Bionic glue can quickly and strongly stop bleeding

How can the wound be healed safely and quickly? The research team from Zhejiang University’s Medical College and other units reported a bionic hydrogel material that can completely stop large artery injury and massive hemorrhage from heart penetrating injury within tens of seconds[1]. The effect of this material has been confirmed in animal experiments and…

Top 10 Biomedical Research results in 2018

Every day, we are reporting on the latest and most cutting-edge biomedical research, some offering new ideas for treatment, some changing perceptions, and some that might inspire you.  Over the past year, from hundreds of stories published around the world this year, we have compiled the top 10 outcomes of 2018 that attract the most…

Scientists confirm 6 effective methods against Alzheimer’s

Dementia makes many people sad, their family members lose memory, how to avoid dementia becomes an important issue, and tomorrow’s upcoming Weekly Newsletter will teach you six scientifically proven ways to prevent dementia. Please check it out first: As of 2025, it is estimated that 1 million people in the UK will suffer from dementia,…

New method of brain tumor therapy is expected to breakthrough in medicine

WASHINGTON – The medical community has made exciting new breakthroughs in the treatment of deadly brain tumors. Physicians use a modified polio virus to treat patients’ brain cancer. This breakthrough currently looks promising. Pearson reports. Eight years ago, Stephanie Hower was diagnosed with brain cancer. The doctor surgically removed the tumor but relapsed after two…

Genetic sequencing: there are 27 entirely new viruses in bees

The discovery of 27 unseen viruses from bees could help scientists develop more effective strategies against the spread of pathogens. Bees are very important to the healthy development of ecology. When bees collect nectar from different plants, they attach pollen to it and spread it to other plants. This process allows flowering plants to produce…

Research says Google algorithm or can predict patient life

One study claims that an algorithm developed by Google in the United States can predict the mortality rate of patients after hospitalization, and the accuracy even exceeds the doctor’s prediction. Using neural network artificial intelligence technology, Google’s “magic brain” team developed an algorithm that analyzes more than 170,000 data points for a medical record of…

Japanese research team discovers substances that promote cancer metastasis

According to a report from Japan’s Kyodo News Agency on June 20th, a group of researchers from Japan’s Shiga Medical University said that the protein called “EMP1” that promotes cancer metastasis has been discovered on the 19th. See more articles about “Cancer” on How to be health Researchers believe that if we can grasp the…

Take a look at your wrist. Are your veins blue?

We see that the blood flowing from the body is red, but sometimes the blood vessels seen through the skin are blue. Some people say that venous blood is blue due to lack of oxygen. Some people say that it is the color of blood vessels. Is that right? This is about hemoglobin in the…

American Medical Research Finds 90% of New Anti-Lung Cancer Therapies

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide and in the United States. Recent medical studies in the United States have found that immunotherapy drugs can change the treatment of lung cancer and continue life for 90% of patients. The study found that pretreatment of lung cancer patients with immunotherapy drugs before surgery…

Photorejuvenation is good but it is not suitable for these people

Beauty is the nature of everyone. The degree and method of beauty depends on the quality of each person’s skin. Skin care is a problem that every female friend will have, and photorejuvenation is a must-have for many people. Photorejuvenation is a relatively high-end cosmetic experience project in the modern medical and medical world. It…

Younger IQ descends from generation to generation

The decline in IQ may be due to technology affecting school instruction, or it may be because people spend more time on technology equipment than on books. According to the British “Daily Mail” report, a new study found that since World War II, young people’s IQ index has steadily increased first, and then it has…

“Gene rewriting” has the promise of eradicating genetic disease

The infiltration of computer technology, such as large data, has made life science gradually into the life of ordinary people. But compared with it and internet startups, life science start-ups are relatively low-key and rarely self-promotion and hype. One reason is that it often takes longer for life sciences to go from laboratory to market….