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High Technology Medical Gadgets

A microchip which could power a bionic eye and its system consists of a pair of glasses which is equipped with a camera that simulates a retina as well as a processor and then they convert those images into electrical signals which can be sent to the brain through the microchip. An electrical stimulator could let patients flip the off switch on migraines and the gadget emits the electrical signals which heads off the pain messages sent to the brain implanted under the skin and this device stimulates the occipital nerve which connects with the parts of the skull that are pain sensitive.

A major blood clot typically requires a surgery by the scalpel and a tiny injectable device could be sent through the blood stream to fix the problem incision free. An edible sensor is a device which can be swallowed in the capsule and is activated by the stomach fluid and sends some signals to a doctor the time of ingestion as well as other vitals such as the heart rate. A bandage with a microvascular stamp is a smattering of the living cells which delivers the growth factors to the damaged tissues. It could also eventually help patients with severe injuries rebuild the entire vascular networks by controlling the spacing of the new blood vessels.

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Exposure of Radiation – Gary Ferone

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Radiation is a form of energy in waves which exists on a spectrum with low frequency radiation from radio waves as well as microwaves on the low end and which also exists on a spectrum with high frequency radiation from gamma rays as well as x rays on the high end. The lower the frequency radiation of the waves and the lower the exposure, the less dangerous it is but all the radiation affects the cells in our bodies to some extent. Some sources of the environmental radiation include radon gas in the home, mineral potassium in the body, radiation from outer space, radioactive compounds in soil and building materials, etc.

It is well established that the exposure to the large amounts of radiation at once can also cause acute sickness as well as even cancer. There are some enzyme systems in the body which repair damages from these low levels of background radiation but even small levels of these radiation exposure may impact cancer risks later in life. Some other various sources of the radiation exposure includes abdominal CT scan, living in Denver, mammogram, living at sea level, chest x ray, smoking, living within 50 miles of a nuclear power plant, dental x ray, banana, etc.

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Best Medicine: Laughter

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Laughter strengthens one’s immune system, boosts energy, diminishes pain, triggers some healthy physical changes in the body as well as protects from the damaging effects of stress and it is also a very powerful antidote to stress, pain and conflict. Laughter lightens your burdens, inspires hopes, connects to others and keeps you grounded, focused and alert and nothing works faster or more dependably to bring one’s mind and body back into the balance than a good laugh. The ability to laugh easily and frequently is a tremendous resource for surmounting problems, enhancing your relationships as well as supporting both physical and emotional health with so much power to heal and renew.

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Laughter is good for your health, relaxes the whole body, triggers the release of endorphins, protects the heart, etc. There are some physical health’s benefits of laughter are:
–          Boosts immunity
–          Lowers stress hormones
–          Decreases pain
–          Relaxes your muscles
–          Prevents heart disease
There are some mental health’s benefits of laughter are:
–          Adds joy and zest to life
–          Eases anxiety and fear
–          Relieves stress
–          Improves mood
–          Enhances resilience
There are some social health’s benefits of laughter are:
–          Strengthens relationships
–          Attracts others to us
–          Enhances teamwork
–          Helps defuse conflict
–          Promotes group bonding