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Using ergonomics to reduce pain from technology use

The use of smartphones, tablets and laptops has become commonplace throughout the world and has been especially prevalent among college students. Recent studies have found that college students have higher

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Making bone growth transparent

As our bodies grow throughout childhood and puberty, our final height and the shape of our skeleton are largely determined by growth plates—areas of new growth at both ends of

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Researchers develop AutoProstate to automatically generate prostate cancer diagnostic reports using deep learning

Researchers from the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences have developed a computer-aided prostate cancer diagnosis system, AutoProstate, which uses deep learning to generate an automatic report which will

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Heart disease-protective diabetes drug not used equitably, study finds

A medication typically used for treating diabetes, glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists (GLP-1 RA), could also be used to prevent cardiovascular disease and major cardiovascular events, but a new study showed

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Protocol may ID candidates for neuromodulation therapies for pain

Fung Ping Wong, from Toronto Western Hospital, and colleagues compared the outcomes of neuromodulation trials and implants in patients who bypassed an in-person psychological assessment (fast-track cohort; 57 participants) versus

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Gene therapy gives new life to girl born with fatal immune disorder

In every visible way, Marley Gaskins is an average 12-year-old—she enjoys painting, playing online games like Roblox with her friends and taking ukulele lessons. But until recently, her life was

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Visuals increase attention; now science explains why

“Look at me!” we might say while attempting to engage our children. It turns out there is a neurochemical explanation for why looking at mom or dad actually helps kiddoes

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