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Bio-Sensors -- The Non-Invasive Approach Towards Diabetes

Bio-Sensors -- The Non-Invasive Approach Towards DiabetesA team of researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Microelectronic Circuits and Systems IMS, Germany, has emerged with a new technique to help tackle the problem of diabetes and hence, it’s associated heart ailments.

The researchers have developed a tiny bio-sensor, which will be taking into account the levels of glucose by monitoring the tissue fluids, those excreted by the body via tears or sweat.

Obesity can be harmful for kids’ brains

Obesity can be harmful for kids’ brainsIn a new study on children, shows that obesity can hurt their brains. Obesity is already known for increasing the risk of diabetes, orthopedic problems, cardiovascular disease amidst other health problems in children and well as adults. But the study in the journal Pediatrics talks about has taken a different perspective on obesity; it talks about its effects on the brain.

German Drug Maker Wakes Up to Apologize after 50 Years

German Drug Maker Wakes Up to Apologize after 50 YearsIt's better to be late than never, proves Gruenenthal Group, a pharmaceutical company in Germany, as it apologized after more than 50 years for a drug that caused thousands to suffer deteriorating conditions, as per a recent report.

Researchers find the cause of Internet addiction

Researchers find the cause of Internet addictionResearchers have revealed in a new study the possible causes and effects of Internet addiction.

Doctors Say Pioneering Device Cuts Heart Attack Risk

Doctors Say Pioneering Device Cuts Heart Attack RiskA team of doctors from Saarland University Hospital in Germany claims that a new device that helps patients of high blood pressure to reduce their risks of getting a heart attack by half is soon to come, as revealed in a recent report.

Germany opens its inquiry into Facebook’s facial recognition software

Germany opens its inquiry into Facebook’s facial recognition softwareAn inquiry set up by the hamburg data protection agency, Germany, has decided to reopen its Facebook's facil recognition inquiry

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