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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Health Research:Biodegradable implant could help heal broken bones ♦ Driving with glaucoma? ♦ Multi-tasking flu vaccine could provide better protection against outbreaks

New studies show Nobel Prize-winning drug that knocks out parasitic worms could have second act fighting malaria A workhorse of a drug that a few weeks ago earned its developers a Nobel prize for its success in treating multiple tropical diseases is showing early promise as a novel and desperately needed tool for interrupting malaria transmission.
Biodegradable implant could help heal broken bones A plastic created from cornstarch combined with a volcanic ash compound could help heal broken bones, say scientists, adding that using a synthetic material will likely lead to a reduction in the surgery complication rate. The patient will only need to heal from one surgery because harvesting bone would not be necessary
Driving with glaucoma? Some patients increase scanning to adapt for impaired vision Some people with glaucoma-related binocular (both eyes) vision loss can pass a standard driving test by adopting increased visual scanning behavior..
Multi-tasking flu vaccine could provide better protection against outbreaks Researchers have found a way to boost the effectiveness and cross-protective capabilities of an influenza A vaccine by adding a simple component. The research in mice could lead to better seasonal flu vaccines for humans, and also vaccines that could provide community protection in the early stages of an outbreak of a novel flu virus strain.    

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