» Focused ultrasound enables precise noninvasive therapy
05/05/21 13:44 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
New research demonstrates that noninvasive neuromodulation via low-intensity ultrasound can have cell-type selectivity in manipulating neurons.

» How accurate are virtual assessments of cognitive function?
05/05/21 11:48 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
A new analysis examines the accuracy and reliability of virtual compared with in-person cognitive assessments for diagnosing dementia or mild cognitive impairment.

» Gene therapy in Alzheimer's disease mouse model preserves learning and memory
04/05/21 23:16 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
Researchers have used gene therapy to prevent learning and memory loss in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease, a key step toward eventually testing the approach in humans with the neurodegenerative disease.

» 3D 'bioprinting' used to create nose cartilage
04/05/21 20:17 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
A team of University of Alberta researchers has discovered a way to use 3-D bioprinting technology to create custom-shaped cartilage for use in surgical procedures. The work aims to make it easier for surgeons to safely restore the featu...

» Why does heart scarring cause abnormal rhythms in some people but not others?
04/05/21 17:57 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
Scientists have shed light on why some people who have a stroke do not also have abnormal heart rhythms, even though their hearts contain similar scar tissue.

» Testing tool can quickly distinguish between viral and bacterial infections
04/05/21 15:26 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
In a study proving feasibility, researchers showed that their testing technology can accurately distinguish between a viral and a bacterial infection for respiratory illness - a critical difference that determines whether antibiotics are...

» People with disabilities faced pandemic triage biases
04/05/21 15:26 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
A new paper suggests that unconscious biases in the health care system may have influenced how individuals with intellectual disabilities were categorized in emergency triage protocols.

» Researchers identify protein 'signature' of severe COVID-19
04/05/21 15:26 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
Researchers have identified more than 250 'severity associated' proteins in the worst cases of COVID-19. These findings could help researchers identify the mechanisms that cause severe COVID-19.

» 'Last resort' antibiotic pops bacteria like balloons
04/05/21 15:26 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
Scientists have revealed how an antibiotic of 'last resort' kills bacteria.

» Scientists invent catheter system to deliver electricity-activated glue path
03/05/21 13:35 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
Researchers have developed a device that offers a quicker and less invasive way to seal tears and holes in blood vessels, using an electrically-activated glue patch applied via a minimally invasive balloon catheter.

» Personalized medications possible with 3D printing
03/05/21 12:38 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
Customized medicines could one day be manufactured to patients' individual needs, with researchers investigating technology to 3D 'print' pills.

» Fiber-optic ultrasonic imaging probe for future nanoscale disease diagnostics
30/04/21 16:03 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
Scientists have developed an ultrasonic imaging system, which can be deployed on the tip of a hair-thin optical fiber, and will be insertable into the human body to visualize cell abnormalities in 3D.

» Prior SARS-CoV-2 infection boosts response to variants after first vaccine dose
30/04/21 16:03 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
A single dose of vaccine boosts protection against SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus variants, but only in those with previous COVID-19, a study has found.

» Multi-drug resistant infection about to evolve within cystic fibrosis patients
29/04/21 18:26 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
Scientists have been able to track how a multi-drug resistant organism is able to evolve and spread widely among cystic fibrosis patients - showing that it can evolve rapidly within an individual during chronic infection. The researchers...

» Wearable glucose monitors shed light on progression of Type 2 diabetes in Hispanic adults
29/04/21 16:34 from ScienceDaily: Today's Healthcare News
Researchers have shown wearable devices that continuously monitor blood sugar provide new insights into the progression of Type 2 diabetes among at-risk Hispanic/Latino adults.

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