A pretest risk stratification enhanced by ultrasound of lung and venous performs better than Wells score in the early diagnostic process of pulmonary embolism (PE). That is the main finding of a study to be published in the March 2017 issue of Academic Emergency Medicine (AEM), a journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. […]
MIT and Brigham and Women’s Hospital researchers have demonstrated that they can deliver strands of RNA efficiently to colon cells, using bursts of ultrasound waves that propel the RNA into the cells. Using this approach, the researchers dramatically turned down the production of a protein involved in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), in mice. This article […]
As a companion piece to the Just The Facts, Vol. II: The Tuning Conundrum article, we thought you would enjoy this fun video. Do you prefer A 440 or A 432? Take this simple test to help find out! Listen in a relaxed, unbiased way and take note of which sounds you like better. This article was originally […]
In our last “Just The Facts”, we addressed the fact that the frequency for the keynote of “A” as utilized in orchestras as a means to tune up has varied immensely through the last few hundred years. This has not taken into consideration what the note “A” may have been in millennium before that since […]
This center conducts research around sound healing and brainwave entrainment. Scientific Sounds is an integrated system developed by the Center for Neuroacoustic Research for using sound to heal and to change consciousness.