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Spying on Subconscious Feelings – Part 2

Spying on Subconscious  Feelings  – Part 2

Personality programs identify our natural talents, strengthens and capabilities, encouraging us to better utilize them. Simultaneously personality profilers identify our weaknesses, allowing us to turn them into strengths. Sages throughout history report how difficult it is to “know thyself,” but these wise sages did not have access to [Sharry]Edward’s multifaceted nanoVoice. Today we shall investigate its ability to reveal subconscious emotions.

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New Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease? Non-Invasive High Frequency Sound Waves May Be Effective, Drug-Free Solution

Written by on July 15, 2016 in Medical Advances & Procedures, Sci-Tech with 0 Comments
New Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease? Non-Invasive High Frequency Sound Waves May Be Effective, Drug-Free Solution

New fresh and hopeful research from an Australian University may provide a great option for healing Alzheimer’s without drugs.

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Gum Disease Opens Up the Body to a Host of Infections

Gum Disease Opens Up the Body to a Host of Infections

So when Salomon Amar, a periodontal specialist at Boston University, began exploring links between oral bacteria and heart disease in animal studies in the late 1990s, reactions were lukewarm. “Many cardiologists thought we were a bit crazy,” he says. Skepticism still abounds, but the same molecular tools that have dramatically changed understanding of the gut microbiome are now allowing scientists to track and examine bacteria in the mouth. Advocates of a connection between the artery disease atherosclerosis and microbes are hoping to find convincing proof of their suspicions, while exploring links between ailing gums and other conditions, including cancer, arthritis, diabetes and even Alzheimer’s disease.

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The Future Of Medicine Could Be Found In This Tiny Crystal Ball

Written by on February 16, 2016 in Medical Advances & Procedures, Sci-Tech with 3 Comments
The Future Of Medicine Could Be Found In This Tiny Crystal Ball

A materials scientist has discovered a way to grow a crystal ball in a lab. Not the kind that soothsayers use to predict the future, but a microscopic version that could be used to encapsulate medication in a way that would allow it to deliver its curative payload more effectively inside the body.

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“Flying Vaccination” against ZIKA from GE Mosquitos?

“Flying Vaccination” against ZIKA from GE Mosquitos?

Could vaccines be delivered to humans via mosquito bite. In that case Genetically Modified insects ( or tiny insect like drones) could “bite” and there would be no opportunity to decline. Are the current viral epidemics a good opportunity to develop and implement this process which has been discussed for several years? All excellent questions. What do you think?

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DARPA Program To Connect Brains To Computers With Implantable Chip

DARPA Program To Connect Brains To Computers With Implantable Chip

DARPA is launching a new military program using an implant to connect the human brain to a computer. Although there may be some applications that could restore sight or hearing to those without the military use of the Neural Engineering System Design (NESD) is the reason behind the Human Brain project and the US Brain Initiative.

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The New Toothpaste That Could Leave Dentists Without Work

The New Toothpaste That Could Leave Dentists Without Work

The composition the tooth paste is similar to the tooth enamel, the only difference is that it is liquid. Thus it can easily be applied with a toothbrush.

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Doctor Had Computer Chips Implanted in His Own Brain to Further His Research

Doctor Had Computer Chips Implanted in His Own Brain to Further His Research

There is said to be an immense connection between the brain’s motor cortex and a computer. The author shows how a doctor in examining the similarities had an implant placed in his own brain.

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Major Medical Advance: Working Vocal Cords Grown in a Lab Out of Human Cells

Written by on November 19, 2015 in Medical Advances & Procedures, Sci-Tech, Science with 15 Comments
Major Medical Advance: Working Vocal Cords Grown in a Lab Out of Human Cells

Check out this major medical advancement: U.S. researchers have grown working vocal chords in a lab from human cells!

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Firefighter Makes Medical History Receiving Most Extensive Facial Transplant To Date

Written by on November 17, 2015 in Medical Advances & Procedures, Sci-Tech, Science with 35 Comments
Firefighter Makes Medical History Receiving Most Extensive Facial Transplant To Date

In a historic surgery at New York University Langone Medical Center, surgeons of a team of over 100 individuals operated for 26 hours.

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Lost a Tooth? Print a New One! New 3D Teeth Kill Bacteria On Contact

Written by on November 1, 2015 in Medical Advances & Procedures, Sci-Tech, Technology with 88 Comments
Lost a Tooth? Print a New One! New 3D Teeth Kill Bacteria On Contact

Seems we can print anything with 3D technology these days. The latest breakthrough is replacement teeth that are cavity-proof.

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Probiotic Treatment Cures Peanut Allergy in Children

Probiotic Treatment Cures Peanut Allergy in Children

Researchers at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia, have shown that a probiotic therapy using gut bacteria Lactobacillus rhamnosus affects sensitization to peanut allergens in children.

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10 Mind Blowing Science Ideas that Will Change the World (Video)

10 Mind Blowing Science Ideas that Will Change the World (Video)

In this video, Ralph Smart of Infinite Waters Diving Deep shares 10 amazing scientific ideas that he thinks will change the world.

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50 Cent Paper Microscope Could Revolutionize Medicine

50 Cent Paper Microscope Could Revolutionize Medicine

For a whole lot of people, especially those in developing countries, science — and with it, medicine — isn’t readily available to the majority of citizens. But Manu Prakash wants to change that. Prakash, an assistant professor of bioengineering at Stanford, is the proprietor of “frugal science,” a term he coined to explain the movement toward building cheap versions of high tech tools. His endeavour aims to make medical devices both affordable and available to the masses…So in 2014 he created a paper microscope, aptly named the Foldscope, that costs only 50 cents to produce.

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A Scientist Deploys Light And Sound To Reveal the Brain in Exquisite Detail

A Scientist Deploys Light And Sound To Reveal the Brain in Exquisite Detail

Lihong Wang creates the sort of medical technology you’d expect to find on the starship Enterprise. Wang, a professor of biomedical engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, has already helped develop instruments that can detect individual cancer cells in the bloodstream and oxygen consumption deep within the body. He has also created a camera that shoots at 100 billion frames a second, fast enough to freeze an object traveling at the speed of light.

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