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Green tea is often prized for its health benefits but a recent study published in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics has found that the flavonoids contained in green tea may prevent the absorption and effectivity of blood pressure medication, the Los Angeles Times reports. Researchers recruited 10...
A new entry in NPR’s Shots blog reports on a study in Science Translational Medicine in which a new biodegradable superglue has been developed as the potential future of cardiac repair surgeries. Current adhesives used in surgical repair are purely for external use and harden upon contact with water...
Sleep apnea disrupts normal sleep by blocking airway pathways and obstructing breathing but, currently, the standard treatment involves an uncomfortable mask worn at night which 46 to 83 percent of sleep apnea patients do not wear diligently The New York Times’ Well blog reports. A new chest implant...