Joyce Dobervich

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C2I 2017: Nuclear industry innovation inspires life-saving heart implant

<b>The Spiral-Inducing Bypass Graft was produced by an unusual multi-disciplinary, cross-border venture. The laws that govern blood flow apply also to</b> …

Using Flipboard to Supercharge Your Blog - From Planning to Publishing

Here are a few questions to consider if you want your blog to be known:<p>How do you organize your blog?<br>• How do you plan your blog?<br>• ​How do you stand out …

Public Relations

New camera can see through human body

<b>Scientists have developed a camera that can see through the human body.</b><p>The device has been designed to help doctors track medical tools, known as endoscopes, during internal examinations.<p>Until now, medics have had to rely on expensive scans, such as X-rays, to trace their progress.<p>The new camera …

Scanning The Future, Radiologists See Their Jobs At Risk

<i>This is part of an occasional series: Is My Job Safe? These stories look at jobs that might be at risk because of technology and automation.</i><p>In health care, you could say radiologists have typically had a pretty sweet deal. They make, on average, around $400,000 a year — nearly double what a family …

Artificial Intelligence

The Afghan girls robotics team will now be allowed into the U.S.

A team of Afghan girls who were denied entry to the U.S. to compete in a robotics competition are now going to be allowed in, thanks to ... President …

Drones will begin delivering blood and medicine in the US

After launching in Rwanda, Zipline brings its fleet of medical drones to three US states<p>A startup that uses drones to deliver medicine and blood to remote areas of Rwanda is launching a similar program in the US. California-based Zipline will bring its drone delivery program to rural and remote …

The FDA just approved a game-changing cancer treatment

CAR T-cell immunotherapy is a brand new way treat cancer.<p>Today, the Food and Drug Administration approved a brand new type of cancer treatment: One that employs the body’s immune system—a method known as immunotherapy—to fight cancer. This approval marks the first use of gene editing to treat …

This Robot Can Complete a 2-Hour Brain Surgery Procedure in Just 2.5 Minutes

Hello, future.<p>Brain surgery is precision business, and one slip can spell doom for affected patients. Even in one of the most skilled jobs in the …

The Brain

The FDA Has Approved a Revolutionary New Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

What Is Multiple Sclerosis?<p>Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that occurs when the body’s immune system attacks the protective myelin …

Multiple Sclerosis

The 12 Greatest Medical Breakthroughs of 2016

Image source: Getty Images.<p>With less than two weeks to go before we turn the page on 2016, we can look back on another largely successful year for the healthcare industry. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved 19 novel drugs in 2016 to treat everything from psoriasis to hepatitis C to …

14 psychological tricks to get people to do what you want

Psychological research suggests there are plenty of ways to motivate people to do what you want — without them even realizing you've persuaded them.<p>We've rounded up 11 science-backed strategies for getting people to like you, to buy stuff, and to give you what you're after.<p>All of them will leave …

DNA Tests Could Become Lifesaver For Cancer Patients

Major trials have revealed that tumor can be shrunk six times by using DNA tests at the rates of conventional medicine. Trials involving patients …

Cancer

The six most common patient faux pas, according to doctors

"Non-compliance" is a word Dr. Sara Taylor commonly encountered during her medical training in the late 1990s.<p>It was a term doctors used when patients didn't follow orders, like when patients stopped taking medication because they couldn't tolerate the side effects, or failed to adhere to their …

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“Hell, no,” Richard Isaacson bellows when asked whether some form of cognitive decline is inevitable with age, especially for those genetically …

We May Have Found a Way to Cheat the Second Law of Thermodynamics

Physicists created a new quantum theorem for entropy, and included is a possible exception.<p>The Second Law of Thermodynamics says that entropy in the universe must always increase. It's an immutable law of physics, and it's the reason you can't get free energy or perpetual motion machines. But a …

Could a Diabetes Drug Help Beat Alzheimer's Disease?

Most of the 20 million people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in the U.S. take metformin to help control their blood glucose. The drug is ultrasafe: …

Dementia

Biles Leads After Day 1 of US Gym Trials: Pictures

Northern California

2016 July 10 - Moon Meets Jupiter

<b>Moon Meets Jupiter</b> <b><br>Image Credit & Copyright:</b> Cristian Fattinnanzi<p><b>Explanation:</b> What's that next to the Moon? Jupiter -- and its four largest moons. …

A terminally ill doctor wants all hospital staff to introduce themselves to patients

BEING ADMITTED TO hospital can be a frightening experience for anyone.<p>This can be compounded if doctors, nurses and other members of staff don’t …

Finding Cancer Cells in the Blood - MIT Technology Review

In the near future, oncologists may be using a finger-size plastic chip with tiny channels to extract a dozen or so cancer cells from a sample of a …

Scientists Unfold The Second Layer of DNA

Since the 1980’s it has been suggested that we have not just one layer of DNA in our bodies, but two and this hypothesis has now been proved correct …

Nude Yoga Photos Capture The Human Body In All Its Bendy Beauty

Nice angles!<p>More than 20 million Americans get down with yoga. It's a wonderful fact, considering the ancient practice can do a body and mind really, really good.<p>But many fewer, we'd bet, practice yoga in the buff. For yoga novices, it takes courage enough just to show up to a class, what with …

The Secret to True Love According to Three Old Grandmas

"I absolutely think you can find 'the love of your life,'" says 71-year-old Honey. "But yes, love is just as scary when you're old as it is when you're young."<p>At 28, I've finally started to feel like a grown-up. When I was in my early 20s, I dated sleazy photographers or DJs who never introduced me …

Relationships

Kids don't like physics and maths: study finds out why

Britain will face a shortage of engineers, scientists and mathematicians within the next few years unless more pupils are encouraged to take up the subjects at school<p>Young people are dropping technical subjects such as maths and physics at A-Level because of outdated career advice and pressure to …

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