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LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is urging West Michigan residents to sign up for the state’s PFAS Exposure and Health Study to help ensure robust data gathering and to make the study as successful as possible. The study was launched in November with the goal of learning more about …

Feb 25 2021 Medical technology pioneer Forest Devices, Inc. (FDI) today announced the publication of positive results from the EDGAR study of its AlphaStroke™ technology in identifying patients with large vessel occlusive (LVO) strokes in emergency departments in the American Heart Association Journal, STROKE. LVOs are the type of ischemic stroke that require an interventional …

With the COVID-19 pandemic taking a disproportionate toll on low-income people of color, a research team headed by Marya Gwadz of the Silver School of Social Work at New York University set out to understand the ways the pandemic may put individuals at risk for adverse outcomes, and the ways they successfully adapted to and …

While assisted reproductive technology is increasingly prevalent, there is concern amid conflicting findings reported regarding the long-term outcomes of children born following these treatments. The aim of this research was to investigate aspects of cognitive development in early school-age Israeli children born following assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatments, compared to those spontaneously conceived (SC).This prospective …

The Global Wearable Technology Market Report is presented in a clear and concise way to help you understand market structure and dynamics. Recent trends, developments and opportunities leading to market growth in the Global Wearable Technology Market have been analyzed and stated. The report focuses on the global market and provides answers to the most …

The flipping of the Earth’s magnetic poles together with a drop in solar activity 42,000 years ago could have generated an apocalyptic environment that may have played a role in a major events ranging from the extinction of megafauna to the end of the Neanderthals, researchers say. The Earth’s magnetic field acts as a protective …

A technology that is widely used by commercial genetic testing companies is “extremely unreliable” in detecting very rare variants, meaning results suggesting individuals carry rare disease-causing genetic variants are usually wrong, according to new research published in the BMJ. After hearing of cases where women had surgery scheduled after wrongly being told they had very …

The theory was simple and compelling: Children are less vulnerable to the new coronavirus because they carry antibodies to other common coronaviruses that cause the common cold. The idea might also explain why some people infected with the new virus have mild symptoms while others — presumably without antibodies to common cold coronaviruses — are …

The “Technological Advancements Enabling Plastics Recycling” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. This research report provides information on various recycling technologies and assess the capabilites of each technology. This research service covers different recycling technologies such as mechanical, chemical, biological, and chemical with more emphasis on the emerging technology trends and developments in chemical …

Credit: TYM Homes Innovative Wall-Smart mounts recess 13 voice assistants, 4 thermostats, & 7 touchpanels flush with stone surfaces, rendering the technology nearly imperceptible The Wall-Smart mounts make these devices look like a seamless part of the walls and ceilings, barely imperceptible yet easily accessible to the homeowners.” — TYM Vice President, Greg Montgomery BUFFALO, …