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5 Questions Everyone Should Ask Themselves Daily to Achieve Success | Inc.com

Constant improvement is not easy. Whether it is a skill, or a positive quality, or a way of life you are looking to cultivate, staying on the positive side of the growth curve takes work.<p>My entire life, I have been immersed in worlds that have taught me how to continuously seek mastery and reinvent …

Motivation

Superbugs meet their match in rapid genome sequencing

Close to real-time tracking of deadly superbugs such as MRSA promises to close down outbreaks faster and save lives<p>It was the first sign of trouble. Three babies on the special care ward at Rosie Hospital in Cambridge tested positive for the MRSA superbug. Fearing an outbreak of the dangerous …

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Decreased infection rates following total joint arthroplasty in a large county run teaching hospital: A single surgeon's experience and possible solution

Total joint arthroplasty is a common orthopaedic procedure producing valuable improvements in patient's quality of life. A dreaded complication of …

Medicine

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The 50 Highest Cited Papers in Hip and Knee Arthroplasty

The future of particle physics?

Just over a year ago I was up a mountain, in fog and hail, at the South-Western tip of Sicily. Along with about fifty other delegates, I was discussing the future of particle physics. This was the Erice meeting where we drafted the update of the European Strategy for particle physics. Although the …

The Rags-To-Riches Tale Of How Jan Koum Built WhatsApp Into Facebook's New $19 Billion Baby

<i>Click here for our magazine cover story on the Facebook-WhatsApp Megadeal: The Courtship, The Secret Meetings, The $19 Billion Poker Game</i><p>Jan Koum picked a meaningful spot to sign the $19 billion deal to sell his company WhatsApp to Facebook earlier today. Koum, cofounder Brian Acton and venture …

Being a doctor was once a job with great purpose. Now it's just a business

The 'free market' approach to care means seeing more patients in less time. We've lost the human connection in health reform<p>As a physician, I resent the fact that the divisive healthcare reform debate has made my profession look like it is only a business, essentially a commodity. Growing up in the …

Immunology in the skin

9 Utterly Ridiculous Conspiracy Theories

Moon landing deniers have nothing on these people.<p>From lizard people to the Denver airport being a portal to Hell, some of our favorite far-out conspiracy theories.

Self-Assembling Molecules Like These May Have Sparked Life on Earth

For Nicholas Hud, a chemist at the Georgia Institute of Technology, the turning point came in July of 2012 when two of his students rushed into his …

Big Pic: Curiosity Gazes At Earth From Mars

99 million miles away<p>Wave hello! This is what Earth looks like from Mars. Curiosity snapped this photo 80 minutes after sunset on its 529th Martian day, or sol, on the Red Planet's surface. Back on Curiosity's planet of birth, it was January 31, 2014.<p>A human standing on Mars would be able to see …

Mars

To predict how Lyme disease spreads, look closely at the rash - Futurity

Lyme disease is often evident by a bull's eye rash on the skin. But it's hard to tell if the infection is a recent one, making it tough to treat …

Disease

Archaeologists discover 800,000-year-old footprints on an English beach

A team of archaeologists has discovered a crucial clue to human ancestry in a set of 800,000-year-old footprints left in a beachside sediment bed in England. The prints offer an important look into early human habitation in northern Europe, with height estimates suggesting the prints were left by a …

A Salmon Has a Better GPS Than You Do

Young animals are capable of some pretty astounding feats of navigation. To a species like ours, whose native sense of direction isn’t much to speak …

Read Satya Nadella's first letter to employees as Microsoft's CEO

CEO calls for focus as he warns that "our industry does not respect tradition — it only respects innovation."<p>It's official, Satya Nadella is Microsoft's next CEO, and on his first day on the job he's sent a letter to the whole staff. In the letter, Nadella speaks of what he thinks makes Microsoft a …

Climate change map shows how much your city has heated up

<i>New Scientist</i> is making the impact of climate change alarmingly clear with a global map that shows just how much the world around you is heating up. The map shows yellow, orange, and red blotches across an interactive map to signify the extent that each given area has warmed up over the decades.<p>The …

This Is How Hollywood Has Been Fooling You All Along

When it comes to contemporary Hollywood films, there's often more than meets the eye. We're not just talking about an elaborate use of special …

The Mysterious Book That Nobody Can Read Or Decipher

It's a book that contains 360 pages, is based on an imaginary world and comes complete with pages upon pages of hand-drawn illustrations that are …

100's Of Years of Art History Incredibly Brought To Life

Beauty is the stunning 10 min short film by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro. It see some of the most celebrated movements from art history reimagined and …

Priceless Photo Series of Siblings Interacting with Farm Animals

Russian photographer Elena Shumilova acquired her first camera not too long ago in 2012, but unlike most of us, exhibited an uncommon talent as most …

Photography

X-ray photography that shows the world in a whole new light

Hugh Turvey's images of everyday objects reveal a hidden reality that the eye usually can't see<p>See more startling x-ray images from Hugh Turvey<p>It looks almost like torture. The bones in the foot sit in an excruciating 90-degree bend and the nails in the stiletto make it look like some medieval tool …

Smallpox: Last refuge of an ultimate killer

In July 2014, long forgotten vials of smallpox left in a cardboard box were discovered at a research centre near Washington. Until then, it was believed that only two places on Earth guard the last remaining samples of this killer virus. As Rachel Nuwer discovered in this feature, first published …

Disease

See HIV Infecting Gut Tissue

The virus collects in deep pockets in the intestine, and spreads from cell to cell in part by touch.<p>Highlighted in blue and purple in this electron microscope image are HIV-1 virions. As you can kind of tell from their surroundings, they're embedded in living tissue—this is HIV in the middle of …

HIV

Paulo Coelho: 'I had an enormous amount of fun being a hippy'

The Brazilian-born writer, 66, on wealth, travel and having coffee with strangers<p><b>Writing means sharing.</b> It's part of the human condition to want to share things – thoughts, ideas, opinions. I discovered very early in life that the best way for me to communicate is through my writing, but it took me …

Risk Factors for Total Hip Arthroplasty Aseptic Revision

The purpose of this study was to evaluate patient, operative, implant, surgeon, and hospital factors associated with aseptic revision after primary …

Southern California

Patellar Denervation in Total Knee Arthroplasty Without Patellar Resurfacing and Postoperative Anterior Knee Pain: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

The aim of this meta-analysis was to investigate whether patellar denervation with electrocautery (PD) after total knee arthroplasty (TKA) could …

Tai Chi

Intraoperative Fracture During Staged Total Knee Reimplantation in the Treatment of Periprosthetic Infection

Bone stock during knee reimplantation for infection is compromised and may contribute to intraoperative fracture. This study aims to describe the …

Cross-sectional Studies

Home : Genomics and Stem Cell Based Therapies: Shaping the Future of Personalized Medicine

Genomics and Stem Cell Based Therapies: Shaping the Future of Personalized Medicine<p>May 29-31, 2014<br>The Garden Hotel, Guangzhou, China<p>The past decade …