Engineers use light to print 3-D shape-memory materials

Engineers from MIT and Singapore University of Technology and Design are using light to print three-dimensional structures that “remember” their original shapes.
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Interpace Diagnostics introduces new AccuCEA Insights for diagnosing and treating pancreatic cancer

Interpace Diagnostics Group, a company that provides clinically useful molecular diagnostic tests and pathology services for evaluating risk of cancer by leveraging the latest technology in personalized medicine for better patient diagnosis and management, reported today that the Company has launched a new version of their AccuCEA™ product called “Insights” for Gastroenterologists who focus on diagnosing and treating pancreatic cancer.
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New study examines effectiveness of pictogram labels on medication-related road traffic crash risk

A new study questions the effectiveness of using pictogram message on the labels of anxiety and sleep medications that interfere with driving – an approach this is currently implemented across France.
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NYIT researcher aims to study link between wound healing problems and methamphetamine use

A chance observation in a Southern California fast food restaurant led Luis Martinez, Ph.D., to wonder about the connections behind wound healing problems and methamphetamine use.
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Large population-based studies bolster evidence that insurance status affects cancer patients’ health and survival

Two new studies indicate that health insurance status may impact patients’ health outcomes following a diagnosis of cancer.
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Glia cells may play role in regulating sugar intake into the brain, experts report

Researchers at Technical University of Munich discovered that our brain actively takes sugar from the blood. Prior to this, researchers around the world had assumed that this was a purely passive process.
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Warmer climate may reduce incidence of dengue

Health researchers predict that the transmission of dengue could decrease in a future warmer climate, countering previous projections that climate change would cause the potentially lethal virus to spread more easily.
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Studies show insurance status may impact patients’ health outcomes following cancer diagnosis

Two new studies indicate that health insurance status may impact patients’ health outcomes following a diagnosis of cancer.
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Wiley’s Zika page offers free access to published content to coincide with events in Brazil

Wiley has made available all of its published Zika content on one site http://www.wiley.com/go/zika to coincide with events in Brazil, a territory that has seen increased cases of Zika Virus recently.
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Neurologists identify cause of immune-mediated neuropathies

Würzburg neurologists have discovered an antibody that is involved in triggering certain forms of neuropathies. This discovery also allowed them to show a way to treat these diseases successfully.
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