Why is glass more effective in preventing infections and protecting against injuries?
The answer, it turns out, is that it is also better at absorbing heat, which is a major factor in most injuries.
The answer has been put to the test in the lab with a small group of patients who were treated with Klein Glass.
The patients had a sore arm and a swollen knee and some had a cut or a puncture.
They all suffered from mild to moderate swelling.
The swelling in the injured knee was a bit more severe, but the sore arm was not.
The researchers wanted to know if Klein Glass could prevent the swelling in these cases.
The experiment was repeated on another group of four patients who also had sore and punctured joints.
The results showed that the protective effect of the glass was not significant.
However, they found that it reduced the swelling significantly in two of the patients.
In the other two cases, there was no change in the protective effects.
The study, published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, found that Klein Glass did not improve the safety of patients with injuries.
Instead, it led to a reduction in the number of swelling in all four cases.
It is hoped that Klein’s protective properties could be adapted to prevent other types of injuries, such as lacerations, cuts and burns.
The research also showed that patients who received Klein Glass had less bruising and swelling in their injured knee, but they were also less likely to experience any other problems.
The authors suggest that the use of glass in sports could help to reduce injury risks, and the results may help doctors to develop a more effective treatment.
Dr Gaurav Das, a clinical professor at the University of Southampton, said:”Injuries are one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in sport, with approximately 2,500 deaths every year.”
Although the vast majority of sports injuries are minor, they still have an enormous impact on the health of athletes.
“Our research shows that wearing a protective helmet could reduce these injuries and help athletes to avoid potentially life-threatening injuries, and potentially avoid the risk of recurrence.”
Klein Glass is one of many products that is making an impact in the health industry.
A number of manufacturers have introduced new products with the goal of helping athletes avoid serious injury and reducing the risks of future injuries.
There are also many sports-specific protective gear brands, such for skiing, sailing and diving.
However this is not the case for helmets.
Klein’s new product, the Blue Glass, is made by a German company, and was launched in the US in 2015.
The company has sold its first batch of helmets to the US, and now it is planning to start selling the products in the UK, Germany and Canada in 2018.
The Blue Glass helmet is made from a lightweight alloy, and has a mesh and mesh liner.
It has an adjustable visor and a quick release mechanism, and is rated for up to 180 hours of use.
Karen Smeed, the company’s head of research, said that while the Blue Helmet is a good product, it was not suitable for everyone.
“We have a range of helmets which are very different, and these helmets are only one way of helping people with their injuries,” she said.
“It is important to remember that there are many different types of injury and the different kinds of helmets and their different design and fit and finish may not be suitable for every individual.”
What is important is that we are developing a range so that every person who needs help can access it.
The team at Klein is now working on a range for women, and hopes to launch the new product in 2018, with the hope that this will also reduce the number and severity of injuries for women.
“This will help to prevent future injury, and increase the likelihood that a woman will be able to take her helmet off and continue her sport,” Ms Smeeda said.