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    A DNA analysis of cervical cells taken from routine smear tests could identify people who might benefit from additional screening for ovarian cancer

    Normal cervix cells from a smear test viewed under the microscope Science Source/SCIEN

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  • Close contacts of PH’s 1st Omicron subvariant case show no symptoms | Inquirer News

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    MANILA, Philippines — All close contacts of the country’s first case of the BA.2.12 Omicron subvariant have so far not manifested any COVID-19 symptoms, the Department of Health (DOH) said Monday.

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    Photographer and YouTuber Arthur R recently received several comments from viewers about how he didn’t use a body cap to protect his camera sensor from dust. In response, he decided to do some tests to find out how durable and scratch-proof sensors actually are. No, Arthur did

  • What to Do if Your Android Phone's Proximity Sensor Stops Working

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    If your phone's proximity sensor stops working it can lead to pocket dials or face unlock fails. Here's how you can fix it.

    Our smartphones comprise a lot of parts that work in unison to offer us the comfortable experience we take for granted. The proximity sensor helps streamline a lot

  • Study: 3D-printed nasal swabs as good as commercial swabs for COVID-19 testing - Medical Design and Outsourcing

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    Investigators in a multisite clinical trial have found that 3D-printed alternative nasal swabs work as well, and safely, as the standard synthetic flocked nasal swabs in testing for COVID-19.

    Results of the study by the Univers

  • What’s With All the Viruses?

    by admin on 2022-05-28 23:46:17

    How satirical is it that as soon as COVID-19 fades to an endemic level, outbreaks of two rare viruses make themselves known—one related to a virus the United States wiped out in 1972 thanks to the success of vaccination. 

    While monkeypox and adenovirus are not as concerning or

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    NEW YORK (AP) — Health officials remain perplexed by mysterious cases of severe liver damage in hundreds of young children around the world.

    The best available evidence points to a fairly common stomach bug that isn’t known to cause liver problems in otherwise healthy kids. That viru

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