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Health sciences – are those sciences that focus on health, or health care, as core parts of their subject matter. These two subject matters relate to multiple academic disciplines,(and as such) both STEM disciplines, as well as emerging patient safety disciplines (such as social care research), and are both relevant to health science knowledge.

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AstraZeneca Withdraws COVID-19 Vaccine Globally: The End of an Era
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies In a significant development, AstraZeneca has decided to withdraw its widely used COVID-19 vaccine globally, citing a surplus of updated vaccines that have superseded its effectiveness against newer strains of the virus. This decision, as reported by The Telegraph on Tuesday, marks the end
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Brainjacking: Unveiling the New Cybersecurity Threat in Healthcare
By José Carlos Palma* In an era where connectivity pervades every aspect of modern life, from our homes to our vehicles, the healthcare sector finds itself at the forefront of a new and alarming cybersecurity risk: Brainjacking. This emerging threat involves threat actors gaining unauthorized access to neural implants deployed
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How to Hack a Human Brain: Exploring the Intriguing Frontier of Neurotechnology
By James Mitchell* Hacking, a term commonly associated with breaching computer systems for malicious purposes, has taken on a new dimension – the human brain. While the idea may seem straight out of a science fiction novel, recent developments in neuroscience and technology are blurring the line between fiction and
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Exploring the Tapestry of Modern Psychology: Unraveling the Threads of History
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff The landscape of modern psychology is a rich tapestry woven from the threads of centuries past, where the quest to understand the human mind has journeyed through epochs of discovery and transformation. From the ancient musings of the Egyptians to the sophisticated explorations of contemporary science,
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Massachusetts Man, Recipient of First Successful Pig Kidney Transplant, Discharged from Hospital
Rick Slayman, 62, had end-stage kidney disease before he received the life-saving transplant on March 16. (Courtesy Michelle Rose/Massachusetts General Hospital) By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies  In a groundbreaking medical achievement, Rick Slayman, 62, has been discharged from Massachusetts General Hospital after becoming the first person to receive a genetically
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Advancements in Insulin Production: Harnessing Transgenic Cows
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff * In a groundbreaking development, researchers from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and the Universidade de São Paulo have achieved a significant milestone in biotechnology. An unassuming brown bovine from the south of Brazil has become the world’s first transgenic cow capable of producing human insulin
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Breakthrough in Prenatal Medicine as Scientists Grow Mini-organs from Fetal Cells
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies Breakthrough in Prenatal Medicine as Scientists Grow Miniorgans from Fetal Cells Researchers Envision New Frontiers for Monitoring and Treating Congenital Conditions In a groundbreaking achievement, scientists have successfully grown mini-organs from cells extracted from the fluid surrounding a fetus in the womb, heralding a
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Largest COVID Vaccine Study Yet Finds Links to Health Conditions
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff  In the most extensive global vaccine safety study to date, researchers have identified potential links between COVID-19 vaccines and various health conditions. The study, conducted by the Global Vaccine Data Network and published in the journal Vaccine, examined data from over 99 million vaccinated individuals across
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The Perilous Melting of Arctic Permafrost: Unleashing Ancient Viruses and Toxic Nightmares
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies As the Arctic permafrost rapidly thaws across the expansive Northern Hemisphere, a Pandora’s box of ancient viruses and industrial contaminants is opening, sparking fears of a catastrophic new pandemic. The potential release of Neanderthal viruses, dating back 430,000 years, adds an alarming dimension to
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Unveiling Ebola’s Stealth Tactics: The Creation of Tunneling Nanotubes for Intracellular Spread
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff  Introduction Viruses are notorious for their ability to adapt and find innovative ways to navigate within the human body, challenging researchers to unravel their complex strategies. A recent study conducted by scientists at the Texas Biomedical Research Institute sheds light on a new method employed by
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