Health News

Designing a wearable sensor for neonatal seizure monitoring

eizures in neonates (newborn children) is the most common sign of neurological dysfunction and requires immediate medical attention. Therefore, the continuous monitoring of neonatal seizures is critical for their optimal treatment. For his Ph.D. research, Hongyu Chen sought to solve problems in neonatal seizure detection and focused on the design of a wearable sensor system. […]

Health News

How a Sports Doctor Keeps His Joints Healthy

If your joints don’t feel good, you don’t feel good. That’s because there are about 300 of these connection points in your body, and many of them depend on one another. Yes, genetics shape the strength of your cartilage (the stuff that cushions joints), but there’s still plenty you can do to stabilize, fortify, and […]

Health News

A new strategy to fight cancer: Silencing the silencer

A breakthrough in cancer treatment just nine years ago has brought new hope to millions of people whose cancers are resistant to all other therapies. The new treatment, cancer immunotherapy, frees the body’s potent immune system to attack tumors. Cancers are our body’s own cells, mutated to fuel aggressive growth and camouflaged with surface proteins […]

Health News

Autism: A spectrum on the path to segmentation

Autism is a multi-faceted disorder that cannot be identified by a single symptom or explained by a single biological cause. As a result, it is referred to as autism spectrum disorder (ASD). People with ASD experience a wide range of problems, typically characterized by impaired communication and social interaction disorders as well as restricted, repetitive […]

Kids Health

If You’re A Leo, Ask These Questions On The First Date

fizkes/Shutterstock By Camila Barbeito/Sept. 10, 2021 3:08 pm EDT Getting ready for a first date can include having butterflies in your stomach and making lot of decisions on what to wear. As you pull out 20 options from your closet and seriously debate investing in a new wardrobe, you may be sending your date’s Instagram profile […]

Health News

Eating a plant rich diet reduces risk of developing COVID-19

A recent study, published in Gut, by researchers from King’s and Harvard Medical School, examines data from nearly 600,000 ZOE COVID Study app contributors. Participants completed a survey about the food they ate during Feb 2020 (pre-pandemic), making it the largest study in this space. 19% of these contributors contracted COVID-19. People with the highest […]