lunes, 26 de junio de 2017

Ivanhoe's First to Know for 06/26/2017


Imagine waking up and not being able to hear out of one ear. Most people mistake sudden hearing loss for a head cold, but how quickly you seek treatment for it may be the difference between saving or losing your hearing

Cancer patients routinely endure surgical biopsies to diagnose and detect progression of the disease. Now, researchers have a non-invasive tool that replaces cutting and finds the cancer wherever it is hiding in the body

A cutting edge treatment that was mostly used on people with uncontrolled seizures is now emerging as a life-saving option for those with brain cancer

Tracking your steps, counting your calories, and now monitoring your heart rate? A newly FDA-approved tool is transforming the way doctors and patients are taking on healthcare

Kids with special needs may have a difficult time communicating. While assistive devices are available, they are often expensive and hard to use. Now, an inexpensive tool helps them express themselves

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More Medical News for this week:

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Quote of the week:

Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.” 

— Voltaire


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