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Taste-Focused Labels Encourage Healthier Eating

Taste-Focused Labels Encourage Healthier Eating

Taste-focused labeling might be the key to getting people to select and eat more vegetables, according to a study...

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Robot Wars in Medicine: Mako Versus ROSA

Robotic-assisted surgery has become a topic of discussion in orthopedics, being that the technology has the potential to improve surgical accuracy and decrease rates...
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3D Printing Breast Prosthetics for Cancer Survivors with Mastectomies

myReflection is using 3D scanning and 3D printing molds to create customized prosthetic breasts for cancer patients who have received a mastectomy. This New...

New Neuroscience Tool Accurately Predicts Market Outcomes with Dr. Paul Zak

What if you could predict the type of content that would make someone take action? Or better yet, what will make them take out...
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Two New Studies Push the Use of Bioelectricity in Cancer Treatment Forward

Two separate bioelectricity studies have recently detailed an extremely sensitive cancer detection tool and a novel target for cancer immunotherapies. Both papers were published...
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Wake Forest Receives $24M Grant to Research Lung-on-a-Chip Technology

The Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) has recently received a $24 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human...

Using Virtual Reality to Train Interdisciplinary Teams of Healthcare Students

A recent study from Tufts University School of Medicine researchers has found that virtual reality (VR) simulations may be powerful in educating interdisciplinary medical teams....
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3D Printing is Being Used to Make Perfect Orthopedic Insoles

Covestro, a German chemical manufacturer, recently announced that it would be using its Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) material to 3D print orthopedic insoles for shoes....
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Smartphone App Detects Pediatric Eye Cancer from Family Photos

Baylor University researchers have created a mobile health app that helps parents detect early signs of eye disease, such as retinoblastoma, in their children....
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