Medical physicist’s new method generates 3D images of cancer cells

Medical physicists developed a new method that can generate 3D images of cancer cells in the body. This medical news can use to investigate the development of cancer cells more closely in the body.

Texas doctors successfully implant a new ear in patient lower arm

For the first-time Texas doctors have implant a new ear on to a patient after growing it in her arm. Private Shamika Burrage, a 21-year-old soldier, lost her left ear after suffering head injuries in a car crash in 2016.

Oxford proposes a technique to protect liver for transplant

To protect liver for transplant, an Oxford research team proposes a new technique keeps the liver at body temperature and sustains with a continuous flow of oxygenated blood and other nutrients.

MR Box: New diagnostic system quickly identifies disease immunity

Canadian researchers invent a new diagnostic system, lab-on-a-chip, for identifying infectious diseases. The University of Toronto researchers named their device MR Box. This tiny device instantly performs blood tests and determine for people who are at risk for measles and rubella. Majorly, it can help for remote areas.

Novel device screens ligament repair after musculoskeletal damage

University of Wisconsin-Madison engineers built up a new innovation that can measure whether an injured tendon has healed well enough for a person to return to physical activity.

Do you know about Intermittent fasting and its benefits?

Intermittent fasting (IF) is a method of eating in between periods of eating and periods of fasting. IF has grown in popularity to lose weight, gain muscle, and banish the belly bloat.

Researchers invent a new study to create nucleus pulposus tissue

Nearly, 80% of adults suffering with both neck and back pains around the world. While, the conditions are caused by the breakdown of discs, the heap bearing, donut-like structures that protect the bones of the spine and are made by a nucleus pulposus tissue.

Man with three faces gets new face identity

A French surgeon is becoming the first person in the world to conduct a second face transplant on the same patient. Hamon, the man with three faces, suffers with neurofibromatosis type I, which is a genetic mutation that prompts disfiguring tumors.

Man being hospitalized after eating World’s hottest pepper

Carolina reaper, the World’s hottest pepper, gets huge controversy after a recent incident. According to reports, a 34-year-man hospitalized after eating this pepper at a challenge. After eating, the man experienced “thunderclap” headaches, also claimed the arteries had constricted after consuming the pepper.

Rodents can detect tuberculosis in children better than microscopic test

A lab study found rats can detect tuberculosis in children more effective than the commonly used standard microscopy tests. Generally, TB is very difficult to test for in kids.