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Miniaturization in medicine-arrhythmia detection

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Implantable and wireless, a new miniature device can measure heart rhythm, and communicate with a doctor’s office.
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A new non-narcotic, non-inflammatory method to treat pain

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A lot of people go to their doctors because of chronic pain. A new discovery may help.
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A neat reminder service for taking your pills, and other medical needs

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Having trouble remembering when to take your pills? Oregon Reminders has the answer.
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“Erring on the side of least drama” — Why climate scientists are inherently conservative (video)

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Climate scientists “bend over backward” to ensure their results are “absolutely warranted by the evidence.”
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One step closer to Star Trek’s “tricorder”

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A young inventor is working on a consumer device that can analyze food, prescription drugs, and more.
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The Earth is toast, per new UN report on climate change

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A new United Nations report finds that climate change already is affecting the world, and it will only get worse.
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Sequester cut funding to 1,000 researchers

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But the harm went far beyond the researchers. It affected students, other researchers, and sick people worldwide.
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Treating HIV without drugs

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New research is looking at treating your own cells to make them HIV-resistant. Dr. Thoma summarizes the findings.
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The science of regrowing human organs

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Scientists have grown and transplanted a human trachea.
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New research suggests you are what you avatar

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College students given good characters in games acted more nicely than those given evil, or neutral, ones.
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