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ROBOT WORM HELPS DETECT LUNG CANCER

ROBOT WORM HELPS DETECT LUNG CANCER

A new robot for detecting lung cancer is being tested in California. Burlingame Medical Center has developed a device for ion bronchoscopy. The robot allows doctors to navigate the lungs using a virtual map created from CT scans. It also provides real-time viewing of the lungs using a catheter that looks somewhat like an earthworm. Surgeon Alexander Seider tested the new device on three...

MICROBOTS WILL HELP TREAT CANCER

MICROBOTS WILL HELP TREAT CANCER

These little green dots are microbots. They can navigate among cells and specifically stimulate individual ones. Researchers from the Technical University of Munich say the technology is the first of its kind. It could potentially open the door to new treatments for cancer and other diseases. Tiny robots made from seaweed. The team found a way to produce millions of them in minutes. Their width is...

HALLUCINATIONS AND PARKINSON: A STUDY

HALLUCINATIONS AND PARKINSON: A STUDY

This robotic device helps Swiss scientists study hallucinations, in particular the hallucination of presence. It occurs in some cases in the early stages of Parkinson's disease. The device consists of two robots. The experiment participant pushes the robotic arm from the front, and the robot from behind synchronously repeats the movement, pushing the person in the back. In this case, there is no feeling...

NEW BRAIN STIMULATOR TO COMBAT DEPRESSION

NEW BRAIN STIMULATOR TO COMBAT DEPRESSION

American Emily describes depression as a black hole where gravity is so strong that she can barely move. She knows that the disease can kill her. Both of her parents committed suicide. Now she has joined the trial of a new experimental therapy. Electrodes were implanted into her brain. Researchers say deep brain stimulation could ultimately help the nearly three million Americans suffering from...

PROSTHETICS: SENSING TEMPERATURE IN YOUR HANDS

PROSTHETICS: SENSING TEMPERATURE IN YOUR HANDS

This patient lost part of his arm 37 years ago, and now for the first time since then he felt a warm handshake from another person. A new invention by Swiss neuroengineers helped with this. Scientists have developed a “minitouch” device that allows you to distinguish the temperature of objects when you touch them with a prosthesis. For example, now a patient with his eyes closed is trying to...

MODERATE NUTRITION EXTENDS LIFE

MODERATE NUTRITION EXTENDS LIFE

A decrease in daily nutrition by 30% of normal results in an increase in life expectancy by one and a half times. Employees of the French National Research Center conducted an experiment involving lemurs. Scientists reduced the daily amount of food consumed by a test group of animals by a third. The other group ate the same as before. The study lasted ten years. It involved adult animals of...

DOCTORS: OPTIMUM SUGAR LIMIT FOR CHILDREN

DOCTORS: OPTIMUM SUGAR LIMIT FOR CHILDREN

Experts in the field of cardiovascular diseases have determined the universal norm of sweets for children from 2 to 18 years old. People aged 2-18 years should consume no more than 25 grams of sugar every day - that's six teaspoons. American experts came to this conclusion. An article about this was published in the scientific journal Circulation, dedicated to research in the field of cardiovascular...

NANO-FABRIC CREATED

NANO-FABRIC CREATED

The new fabric will allow a person to feel comfortable in clothes even when the ambient temperature changes by 15 degrees. Scientists have invented a unique fabric, one side of which is capable of retaining heat, and the other, on the contrary, dissipating it. The new type of textile is planned to be used to create reversible clothing that could, if necessary, not only warm but also cool a...

The art of smiling

The art of smiling

Residents of Japan are once again learning the “art of smiling” after three years of the coronavirus pandemic, during which everyone got used to wearing masks. To do this, they turn to special smile trainers, writes The Guardian. Since the end of the official mandate to wear masks due to COVID-19, many people across the country have said they are struggling to adjust to life without masks. Some...

Kolan British Hospital

Hospitals in Northern Cyprus

Hospitals in Northern Cyprus Each city has public and private hospitals. In addition, there are also a large number of private clinics and private doctor's offices of various specialties. Niсosia/Lefkosa Barish Ruh ve Sinir Hospital, tel. 0392 2285441 Ozel Baskent Hospital, tel. 0392 2236695 State Hospital named after Doc Burkhan Nalbantoilu, tel. 0392 2285441 Private Hospital, Middle East...

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