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This 200-million-year-old Reptile Had Huge Claw to Dig Food

This 200-million-year-old Reptile Had Huge Claw to Dig Food

Usually, old remainshelp researchers understand history of earth, but newly found reptile fossil is puzzling them. It’s a 200-million-year-old reptilewhose studymay shed new light on the world’spast several million years ago.

Scientists invent synthetic bone produced with 3D printable ink

Scientists invent synthetic bone produced with 3D printable ink

The researchers at Northwestern University, led by assistant professor Ramille Shah along with her postdoctoral fellow Adam Jakus, have developed a synthetic “hyperelastic” bone tissue produced with 3D printable ink. This invention was a result of over 100 interviews conducted by the researchers of the University with surgeons who complained of the bone graft material generally used, to be too brittle.

Risks Associated with Zikaare More than Birth Defects

Risks Associated with Zikaare More than Birth Defects

Zika virus is more dangerous for developing fetuses than earlier thought, warned director Anthony Fauciof the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. The mosquito-borne virus posesgreater risk to fetuses than currently estimated.

E.coli outbreak investigation over, illnesses expected to continue for some time: CDC

E.coli outbreak investigation over, illnesses expected to continue for some time: CDC

The Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have completed investigation into a multi-state E.coli outbreak linked to General Mills flour. From December 2015 to now, at least 63 people have fallen sick and more are expected to become victims of the infection.

Medtronic's ‘Artificial Pancreas’ gets FDA Approval for Diabetes

Medtronic's ‘Artificial Pancreas’ gets FDA Approval for Diabetes

The US Food and Drug Administration has approvedMiniMed 670G device of Medtronic Plcfor type 1 diabetes, the company announced in a statement. It is going to be the firstdeviceapproved as automated insulin delivery system.

The device, also known as anartificial pancreas, will helptype 1 diabetes patients by relieving them from frequent checks of insulin levels.It automatically regulates the insulin flowwith the help of a glucose sensor that is linked to an insulin pump.

Flu Season, Vaccine and Side Effects: All You Need to Know

Flu Season, Vaccine and Side Effects: All You Need to Know

Flu season goes hand in hand with winter, so before the season starts, people are advised to receive vaccine. A report bythe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has predicted that more than 157millioninjectable flu vaccine doses will be provided to people in upcoming winter months to protest againstthe flu strains.

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