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Vitamin C Toxicity

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) plays a role in collagen, carnitine, hormone, and amino acid formation. It is essential for wound healing and facilitates recovery from burns. Vitamin C is also an antioxid...

Transforming growth factor beta TGF beta

Transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta) family members are secreted multifunctional cytokines that play pivotal roles in development and disease. The prototypic member of this family, TGF-beta, pla...

Fibroblast Growth Factors FGFs

The family of fibroblast growth factors (FGFs) regulates a plethora of developmental processes, including brain patterning, branching morphogenesis and limb development. Quite a number of FGF-R ag...

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Neurons in crows' brains signal which pictures belong together

During learning, cells in the crow brain acquire discharge patterns that associate pictures with their meaning.

One company hopes cute cat pictures will convince you to take your medicine

How can cute cat pictures influence behavior change?

Health Tip: Should I Bandage a Wound?

-- Proper wound care can promote healing and ward off infection. The American Academy of Family Physicians advises: An unbandaged wound typically stays more dry and heals more quickly. Wounds that ma...

Collaboration platforms move beyond image capture and sharing

SOURCE May 14, 2015 | Eric Wicklund – Editor, mHealthNews A picture imay be worth a thousand words but in medicine doctors need those words as well. And more pictures. If you’re a hea...

HMP Holdings Launches Why Wound Care?™

Malvern, PA (PRWEB) June 25, 2015 TWEET THIS: Why Wound Care?™ Launched to Educate #Student #Nurses About the Need & Opport...

Pictures meant to challenge notions of youth homelessness

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - When people read his story and see pictures of him throughout New York City, 25-year-old Derrick Cobb hopes it will change their perception of youth homelessness.

Surgical Wound Closure in Orthopaedic Surgery

This article discusses various wound closure strategies to optimize wound healing after orthopaedic surgical procedures. Current Orthopaedic Practice

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Different Timing Features in Brain Processing of Core and Moral Disgust Pictures: An Event-Related Potentials Study.

Disgust, an emotion motivating withdrawal from offensive stimuli, protects us from the risk of biological pathogens and sociomoral violations. Homogeneity of its two types, namely, core and moral disg...

Chronic wound bed preparation using a cleansing solution.

Chronic wound management remains challenging in clinical practice, especially in the presence of bacterial bioburden and slough. To resolve these clinical challenges, it is essential clinicians implem...

Healing of donor-site buccal mucosa urethroplasty.

Buccal mucosal graft represents the gold standard graft material for urethroplasty due to its thick epithelium and a thin lamina propria for maximal graft uptake. There is ongoing debate whether to cl...

Preparation of hydrogel embedded polymer-growth factor conjugated nanoparticles as a diabetic wound dressing.

Growth factors act in an integrated manner to promote the wound-healing process. However, probably due to early inactivation of these molecules in the wound site, their topical administration scarcely...

The evolution of negative pressure wound therapy: negative pressure wound therapy with instillation.

Complex wounds pose a considerable burden to patients and the health-care system. The development of negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) has revolutionised the treatment of these wounds. NPWT helps...

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