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It is now time for this -- segment we're calling fox health.
-- a roundup of all the week's medical stories that you need to know about and joining us now with effects.
And a quiet man good morning good morning the sort of start a smokers appears smoker out there in -- watching.
There is now -- vaccine.
-- tested that can prevent you from being -- yet so -- smoking finally be acting in the past this would be amazing right.
United States researchers say they developed a vaccination that has been effective in mice to keep them from being addicted to nicotine for their entire lifetime.
Now the -- at this drug works is that it actually blocks nicotine from going to the brain so it stops that.
Pleasurable effect which is in -- what makes people addicted to nicotine.
This is going to be tested in humans over the next couple of years so hopefully it will be on the market you know so many people suffering from smoking.
Also it -- allows the body to build up its -- immunity against the vaccination which is.
Are against nicotine rather which is different than other vaccinations in the past.
In making it more consistent and and more reliant that's huge and that's going to be -- I -- about this next story an injection they injected reading injected rabbits right in this next story and brought -- back to life.
What -- well all this is pretty interesting -- this is is a medical breakthrough that some Boston researchers.
Are reporting that allows -- people actually possibly to survive for up to a half hour without breathing they say this could save.
Millions of lives each year and yes this has been tested.
On rabbit so essentially it's a new -- material that's infused with oxygen particles injected into the bloodstream.
That that allows people to breathe and this is more effective than some of the other types of of of things that have been used in the past like the breathing masks and the tubes because those are relying on -- -- to continue functioning -- also take a little while to administer.
-- idea behind these things is that they'll be on crash carts in hospitals and ambulances.
And it even in transport helicopters.
To try to keep -- -- last -- to give us a -- yet -- mean you obviously you're at risk of a heart attack ends.
And even death from brain injury if if you are able to -- so this I think millions of lives every year art electronic records better than those old paper charts for doctors well that this is it an ongoing.
That debate you know the pros and cons of reusing these but there's -- a new study out by united -- researchers that says that doctors.
You are using these.
To be involved in malpractice.
As opposed to the people who were using the traditional paper route and they say that one of these reasons is.
They're they're able to have the drug interaction alerts that come out from from these so that there are fewer.
Issues that are gonna -- about your problem that of course.
And then but on the flip side they're concerned that on the long term effects of these things.
That in a courtroom these medical decisions will be under more scrutiny can deal thanks so much Hannah and good job and for more information on these and other -- -- go to Fox News -- dot com.
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