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If your New Year’s resolution is to get fit, your dog may be your perfect training partner
4 years ago

If your New Year’s resolution is to get fit, your dog may be your perfect training partner

January is the month of ambitious resolutions – and getting fit and losing weight tend to top the list. But how many people manage to maintain their exercise goals? Gyms …
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App looks at your pupil to detect concussion
4 years ago

App looks at your pupil to detect concussion

A smartphone app could detect concussions and other brain injuries in the field, whether on the sidelines of a sports game, on the battlefield, or in the home of older …
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Anti-sense’ RNA aids repair of damaged nerves
4 years ago

Anti-sense’ RNA aids repair of damaged nerves

Scientists have discovered that an “anti-sense” RNA (AS-RNA) is expressed after nerve injury to regulate how the damaged nerves rebuild their coating of myelin.

That myelin, like the cladding around …
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It’s not a rat’s race for human stem cells grafted to repair spinal cord injuries
4 years ago

It’s not a rat’s race for human stem cells grafted to repair spinal cord injuries

More than one-and-a-half years after implantation, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine and the San Diego Veterans Administration Medical Center report that human neural stem cells …
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Genetic surveillance and why it’s critical in the fight against antimalarial drug resistance
4 years ago

Genetic surveillance and why it’s critical in the fight against antimalarial drug resistance

Efforts to tackle malaria infections over the past decades have yielded impressive results across the tropics, so much so that full elimination is now a public health priority for many …
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The future of bone replacements
4 years ago

The future of bone replacements

A UBC Okanagan researcher has discovered a new artificial bone design that can be customized and made with a 3D printer for stronger, safer and more effective bone replacements.

Hossein …
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Electronic skin’ takes wearable health monitors to the next level
4 years ago

Electronic skin’ takes wearable health monitors to the next level

A new, electronic skin microsystem tracks heart rate, respiration, muscle movement and other health data, and wirelessly transmits it to a smartphone. The electronic skin offers several improvements over existing …
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Five surprising ways holograms are revolutionising the world
4 years ago

Five surprising ways holograms are revolutionising the world

We seem to be fascinated by holograms or at least the promise of what they can do. Think the famous Princess Leia projection in Star Wars; holographic fashion shows in …
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‘Cellular time machine’ could eventually benefit humans, too
4 years ago

‘Cellular time machine’ could eventually benefit humans, too

UCLA biologists have developed an intervention that serves as a cellular time machine — turning back the clock on a key component of aging.

In a study on middle-aged fruit …
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How parasites and bacteria could be changing the way you think and feel
4 years ago

How parasites and bacteria could be changing the way you think and feel

Given recent events around the world, you could be forgiven for thinking that people have been acting in a very odd and unpredictable manner. There has been much research across …
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