Monday, September 16, 2019

Scott Bloomer

Scott Bloomer
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https://www.myhealthyclick.com
Scott has been working as a professional science writer for My Healthy Click. He specializes in health care and medical-related topics, including disease, medicine, nutrition, fitness, pharmacology, wellness, public health, and patient education. Because of his educational background, he is quite conversant in the areas of science and technology as well. Though health and science are Scott’s primary areas of expertise, he enjoys learning new things and is happy to engage in independent research to prepare for a news article.

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Researchers from the University of Manchester have been able to find a new strategy that could help treat cancer hair loss or hair loss caused by cytotoxic agents such as taxanes that are used in chemotherapy for treating cancer. They say a new class of drugs called CDK4/6 inhibitors could halt cell division in hair follicles in the scalp, preventing hair loss.
CanaQuest Medical Corp has received a license to purchase and sell cannabis along with a provision to apply for import/export permits under the Health...
In an attempt to help Aussies fall asleep, IKEA has launched a live-streaming Slow TV Channel that creates a better sleep environment. The channel mixes the soothing sound of waves crashing the stern of the ship with the narration of nautical journey by their Sleep Podcast hosts – Kent and Sara Erikson.
Google Doodle pays tribute to Hans Christian Gram, who was a renowned microbiologist, on his 166th birth anniversary. He has been known for his pioneering work in developing a staining technique called “Grain stain,” which helps identify and classify bacteria into Gram-positive and Gram-negative.
On Wednesday, in the Oval Office conference, President Trump said his administration would consider a ban on non-tobacco flavored vaping products. However, the editor-in-chief of Kaiser Health News said that it would take time and it is a long way off to implement such a ban because companies developing e-cigarettes may protest.

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