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  • Why use sponge mouth swabs in oral care

    Why use sponge mouth swabs in oral care

    The health of the teeth, the mouth, and the surrounding craniofacial structures is central to your overall health and well-being. Oral and craniofacial diseases and conditions include dental caries, periodontal diseases, oral and facial pain, and xerostomia (dry mouth), ...
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  • Clinical application of surgical foam positioners

    Clinical application of surgical foam positioners

    With the continuous development of medical device technologies, medical instruments that are used on the operating table should be innovated and updated in line with the technological needs of the times. Surgical positioning pad, a major player on the operating table, sh...
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  • What is the relationship between depression in middle age and Tau deposition?

    What is the relationship between depression in middle age and Tau deposition?

    According to a new study by researchers at UT Health San Antonio and its partner institutions, middle-aged people with depressive symptoms carry a protein called APOE. Mutations in epsilon 4 May be more likely to produce tau buildup in areas of the brain that control moo...
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  • Long-term sequelae of COVID-19

    Long-term sequelae of COVID-19

    Jennifer Mihas used to lead an active lifestyle, playing tennis and walking around Seattle. But in March 2020, she tested positive for COVID-19 and has been sick ever since. By now she was exhausted from walking hundreds of yards, and she had suffered shortness of breath...
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  • When it comes to chocolate, it’s all about timing!

    When it comes to chocolate, it’s all about timing!

    Does chocolate make you fat? There seems to be no doubt about it. As a symbol of high sugar, fat, and calories, chocolate alone sounds like enough to make a dieter run away. But now researchers at Harvard University have found that eating chocolate at the right time ever...
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