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Sanolla’s management team, from left: VP business development Jacob Bridger, co-founder-CEO Dr. Doron Adler, co-founder-COO David Linhard. (Moran Maayan)

World’s First AI-Ready Infrasound Stethoscope Gets FDA Approval

Sanolla’s VoqX can hear infrasound acoustic waves which, when analyzed by AI algorithms, supply lifesaving diagnostic insights.  The...

RedC Biotech plans to use this bioreactor to create red blood cells out of a single stem cell. (RedC Biotech)

RedC Biotech Seeks To Make Blood Donations A Thing Of The Past

If the startup is successful, hospitals will be able to buy blood on demand as a pharmaceutical product.  The post RedC Biotech Seeks To...

NYS Lawmakers Launch Blood Pressure Cuff Program for Expecting Mothers

By Tracie Isaactracieisaac@minorityreporter.net This year, the month of April received a new national health issue to observe by President...

RCSD Students and Families Explore the Healthcare Profession with “Scrubs Club”

By Tracie Isaactracieisaac@minorityreporter.net When a child is asked “what do you want to be when you grow up” that question can be...

Researchers at the Medical University of Vienna in Austria have released a study showing humans are ingesting large amounts of nanoplastics in water that could be harmful to their health. (Medical University of Vienna/Zenger)

Junk Food And Tainted Water: People Ingest A Credit Card Worth Of Nanoplastics Weekly, Study Says

Such substances are bad for people's health over the long run, medical researchers in Austria say. The post Junk Food And Tainted Water:...

A cone snail searches for prey. Researchers from varied disciplines are collaborating to understand the way conotoxins — chemicals found in cone snail venom — work and how they can be utilized to reduce pain in humans. (Pengchao-BGI/CC BY-SA 4.0)

Venomous Sea Snail Could Be Key To More Effective Painkillers With Lower Risk Of Addiction

The properties of the toxins in the venom have already shown promise in medicine, researchers say. The post Venomous Sea Snail Could Be...

A real human brain being displayed as part of an exhibition at the @Bristol attraction in Bristol, England. Researchers are working on reducing the impact of strokes on human brains through the use of electrical currents. File photo (Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Stroke Of Genius: Electric Brain Shocks Could Help Stroke Patients Recover, Say Scientists

The researchers found that the beneficial changes varied according to electrode placement and task required. The post Stroke Of Genius:...

The Marpai cofounders, from left: Chairman Yaron Eitan, CEO Edmundo Gonzalez and Chief Science Adviser Eli David. (Courtesy of Marpai)

This Tech Will Cut The Cost Of Self-funded Health Coverage

Marpai uses artificial intelligence to predict who will get sick, what it will cost and where to find reasonably priced care. The post...

Large kidney stones, like the one pictured here, typically need to be broken into smaller fragments, so they can be passed naturally. (Tsester/Public Domain)

Ultrasound Waves Could Soon Be Used To Break Up Kidney Stones, Scientists Say

Getting relief from painful kidney stones may soon be possible with an in-office procedure that does not require anesthesia. The post...

Genetically modified lettuce may one day be grown on spacecraft, producing a bone-stimulating hormone to address astronauts' bone loss during lengthy missions. (Kevin Yates)

Out Of This World: Lettuce Grown In Space Might Resist Astronauts’ Bone Loss

A transgenic lettuce may address bone loss not only for space travelers but also patients on Earth. The post Out Of This World: Lettuce...