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    Scientists have created a smart 'band-aid' that uses electrical currents to heal wounds 25 percent faster than traditional methods by stimulating tissue to speed up recovery.  The smart bandage is composed of wireless circuitry that uses the flow of electrical currents and temperature sensors to monitor the progression of wound healing.   The high-tech device promotes faster closure of wounds, increases new blood flow to injured tissue and enhances skin recovery by significantly reducing scar formation, according to researchers.  The wireless, high-tech bandage is the work of Stanford University researchers and was featured in a paper published November 24 in Nature Biotechnology.   Scientists developed a smart bandage that can help to speed up wound healing by monitoring the injury and treating it at the same time The smart bandage is composed of wireless circuitry (above) that uses the flow of electrical currents and temperature sensors to monitor the progression of wound healing RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Is THIS the key to 'limitless' clean energy? Start-up... Wheelchair that can be controlled with your MIND: Scientists... ...
    IT was all over for Boris ­Johnson last night, whether he quits as PM or is sacked by the party he led to a landslide victory just over two years ago. In a bloodthirsty version of Margaret Thatcher’s last days, Cabinet ministers — including ­former loyalist diehards — lined up to tell their boss they no longer ­support his premiership. 3It was all over for Boris ­Johnson last night, the wounds of Margaret Thatcher’s assassination took decades to healCredit: Tim Hammond / No10 Downing Street 3It might take a long time to get over the political death of Boris JohnsonCredit: Ken Lennox The PM won’t quit. He will have to be dragged kicking and screaming out of Downing Street. Last night, the infamous Men in Grey Suits — representing the all-powerful 1922 Committee of ­backbench Tory MPs — stood ready to assist. Boris barely survived a recent ­confidence vote, in which 148 Tory MPs went against him. Under present rules, he cannot be ­challenged again for a year. Now the “suits” are prepared to change those rules, telling the PM...
    A BRIT celebrity stylist mum has said her "wounds will never heal" after her evil ex killed their three-year-old son to "completely destroy her life". Devastated Phoebe Arnold says the death of her tot Tasso will "mark her life forever" after his body was found in burned-out car in Portugal in a suspected murder-suicide. 3Tasso, three, was found dead in a burned-out car in Portugal 3The tot's mum, Brit Phoebe Arnold, says her 'wounds will never heal'Credit: Rex Hunters found Tasso’s body on Sunday, close to that of his designer father Clemens Weisshaar who had a gunshot wound to his head. A statement attributed to Tasso’s maternal family published by press in Portugal, where Phoebe is currently living, told of their heartache - describing the youngster as "loved" and "beautiful". "The family of Phoebe Arnold, whose son lost his life in tragic circumstances in Grandola, has been left heartbroken by the death of a child it couldn’t love more," it reads. "The events of the past week will mark Phoebe’s life forever and leave wounds that will never heal."...
    Afghanistan and other U.S. war veterans are heading out to the open seas with some of their fellow brothers and sisters-in-arms to participate in the War Heroes on Water sportfishing tournament. The War Heroes on Water tournament started four years ago, giving veterans a chance to meet with their fellow former service members and discuss their experiences in the military. According to the War Heroes on Water website, the tournament gives veterans a chance to "connect with fellow veteran heroes to establish invaluable, potentially lifelong bonds" that will help them create lifelines that enable them to continue healing from the wounds of combat." GOP LAWMAKERS HONOR ‘GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR’ VETERANS Mike Nares, an eight-year Army infantry veteran and recipient of two Purple Hearts who joined the military in 2003 following the 9/11 attacks, told Fox News that he has been with the tournament "from the beginning" after being invited by his friend Anthony Shay. "He invited me because he knew I was, at the time, going through a lot of mental demons from combat," Nares said in a Friday...
    THE shock decision by pop legends Abba to reunite after 40 years comes after they finally healed the bitter feuds that drove them apart. The Swedish superstars have knocked back a series of ­money-spinning offers to reform — including a staggering BILLION-DOLLAR deal for a 100-date world tour in 2000. 3Abba are using 'Abbatars' to perform as hologramsCredit: PA Biographer Carl Magnus Palm told how Agnetha Faltskog, 71, Bjorn Ulvaeus, 76, Benny Andersson, 74, and Frida Lyngstad, 75, did not want to compromise their legacy. But he said they were united in their support for the revolutionary concept of “Abbatars” — performing holograms of the group in their 1970s prime that will form the centrepiece of the band’s stage show. And the agreement paved the way for them to rebuild their friendships.Carl told The Sun on Sunday: “The live digital avatars have brought them together. I don’t think they will ever want to perform live again. “They want to protect the Abba legacy. And part of why they are doing this digital avatar show is because they don’t look how...
