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The Reason Brain Diseases Have Quadrupled in 21 Years - The rate of increase in such a short time suggests a silent or even a ‘hidden’ epidemic, in which environmental factors must play a major part, not just aging.

The Reason Brain Diseases Have Quadrupled in 21 Years - The rate of increase in such a short time suggests a silent or even a ‘hidden’ epidemic, in which environmental factors must play a major part, not just aging.

Did you know that nerve impulses in the brain travel as fast as 170 mph? Learn more body facts from this infographic.

Did you know that nerve impulses in the brain travel as fast as 170 mph? Learn more body facts from this infographic.

Having received FDA clearance In August, AliveCor has released a new version of the app for its Heart Monitor that is able to automatically detect atrial fibrillation. The Heart Monitor snaps onto the back of smartphones and functions as a one lead ECG, with recordings instantaneously displayed on the phone’s screen. The new version of the app is able to notice certain irregular heart beats to immediately notify the patient. #afib

Having received FDA clearance In August, AliveCor has released a new version of the app for its Heart Monitor that is able to automatically detect atrial fibrillation. The Heart Monitor snaps onto the back of smartphones and functions as a one lead ECG, with recordings instantaneously displayed on the phone’s screen. The new version of the app is able to notice certain irregular heart beats to immediately notify the patient. #afib

A team in California has demonstrated an exciting new technology that uses DNA as a "cellular velcro" to get cells to stick to each other and form 3D tissue.

A team in California has demonstrated an exciting new technology that uses DNA as a "cellular velcro" to get cells to stick to each other and form 3D tissue.

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