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Dejan Matlak

Monkey Embryos
April 16, 2021

Human-Monkey Embryos Spark an Ethical Debate

The recent news that researchers managed to grow human cells in monkey embryos divides the scientific community. Even though this experiment helps us understand cellular development better, some think that such inquiries are unnecessary. However, this is not the first time scientists made attempts to combine animal embryos with human…
January 5, 2021

What Vaccination Strategies are on the Table for COVID-19?

Vaccination against SARS-CoV-19 is one of the main issues in discussion since the onset of the pandemic. Thankfully, Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines are now ready to help humanity deal with the global health crisis. However, the question of who gets the vaccine and in what dose remains active. Since this…
Plastic Surgery
December 28, 2020

New Use for Platelet-rich Plasma in Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is a field of medicine that saw many advancements in the past few decades. People around the world look to plastic surgeons to help them fix their physical look. As a result, there is continuous interest in this field of medicine, among researchers and investors. The idea of…
December 1, 2020

New Research Suggests Plant-Based Diet Improves Metabolism

Can you imagine a diet that will improve your health and help you lose weight? Many contemporary dietary practices promise they can improve your quality of life. But one cannot know if they are truly helpful even if they are popular. However, researchers are hoping to close such gaps in…
November 15, 2020

Excess Consumption of Eggs May be Linked with Diabetes

How many eggs are good for you? Nutrition scientists have long been asking the question of what is the ideal measure for eating our favorite breakfast food. Although there is no conclusive answer, a new study from China reveals that eggs may increase our chance of diabetes. About the Study…
November 13, 2020

New Study Shows Coming out as a Bisexuals May Increase Risk of Smoking

A recent study shows that people from the LGBT+ community, are more likely to smoke than heterosexuals. However, a new study considers the difference between heterosexuals, homosexuals, and bisexuals and their smoking habits. Through this approach, they reveal differences in the LGBT+ community when it comes to smoking habits. About…
November 5, 2020

Fighting Stigmatization in Medicine with Art

The UK charity Sightsavers works with people that have Neglected tropical disease (NTD). The conditions in question impact the lives of more than a billion people around the world. Besides prevention, there is also an urgent need to develop effective treatment plans for people living with the diseases. A research…
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