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Biomedical engineering
Medicine's problem-solvers
Published May 27, 2018
Biomedical engineering program empowers undergrads to develop real-world solutions for improving patient care
Biomolecular engineering
A fresh approach to fighting acne
Published May 27, 2018
Student team engineers a face cream that uses a novel approach to control blemishes
Advance Family Planning gets $34.7M from Gates Foundation
Published May 27, 2018
Initiative supports family planning and reproductive health around the world
Jhpiego
Nurses lead life-saving efforts in Botswana
Published May 27, 2018
New HPV screening strategy lets women collect their own samples in private, encouraging more to get screened
Heart health
Exercise (or lack of it) can alter heart failure risk
Published May 27, 2018
Consistently participating in recommended amount of physical activity in middle age can reduce heart failure risk by as much as 31 percent, review finds
A personalized approach to cancer treatment
Published May 27, 2018
Scientists find a way to distill complex biomolecular data into labels that are easier to interpret
Heart health
The Alzheimer's disease of the heart?
Published May 27, 2018
Protein clumping may contribute to heart failure development and could be used as a diagnostic tool for testing therapies or disease progression
Safe travels?
Published May 27, 2018
Unlike hotels, many Airbnb rentals aren't regulated by standard safety requirements, making injury prevention more challenging, researchers say
Biomedical engineering
Souped-up walker helps get pediatric ICU patients back on their feet
Published May 27, 2018
The AmbuMate could help ailing children out of bed—and the hospital—faster
Water worries
A harmful flaw in water treatment methods?
Published May 27, 2018
Water treatment process converts commonly used chemicals into harmful compounds that affect cellular function and metabolism, study finds
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