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    Substance in Tears Could Be Used for Diabetes Monitoring

    Dr Masakazu Aihara Measuring glycated albumin (glycoalbumin, GA) in tears could be a future way for those with diabetes to monitor their blood sugar levels noninvasively. In a 100-patient trial, levels of GA in tears were found to be strongly correlated (r = .722; P < .001) with those in the blood. “GA levels in blood are […] More

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    Weekly Health Quiz: Autism, COVID and Panic

    Read the Full Article for Free! Read the Full Article for Free! You can unsubscribe at any time and I guarantee the privacy of your email. View our privacy policy Subscribe for FREE to the #1 Natural Health Newsletter or Login for Instant Access Unlock censored health information that Google doesn’t want you to read […] More

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    12-week double-blind control trial in 148 Air Force airmen — ScienceDaily

    Researchers studied the effects of a 12-week exercise regimen on 148 active-duty Air Force airmen, half of whom also received a twice-daily nutrient beverage that included protein; the omega-3 fatty acid, DHA; lutein; phospholipids; vitamin D; B vitamins and other micronutrients; along with a muscle-promoting compound known as HMB. Both groups improved in physical and […] More

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    Surviving the “Wild West”: What IT Security Leaders Need to Know about Ransomware

    Mitch Parker, CISO, Indiana University Health On October 1, the Department of the Treasury issued an advisory to highlight the sanctions risks associated with ransomware payments. There is a potential for federal civil penalties that are twice that of the ransom payment themselves for paying it to a sanctioned entity. These can be the difference […] More

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    America’s Last Line of Defense for a Safe Vaccine

    When the Food and Drug Administration ran into White House resistance to its proposed vaccine safety standards in early October, the agency took a bold step: It published the guidance on its Web site. The public could now see what vaccine manufacturers and the FDA’s own independent advisory panel would require to ensure a longer, […] More

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    How cancer cells escape crowded tumors — ScienceDaily

    Like people, cells in the human body protect their personal space. They seem to know how much space they need, and if it gets too tight, most cells prefer to break free. The mechanism enabling cells to evade crowded environments appears to involve an unusual player — the cell nucleus. This is what researchers from […] More

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    Greenlight Guru launches Quality Event Automation service – Med-Tech Innovation

    Greenlight Guru, a medical device quality management software (MDQMS) platform, has launched Quality Event Automation, providing quality teams the ability to automate their quality event processes through custom workflow templates and automated tasks to create efficiency and improve post-market quality management. Medical device quality managers handle quality events by following defined processes and using various […] More

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    Old Seaweed Reveals Secret of Monterey Sardine History

    The 1930s and early 1940s were a good time to fish for sardines off California. Catches soared in a boom that was centered on Monterey Bay and supported the state’s flourishing economy. But the tides began to turn in 1946, and sardine catches eventually fell from an average of 234,000 tons to just 24,000 tons. […] More

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    Big babies could be at higher risk of common heart rhythm disorder in adulthood — ScienceDaily

    Elevated birth weight is linked with developing atrial fibrillation later in life, according to research presented at the 31st Great Wall International Congress of Cardiology (GW-ICC). GW-ICC 2020 is a virtual meeting during 19 to 25 October. Faculty from the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) will participate in joint scientific sessions with the GW-ICC as […] More

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    Should we plan for regular ‘circuit-breaker’ coronavirus lockdowns?

    By Clare Wilson Belfast in Northern Ireland on 14 October. A circuit-breaker lockdown is currently in place thereCharles McQuillan/Getty Images With cases of covid-19 rising in most parts of the UK, there is fierce debate over the best way to respond. While some people argue for a “let the virus rip” strategy, others want increasing […] More

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    FDA grants full approval for Roche/AbbVie’s Venclexta in AML combination therapies –

    Combination therapies involving Roche and AbbVie’s cancer drug Venclexta have been formally approved by the FDA in acute myeloid leukaemia, following supportive data from late-stage studies. The combination therapies had previously been marketed following accelerated approval in November 2018 on the basis of early stage results. But accelerated approval is only a temporary measure and […] More

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    UVA Health Still Squeezing Money From Patients — By Seizing Their Home Equity

