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The Fountain of Youth

12/16/2014 by Anonymous Poster
What factors governs growing old. When cells are capable to repair itself. How are we able to grow old. Could any sorts be done to reverse it or at l...
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Last comment 12/21/2014 by Kris
 

Knee Joint Model

12/15/2014 by matmean
Hello, Where I can get for free or buy a knee joint complete anatomy ( including femur, tibia, meniscus, ligament, and cartilage). I need a knee join...
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Last comment 12/16/2014 by Kilowatt0
 

Mail Order Drug Degradation

12/10/2014 by Unredundant
As an old guy, I have medications that, by rules set forth by my companies health care prescription drug program, must be received through the mail....
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Last comment 12/13/2014 by RAMConsult
 

What This Is

12/08/2014 by Anonymous Poster
This is what is.
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Last comment 12/08/2014 by lyn
 

'Text Neck'- Are You Next?

11/21/2014 by dj95401
Do you suffer from Text Neck? Washington Post ran an article about research published by Kenneth Hansraj M.D. Basically saying that they are seeing...
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Last comment 11/25/2014 by reward54
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Biomedical Engineering

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A Gluten Story, Part 2

12/16/2014 by Chelsey H
Gluten can be eaten by itself and has become a common substitute for meat and tofu. It is particularly popular in Asia, where is goes by the name se...
Views: 194, Comments: 5
Last comment 12/20/2014 by C-Mac

A Gluten Story, Part 1

12/14/2014 by Chelsey H
Humans have been eating wheat (and therefore gluten) for ten thousand years. For as much as we hear about gluten today I feel like it is still very...
Views: 345, Comments: 5
Last comment 12/18/2014 by James Stewart

The Best Medicine

12/06/2014 by Chelsey H
The holiday season means most of us will be spending more time with our families. Whether your family is happy and normal or just altogether crazy -...
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Last comment 12/08/2014 by Noudge79
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Healthcare Engineering

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Coronary Stents-A Biomedical Triumph

12/11/2014 by CR4 Guest Author
The idea of dilating disease-narrowed arteries with balloons on catheter tips came into prominence in the 1970s due to the pioneering work of Andre...
Views: 175, Comments: 5
Last comment 12/15/2014 by kevinm

Wearable Health-Monitoring Patches

07/02/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
An experimental, flexible, wireless sensor that applies like an adhesive bandage or a temporary tattoo and yet remains soft and flexible enough...
Views: 441, Comments: 3
Last comment 07/09/2014 by vsar

Strategies for Engineering Negligent Senescence

01/08/2014 by HUSH
I know this is an engineering website, but if you'll allow me to take you back to middle school history class just for a moment. Ponce de Leon is an...
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Last comment 10/12/2014 by vsar
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Medical Equipment Design

115 blog entries, 573 comments (0 Viewing)

Tools to Tackle a Health Crisis

11/07/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has prompted worldwide action to address and contain the deadly virus. What contribution can telemedicine make i...
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Portability: the Final Frontier

10/01/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
With the goal of putting "healthcare in the palm of your hand," the global Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE competition has been narrowed down to 10 fin...
Views: 265, Comments: 0

Medical Engineering Victory at the World Cup

08/02/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
For some, the most celebrated action at the World Cup in Brazil last month wasn't the home team's winning goal. It was the ceremonial first kick -...
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Sports, Fitness, and Nutrition

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Materials Mystery: NFL Footballs

09/03/2014 by HUSH
Tomorrow night a new season of NFL football begins. With it comes 21 weeks of pizza, wings, beer and pretending you're on the team (that "we" pronou...
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Views: 427, Comments: 4
Last comment 09/04/2014 by BruceFlorida

Wearable Tech to Protect Pitchers

08/06/2014 by HUSH
Human capital has always considered a part of capitalism. For thousands of years, civilization was built on the sweat and blood of people considered...
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Last comment 08/07/2014 by tribefan1952

Building a Better World Cup Ball

06/11/2014 by HUSH
When we discuss foreign rivalries, there are a few that come to mind. England vs. France. Canada vs. USA. China vs. Japan. These are rivalries that...
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Views: 464, Comments: 7
Last comment 06/12/2014 by kevinm
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Pareiasaurs – Possible Relatives of Turtles

08/02/2013 posted in Animal Science
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Haven't heard of the pareiasaur? Me either, until I read an article in ScienceDaily. According to a study published in the Journal of Vertebrate P...
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Chatting with Canines

07/17/2013 posted in Animal Science
by HUSH
I have one particular family member who is a rather quiet sort. No matter my attempts to levy conversation, she'll just sit there quietly and stare...
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Unusual Bird Nest Building Materials

06/28/2013 posted in Animal Science
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It's a little late for most species of birds to be nesting but some, like these cedar waxwings, are still at it. Seeing this bird with such a huge am...
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A Tale of the Rarest Species of Whale

06/07/2013 posted in Animal Science
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When's the last time you saw a beaked whale? Despite the fact that they look a little bit like bottle nosed dolphins, it's actually likely that you'...
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Zebrafish in Research

05/24/2013 posted in Animal Science
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Zebrafish have been in the news recently. These small fish are gaining popularity in research labs. Read on to find out why! Zebrafish Facts * One...
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Therapy Dogs Provide Comfort and Confidence

04/26/2013 posted in Animal Science
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Dogs do more than guide the blind these days. Some are trained to call 911 in an emergency while others comfort the elderly and those with learning...
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