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RosBusiness (Russian) 05/24/2019 00:35
В городе Райфорд во Флориде казнили одного из самых известных серийных убийц штата Роберта Бобби Джо Лонга. Об этом сообщает Reuters. 65-летнего преступника казнили с помощью ввода смертельной ...
О плановых отключениях сообщает поставщик услуги. В частности, в связи с проведением плановых работ временно обесточенными окажутся жильцы домов, расположенных по следующим адресам. Буюканы: Ливиу Деляну, 9/1, – с 10.00 до 13.00. Чеканы: Алчедар, 1, 2A, 4, А. Избаш, 1-47, 14-40, Арионешть, 2, 2A, 4, 6, Колоница, 1-7, 2-4, 74-190, 77-175, переулок Колоница, 1, 2, 3, […]
SvD (Sweden) 05/24/2019 00:27
Filmregissören och spelskaparen Josef Fares spel "Brothers: A tale of two sons" släpps till Nintendos Switch. Spelet handlar om två bröder som ger sig ut på äventyr för att hitta ett botemedel till sin sjuke far, där de två bröderna kontrollerats med tummen via varsin styrspak på handkontrollen. Nytt i versionen är möjligheten för två personer a...
VisionMonday 05/24/2019 00:27
CHICAGO— Prevent Blindness has declared June as Cataract Awareness Month to educate the public on risk factors, symptoms and treatment options. More than 25 million Americans are estimated to have cataract, a clouding of the eye's lens, which blocks or changes the passage of light into the eye. Most cataracts are caused by changes related to aging. However, other factors may cause cataracts to form including eye infections, some medicines (such as steroids), and injuries. Prolonged exposure to UV, and various diseases, such as diabetes or metabolic disorders, may also contribute to cataracts forming.
VisionMonday 05/24/2019 00:25
A new biomaterial adhesive gel developed at Massachusetts Eye and Ear and Harvard Medical School could reduce the need for surgery to repair injuries to the cornea.The technology, known as GelCORE (gel for corneal regeneration) was detailed in the March issue of Science Advances under the title of "Sutureless repair of corneal injuries using naturally derived bioadhesive hydrogels."

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