Monday, September 21, 2020
Eating banana and avocado daily cuts risk of heart attack, a new study reveals

Eating banana and avocado daily cuts risk of heart attack, a new study reveals

Eating one banana and an avocado a day may prevent hardening of the arteries that can result in heart disease and death, says new...
Constipation may be a risk factor for kidney disease, new study finds

Constipation may be a risk factor for kidney disease, new study finds

Scientists have discovered a link between constipation and renal failure; people with constipation had a 13% higher likelihood of developing chronic kidney disease and...
Facial Structure Linked To Sexual Drive, A New Study Reveals

Facial Structure Linked To Sexual Drive, A New Study Reveals

New study from Nipissing University in Ontario, Canada and published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior found that men and women with shorter,...

West Virginia: Probe reveals flood of 780 million painkillers in 6 deadly years

Drug Companies Poured 780 Million Painkiller Pills Into West Virginia. As increasing numbers of rural and poor West Virginians overdosed on prescription painkillers, a local...
Scientists find worrisome CRE on US swine farm

Scientists find worrisome CRE on US swine farm

A researcher at Walter Reed Army Institute for Research holds a sample being tested for superbugs. Scientists from The Ohio State University found bacteria resistant...
Canadian woman gets eye tattooed and it goes horribly wrong

Canadian woman gets eye tattooed and it goes horribly wrong

Canadian model has been left partially blinded after a botched eye tattoo; an experience which has left her considering taking her own life. Bad reactions...
Scientists claim to have identified a cause and a cure for dyslexia

Scientists claim to have identified a cause and a cure for dyslexia

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...
Australian schoolchildren reproduce Martin Shkreli-hiked drug for £1 a pill

Australian schoolchildren reproduce Martin Shkreli-hiked drug for £1 a pill

Australian secondary school students have outflanked pharmaceuticals executive Martin Shkreli by reproducing the drug he price-hiked in the US. Martin Shkreli was dubbed the "most...
Research ties gum disease bacteria to esophageal cancer

Research ties gum disease bacteria to esophageal cancer

An analysis of bacteria present in the mouth showed that some types of bacteria that lead to periodontal disease were associated with higher risk...
Doctors Baffled By Unconscious Man With 'Do Not Resuscitate' Tattoo (Photo)

Doctors Baffled By Unconscious Man With ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ Tattoo (Photo)

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...

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