    Low-flying helicopters, emergency vehicles part of Capitol training exercise The war of words between NYC mayoral hopefuls Wiley and Adams heats up It’s not easy living off the land and building a settlement from the ground up in Going Medieval. There are plenty of dangers facing your villagers beyond starvation and struggling to build a roof over their heads. You need to also worry about raiders and wild animals attack that force you to protect your land. No matter how good your villagers are, there’s always the chance that they’re going to take damage, or they’re going to survive an injury. There are a few good ways to make sure they get the healing they deserve and to make sure they stay in a bed rather than work through the pain. © Provided by GamePur Whenever a villager needs any form of healing, you want to go over to the ‘jobs’ tab on the upper left portion of your screen and click to make the ‘tend’ and ‘convalesce’ tasks are always set to task priority ‘1’. This way, a...
    PRINCE Harry will struggle to "heal the wounds" with his family as Charles and William fear any conversations they have with him will "immediately leak", an expert has claimed. Royal commentator Phil Dampier said it will be difficult for Harry's loved ones to speak openly to him after details of private conversations were leaked. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest updates 5Charles and William will struggle to trust Harry after details of private conversations leaked, a royal expert claimsCredit: Refer to Caption It's understood William and Charles chose to speak to the Duke of Sussex together after Philip's funeral over concerns the chat could be "misconstrued". And Mr Dampier said: "One of Charles and Williams’ big fears is that whatever discussions they have with Harry are immediately leaked. "They will be worried that if they get into any great detail, the next thing they know it will be out in the public domain, which makes it extremely difficult to heal the wounds long-term." It comes as: Prince Harry met the Queen privately ‘at least...
    New York : Has been the journalist Gayle king who revealed that princes William and Harry they had a conversation together with his father, the heir to the throne of England, Prince Charles. However, he added that despite this rapprochement, the distance between them remains. “Those conversations weren’t productive,” she said on her CBS This Morning show. Prince William responds to the world and Meghan Markle: “We are not a racist family” “Well, I’m not trying to break the news, but I called them,” King said. Who wanted to know how they felt after all the scandal that has been unleashed as a result of the statements they gave in the interview with Oprah Winfrey. Gayle said Harry confirmed to her that he had indeed spoken with his dad and brother. It’s true. “What they told me is that those conversations weren’t productive.. But they are happy that, at least, they already started a conversation. I think what still bothers them is that the palace keeps saying that they want to try [el tema] privately, but they feel...
    It may sound like a super power of the comic book character Wolverine, but the US Air Force is developing a way for future warfighters to heal their wounds in an instance. Working with the University of Michigan, the teams is exploring cellular reprogramming to treat wounds, burns and other injuries on the battle five times faster than what occurs naturally with the human body. The process of cell programming modifies its genome using proteins, called transcription factors, which stop different genes 'to regulate activities such as cell division and growth, and cell migration and organization.' The transcription factors could be administered through a 'spray-on' bandage where they would be applied directly to wounds, which could convert exposed muscle cells into surface skin cells that cover the wound so it heals faster. Scroll down for video  The US Air Force and the  University of Michigan are exploring cellular reprogramming to treat wounds, burns and other injuries on the battle five times faster than what occurs naturally with the human body Dr. Indika Rajapakse, associate professor of computational medicine and...
    This wartime tool is truly “cutting” edge! The US Air Force is developing science-fiction-worthy skin technology that could soon heal soldiers’ wounds five times faster than the human body, officials said Thursday. A University of Michigan scientist Dr. Indika Rajapakse is working with the military branch to research ways to “reprogram” a person’s own cells to speed up healing — potentially improving the long-term health of soldiers and veterans, the US Air Force said in a press release. To research the mind-bending tech, Rajapakse is using a special live cell imaging microscope paid for by the US Air Force, along with an elaborate algorithm, he said. “The impact of this research effort can be far reaching,” Rajapakse said. “We have the resources to do this, and it is our obligation to take full advantage of them.” Cellular reprogramming involves taking one type of human cell, such as a skin cell, and rejiggering its genome so it becomes a different kind of cell, such as a muscle or blood cell. Other details including when the technology could be ready for use...
    (CNN)Joe Biden's victory in the US presidential election was met with a sigh of relief across the vast majority of European capitals. In the eyes of most, Donald Trump's presidency saw the European Union's most important ally vacillate between uninterest and outright aggression. However, the prospect of an incoming administration willing to reengage with Brussels, as well as the circumstances in which Biden won, has also given the world's largest economic bloc cause for introspection. "No one is under any illusion that under Biden things are going to suddenly be amazing," a senior EU diplomat told CNN. "Under Trump, many of us had to admit that we rely too heavily on America. That will probably inform how far we go in terms of rebuilding bridges under Biden." All of the EU sources contacted in this piece spoke under the condition of anonymity for a variety of reasons. Some were not authorized to speak on the record, others were concerned they could create diplomatic problems within the bloc at a very sensitive time. Joe Biden at the EU Headquarters in BrusselsIn...
