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La risa, medicina gratuita para todos

La risa, medicina gratuita para todos | Medicine actually | Scoop.it

La risa es una medicina gratuita, natural y que todos podemos desarrollar como tal. En la actualidad numerosos estudios garantizan que, ciertamente, el buen humor tiene efectos positivos en la salud física, mental y emocional.

 

Beneficios psicológicos: El humor, la risa y la sonrisa tienen innumerables beneficios psicológicos, nos ayudan a superar los problemas que se nos presentan de la mejor manera.


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iDoctor: Could a smartphone be the future of medicine? - Video on NBCNews.com

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Video on msnbc.com: One of the world’s top physicians, Dr. Eric Topol, has a prescription that could improve your family’s health and make medical care cheaper. The cardiologist claims that the key is the smartphone.

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Computational method predicts new uses for existing medicines

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For the first time ever, scientists are using computers and genomic information to predict new uses for existing medicines. “Bringing a new drug to market typically takes about $1 billion, and many years of research and development,” said Rochelle M. Long, Ph.D., who directs the NIH Pharmacogenomics Research Network. “If we can find ways to repurpose drugs that are already approved, we could improve treatments and save both time and money.”

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Meet the Pangolin, Another Animal Threatened by Traditional Asian Medicine | Extinction Countdown, Scientific American Blog Network

Meet the Pangolin, Another Animal Threatened by Traditional Asian Medicine | Extinction Countdown, Scientific American Blog Network | Medicine actually | Scoop.it
In May 2011 Indonesian customs officials inspecting a shipment of fish and turtle meat bound for Vietnam came across a gruesome discovery: 5.9 metric tons of ...

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The future of medicine is now

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Six medical innovations are poised to transform the way we fight disease, The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

• Surgeons at Boston Children’s Hospital have developed a way to help children born with half a heart to essentially grow a whole one — by marshaling the body’s natural capacity to heal and develop.

 

• Oxford Nanopore Technologies has unveiled the first of a generation of tiny DNA sequencing devices that many predict will eventually be as ubiquitous as cellphones — it’s already the size of one.

 

• A test developed by Foundation Medicine Inc. enables doctors to test a tumor sample for 280 different genetic mutations suspected of driving tumor growth.

 

• MK3475, being developed by Merck & Co., is among a new category of drugs that unleash an army of immune cells to hunt down a cancer.

 

• Last month, the FDA cleared a new iPhone add-on that lets doctors take an electrocardiogram just about anywhere. Other smartphone apps help radiologists read medical images and allow patients to track moles for signs of skin cancer.

 

• Gene therapy is poised to become a viable option for a variety of often life-threatening medical conditions, especially those resulting from a single defective gene.

 

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Flu Pictures Slideshow: 10 Foods to Eat When You Have the Flu on MedicineNet

Flu Pictures Slideshow: 10 Foods to Eat When You Have the Flu on MedicineNet | Medicine actually | Scoop.it
Watch this slideshow on 10 Foods to Eat When You Have the Flu. See soothing, nutritious foods to try at home to help you feel better as you treat flu symptoms.

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Can humans hibernate? As a driver survives for TWO MONTHS trapped without food at -30c, this theory could transform medicine

Can humans hibernate? As a driver survives for TWO MONTHS trapped without food at -30c, this theory could transform medicine | Medicine actually | Scoop.it

Peter Skyllberg was trapped for two months inside his car. Miraculously, the freezing temperatures and scarce oxygen may actually have saved his life


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Teens' Friends Can Influence Their School Performance - MedicineNet

Teens' Friends Can Influence Their School Performance - MedicineNet | Medicine actually | Scoop.it
High school friendships can influence students' academic performance and progress, according to a new study.
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4 things you need to know about regulatory translation of product information for generic medicines

4 things you need to know about regulatory translation of product information for generic medicines | Medicine actually | Scoop.it
How different is obtaining regulatory approval for generic medicines in Europe compared with patented drugs?

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