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ASAving The World - News

The arrival of large-scale production of acetylsalicylic acid 120 years ago paved a new path of conquest. ASA, according to studies, protects patients from coronary events, as well as from cancer, and
21/11/2017, Michael van den Heuvel

Treatments Used in Dental Habit Therapy That Can Help Your Child - Blog

It’s possible for anyone to develop bad habits during their life. In some cases, young children may have bad habits that could actually influence the function and development of their mouth, teeth, an
17/11/2017, Emma Kalman

7 Laws for Successful Medical Students - Blog

\n Becoming a medical student, let alone a successful one, is a daunting prospect for many young people. Indeed, being a medical student will have you working harder than you have ever wor
17/11/2017, Michael Gorman

Helo Everybody - Blog

\n Helo Everybody, welcome to my first post.
16/11/2017, Thomas Lee

Erythrophobia: Ever Red-dy To Blush - News

"The human is the only creature that is able to blush. It is however also the only one with reason for doing so", Mark Twain already understood. Even today this biological phenomenon puzzles researche
15/11/2017, Michael van den Heuvel

Mycoses: Problematic Fungi Findings - News

Fungal infections are often underestimated, their correct diagnosis subsequently arrives too late. They are particularly dangerous when as pathogens they evade pharmaceutical assault. This is shown by
15/11/2017, Nicole Simon

Metastases: The Palm Oil Receptor - News

It was previously unclear which tumour cells are able to metastasise. For this to happen, apparently certain fat-sensitive receptors, which the metastasising cells carry in their membrane, are necessa
15/11/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

Organoids: Mini-Intestine And Mini-Brain - News

They won't replace animal experiments and clinical trials, but organoids derived from stem cells already offer many advantages. Zika virus could be studied in a mini-brain. The bacterium Helicobacter
15/11/2017, Erich Lederer

The Snap Of A Glove - Blog

I realized the snap of a glove in the operating room for me is akin to the starter’s pistol for a runner or swimmer. The snap brings me into total focus on the task at hand, the operation to be perfor
15/11/2017, M.D. Steven Curley

Philematology: Kissing And Telling In The Lab - News

At Christmas and on New Year's Eve, the frequency of kissing is particularly high. Kissing not only activates our reward system, it also produces long-lasting changes in the bacterial flora of the par
15/11/2017, Matthias Bastigkeit

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