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Multiple Organs Impaired in Long Covid-19 Patients

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A study of individuals with lingering symptoms from Covid-19 shows they experience impaired organ functions months after the initial infections. . . . → Read More: Multiple Organs Impaired in Long Covid-19 Patients

Small Biz Award Funds Home Elder Muscle Device

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A start-up company spun-off from Dartmouth College received a grant to develop a device for older people to measure their muscle mass exercises at home. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Award Funds Home Elder Muscle Device

Mobile App Studied to Measure Kidney Disease Anemia

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A smartphone app designed to non-invasively estimate hemoglobin levels is being assessed for its ability to measure anemia in chronic kidney disease patients. . . . → Read More: Mobile App Studied to Measure Kidney Disease Anemia

Small Biz Grant Funds Wrist Fracture Adhesive

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A company developing a biocompatible material to aid bone healing will test the substance on treating simulated wrist fractures in large animals. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Grant Funds Wrist Fracture Adhesive

Graphene Crispr Chip Detects Small Genetic Differences

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An academic-industry team designed a computer chip with graphene circuits using the gene-editing technique Crispr to detect fine genetic differences in samples. . . . → Read More: Graphene Crispr Chip Detects Small Genetic Differences

Hearing Tech Company Raises New Venture Funds

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A company creating devices that help people with hearing impairments, but without the stigma or cost of hearing aids, is raising $7 million in new venture funds. . . . → Read More: Hearing Tech Company Raises New Venture Funds

Mobile App to Track Fat, Sugar Consumption

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A mobile app is being created that allows users to record their eating of saturated fat and added sugar in near real time to better gauge health effects. . . . → Read More: Mobile App to Track Fat, Sugar Consumption

Univ. Lab Develops, Licenses Sports Injury Implant

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A medical device company now offers a synthetic tissue implant for torn rotator cuff, a common sports injury, designed at a Purdue University engineering lab. . . . → Read More: Univ. Lab Develops, Licenses Sports Injury Implant

Trial to Test Direct Crispr Blood Stem Cell Edits

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A clinical trial is set to begin that tests a direct form of gene editing with Crispr to correct inherited malfunctioning genes causing sickle cell disease. . . . → Read More: Trial to Test Direct Crispr Blood Stem Cell Edits

Intensive Care Bed Designed for Preterm Babies

Clinical trial results show a hospital bed that simulates contact with a mothers’ body helps preterm babies cope with unpleasant medical procedures. . . . → Read More: Intensive Care Bed Designed for Preterm Babies