Nanodiamonds can help treat mouth-related diseases
When it comes to diamonds, size may not matter. P>
Scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles have discovered that diamonds much smaller than those used in jewelry are invisible to the human eye - could be used to stimulate bone growth, treat oral diseases and improve dental implant fixation.
Continue reading on Colgate's website.
A study done by the University Drexel, in the United States, has revealed the four corners of his kitchen where bacteria accumulate: refrigerator, dishwasher sponge, sink and chopping board. However, with some care it is possible to keep everything very clean and away from these microorganisms. Who teaches to take care of this environment of the house is the biomedical and microbiologist Roberto Figueiredo, the famous Dr.
Was defined by experts as a possible revolution in the treatment of degenerative brain diseases. The first study, conducted by researchers at the Institute of Biological Sciences in Shanghai, China, took samples of patients with Alzheimer's and modified them so that they turned off the gene from skin cells and activated the genes typical of neural cells.
- Last goodbye: in hospital, dog says goodbye to terminal owner
- Tips for achieving calmer breastfeeding
- Giovanna Ewbank reveals how she discovered endometriosis: "She was very uncomfortable"
- Simple care guarantees the health of the hair during the summer
- Fish consumption may help relieve rheumatoid arthritis