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Heart Failure, Heart Failure Devices, Cardiomyopathy, total artificial heart, Freedom Drive, Wearable Technology, Ventricular Assist Device, LVADs, right ventricular assist device

Using Wearable Technology, Man Leaves Hospital Without a Human Heart

Wearable technology allows 24-year-old with a total artificial heart to wait at home for a heart transplant. It's the latest milestone in efforts to replace the failing heart.

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Sustainability, Community Outreach, Lexington

VIDEO: UK Students Simultaneously Tackle Food Waste Issue & Help Those in Need

A new UK program is more than just a win-win situation. Watch how college students are not only reaching out to help those in need but also working to solve the problem of food waste and building community all at once.

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Blueberries: Small Fruit Delivers Big Reward

Just one cup of blueberries per day could be the key to reducing blood pressure and arterial stiffness, both of which are associated with cardiovascular disease.

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HPV, Hpv Testing, Cervical Cancer, Gynecologic Cancer, Cancer Research, Human Papilloma Virus, Cancer Screening, Gynecological Exam

New Recommendation for Cervical Cancer Screening, Using HPV Test Alone

HPV testing alone is an effective alternative to current cervical cancer screening methods that use a Pap smear, or Pap smear-plus HPV test.

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Information Security, side-channel emissions, side-channel signals, Internet, Hacker

Researchers Work to Counter a New Class of Coffee Shop Hackers

If you’re sitting in a coffee shop, tapping away on your laptop, feeling safe from hackers because you didn’t connect to the shop’s wifi, think again. Hackers may be able to see what you’re doing just by analyzing the low-power electronic signals your laptop emits even when it’s not connected.

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Psychology, Sian Beilock, Mindfulness, Exercise, exercise and aging, exercise and children, Meditation, Performance Anxiety

Mind-Body Connection Not a One-Way Street

We usually think our mind is in control and telling our body what to do. But there is a lot of scientific evidence that shows the chatter between mind and body goes two ways, and the body is an integral part of how we think. In the new book How the Body Knows Its Mind, Prof. Sian Beilock provides the latest scientific evidence about the body’s influence on our psyche, drawing on work from her own laboratory and from colleagues around the world.

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Diabetes, Leukemia, Arthritis, Fatty Acid Synthase, Endocrinology, Metabolism, Obesity

Targeting Fatty Acids May Be Treatment Strategy for Arthritis, Leukemia

Enzymes linked to diabetes and obesity appear to play key roles in arthritis and leukemia, potentially opening up new avenues for treating these diverse diseases, according to researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

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Fuchs Dystrophy, Fuchs, Dmek, Eye Surgery, Corneal Transplant

First DMEK Eye Surgery Patient at University Hospitals Sees Dramatic Changes

DMEK eye surgery provides near normal vision for a patient suffering from Fuchs Endothelial Corneal Dystrophy.

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NASA Hubble Space Telescope, Advanced Camera For Surveys, Wide Field Camera 3, Andromeda, Andromeda Galaxy, M31, HST 25th anniversary

Hubble's High-Definition Panoramic View of the Andromeda Galaxy

The largest NASA Hubble Space Telescope image ever assembled, this sweeping view of the Andromeda galaxy (M31) is the sharpest large composite image ever taken of our galactic neighbor. Though the galaxy is over 2 million light-years away, the Hubble telescope is powerful enough to resolve individual stars in a 61,000-light-year-long section of the galaxy's pancake-shaped disk.

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NASA Hubble Space Telescope, 25th anniversary, Eagle Nebula, M16, Pillars Of Creation, Wide Field Camera 3, visible light, near-infrared light

Hubble Goes High Def to Revisit the Iconic ‘Pillars of Creation'

In celebration of its 25th anniversary, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has revisited the famous "Pillars of Creation" region of the Eagle Nebula (M16), providing astronomers with a sharper and wider view. As a bonus, the pillars have been photographed in near-infrared light, as well as visible light.







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