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Four New Technologies in Health Monitoring

You need to know a scary statistic: about one-in-three Americans have prediabetes, and 80% of these people don’t know they have it. It’s a scary thought that can have real consequences if left unchecked. But there is some good news. With the advent of new technologies, health monitoring is becoming more accessible and more effective. …

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Myths and Facts About Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism spectrum disorder, also known as ASD, is a neurodevelopmental disorder that can cause significant communication, social, and behavioral difficulties. Individuals with ASD may be susceptible to certain sensory inputs, such as sounds or lights. They may also have repetitive behaviors or interests and unusual ways of relating to others. There is no one “type” …

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Glycolysis Basics: Where it Occurs and How it Works

Cells produce energy by breaking down macromolecules. This is a biochemical process called respiration, which involves the conversion of “food energy” into chemical energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). The first step of this intricate and tightly regulated process is called glycolysis.  There is much to learn about this complex process.  What is …

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