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.
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Agência Brasil - The United Nations (UN) has warned that in order to combat the Zika virus, countries need to improve basic sanitation. The organization said that 100 million people currently live without access to adequate sanitation systems in Latin America and 70 million have no running water. The document highlights that when people do not have sanitation services, they tend to store insecure way, which favors the proliferation of mosquitoes.
For those who suffer from the fear of needles, being vaccinated or taking an injection is almost a nightmare. However, each day we approach a scenario where the needles no longer have. A creation of American researchers at the National Institute of Health and together with the Georgia Institute of Technology promises to make a lot of people celebrate: a simple adhesive, easy to use and as efficient as a needle (but without the pain and discomfort) .
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