Researchers Develop New Head-Only MRI System

Researchers Develop New Head-Only MRI System
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Having to do an MRI is one of the most dreadful of procedures. The older standard machines made of confined narrow tunnels trigger claustrophobia and anxiety. Researchers from Victoria University Of Wellington have developed a seated solution.

The new patient handling system is more comfortable, accessible and affordable. Patients sit in a chair with their head covered by a helmet-like scanner while the rest of their body is free- a great move from the narrow tunnels. The patient receives a remote control to adjust their seating and head support. They also have an open window to see out in the process to reduce claustrophobia.

Bugatti introduces $35 000 electric “toy” car

Bugatti introduces $35 000 electric “toy” car
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It’s been decades since Bugatti produced an electric car and it’s now back again with a single-seater roadster known as the Baby II. The limited-edition “toy” is a smaller replica of Type 35. The ride is perfect for kids and even adults, but that comes with a big price tag. With only 500 of the model’s to be made, they will be sold on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Take a look below to see the smooth features and fitting of the new offering.

J. Cole Serves 2 New Singles For A Treat Off Upcoming Album

J. Cole Serves 2 New Singles For A Treat Off Upcoming Album
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Lockdown recently became a little less blue for hip-hop fans thanks to J.Cole. The rapper released two new singles “The Climb Back” and “Lion King On Ice” from his highly-anticipated album, “The Fall Off”.

Titled “The Fall Off”, J. Cole says he’s in no hurry to release the album and is simply “taking (his) time”.

Stream on Spotify below:

Grey’s Anatomy To Tackle Coronavirus In Next Season

Grey’s Anatomy To Tackle Coronavirus In Next Season
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The doctors at Grey Sloan Memorial will be incorporating the Coronavirus global crisis in its upcoming 17th season.

“We’re going to address this pandemic, for sure. There’s no way to be a long-running medical show and not do the medical story of our lifetimes”, said the executive producer Krista Vernoff.

The ABC medical drama is yet to start filming as shutdown continues, it’s well worth anticipating, especially when it will be a story told after the world returns to “normal”.

You Probably Don’t Need It But Sony’s Latest wearable air conditioner is Now Available

Sweating under your t-shirt is just a thing of the past. Sony has recently dropped a wearable air conditioner that swears to keep you 73 degrees cool.

The Mini AC Unit that fits in a special pocket behind your neck is now available in stores for $120.