Thursday, October 22, 2020

Dr. Nimrah Sattar

Dr. Nimrah Sattar
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Nimrah H. Sattar is a doctor and a certified telemedicine facilitator who currently works as an instructor at Little Medical School Pakistan. She is a photographer at heart and can be found chasing sunsets in her free time.

Type-1 Diabetes Reversal in a Young Man

A recent issue of the New England Journal of Medicine describes the case of a young man with Type-1 Diabetes who was...

Skin Regeneration Without Scarring

Genetic factors, responsible for causing skin regeneration in neonatal mice, identified by researchers at Washington State University (WSU). Unlike...

Could Scarlet Fever be Making a Comeback?

Scarlet Fever commonly affects children aged 2 to 10 years.The United Kingdom (UK) and North-East Asia recently reported outbreaks of scarlet fever. A...

A Trojan Horse for Cancer Cells

Researchers at Nanyang Technological University Singapore (NTU Singapore) recently developed a 'Trojan Horse' that causes cancer cells to self-destruct without the use of any...

Sleeping Pill Wakes Patient From a Locked-in State

A case study published in the journal Cortex reported the miraculous case of a 37-year-old awakened from a state of mutism after...

Intact Neurons in Vitrified Brain from 2000 years ago!

Recently, researchers in Italy discovered intact neurons in the brain of a young man who died from a volcanic eruption some 2,000...

Fecal Transplant for a Younger You!

Research led by the team at the University of East Anglia investigated whether fecal transplant can help restore cognitive function in the elderly. 

Low Testosterone Levels in Men with COVID-19

A study published in the peer-reviewed journal The Aging Male found men who suffered from COVID-19 had significantly decreased levels of testosterone.

Nasal Swab Test Causes Brain Fluid to Leak From a Patient’s Nose

In a bizarre turn of events, a COVID-19 nasal swab test punctured a woman's brain lining and caused brain fluid to leak...

Tapeworm Found in Woman’s Brain Despite No Risk Factors

Doctors discovered tapeworm larvae in the brain of a 25-year-old Australian woman with a history of worsening headaches. Surprisingly, the woman had...

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