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Migraines Given the Green Light (Therapy)

Migraines affect 1 billion people worldwide. It is a frequent cause of absence from work and school. Despite multiple treatment options, the...

Folded Man Walks After 28 Years!

At 19, Li Hua got diagnosed with a rare spinal deformity that left him unable to walk, eat, or sit upright.For 10...

Culturally Competent Robots, The Future

The pandemic has left a large majority of the elderly population cut off from the outside world. Therefore, putting them at risk...

Do Bilinguals Fare Better Post-Surgery?

Could the ability to speak more than one language affect your surgery's outcome? Looks like it. Researchers at Mayo...

I See Melted Faces

Imagine looking in the mirror and seeing half of your face look like it's melting away. While this may seem like a...

Can Honeybee Venom Treat Breast Cancer?

In an exciting discovery, honeybee venom has been found to destroy aggressive breast cancer cells while sparing the unaffected cells. 

Can Tattoo Ink Detect Cancer?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cancers accounted for an estimated 9.6 million deaths in 2018. Early detection of cancers and adequate...

An Elite Cure for HIV

According to UNAIDS, approximately 38 million people around the world were living with HIV in 2019.  HIV (Human Immunodeficiency...

LSD, a Hallucinogen, or a Painkiller?

LSD or Acid is a psychedelic known to make people 'trip'. During a 'trip' or an episode, people can experience an altered...

Party in a Bunker Leaves Several People Unconscious

Around 200 partygoers in their 20's and 30's attended an illegal rave at a bunker in Oslo, Norway over the weekend. According...

Victory for Africa

On 25th August, the Africa Regional Certification Commission (ARCC) declared Africa free of the last remaining strain of wild poliovirus. The announcement...

Sewing Pin Found in an Unusual Place

According to the case report published in The Journal of Emergency Medicine, a 17-year-old boy accidentally swallowed a small sewing pin which...

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Roberts Syndrome: Absence of vital skeletal components

Roberts Syndrome is an extremely rare disorder. The first case of Roberts Syndrome was reported in 1919. So far only 17 cases...

Man Lives A Miracle, Survives Fatal Gunshot Wound

A 21-year-old African American male reported to the trauma centre with a single gunshot wound to the posterior chest. The wound resulted...

Michelin Baby

Do the skin folds like the Michelin man exist in the real world?  A five-day-old baby boy was brought to...

Apert Syndrome: Only 300 cases since 1894!

Apert Syndrome is a very rare disorder. According to statistics, there are only 300 cases in the record. Keep in mind that...
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