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3D-Printed Respirator Valves Exemplify Hospital-Based Robotics

By Jonny Lupsha, News Writer | Mar 23, 2020

Local manufacturers in Italy are 3D printing vital hospital equipment, FastCompany reported. With supplies running out, stocks of respirator valves have been replenished by good Samaritans in the north of the country. Medicine and robots continue to merge in exciting ways. […]

U.S. and WORLD NEWS

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Grocery Store Throws Out $35,000 of Food, Woman Deliberately Coughed on It

By Jonny Lupsha, News Writer | Apr 3, 2020

A supermarket lost $35,000 worth of food after a woman coughed on it on purpose, “The Washington Post” reported. Food in the produce, meat, and bakery sections of the Pennsylvania grocer had to be completely thrown away. What misconceptions surround germs and hygiene? […]

HEALTH and LIFESTYLE

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Train Your Brain and Your Taste Buds to Crave Healthy Foods

By Kate Findley | Apr 5, 2020

Have you ever wished that when you were hungry, you craved carrots instead of cookies and chips? As it turns out, you can train your brain to crave healthy foods, as Peter M. Vishton, Ph.D., explains. […]