Category: Science

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Emerging sex disease ‘could be superbug’

Image copyright Getty Images A little known sexually transmitted infection could become the next superbug unless people become more vigilant, experts are warning. Mycoplasma genitalium( MG) often has no symptoms but can cause pelvic...

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Samoa pulls MMR vaccine after two babies die

( CNN ) The Samoan government has launched an inquiry into the deaths of two one-year-old infants after a routine vaccination. Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi expressed his condolences to the families on...

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Yes, You Can Get An STI From Oral Sex

Lots of people take heart knowing they can’t get pregnant while performing or receiving oral sex. But that doesn’t mean you should necessarily let your guard down quickly. Oral isn’t entirely risk-free; it’s still...

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Why men might want to eat more nuts

  Eating nuts regularly could improve sperm health, a study suggests. Men who eat about two handfuls of mixed almonds, hazelnuts and walnuts daily for 14 weeks improved their sperm count and had more...

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Archaeologists stumble on Neolithic ritual site in Suffolk

Diggers laying groundwork for a new windfarm detect previously unknown site of international significance As diggers began to strip the daisies and buttercups and carve down through the parched clay of a field near...

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Heat-stable drug could save thousands of women’s lives

(CNN)A new formulation of a drug that prevents excessive bleeding after childbirth could save thousands of women’s lives around the world, according to a new study. But the new research found a new version...

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Strange Red Spot In Man’s Mouth Had A NSFW Explanation

Whilst doing a routine inspection of a 47-year-old man, dentists in Mexico found a weird red spot on the roof of his mouth.   The dentists were concerned about the lesion, which could have been caused by anything...

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This Is What The Perfect Body Would Look Like

If you look at humans like Michael Phelps, Usain Bolt, or Venus Williams (and to a lesser extent, Serena), you might be forgiven for thinking we’ve reached our very peak as a species. Yet we’ve...

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Bloodhound Laser May Soon Check Your Breath For Disease

  Our breath can carry signs of disease. Some animals with sensitive noses can even detect certain cancers on our breath before current screening devices. Researchers at the University of Adelaide think it is possible...

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‘Remarkable’ therapy beats terminal breast cancer

The life of a woman with terminal breast cancer has been saved by a pioneering new therapy, say US researchers. It involved pumping 90 billion cancer-killing immune cells into her body. Judy Perkins had...

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Scientists create the first 3D-printed human corneas

Newcastle University researchers have devised a groundbreaking experimental technique that could help millions on the corneal transplant waiting list. By using a simple 3D bio-printer, Professor of Tissue Engineering Che Connon and his team...

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The 5 Most Amazing AI Advances in Health Care

Takeaway: AI is enabling medical technology to advance at an increasingly rapid pace. Here are some of the latest breakthroughs. Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing our world in many unimaginable ways. At the verge of...