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Volume 22, Number 05, May 2018
Dental dangers - Poor oral health and NCDs
Dental dangers - Poor oral health and NCDs
The bare facts on why maintaining those bright pearly whites is important for physical health.
Adding value through additive dentistry
Tooth wear is a normal physiological process which can affect aesthetics, function, and even cause pain.
Dental care for the silver generation
Professor Finbarr Allen talks about understanding the needs and demands of the elderly for oral healthcare.
Enhance clinical laboratory practice in Vietnam through LEAN
A high growth market, the government in Vietnam launched the 2020 vision to modernise health infrastructure in the country.
Are boys with asthma more susceptible to bone fractures?
New Australian research shows that asthma may be associated with an increased possibility of childhood bone fractures ...
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Volume 22, Number 05, May 2018
FEATURES  
Adding value through additive dentistry
Tooth wear is a normal physiological process which can affect aesthetics ...
Dental care for the silver generation
Asia is home to nearly two-thirds of the world's malnourished, with an estimated 87 million children under the age of five stunted.
Digitising Dentistry
Allergies exist in many different forms and they can be induced by the environment...
Dental dangers - Poor oral health and NCDs
OPhysicians are constantly inundated with new clinical trials purporting benefits...
SPOTLIGHTS  
Enhance clinical laboratory practice in Vietnam through LEAN
A high growth market, the government in Vietnam launched the 2020 vision to modernise health infrastructure in the country.
Industry and academia must work together; an interview with Prof Carolyn Lam
The global burden of major non-communicable diseases such as heart disease has shifted to Asia in recent years, spurred on by real and rapid socio-economic growth in the region.
EYE ON CHINA  
Scientists in Guangzhou engineered pig model of Huntington's disease
Treatments for affected nervous system tissues could be better tested in pigs, because their size is closer to that of humans.
Heart-on-a-chip device to aid drug screening
Cancer stem cell therapy breakthrough
Nanozymes to target tumor cells
INSIDE INDUSTRY  
Drugs to watch 2018 Evonik intensifies research into regenerative medicine Availability of orphan medicines varies between European countries
BIOBOARD  
Dragonfly-inspired nano coating kills bacteria upon contact
Singapore scientists grew nanopilllars of zinc oxide, compound known for its anti-bacterial and non-toxic properties, showed to kill a broad range of germs like E. coli and S. aureus commonly transmitted from surface contact.
Consuming low-fat diet with prostate cancer drug could cut costs by 75 per cent
Engineers pioneer greener and cheaper technique for biofuel production
New compound improves stroke recovery in monkeys and mice
Radiation therapy improves tumour response in liver cancer patients
NEWS CRUNCH  
news Shire, Microsoft and EURORDIS form Global Commission to accelerate time to diagnosis for children with rare diseases
news EmTech Asia explores future of life, humanity and economy
news Biology of Ageing II - Impactful Interventions
PR NEWSWIRE  
Asia Pacific Biotech News
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APBN Editorial Calendar 2018
January:
Obesity / Outlook for 2018
February:
Searching for the fountain of youth
March:
Women in Science - Making a difference
April:
Digestive health in the 21st century - Trust your guts
May:
Dental health - The root to good health
June:
Oncology / Biotech landscape in APAC
July:
Water management / Vaccination
August:
Regenerative medicine / Biotech start ups
September:
Digital healthcare / 3D printing
October:
Bones / Breast cancer
November:
Liver health / Top science research nations & institutions
December:
AIDS / Breakthrough of the year/Emerging trends
Editorial calendar is subjected to changes.
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