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Using Machine Learning to Improve Breast Cancer Detection

February 12, 2020

After decades of replications, the human genome begins to deteriorate, and mutations are introduced into cells that transform them into malignant cancer tumors. As the lifespan of humans steadily increases due to improvements in medicine, so to do the chances … Continued

Is There a Link Between Intelligence and Depression?

February 12, 2020

Recent studies show that there is a correlation between intelligence and psychological/physiological disorders. Ruth Karpinski and other researchers at Pitzer College found that people with a higher IQ tend to have overexcitabilities (heightened response to stimuli), causing them to feel … Continued

Bee Venom on Alleviating Chronic Pain

February 12, 2020

In the US alone, over 20.4% of all adults suffer from a form of chronic pain (CDC 2018). When treating chronic pain, many modern medications can reduce pain sensations; however, they also come with serious side effects that lead to … Continued

Insomnia: Finding the Cause

February 12, 2020

Nowadays, Insomnia is becoming a very common problem among people of all ages. In the past, elderly people have struggled with sleep disorders, but now we are concerned with the young population (Johnson 2018). In recent years, under the heavy … Continued

Resistance Proof Antibiotic Mechanism Found

February 12, 2020

Resistance Proof Antibiotic Mechanism Found In an increasingly global society, fears of superbugs appear more salient than ever. One German study, for example, found that of the 187 E. coli strains examined from five different airports, ninety percent were resistant to … Continued