Myocarditis and how to think about it… like a cardiologist
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Myocarditis and how to think about it… like a cardiologist

Shares There may be multiple articles on the internet that discuss myocarditis following COVID vaccination. These articles should make you aware of
Polar bears in Svalbard archipelago are inbreeding due to sea ice loss
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Polar bears in Svalbard archipelago are inbreeding due to sea ice loss

Polar bear in Svalbard archipelago Shutterstock/Ondrej Prsicky Global warming is causing Arctic ice to melt, which means archipelago-based Polar
Marine mussels are a model for improving strength, stretchiness and adhesion in hydrogels for wound healing
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Marine mussels are a model for improving strength, stretchiness and adhesion in hydrogels for wound healing

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 public domain Hydrogels are all around. Hydrogels are water-loving polymers which can absorb and retain water. They can be found
Endometriosis genetic discovery may lead to new forms of treatment
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Endometriosis genetic discovery may lead to new forms of treatment

Light micrograph of an ovary showing endometriosis Science Photo Library By targeting the gene associated with endometriosis, mice can treat symptoms
Tiny human brain grown in lab has eye-like structures that 'see' light
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Tiny human brain grown in lab has eye-like structures that 'see' light

A brain organoid equipped with eye-like optic cups Elke Gabriel A few blobs of human brain have been grown in a dish and coaxed to form rudimentary
Baltimore Ravens' Rashod Bateman to miss 'number of weeks' with soft tissue injury to leg
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Baltimore Ravens' Rashod Bateman to miss 'number of weeks' with soft tissue injury to leg

OWINGS MILLS (Md. Coach John Harbaugh announced Wednesday that Rashod Bateman, the Baltimore Ravens' first-round pick, will be out for "a few weeks"
A Woman Developed a Mass in Her Armpit After Giving Birth. Then It Started Lactating
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A Woman Developed a Mass in Her Armpit After Giving Birth. Then It Started Lactating

A number of strange body changes can be caused by childbirth, but one woman from Portugal experienced post-pregnancy symptoms that were especially
The mechanics of puncture finally explained
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The mechanics of puncture finally explained

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain Most people are familiar with the sensation of a needle puncturing skin, particularly as COVID-19 vaccines gain
Genetic immune response of Florida corals to rapidly-spreading disease
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Genetic immune response of Florida corals to rapidly-spreading disease

Great star coral colony (Montastraea cuvernosa) found on the Florida Reef Tract. Infected by stony coral tissue disease. Credit: FWC Fish and
Breakthrough in tissue engineering as 'shape memory' supports tissue growth
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Breakthrough in tissue engineering as 'shape memory' supports tissue growth

Today's research has shown the viability and safety of 3D-printed tissue structures that can be used to promote tissue regeneration after