has installed an international registry of all medical professionals researching the [...]

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Improved Electronic Skin Designed for Robots

By |August 21st, 2019|News|

A Sense of Touch: Electronic Skin for Robots No longer an acute thought of science fiction, electronic skin has become an exciting technological platform for medical enthusiasts. The highly elastic wearable e-skin, made from hydro-allergic bio-tech material, has been developed to monitor patients’ health and progress over a period of time without any added [...]

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Healthy Lifestyle Reduces Dementia Risks

By |August 20th, 2019|News|

Healthy Lifestyle reduces the Risks of Dementia Dementia is the loss of cognitive abilities and behaviours that can interfere with day to day functions like memory, language skills, problem-solving and even simple focus tasks. Patients often must bear the insufferable pain of having to be a burden to someone. However, research has shown that [...]

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Gen Z talent fits into Healthcare Industry

By |August 16th, 2019|News|

Gen Z talent and how they can fit into the Healthcare Industry A new generation of labourers is entering the workforce, the Generation Z (Gen Z). This new wave of thinkers is predicted to master the new age of technological advancements that grows rampant in today’s economy. The healthcare sector is no different as [...]

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Technological Device Supports Blood Clot Removal

By |August 14th, 2019|News|

Technological Device aids Surgeons with Blood Clot Removal The immediate occurrence of blood clots no longer poses as an irreversible health threat. With medicinal advances and companies like Aidoc, the issue relating to how to address blood clot or blood clot removal can now be tackled with great confidence. Surely the procedural risks and [...]

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New Pulmonary Embolism Treatment Advises Doctors

By |August 13th, 2019|News|

A Pulmonary Embolism Solution Given the Green Light by FDA In 2019, Aidoc received the green light from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) pertaining to a pulmonary embolism solution for patients. ism Aidoc is a Tel-Aviv based healthcare company that specialises in medical imagery analysis and aids radiologists to detect abnormalities in the [...]

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