cancer

Scientists envision future where terminal cancer patients could be treated with induced hibernation

Scientists envision future where terminal cancer patients could be treated with induced hibernation

Scientists have come up with yet another innovative approach to treating cancer: inducing hibernation in patients to decelerate all bodily functions, including the spread of malignant tumors in healthy tissues. The technique, which involves putting patients in a temporary state of deep sleep, is intended to work alongside radiotherapy and other oncological treatment methods. (more…)


crispr-gene-editing

China becomes the first to test CRISPR gene editing technique in humans

A team of researchers from China have created history by being the first in the entire world to test the incredibly innovative CRISPR/ Cas9 gene-editing technique in a human patient. The modified cells were injected last month by scientists at Chengdu's Sichuan University, as an antidote to aggressive forms of lung cancer. (more…)






3 in 1 Stand Up Stand in a Tube-11

Dale Rorabaugh designs 3 in 1 Stand Up Stand in a Tube, an antidote to prolonged sitting!

An overwhelming amount of research, in recent years, reveals the harmful effects that prolonged sitting has on one's health. Sitting, for extended periods, actually makes one susceptible to a host of diseases, such as diabetes, obesity, heart problems and even cancer. Previously, we talked about "The End of Sitting", an innovative workplace design that encourages supported standing…


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