In what may well turn out to be an immensely important and significant development in the field of astronomical sciences, it has been revealed that a team of researchers from the University of Michigan is focusing on developing a fresh power scheme by which cardiac pacemakers can easily turn into a dubious source, thereby providing vibrations straight from heartbeats.
A group of researchers at the Purdue University in the US has revealed after its latest study, published in the Biophysical Journal, that a technology that would possibly be helpful in early diagnosis of breast cancer, says a recent report.
American Cancer Society Relay for Life has already started with the work of launching their fundraising efforts for the year. The society has started working for the kickoff Relay for Life of Saline volunteers and all the participants are advised to gather on March 15 at Brecon Village Wellness Center for the ceremony.
It costs $34 billion a year to get uterine fibroids treated. The uterine fibroids are noncancerous tumor which results in lower back pain, heavy bleeding during periods and may also lead to miscarriage. The only present treatment of it is surgery.
A recent study conducted by the Arizona State University has found that recession although had a bad impact over the world's economy, it had had a good impact over those were obese. According to the findings of the study, obese people shed heavy chunk of weight since 2007, when the world witnessed financial crunch.
A recent study has found that caffeine that is found in coffee can disrupt the sleeping pattern for the people who tend to be active in the day time. The people are often characterized as either morning people or night owls.
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