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Artificial vessels that come to life could improve medical care. Here's why.

Get the newsletter Mach SUBSCRIBE April 9, 2019, 8:35 AM GMT Under Jaclyn Jeffrey-Wilensky Fake blood vessels are going into real. [19659006] New research shows that “bio-cultivated” vessels can incorporate living cells after implantation in the human body, become self-healing tubes that carry less than human blood vessels and more like the real thing. 19659006] Human so-called vessels (HAVs) are …

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Unhealthy diets more deadly than cigarettes, study says

A new study says unhealthy die. In 2017, there were 11 million deaths attributed to the unhealthy diet, according to a study published in The Lancet. Half were reportedly high intake of whole grains and fruits. Back to 1990. The Mediterranean diet, vegetables, fish, whole grains and nuts. named the best health regimen by the US News and World Report. …

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Bicyclist hit by vehicle in College Station

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) – Bike-list was injured Monday night after a driver on a busy College Station road. The incident occurred just after 10:00 p.m. on Texas Avenue at Harvey Road. The bicyclist was sent to a hospital. We will update this situation when more details are available. Source link

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The drug-resistant Candida auris extends to New Jersey

NEW YORK – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that fungus, which is drug resistant, is spreading across healthcare facilities and "a serious global health threat." Candida auris affects people with weak immune systems by infecting bloodstream. It is difficult to identify with standard technology. More than 587 cases were confirmed in the United States, New York City, …

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The school tells the children not to stay at home

CLOSE Dr. Jennifer Mullendore confirms how community vaccines can protect against highly infectious infectious diseases such as measles. Angela Wilhelm, awilhelm@citizentimes.com Monday morning began like any other at Derby Middle School in Birmingham, where school officials confirmed that a student attended measles on classes on 29 March and at they could be contagious. Buses pulled up the circle circle, and …

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