Monthly Archives: August 2013

  1. Yaampi born, the social network of health professionals

    Yaampi is a solution aimed at promoting professional activities, offices, clinics, nursing homes and other companies. It works as a guide to integrate free to all professionals who need to promote their services and contacting physicians mutual most important actors of the health system: the professional and the patient.
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  2. Out of a coma after suffering a traffic accident

    The Brain Injury Service Nisa Hospital is a pioneer in the treatment of patients after severe head injury fall into a coma and later in an altered state of consciousness (vegetative or minimally conscious) aimed at improving their clinical and functional.
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  3. A blood test may detect ovarian cancer at an early

    A new test to detect ovarian cancer seems to detect the disease at very early stages and, if confirmed in clinical trials, the test could become a routine for women.
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  4. Photography could assess risk of skin cancer

    The amount and type of pigment called melanin present in the skin can indicate a person's risk of developing cancer in that organ. A study in which participated the National Research Council (CSIC) has found that the Raman spectroscopy technique is able to measure both parameters, for the first time, non-destructively.
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  5. 5 Tricks to avoid or limit exposure to bisphenol A (BPA)

    Bisphenol A, more commonly known as BPA, is a chemical used in making plastics and is also found in the linings of food and beverage cans, more than 90 percent of people have BPA in their urine.
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  6. Personal code to perceive sharpens images

    Study Cun National Research Council (CSIC) has determined for the first time the visual clutter code that everyone uses to perceive clear the staff to perceive imágenes.ódigo sharpens images
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  7. A nano-thermometer to release drugs

    An international team of researchers from the National Research Council (CSIC) and the Italian Institute of Technology has developed a method to measure and control the temperature in the vicinity of magnetic nanoparticles.
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  8. Proteins in the exact moment of its chemical activity

    Through virtualization systems and data analysis, a group of bioinformatics, biologists and physicists have built a system to understand how proteins are at the exact moment of its chemical activity.
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  9. How can hurt you technological devices

    Computers, smart phones and game consoles make our life easier and enjoyable, but also can produce us a range of physical harm or injury very annoying.
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  10. As the medicines work in the body

    Most drugs work by binding to and modifying the functions of proteins, which are nothing more than small molecular machines that perform important cellular tasks.
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