Healthcare

The Crown has conspired with the medical industry to ensnare us in a web of control and dependency. To avoid their notions and potions it is essential to take responsibility for our own health, and pursue sound medical science.

Engineered Stem Cells repaired spinal cords in 5 out of 12 Rats

Engineered human stem cells have been used to enable paraplegic rats to walk independently and regain sensory perception. The implanted rats had some healing in their spinal cords.

AI will allow humans to 'communicate via TELEPATHY'

HUMANS may soon be able to communicate without speaking a word as a leading tech company develops "brain augmentation".

Humans 2.0: meet the entrepreneur who wants to put a chip in your brain

Bryan Johnson's company, Kernel, aims to improve mental function and treat disorders by creating a brain interface

Nanoparticles detect and track cancer months before traditional imaging techniques

A team from Rutgers University has devised a ground-breaking new method for detecting tiny cancerous tumors. Using light-emitting nanoparticles the technique can accurately identify and track early-stage tumors months before they grow large enough to

Oisin Biotechnologies

Oisin Biotechnologies is one of five companies that were spun out of SENS life extension project so far.

The Sugar Conspiracy

An explosive new study in the PLOS Biology journal confirms three things that independent health researchers have been saying for years:

Advancing beyond gauze and pirate eye patches to protect injured eyes

USC scientists and engineers develop an on-the-spot, temperature-sensitive gel that could seal eye injuries on the battlefield.

CRISPR-Cas9 technique targeting epigenetics reverses disease in mice

Scientists report a modified CRISPR-Cas9 technique that alters the activity, rather than the underlying sequence, of disease-associated genes. The researchers demonstrate that this technique can be used in mice to treat several different diseases.

This Is What The First Soft Artificial Heart Looks Like

MIAMI (CBSMiami) -- Scientists have created the world's first soft artificial beating heart.

Are exoskeletons the future of physical labor?

Ford and others are experimenting with wearable robotics

A Natural Pain Killer More Effective Than Morphine

At The Scripps Research Institute in Florida, researchers have undertaken a study of Tabernaemontana divaricata, also known as crepe jasmine, a tropical flowering plant that has long been used in traditional medicine in China, India and Thailand. Nat

A Smarter Person's Brain Is Simply Wired Better, Study Finds

Brainiacs happen to have thinking organs that are physically designed to outperform, a new study finds.

Amputees can learn to control a robotic arm with their minds

Neuroscientists have shown how amputees can learn to control a robotic arm through electrodes implanted in the brain. The research details changes that take place in both sides of the brain used to control the amputated limb and the remaining, intact

Nanoparticles home in on cancer stem cells in promising new therapy

Nanoparticle drug delivery systems are a hot area in medical research at the moment.

Personal CRISPR genetic experimentation

Tristan Roberts is injecting himself with a previously an untested, experimental gene therapy.

Tissue engineering, replacement organs and regenerative medicine are getting friendlier regulations

The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) is rolling out a new "regulatory framework" aimed at encouraging and speeding legitimate development of regenerative therapies.

Bodies Needed: Head Transplants About To Happen In China

Technocrat surgeons will need a supply of healthy, living bodies for those whose head and brain are intact but bodies are unusable. China has few ethical or legal restrictions on anything to do with science and technology. ? TN Editor

CRISPR muscle boosting gene therapy at few thousand dollars per year will go mainstream

Josiah Zayner is CEO of the biohacking-promoting startup The Odin.

World's first human head transplant a success, controversial scientist claims

The world's first human head transplant has been carried out on a corpse in China in an 18-hour operation that showed it was possible to successfully reconnect the spine, nerves and blood vessels.

Brain implant boosts human memory by mimicking how we learn

A "memory prosthesis" brain implant has enhanced human memory for the first time.

Regeneration of the entire human skin using transgenic stem cells

Epidermolysis bullosais is rare, but the charity DEBRA, which campaigns for EB patients, estimates half a million people are affected around the world.

Old human cells rejuvenated in breakthrough discovery on aging

A new way to rejuvenate old cells in the laboratory, making them not only look younger, but start to behave more like young cells, has been discovered by researchers at the Universities of Exeter and Brighton.

SUPERHUMANS: Chips inserted in brains will give us MIND-BLOWING abilities within years

SUPER HUMANS could exist in just 15 years thanks to a computer chip inserted into the brain to unlock the mankind's full potential.