    By Orhan Coskun ANKARA (Reuters) - Political turmoil over the resignation of Turkey's once powerful finance minister has a silver lining for President Tayyip Erdogan, offering a chance to ease tensions in his ruling party over the influential and divisive figure. Berat Albayrak, Erdogan's son-in-law, said he was stepping down on Sunday in a dramatic statement on Instagram. The abrupt departure of a central figure in Erdogan's inner circle stunned the government and undermined the president who had long championed him, officials said. But it also presents an opportunity to win back disaffected members within the ruling AK Party who felt marginalised by the rapid rise of the 42-year-old former businessman and took issue with his stewardship of the troubled economy, party sources say. Disenchanted party members, including some parliamentarians, had been considering leaving and joining one of two new breakaway parties set up by AKP founders and former allies of Erdogan, according to three officials who spoke to Reuters. "Such a thing was happening for the first time under Erdogan's leadership," an official close to the party said, referring...
    JENNIFER Lopez broke down into “tears of joy” after President Elect Joe Biden won the heated 2020 election that dethroned Donald Trump. The 51-year-old singer shared an emotional clip minutes hour the results from this year’s nail biting political race became official as she celebrated the “new day” for America. 12JLo cried 'tears of joy' following president elect Joe Biden's historic winCredit: Instagram 12The singer broke down in tears as she praised the president electCredit: Instagram 12Joe Biden gave an emotional speech tonight as president elect Credit: Reuters On Saturday, JLo posted on her Stories to her 133 million Instagram followers moments after former vice president Biden was elected the 46th president of the United States.  “So happy this morning. Echoing the words of everyone saying that we are headed toward a better day, a more united country,” she said.  Jenny from the block then got emotional and said choked up: “I’m just crying tears of joy.  “I hope that we can all come together and love each other and appreciate each other. It’s a new day.  12The pop star...
    Mother Teresa said that “if we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” That’s all too true of America today. A global pandemic has upended our lives. Racial unrest convulses our cities. And our politics have devolved into blood sport, as toxic as it is tribal. We have indeed forgotten who we are and what we owe to one another. We desperately need to remember. To do that, we need a better anthropology. When most people hear the word “anthropology,” they think of scientists documenting life among isolated tribes in far-away islands. But originally, the term meant simply an account of what it means to be and to flourish as a human being. We make laws and public policy for the protection and thriving of persons. And when we do that, we usually have an idea of who and what a person is, though often our idea remains hidden and unexamined. Too often, our understanding of the person is flattened, incomplete and downright inhuman. It leaves out our mutual dependence, vulnerability and...
    More than 50 nonprofit organizations, supported by the New York City Department of Health, are the first “scaffolding for reconstruction” of neighborhoods that remain emotionally and economically devastated The Corona, Jackson Heights and Elmhurst neighborhoods in Queens, which were located on the map of the Big Apple as the “epicenter of the epicenter” of the coronavirus, are still trying to “Heal” your deep wounds, when the viral infection is still a threat. Between March, April and May death statistics and infected by the new virus grew Like in no other area of ​​New York and even in the country, almost on a par, the tragedy of the loss of jobs and economic income was exacerbated. There, in the heart of these towns where more than 60% of the population is of Hispanic origin. But in the core of these punished communities, initiatives emerged that show how community integration can transform pain into opportunities, at a time when there is a certainty that all the shadows of the pandemic will take time to disappear At the worst moment of the crisis,...
    Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick told "Fox News @ Night" Wednesday that former Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis' criticism of President Trump was an unneeded "distraction" and that America must "turn to God" if it wants to overcome racism. "I think the timing was terrible, Shannon," Patrick told host Shannon Bream of Mattis' broadside. "And I think there are a lot of people speaking up now that are creating real distractions and undermining what we're all trying to do in this country." CURFEWS CONTINUE: MAJOR CITIES TELL AMERICANS TO STAY HOME FOR YET ANOTHER NIGHT Mattis released a statement to The Atlantic Wednesday evening slamming Trump for his leadership in the wake of George Floyd's death, which has been marked by violence and looting in major American cities. "Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people — does not even pretend to try," Mattis said. "Instead he tries to divide us." Turning to Floyd's May 25 death following his arrest by Minneapolis police, Patrick told Bream that Floyd's passing and the subsequent turmoil "breaks my heart." "We have...
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