During the past week we’ve discussed a number of great links; on Facebook, Twitter, in The Daily ‘Paper’ and so on. Here are a few of my favourites.
- Testing Coronavirus Blood Transfusion Therapy : The ‘Convalescent serum’ approach has a lot of value – both as a therapy and protection of those on the front line – and it’s wonderful to see it being tested so soon.
- 3D-Printing Of Medical Equipment : This is currently aimed at the coronavirus pandemic, though it has very broad potential beyond that. For both urban and remote medical emergencies.
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- The Incredible Potential Of Mitochondrial Transplants : As the basis of therapies for various cardiovascular, neurodegenerative, and metabolic diseases.
- Rejuvenating Human Cells : Partially rewinding the epigenetic aging clock.
- Rapid, In-Clinic Testing for COVID-19 : A relatively quick (5-13min) coronavirus test which can be performed directly by the treating physician, rather than sending it away. Fantastic.
We also talked about The training/tryout/age-related impacts of delaying the Olympics for a year, Long-term benefits of the current intense focus on healthcare and a whole lot more. Keep up with the World of Health & Fitness on this site, and in the Straight to the Bar pages on Facebook, Twitter and in The Daily ‘Paper’. Absolutely free.
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