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- Hypobaric Treatments Proposed for Cardiac Patients (patent pending)
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Author Archives: RAAckerman@Cerebrations.biz
We know that exercise provides both physical and emotional improvement. We can reduce our girth and aggression; but it can help treat and improve the lives of breast cancer survivors, Parkinson’s Disease sufferers, dialysis patients, and those with autoimmune diseases. Continue reading
Raman spectroscopy is especially useful when monitoring composition of hydroxyapatite in certain tissues. Researchers presented results for osteoporosis monitoring and treatment; breast, stomach, and cervical cancer detection, and dental caries detection and treatment at the annual ICORS conference. Continue reading
Researchers from Children’s Hospital, Harvard, MIT, and Boston University have developed a new method to convert somatic cells (in this case, skin cells) into pluripotent stem cells. These cells seem to be identical in action and capabilities to embryonic stem cells. Continue reading
Whether in a shop, on the train (or subway), or on the street, overheard cell phone conversations seem to grate upon us. It turns out that these “halfalogues” are, indeed, much more distracting that overhearing the entire conversation. Continue reading
It’s October. Time for the Baseball Playoffs and World Series. Time for slight injuries that occurred over the season to be magnified into the disabling ofpitchers and batters. Enter a new system to accurately monitor and, thereby, preclude these problems. Continue reading
This blog is different from my other blogs. Micheal Bloomberg earlier this week said that 10% of all the new private employment this year arose within New York City. While that may be wonderful (and it is) for New York- it is abysmal for the rest of America. We need to take action. Continue reading
New research indicates that the more religious we are, the less drawn we are to branded products. Continue reading
Pharmaceutical development is beginning to employ tissues derived from pluripotent stem cells. This affords a more rapid and safer approach to determining potential deleterious effects resulting form the administration of the new therapies. Continue reading
Over the past 15 years of so, Gerard Karsenty has been investigating the interactions between osteocalcin (bone metabolism regulator) and energy metabolism (specifically related to diabetes-affected mice). The mechanism is clear (for mice), but operates on a longer-time basis than the normal insulin-glucose-energy metabolism cycles. Continue reading
When I was organizing (ok, dreaming up) my professional career, I made a decision that I needed to develop two new products or processes every single year. Not a running average- a minimum. If I failed to do so, it … Continue reading