Breadcrumb Home Technology May 14, 2018 01:00 AM News from other sources Modern Healthcare Tweet Share Share Email More Print Medical devicesGoogle sister company Verily is working on a device that collects blood using tiny exploding needles | CNBCThe device, which uses micro-needles and magnets to collect blood, may eventually take the form of a watch. But no matter the shape, it's likely several years away from consumer reality.Public healthWHO calls for elimination of trans fat in foods by 2023 | CNNThe World Health Organization launched the REPLACE initiative, which outlines the steps necessary to remove trans fats from all food.Experimental vaccine to be used against Ebola outbreak in the DRC | StatThe WHO may begin giving Merck's experimental Ebola vaccine to people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo within the next few days. Information technologyKushner-backed health care project gets 'devastating' review | PoliticoThe MHS Genesis software project, which the VA began during the Obama administration and which Jared Kushner has praised, may be "neither operationally effective, nor operationally suitable," according to a Pentagon report.In other newsMagnet implants? Welcome to the world of medical punk | The New York TimesAt Grindfest, where the punk mentality reigns supreme, people hack their bodies, implanting magnets and LEDs. Letter to the Editor Send us a letter Have an opinion about this story? Click here to submit a Letter to the Editor, and we may publish it in print. Recommended for You Sponsored Content View the discussion thread.