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An analysis of bacteria present in the mouth showed that some types of bacteria that lead to periodontal disease were associated with higher risk of esophageal cancer. Higher levels of one type of bacteria, which is linked to periodontal disease,...
An unconscious patient caused a panic when doctors discovered he had the words 'Do Not Resuscitate' tattooed across his chest. The 70-year-old man, who was diabetic, left medics with an ethical dilemma when he was admitted to hospital with a...
A model who ended up crying purple tears after a botched tattoo job says she is now at risk of losing her eye completely. Catt Gallinger, 24, opted to get a “scleral tattoo” earlier this month; it involved having ink...
Motorcyclists in Ontario are three times more likely to be injured in a collision than people in automobiles, 10 times more likely to suffer serious injuries and those injuries will cost more to treat, says new study. The Institute for...
Men could get pregnant as early as “tomorrow” due to huge leaps in the transplantation of wombs, according to the outgoing president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Transgender women—those who were assigned male at birth—could give birth as...
Cities around the globe are fueling evolution among microbes, plants, and animals, driving physical mutations and altering gene flow, according to a new analysis in the journal Science. The projected spread of urbanization in coming decades will continue to...
The woman lost her 9-year-old Yorkshire terrier when she was diagnosed with broken heart syndrome. Joanie Simpson, 62, from Houston, Texas, woke up with a pain in her back and within moments her chest started hurting. Within 20 minutes she was...
A new study suggests that intermittent fasting (IF), without restricting overall calorie intake, can help reduce weight, fight obesity and metabolic diseases. Intermittent fasting has shown the most promise for boosting metabolism and burning fat, according to a new study...
A pair of French scientists have identified a tiny discrepancy in the eyes of people with dyslexia, potentially making it treatable. Writing in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, a team at the University of Rennes found that the...
Eating one banana and an avocado a day may prevent hardening of the arteries that can result in heart disease and death, says new research. Scientists from the University of Alabama at Birmingham recently conducted an experiment, published in Journal...

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