    Doris Hutchinson wanted to use money from the sale of her late mother’s house to help her grandchildren go to college. Then she learned the University of Virginia Health System was taking $38,000 of the proceeds because a 13-year-old medical bill owed by her deceased brother had somehow turned into a lien on the property. […] More

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    Losing flight had huge benefits for ants — ScienceDaily

    Ants are one of the most successful groups of animals on the planet, occupying anywhere from temperate soil to tropical rainforests, desert dunes and kitchen counters. They’re social insects and their team-working abilities have long since been identified as one of the key factors leading to their success. Ants are famously able to lift or […] More

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    Study Says an Adorable Species May Be Doing Okay in Climate Change

    The American pika (Ochotona princeps) is traditionally thought of as a canary in the coal mine when it comes to America’s rising temperatures. Making their homes high up in the cooler mountain regions of western North America, these adorable critters can overheat in high temperatures – making them incredibly sensitive to climate change.   Or […] More

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    UCB acquires new campus to support UK operations

    Belgian pharma company UCB has agreed to acquire a new campus to further support its operations in the UK. The acquisition of the site in Windlesham, Surrey is expected to be completed in November 2020, and reflects UCB’s commitment to retain the UK as one of its three global hubs for research and development alongside […] More

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    Biogelx has achieved ISO9001:2015 certification

    Oct 19 2020 Biogelx is a Scottish biomaterials company specializing in the development of non-animal derived materials for 3D cell culture and bioprinting applications. It offers peptide hydrogels for cell culture, precisely tuned to the requirements of the cell.   Biogelx hydrogels offer a 3D environment for customers to grow their cells in a way […] More

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    More diversity needed in oil palm plantations — ScienceDaily

    The growing global demand for palm oil has led to a rapid spread of oil palm monoculture plantations in South East Asia. This is often associated with the loss of natural habitat and biodiversity. Oil palm monocultures are uniformly structured and therefore offer little space for different species. Diversification using indigenous tree species can contribute […] More

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    The New Science of Wildfire Prediction 

    Back in 2018, a research ecologist for the US Fire Service found himself suddenly on the edges of the largest fire tornado ever observed, “a whirling vortex of flame 17,000 feet tall and rotating at 143 mph, with the destructive force of an EF-3 tornado, the kind that erases entire towns in Oklahoma.” The rare […] More

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    Study suggests dolutegravir is the optimal first-line HIV medication

    Researchers comparing dolutegravir to efavirenz suggest dolutegravir increases viral suppression and has similar rates of adverse events. A new study has found that dolutegravir is the optimal medication for first-line treatment for people newly diagnosed with HIV. This discovery could change international treatment recommendations for newly diagnosed HIV patients, an update that could affect nearly […] More

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    Sapien 3, Evolut R Parity, Conscious Sedation Rules

    The 1-year follow-up analysis of the doubly randomized SOLVE-TAVI trial uncovered no reason, necessarily, to prefer either of two recent-generation valve prostheses for transcatheter aortic-valve replacement (TAVR or TAVI) over the other in patients at high to intermediate surgical risk. No significant difference in the composite primary endpoint, the only outcome for which the trial […] More

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    Coronavirus cases surge past 40 million infections worldwide

    LONDON – The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases throughout the world has surpassed 40 million, but experts say that is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the true impact of the pandemic. The milestone was hit Monday morning, according to Johns Hopkins University, which collates reports from around the world. The actual worldwide […] More

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    Plant-based thermotherapy patch — ScienceDaily

    A team of researchers at Tampere University, Finland, has developed a biodegradable, transparent, flexible and fast-acting thermotherapy patch from plant leaves. The patch is compatible with flexible electronic applications. Plant material was used to reduce the amount of electronic waste. The researchers used leaves from a Bodhi tree (Ficus religiosa). The veins of the leaves […] More

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    How digital inhalers support medication tracking

    Healthcare is constantly evolving to adapt to the changing needs of patients. In our increasingly digital world, it is important for patients to have access to technology that may help them track respiratory conditions like asthma. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 25 million Americans are living with asthma.¹ Research […] More

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    Doodly vs Toonly Reviews – Does It Work Or Scam?

    An independent review by Geolocation The present age of technology has enabled people to use visuals for presenting their idea in an attractive form.  Regardless of the field you are in, if there is a need for conveying your point to a group of people, you will appreciate the effect visual medium can have on […] More

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