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We may someday raise babies outside the womb, but there are many things to look at first

<div data-thumb = "https://scx1.b-cdn.net/csz/news/tmb/2019/wemayonedayg.jpg" data-src = "https://scx2.b-cdn.net /gfx/news/hires/2019/wemayonedayg.jpg "data-sub-html =" Researchers develop artificial wombs as we speak. So we have to talk about the pros and cons before science fiction becomes reality. Credit: by www.shutterstock.com "> Researchers develop artificial wombs as we speak. So we have to talk about the pros and cons before science fiction becomes a reality. Credit: …

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Meditation Reduced The Opioid Dose She Needs To Ease Chronic Pain By 75%

There's new evidence that mind-body interventions can help reduce pain in people who've been taking prescription opioids – and lead to reductions in the drug's reach. In a study published this month in JAMA Internal Medicine researchers reviewed records from 60 studies that included about 6,400 participants. They evaluated a range of strategies, including meditation, guided imagery, hypnosis and cognitive …

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Meditation reduces the dose of opioids, which should alleviate chronic pain by 75%

There is new evidence that body interventions can help reduce pain in prescription opioids – and lead to a reduction in the dose of the drug. In a study published this month in the JAMA Internal Medicine researchers reviewed evidence from 60 studies involving about 6400 participants. They evaluated a number of strategies, including meditation, guided imaging, hypnosis and cognitive-behavioral …

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Genetic tools for the study of zoonotic chlamydia

The human pathogenic bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis is the most widely spread sexually transmitted bacterial pathogen worldwide. It is estimated to infect more than 100 million people each year and is a common cause of infertility. In addition, Chlamydia trachomatis also causes eye infections and is the most common infectious cause of blindness in developing areas of the world. Less known …

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Kidney Transplant Market 2019 Global Technology, Development, Trends and Forecasts to 2021

Global Kidney Transplant Industry According to the latest report added to the online repository of Wise Guys Reports (WGR), the Global Kidney Transplant market has witnessed unprecedented growth and extrapolated growth is expected to touch a healthy figure by 2021 Try Sample of Global Kidney Transplant Market @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/sample-request/689100-kidney-transplant-market-by-forecast-to-2021 The first section of the report includes an executive summary, which …

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Not well-prepared Israeli healthcare system struggles to maintain measles

Common hypothetical scenarios of fate often involve terrorism or nuclear war, but in the 21st century, especially in Western countries, they do not usually include a lethal pandemic worldwide. All this changed at the end of 2016, when the World Health Organization (WHO) first reported a 30 percent jump in worldwide measles cases, warning that many countries had experienced "severe …

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Family Affects Chronic Health More Than Romantic Relationships, Study Finds

The research followed 2,802 participants over the course of 20 years. Three waves of studies were completed, starting in 1995 and ending in 2014. The average participant was 45 years old during the first study. During each round of surveys, participants were asked to identify their "family emotional climate" by measuring family strain and family support. They repeated the same …

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Taken vaccine from Takeda shows promise

Officials have confirmed the initial success with Dengue vaccine trials. Dengue, a viral borne disease by mosquitoes is considered to be one of the top ten health threats says by the World Health Organization (WHO). Since the beginning of the outbreaks and the hundreds of deaths due to this infection, researchers have been looking at vaccines to prevent this infection. …

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Scotland: Two cases of diphtheria have been reported in Edinburgh

By NewsDesk @ bactiman63 Local media in Edinburgh, Scotland report that two people have been admitted to a local hospital treated for diphtheria. Map of Scotland / CIA This is confirmed According to officials, both have recently returned from overseas travel. The vaccination rate in the Lothian area is high, health officials say. Allison McCallum, director of public health for …

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