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Game devs used to be able to skirt Chinese bans on blood in video games in a simple manner, make blood any color but red, and you were good to go. New rules have banned this workaround. What now? ...
We've already heard that eating walnuts may assist people in losing weight. Well, that's not all that they're potentially good for. A new study suggests that consuming the nuts might also help people at risk of heart disease to lower their blood pressure... Continue Reading Eating walnuts may reduce heart disease risk, by lowering blood pressure Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags:
A promising new study led by scientists at the University of Cambridge has discovered a common drug used to treat high blood pressure may also be beneficial for a variety of neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson's and dementia. The research has only been verified in animal studies at this time but the scientists are cautiously optimistic it will translate to human subjects... Con
Nobody likes having blood samples taken, which is why we've seen a number of devices that gather sweat from the skin and then analyze it. An inexpensive new bandage-like biosensor simplifies that concept, as it doesn't incorporate any electronic components... Continue Reading Sweat-collecting bandage could replace blood sampling Category: Medical Tags: American Chemical Society
Jonny Hughes, one of the developers behind comedic ski lift-building game When Ski Lifts Go Wrong, talks with Gamsutra about the design and development of this silly physics puzzler. ...
A promising new study is documenting the long-term effects of a novel surgical procedure using ultrasound to reduce blood pressure in patients with hypertension. The one-off procedure, called renal denervation, is hoped to offer patients an alternative option to taking hypertension drugs... Continue Reading Positive trial results show ultrasound energy can treat high blood pressure Catego
As part of a decade-long research project led by scientists at Indiana University School of Medicine investigating blood-based genetic biomarkers, a newly published study has revealed the development of a blood test that can purportedly identify patients most at risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and possibly even predict future psychiatric hospitalizations... Contin
A team of scientists from the University of Illinois at Chicago and Queensland University of Technology in Australia has demonstrated a new, cheap and fast device that can detect floating cancer cells in a tiny blood sample... Continue Reading Microfluidic device promises cheap and fast detection of cancer cells in blood Category: Science Tags: Blood Cancer D
Ambrosia, the controversial medical startup selling transfusions of youthful blood under the premise it confers anti-aging benefits, has swiftly ceased operations hours after the FDA issued an oblique statement suggesting the treatment has not been proven to be safe or effective... Continue Reading Startup selling transfusions of young blood ceases treatments following FDA warning Categor
the inflation handle has been shaped to suit all hands and achieve unique ergonomics. The post atelier 360 creates ergonomic design for ‘mobi’ blood pressure monitor appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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