Breakthrough Gel for growing large quantities of neural stem cells

There is a solution to the dual challenges of growing and preserving neural stem cells in a state where they are still able to mature into many different cell types.

Extending Healthy Human Lifespan is Near

In 2014, Life Extension Advocacy Foundation was established to promote increased healthy human lifespan through fiscally sponsoring longevity research projects and raising awareness regarding the societal benefits of life extension.

Blizzident promises one bite flossing

The American Dental Association, like many oral hygiene bodies around the globe, recommends cleaning between teeth at least once per day. Generally, this is done using a strand of dental floss to get into the small gaps that toothbrushes just can't r

Artificial Intelligence Is Putting Ultrasound on Your Phone

If Jonathan Rothberg has a superpower, it's cramming million-dollar, mainframe-sized machines onto single semiconductor circuit boards.

Blood plasma infusions from young donors improves functional ability for Alzheimers

Stanford University School of Medicine investigators have reported success in an early-phase clinical trial examining the safety, tolerability and feasibility of administering infusions of blood plasma from young donors to participants with mild to m

The Amish, who don't get vaccinated, rarely get autism, cancer, or heart disease – coincidence?

Do not talk about whether vaccines work or not, or whether or not they cause autism, unless you're ready for a very heated debate.

How this couple earns a six figure annual income with 1.5 acres of land

(Natural News) Can small-scale farming in the modern age really generate enough income for the average family to make an honest living?

Health Ranger to announce lab verification and product certification service ...

for CBD oils and non-THC hemp extracts...(Natural News) Coming in early 2018, I will be announcing a commercial lab verification service that will allow CBD oil and dietary supplement companies to place "Lab Verified" labels on their products and

Controversial Body Transplant Procedure waiting for the right donor

Sergio Canavero set up a team to carry out head transplant (body transplant) procedure in China, working with Xiao-Ping Ren, an orthopaedic surgeon at Harbin Medical University who helped with one of the first hand transplants, in 1999.

When There is No Doctor:

11 Medicinal Herbs To Help You Ease Pain Naturally

Vigorous Hair Growth from stem cells could treat baldness

USC researchers have grown hair follicles from skin cells reproduced in vitro in the lab.

Emma the robot masseuse gets to work in Singapore

A robot masseuse named Emma is offering high-tech back rubs with a gigantic metal arm and warm silicone tips.

Scientists Are Racing to Create Synthetic Blood in the Wake of Mass Tragedies

The Las Vegas shooting is the latest reminder that human blood isn't enough for massive, unexpected transfusions.

Ancient Viruses Are Buried in Your DNA

In July, scientists reported that a strange protein courses through the veins of pregnant women. No one is sure what it's there for.

Researchers Connect Human Brain To Internet For The First Time In History

"Brainternet" was created by two fourth year students at a university in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Synthetic DNA coverts stem cells to heart muscle is potential tissue regeneration treatment

A newly discovered DNA-targeting molecule could inspire the first tissue regeneration therapies. The synthetic molecule can cause stem cells to transform into heart muscle cells.

Nerve Implant 'Restores Consciousness' To Man In Persistent Vegetative State

Stimulation of the vagus nerve allows patient who had been in a persistent vegetative state for 15 years to track objects with his eyes and respond to simple requests

Dental Surgery Robot Fits Implants Without Human Touch

Medical robots driven by data and AI are coming for doctors, surgeons and dentists. One day, such procedures will be totally automated and overseen only by lower-skilled technicians. Displaced doctors will not be pleased with the Universal Basic Inco

Human skin cells transformed directly into motor neurons

Scientists have converted skin cells from healthy adults directly into motor neurons without going through a stem cell state.

PENPOINTING CANCERNew handheld 'pen' allows surgeons to detect cancer in 10 SECONDS..

- making sure they remove all trace of diseaseTests found the tool took just 10 seconds to provide a diagnosis and was more than 96 per cent accurate

AI computer chips made of mice neurons that can SMELL explosives could transform...

AI computer chips made of mice neurons that can SMELL explosives could transform airport security

Neuralink could get up to $100 million for high bandwidth brain computer interface

Elon Musk's Neuralink will invest $100 million on a high bandwidth brain computer interface.

Superbrains Getting Closer?

Musk 'Lines up $100m' to Fund Neuralink Brain-Computer Interface

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