Repositive launches limited-time free Personal Shopper Service, to connect researchers with difficult-to-source translational cancer models Repositive, the Cambridge (UK) tech start-up that connects oncology researchers with the world of cancer models and the services they require to develop new treatments and cures, has announced a limited-time, free of charge, introductory service to its Cancer Models
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During this year’s Consumer Electronics Summit (CES), Medical Tech clearly stood out from the crowd. Such innovations bring extremely relevant solutions to an industry characterized by a lack of sufficient practitioners to meet demands, delays in treatment, avoidance by patients due to high costs and in some cases treatment errors. Much of the tech focused
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Medical technology (medtech) has the potential to completely change the face of healthcare in the UK – from wearables to complex brain imaging technology and everything in between. Encouragingly, it’s something that hasn’t gone unnoticed by the government, which recently pledged £9 million to fund revolutionary digital healthcare projects. This is in addition to an
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Investigators led by Stacey Fedewa, Ph.D. at the American Cancer Society examined screening rates for cervical, breast, and colorectal cancer by occupational characteristics in 2010, 2013 and 2015 using National Health Interview Surveys (NHIS) among eligible US workers. ‘People in food service, construction, production, and sales occupations were 13-26%, 17-28% and 9-30% less likely to
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Citing the data compiled by the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, LG said there were 8.8 million visually impaired people in India. ‘LG Electronics, South Korean electronics manufacturer to help 1,000 Indians receive eye surgeries.’ The total accounts for 20 per cent of people around the world suffering from the disability. The company
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The study, authored by Jean Hall, professor of applied behavioral science and director of KU’s Institute for Health and Disability Policy Studies; Adele Shartzer of the Urban Institute; Noelle Kurth, senior research assistant in KU’s Institute for Health and Disability Policy Studies; and Kathleen Thomas of the University of North Carolina, was published in the
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. ‘In the study, it was found that those who meditated more regularly scored higher on total emotional quotient and had lower psychological stress’ They also showed improvements in general mood, stress management, adaptability, intrapersonal awareness, and reality testing. This indicates that emotional intelligence has a moderating effect on psychological well-being and mental health, the
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According to Sundar, the healthcare industry can benefit from increased reliance on automated systems. he said. ‘Tech-savvy people trust robots more than doctors in diagnosing a disease. The higher people’s beliefs were in the machine heuristic, the more positive their attitude was towards the agent and their intention to use the service in the future
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Both companies, although donating large volumes of tablets to the cause, are set to gain financially from the pandemic, an outcome that has been highly criticized by news outlets. ‘Pharma companies may have to focus their priorities and approach so that desperately needed innovation continues without complete dependence on the financial revenue attainable.’Read More.. Pfizer
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Stinging trees from Australasia produce remarkably persistent and painful stings upon contact of their stiff epidermal hairs, called trichomes, with mammalian skin. Dendrocnide-induced acute pain typically lasts for several hours, and intermittent painful … Source: SafetyLit – September 18, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Tags: Burns, Electricity, Explosions, Fire, Scalds Source Type: news
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