Tag Archives: Host

Complex Hydrogel Structures to Host Living Cells Printed Using New Technique

Hydrogels are one of the hottest materials in biomedical research these days, as anyone following this publication will attest to. They’re biocompatible, have the squishy consistency of soft tissues, and they can be tinkered with to host living cells, deliver drugs, and hopefully one day serve as replacements for diseased tissues and organs. Hydrogels’ unique… Read More »

Emma Willis health: TV host discusses mystery illness and what others can do to avoid it

Emma Willis is a well recognised face on British television, appearing on Loose Women, This Morning and Big Brother. Her natural charm, ability to make guests feel comfortable and infectious smile have made her the nation’s sweetheart. Recently she revealed a sudden and unexplained bout of illness which left her stressed, puffy and bloated. Speaking… Read More »

Pet Allergies? How To Be A Good Guest, or Host

W. Andy Nish, MD, chief of allergy and asthma, Northeast Georgia Physicians Group, Gainesville; fellow, American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. Maria Garcia-Lloret, MD, pediatric allergist, UCLA Medical Center Santa Monica and Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA. Andrea Schmitt, parent, North Hollywood, CA; volunteer, UCLA Health Food Allergy Program, Los Angeles. International Archives of Allergy… Read More »