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Oral insulin capsules will replace insulin injections
28.11.2019

Oramed Pharmaceuticals Company from Israeli has reported the successful test of insulin capsules helping to control diabetes. As Xinhua notes, a drug known as ORMD-0801 may become the first oral form of insulin.

Scientists have created a new influenza vacine
03.12.2019

American researchers are working on a universal flu vaccine that should work against both seasonal and pandemic influenza. Clinical examination results were very encouraging - the vaccine showed efficacy.

An aneurysm has been removed by a robotic system for the first time in history
28.11.2019

As Xinhua notes, a group of Canadian doctors performed the world's first brain aneurysm surgery by using a robotic system. According to the doctors, the use of robotic technologies may improve the quality of treatment for patients with aneurysm and stroke.

A unique patch may improve the heart abnormalities diagnosis
28.11.2019

Zio patch applied to the chest can prevent stroke and heart attack by detecting an abnormal heartbeat. It is hard to identify the changes in heart rhythm that occur infrequently (1-2 times a week). According to The Daily Mail, Zio patch is approximately 8 times more effective than standard sensors that monitor the heartbeat.

Lenses treating myopia, will be available in 2020
28.11.2019

In March next year, a unique product is going to be launched on the market in the United States - the first contact lenses named MiSight and manufactured by CooperVision are intended to slow down the development of myopia in children aged 8-12 years, Remedium reports..

ANANTA MEDICARE T took part in the 30th international pharmaceutical exhibition CPHL WORLDWIDE 2019
22.11.2019

CPhI Worldwide is one of the largest pharmaceutical exhibitions in the world. The exhibition includes six thematic zones representing each stage of the pharmaceutical manufacturing chain from equipment and packaging to outsourcing and biopharmaceuticals.

Scientists suggest to use special nanoparticles for cancer diagnosis
13.12.2019

Scientists from the University of Rutgers have developed an effective method to detect small tumors and monitor their spread. The new method is more accurate than MRI and other existing techniques. It involves the use of light-emitting nanoparticles, The Hindustan Times reports.

Vitamin D supplements can save millions of people from cold and flu every year
13.12.2019

According to BBC, this vitamin is significantly important for bone health, but it is also necessary for normal functioning of the immune system. For this reason, experts recommend to enrich foods with vitamin D. Immunity uses vitamin D for the production of immune "weapons" that make holes in bacteria and viruses.

An electronic skin with self-recover feature was designed
13.12.2019

Electronic skin is a thin translucent material simulating human skin. It is used in robotics and prosthetics. Scientists of the University of Colorado have applied a new technology that makes the electronic skin more sensitive to touch, as well as they implemented the self-recover feature, The Deccan Chronicle reports.

The study has shown that Vitamin C is able to defeat cancer
13.12.2019

According to Science World Report, Vitamin C is 10 times more efficient than one of the experimental anti-cancer drugs. This fact was discovered by researchers from the University of Salford. The scientists have studied the effects of experimental medications and natural substances, including ascorbic acid (vitamin C), on the growth of cancer cells.