Scientists have created a new breed of tiny medical microbots that they hope can mimic bacteria as it enters the body.
There are blood diseases that are delicate and too risky to operate on. With the help of medical microbots, scientists aim to precisely deliver drugs by having the small robots swim through the bloodstream to target certain areas.
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Evolutionary biologist and atheist author Richard Dawkins has split from his wife, "Dr. Who" actress Lalla Ward, after 24 years of marriage, but has decided to keep the details of their divorce under wraps.
"Our marriage, like everyone's, is a private matter and we are not prepared to share any details. Suffice to say it is true that we recently separated entirely amicably," Dawkins and Ward announced in a joint statement shared with the Sunday Times.
"Obviously, this remains a difficult time, one which we simply will not discuss any further publicly. We would, however, like to stress that we shall always be friends and that we will, of course, continue to work together," they added. more >>
New research found that Azithromycin is slowly becoming resistant to gonorrhea infection, the second most commonly reported sexually transmitted infection in the United States.
With this, it may cause 10 million deaths a year from antimicrobial resistance which has brought worries to the public prompting them to ask, what other alternatives are availble and safe for the people.
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Broadcasted live on Facebook, Prince Harry of Wales went on an HIV test on Thursday, July 14 at Guys and St. Thomas Hospital.
Prince Harry, Anxious on Being Tested
On Thursday, Prince Harry had himself tested for HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) which was broadcasted on Facebook. "Even though I'm not from this part of London, or being the person that I am and the people that I ended up being around, I'm sitting here and I'm still nervous," he stated. This was done to help "destigmatize the disease and the testing process." more >>
It's important for people to help support the elderly and the helpless, said evangelist the Rev. Billy Graham.
In an advice column published Friday, Rev. Graham was asked by a person who works at a nursing home why people tend to not visit their elders.
"I've worked in a nursing home for almost 20 years, and the hardest part of my job is watching people dump their relatives here and then never come back to visit them. Why are people so insensitive? Even if someone has dementia they still deserve our love, don't they?" inquired the person. more >>
Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is trailing his Democratic contender Hillary Clinton in support among Hispanic registered voters, but Clinton is nearly statistically tied to Trump if the margin of error is taken into account among English-dominant Hispanics, according to a new poll by Pew Research.
Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, has a 66 percent to 24 percent advantage over Trump among Hispanic registered voters, but her Republican rival Trump is almost even with her among English-dominant speakers with 41 percent support, compared to her 48 percent, when the margin of error of 6.7 percent is taken into account, the poll found, which means they are statistically even.
Before the 2012 election, the then Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney had the support of 21 percent Hispanic voters, and in 2008, the then GOP candidate Sen. John McCain had 23 percent support. more >>