Some great innovations on Pop Sci’s list.
From the BBC: “Madeleine’s team is at work on a task so absurd it seems more wizardly than scientific: they’re transforming human skin into brains. “The brains develop in the same way you would see in an embryo,” says Madeleine.
“Good news for people with type 1 diabetes. The first “artificial pancreas” has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Innovative medical technology company Medtronic’s MiniMed 670G is the first device to combine an automated glucose monitor
A great advance: “Now, Ramille Shah at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, and her colleagues have developed an ink that can be 3D-printed into bone implants that are robust but ultra-elastic, allowing surgeons to cut and manipulate them in the
From the Guardian: “The scientists found that known health indicators, such as smoking, blood pressure and weight, were still more valuable in predicting life expectancy in the 2,700 participants who had died since the study began, but that their underlying
From Time: “In humans studies, researchers have found that more diverse communities of bacteria are linked to having a normal weight, while fewer types of bugs were connected to overweight and obesity, though those results were a little uneven.”
This is a great development. Hopefully the money is used wisely.
From MedCity News: “Peripheral artery disease, where plaque builds up in arteries in the legs and in other places preventing blood flow is usually treated using balloon angioplasty and stents, if a procedure is called for. Now, one California startup
I completed the Prolon longevity fasting-mimicking diet yesterday. Below is a quick summary of my experience: Pros: -I lost one pound each day for a total of 5 pounds. -It wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be. -It
I read about the benefits of the Prolon Fasting Mimicking diet in this WSJ article, so I decided to try it myself and see what kind of impact it has on my health. I’m on day 2, and so far,