Health

Examining Concussions In Youth Sports

19.01.13

A recent article by Time Magazine cited that children who have been diagnosed with depression are more likely to suffer a concussion while playing youth sports. This correlation flips a common belief that athletes of all ages are more likely to experience symptoms of depression during and after suffering the effects of a concussion. The […]

NasalGuard®

19.01.10

A Topical Gel that Reduces Inhalation of Harmful Airborne Contaminants Makes National Debut Perfect for Flu and Cough Cold Season, Indoor Pollutants, Pet Allergies and More Trutek Corp. announces the launch of NasalGuard®Airborne Particle Blocker®. NasalGuard is an electrostatic topical nasal gel that prevents airborne particles from entering the nose. The product is drug-free and […]

MIT: Liver transplant deaths reduced by 20%

19.01.03

Demand for liver transplants is much higher than organ supply, resulting in approximately 2,400 deaths every year. Also problematic is the current model used to identify and prioritize the “sickest” patients, which does not allow for equitable access to all waitlisted candidates, with a particular disadvantage to women. To address these issues, MIT Sloan School […]

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