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New smart bandages can monitor medication chronic wounds

Researchers have developed a prototype bandage designed to actively monitor the condition of chronic wounds and deliver appropriate drug treatments to improve the chances of healing. Although the laboratory-tested bandages are still being evaluated in a clinical context, published in the Small magazine, said the goal is to transform bandages from a traditional passive treatment to a more active paradigm …

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Share Monte vegetables linked to eruptions that have fallen more than 200, officials say

More than 200 people have been infected with an intestinal parasite after reporting that they are eating vegetables from Fresh Del Monte Produce vegetable trays, the federal authorities said. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were reported there were 212 cases of infection, cyclosporiasis, in Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin as of Thursday. The infected reported to eat from prepackaged …

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Researchers cautiously optimistic about HIV vaccine candidate

(CNN) – It may be a glimpse of hope in the fight to protect people from HIV-1, the most widely used type of virus and the one that causes the most disease worldwide. A new vaccine appears to be safe and induced an immune response in humans and rhesus monkeys in an early attempt, according to recent research published in …

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The opioid maker sued for saying profit over people

"Purdue continued to make sales calls despite credible reports of overdose of the patient, prosecution, negative licensing efforts, a provider who admitted he was addicted to heroin, a knife fight outside a supplier's office, mutilations over controlled substances outside a pharmacy linked to a specific provider, a clinic that had no survey table or equipment, a statement from a supplier …

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Mighty Miss Maya makes big steps, taking first steps

Four-year-old, Maya Tisdale was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when she was one and a half years old. TRAVERSE CITY, Mich., (WPBN / WGTU) – A 4 year old northern Michigan girl makes great progress, two months after receiving a life-exchange operation. Maya Tisdale, 4, was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when she was one and a half years old. "They noticed …

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More than 200 people are sick from parasites in the Del Monte vegetable tray

(CNN) – An outbreak of cyclosporias has a disease of 212 people in four states since May, said US Centers for Disease Prevention and Prevention Thursday. Seven of these individuals have been hospitalized. Browse for more content … The outbreak is linked to Del Monte vegetable slices with fresh broccoli, cauliflower, celery pinions, carrots and dilldopp. A recall of these …

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