Let’s be honest: menstruation is not the happiest days in a woman’s life. In addition to the mass of well-known inconveniences, almost every second person experiences pain, and severe. Of course, painkillers save you in an emergency. That’s just a tricky female body has the ability to adapt to drugs, so some ladies in a couple of years have time to try all the analgesics available at the nearest pharmacy. And in General, being dependent on drugs is not healthy and not healthy. It is good that there are people who are working on a global solution to this problem. For example, the “pain-off button” will soon go on sale these days. Continue reading
2015 was a particularly productive year for medicine. Many exciting discoveries were made, bright breakthroughs were made in medical technologies, and new applications were found for a number of existing medicines. In our review of the ten most significant medical discoveries of the past year.
1. Opening taikomochi
In 2014, the world health organization warned that the world was entering a “post-antibiotic era”. The following year, scientists discovered a new antibiotic, which was named teixobactin. Continue reading
Japanese AI has learned to detect bowel cancer.
Japanese scientists have created a medical artificial intelligence that can detect cancer in the human body in just one second. Unfortunately, so far we are talking only about bowel cancer, but scientists hope that in the future, the algorithms they created can be used to diagnose the entire human body.
In Japan, technology is reaching a new level. Continue reading