Band-Aid Could Dissolve Microneedles Safely

Band-Aid Could Dissolve Microneedles Safely

Soon flu shot could be easy sticking on a Band-Aid. The DIY vaccination on its way and in its first test, Band-Aid patch dotted with softening microneedles safely as well as it efficiently carried a dose of influenza vaccine. The researcher stated that the people using the patch had a similar immune response to the flu vaccine, also people sharing their experience of using patch was painless. The latest patch does not require safe needle…

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NHS: Harrogate Based Firm Allows Doctors to Launch Health App

NHS: Harrogate Based Firm Allows Doctors to Launch Health App

For National Health Service, healthcare has exposed the latest programming which allows doctors to launch as well as to build their own health application. A Harrogate based healthcare firm’s upcoming technology that will intensely release the workload of doctors. To deploy services for National Health Services as well as rapid for development the healthcare company has invented toolkit. The developed toolkit provides a block structure for further development and deployment of services. The latest innovation…

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Creighton University: Capacity of Immune Cells Could Lead to Better Treatment for Lung Injury

Creighton University: Capacity of Immune Cells Could Lead to Better Treatment for Lung Injury

An assistant professor in the Department of Physics, the Rev. Andrew Ekpenyong was a doctoral student at Creighton University. He is working with a team of medical doctors and scientists studying the arduousness of cells after observing something strange about a certain type of immune cell called the neutrophil. The neutrophil is the most abundant type of granulocytes as well as the most abundant type of white blood cells in most mammals. Ekpenyong earned a…

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Standford University Study Report: Fitness Tracker Data Aren’t 100% Accurate

Standford University Study Report: Fitness Tracker Data Aren’t 100% Accurate

According to the study from expertise at Standford University, Wearable makers, like Apple Watch and Fitbit, are getting better at tracking heart rate. Standford University is private research university at Standford, California. Those wearable makers are not that much accurate to count calories. The researchers from Standford University directed a study to measure the quality of wearable trackers after finding a lack of data in peer-reviewed journals. An associate professor at Stanford, Euan Ashley said,”…

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UA Laboratory Student Plan to Do Hormonal IUDs Study Over Birth Control Research

UA Laboratory Student Plan to Do Hormonal IUDs Study Over Birth Control Research

Over the several years, it has been observed that most of the women using Intrauterine Devices to control over birth.  As the devices used has increased UA lab is directing a study to research over the effect of IUD’s on hormone level. UA lab’s student, Brooke Bouza, director of the research wanted to research on sexual health as increasing the number of women using IUD’s over years. According to the Centers for Disease Control and…

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Pinnacle Foods Recalled Aunt Jemima’s Frozen Food

Pinnacle Foods Recalled Aunt Jemima’s Frozen Food

A New Jersey-based food company, Pinnacle Foods Inc. is recalling Aunt Jemima product because they might be infected with Listeria. On Friday 5th May 2017, The company said that safety of the customer is a top priority and they don’t want such case which reported illnesses. The company says it started the recall when testing specified the presence of Listeria monocytogenes in the plant environment.

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