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Today’s Great News

  • Brain Damage may be reversible thanks to brain organoids
  • Spending time in nature can reduce the need for pharmaceutical drugs
  • New medical whip cream oxygenates tumors to make cancer treatment more effective
  • GMO Worms can detect air pollutants and alert us by glowing!
  • Could our microbiomes be contagious? A study says… yes!

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  • Treating Brain Damage May Be Possible Soon Thanks to Brain Organoids

    Little blobs of human brain tissue were transplanted into rats and, within three months, were shown to integrate with the surrounding rat brain tissue.

  • Spending Time in Nature Can Reduce the Need for Pharmaceutical Drugs.

    Is it possible that you can reduce or eliminate the need for pharmaceutical drugs for depression, anxiety, insomnia, high blood pressure and asthma just by spending time in green spaces?

  • New medical whip cream oxygenates tumors to make cancer treatment more effective.

    The new foam was inspired by whipping cream and it can help cancer treatment by bringing oxygen into tumors. Cancer cells thrive in a hypoxic environment where there is no oxygen. This makes tumors resistant to treatment.

  • GMO Worms Can Detect Air Pollutants And Alert Us by Glowing

    Can worms tell you if the air quality of your interior space is safe? They can… by glowing in the dark!!! Yes, it is true that genetically modified worms can glow in the dark when exposed to indoor air pollution. This was demonstrated in a study conducted by researchers from the University of Turku in…

  • Could Our Microbiomes Be Contagious? A study says yes!

    Can social interactions change your microbiome? Could our microbiomes be contagious? This study says, YES!

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