A pilot study testing the feasibility of skin temperature monitoring to reduce recurrent foot ulcers in patients with diabetes – a randomized controlled trial – biomedcentral.com

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The Mind-Bending History Of Buddhism And Psychedelics – huffingtonpost.com

The history of Buddhism and of psychedelics in American culture follow a surprisingly similar trajectory from the 1950s through the present-day. But perhaps this shouldn’t come as a surprise, given

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MERS Antibodies Discovered In Dromedary Camels – huffingtonpost.com

Scientists have found signs of Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), the new coronavirus that has so far killed about half of the people infected by it, in one-humped camels

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The Chinese herb-derived Sparstolonin B suppresses HIV-1 transcription – virologyj.com

The Chines herb derived Sparstolonin B, (SsnB), is a recently identified natural compound that selectively blocks TLR2- and TLR4-mediated inflammatory signaling. But it is unknown whether this compound has any

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