The Cyborg Medicine of Tomorrow Is Inside the Veteran of Today
Super strong mechanical appendages and brain implants are common fixtures of a science-fictional future. More and more, American veterans are arriving at that future before the rest of us. As a result of military-funded programs, vets are becoming the research platform for cybernetic technologies that are decades beyond commercial state of the art and that could one day elevate humanity beyond its natural biological limitations.
Nobel Prize Winner for Medicine: People Without Symptoms Or Fever May Still Spread Ebola
A study in the prestigious journal Lancet published in 2000 found that some people can carry Ebola without showing any symptoms. The largest study on the current Ebola outbreak – sponsored by the World Health Organization – found that 13% of those infected with Ebola never had a fever. Today, NJ.