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Rare Diseases and Why We Study Them

Apr 7, 2020 - Emily Newton

What are the rarest diseases in the world, which ones might be classified as ultra-rare and why is studying these conditions so important for the healthcare field?

Is Acetaminophen a Cancer Risk?

Feb 4, 2020 - Emily Newton

Acetaminophen is a common painkiller. Let’s take a look at the science behind claims that acetaminophen is a cancer risk.

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An Introduction to Human Anatomy

Nov 21, 2019 - Emily Newton

The human body is an astounding piece of biological engineering. You are the world’s most advanced biological computer, but how does it work?

Biotechnology Gets a Boost From Big Data

Oct 1, 2019 - Emily Newton

Big data and predictive analytics have created the best tools for differnet industries. How is it changing biotechnology as we know it?

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What Are the Different Types of Diabetes?

Jul 25, 2019 - Emily Newton

There are five types of diabetes that people should be aware of. Read on to learn what they are and if they’re something you could be at risk of developing.

What Is the Importance of Biotechnology to Medicine?

Jun 13, 2019 - Emily Newton

Biotechnology involves figuring out how we tick on a cellular level. What is the importance of biotechnology, and why does it matter to medicine?

Everything You Need to Know About the Structure of the Human Brain

Mar 14, 2019 - Emily Newton

Your brain is a biological computer. Take a closer look at the structure of the human brain and what each different part controls.

Interesting Gut Microbiome Research Shows a Brain-Gut Connection

Jan 22, 2019 - Emily Newton

Now you can’t go to the grocery store without seeing probiotics. Why? Gut microbiome research shows a possible connection between the gut and the brain.

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Nanobots Might Help Us Fight Cancer in the Future

Apr 10, 2018 - Emily Newton

Microscopic robots traveling to tumors are the future of healthcare. This nanobot treatment could change how doctors treat cancer and other diseases.

Doctors Start Using CRISPR to Kill Cancer Cells

Mar 20, 2018 - Emily Newton

CRISPR gene therapy could help cure patients with untreatable diseases. Now, American doctors repeat the study in hopes of getting great results like China.

10 Questions We Still Haven’t Answered About the Brain

Mar 13, 2018 - Emily Newton

It’s brain awareness week, meaning it’s time to ponder what the brain can do. Here are 10 of the most confounding mysteries related to the mind.

Neuroscience Found a Way to Keep Your Brain Young

Apr 4, 2017 - Emily Newton

Prevent a loss of cognitive function with simple steps designed to protect and improve your brain’s health. If done regularly, it’ll keep your mind sharp.

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NASA's Perseverance Rover successfully touched down on the red planet on February 18, 2021. The rover's main goal is to search for signs of alien life. Perseverance will also collect rock samples and regolith for a possible return to earth. Thumbnail Credit: NASA

The term 5G has been a buzzword on the internet for some time now, but what exactly is this technology and how is it different from our current 4G networks? Watch this video Tech Vision to learn about this technology or read our article about 5G technology before it becomes mainstream. Thumbnail Designed by Freepik