Tooth decay | Brain tumors | Eye floaters | Robotic walking device | Blood thinner testing
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Thursday, October 26, 2017
The grooves and pits in back teeth are prone to decay. Sealants painted on the surface help prevent this damage. (From NIH’s NIDCR)
Learning about the possible symptoms of a brain tumor can help you know when to tell a doctor about them. (From NIH News in Health)
Dark specks or strings in your vision are called eye floaters. They move around when you move your eyes. They dart away when you try to look at them directly. (From NIH’s NEI)
Cerebral palsy is a brain disorder that affects muscle movement. NIH created a robotic exoskeleton to help kids with the disorder walk better. (From NIH News in Health)
Blood thinners help prevent blood clots. A lab test helps doctors finetune the dosing for the blood thinner called warfarin. (From NIH Research Matters)