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Strong free-electron lasers can be used to break down amyloid protein aggregates

Strong free-electron lasers can be used to break down amyloid protein aggregates

Electromagnetic fields may prevent spread of breast cancer cells, study finds

Electromagnetic fields may prevent spread of breast cancer cells, study finds

Small biodegradable implant for releasing local anesthetic inside the body

Small biodegradable implant for releasing local anesthetic inside the body

Scientists study how mobile phones can be used to fight Alzheimer’s disease

Scientists study how mobile phones can be used to fight Alzheimer’s disease

Treatment can effectively improve quality of life for people with hyperhidrosis

Treatment can effectively improve quality of life for people with hyperhidrosis

Experts discuss 5G health risks as network switches on in the UK

Experts discuss 5G health risks as network switches on in the UK

Wear protective clothing to reduce the risk of skin damage from sun's UV rays

Wear protective clothing to reduce the risk of skin damage from sun's UV rays

Scientists create model to find ways to improve characteristics of human body communication

Scientists create model to find ways to improve characteristics of human body communication

Super-Resolution Raman Imaging with Plasmonic Substrates

Super-Resolution Raman Imaging with Plasmonic Substrates

Blink and you miss it: Imaging single cells travelling at the speed of Usain Bolt

Blink and you miss it: Imaging single cells travelling at the speed of Usain Bolt

New targeted therapy using radio waves blocks growth of liver cancer cells, study shows

New targeted therapy using radio waves blocks growth of liver cancer cells, study shows

Breakthrough method could be useful for proton therapy and other applications

Breakthrough method could be useful for proton therapy and other applications

Promising radioisotope couple for cancer diagnosis and therapy

Promising radioisotope couple for cancer diagnosis and therapy

FDA authorizes marketing of first medical device to treat ADHD

FDA authorizes marketing of first medical device to treat ADHD

WiFi may interact with signaling pathways in the brain, causing irreversible damage

WiFi may interact with signaling pathways in the brain, causing irreversible damage

Powerful ultra-high-field MRIs for early disease detection

Powerful ultra-high-field MRIs for early disease detection

Study shows effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on osteoblast precursor cells

Study shows effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on osteoblast precursor cells

Evidence of magnetoreception in humans suggests subconscious ability to respond to Earth’s magnetic field

Evidence of magnetoreception in humans suggests subconscious ability to respond to Earth’s magnetic field

Harmless purple bacteria can visualize aspects of tumor heterogeneity

Harmless purple bacteria can visualize aspects of tumor heterogeneity

Wireless earphones shown to be source of carcinogenic radiation

Wireless earphones shown to be source of carcinogenic radiation