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Monday, December 14, 2015

Health Research: Possibility to Completely Restore Human Bones ♦ Neural stimulation offers treatment for 'dry eye' ♦ Weight recovery in children with multiple risk factors

Intensive training affects the sleep, performance and mood of athletes, but more carbs may help Getting enough sleep is an essential part of any athlete’s training program, but a new study reveals intensive bouts of exercise can make it hard to get 40 winks. Suspecting that intense exercise can lead to sleep disturbance, scientists studied the effects of two nine day periods of heavy training on 13 highly trained cyclists.
Possibility to Completely Restore Human Bones Biomedical startup company Biom? is offering a synthetic bone equivalent used for bone restoration operations in odontology. The bone equivalent Cell'in is made from cellulose/hydroxyapatite composite. The analogical products in global market are usually created on the basis of synthetic polymers.
Neural stimulation offers treatment for 'dry eye' Scientists have developed a device that electronically stimulates tear production, which will offer hope to sufferers of dry eye syndrome, one of the most common eye diseases in the world.
Earlier intervention leads to better weight recovery in children with multiple risk factors for weight falteringYoung children who are underweight experienced greater weight recovery the earlier an intervention was started, and the recovery was more significant in children with multiple household risk factors

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