Incredible scans of a man who had a 4-inch KNIFE stuck in his face
Doctors in South Africa published details of the unusual tale and an array of jaw-dropping scans of the unnamed patient in the prestigious British Medical Journal Case Reports.
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Researchers compare weight loss results of online and in-person diabetes prevention program
Researchers examined participation and weight loss results in an online diabetes prevention program; an in-person diabetes prevention program; and the Veterans Administration's...
7 hours ago - News Medical
Checklist helps assess early feeding skills in premature infants
Infants born prematurely face challenges in developing the complex, interrelated skills needed for effective feeding. An assessment called the Early Feeding Skills checklist is...
12 hours ago - ScienceDaily
The Helsinki Approach to Face Transplantation
We herein describe the establishment of the Helsinki Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation program and its execution in the first two face transplant cases.
1 day ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
What It's Like To Be A Mom In The MeToo Era
Hand to heart, I do not know one woman who has not experienced some form of sexual humiliation. Whether it was unwanted expectations or comments about her body, threats to her...
1 day ago - Scary Mommy
U.N.: Excessive Drinking Killed Over 3 Million People Worldwide in 2016
Drinking too much alcohol killed more than 3 million people in 2016, mostly men, the World Health Organization said. The U.N. health agency also warned that current policy...
1 day ago - Time - 2 articles
Christine Blasey Ford Says She ‘Can't Live In This Country' If Kavanaugh Is Confirmed
Christine Ford's husband has spoken out about the Kavanaugh sexual assault allegation Christine Blasey Ford moved 3,000 miles away from the Maryland suburb where Brett...
1 day ago - Scary Mommy
Saturday Stories: Obesity, Mortality, and Belief
Michael Hobbes, in Huffington Post's Highline, explains why everything you know about obesity may be wrong . Bari Weiss, in The New York Times, on the occasion of Yom Kippur...
2 days ago - Weighty Matters
Brie Larson Hilariously Claps Back After Trolls Say Captain Marvel Should Smile More
Brie Larson had the perfect response for people who want her to smile more For the first time ever , Marvel is releasing a female-led superhero movie. It stars Brie Larson as...
2 days ago - Scary Mommy
EFS checklist provides user-friendly tool for evaluating feeding skills in preterm infants
Infants born prematurely face challenges in developing the complex, interrelated skills needed for effective feeding.
2 days ago - News Medical
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Children of Mothers Who Use Marijuana are More Likely to Try it at a Younger Age
Children are more likely to use drugs at an earlier stage if their mothers use marijuana, finds a new study.
Parents who spent three years trying for a baby will likely outlive their...
Charlie Walton, one, from Cheshire has a rare genetic condition called MECP2 Duplication Syndrome which means his development is severely delayed and he is nearly a year behind.
Cinderella Effect Debunked: Are Stepfathers More Dangerous Than Biological...
New study highlights that very few stepparents pose a threat to their children. Younger fathers are more likely to abuse or kill their children than older fathers, regardless...
Place Where Older People Live Before Hospitalization may Influence...
New study highlights where people live before hospitalization may influence discharge planning and reducing hospital-readmission risk.
Gender, Race May Play a Key Role in Breast Cancer Screening
Gender and race may influence how black women deal with barriers to breast cancer screening, reveals a new study.
New Study Paves the Way for Future Test to Identify Drowsy Drivers
New blood test can identify if a person is sleep deprived or not which may help prevent car or plane crashes that result from drowsy driving.
Online sperm donors are harassing women and pressuring them into unprotected sex
Growing numbers of women are reportedly using unregulated websites to find free sperm donors and are putting themselves at risk of abuse and STIs, experts have warned.
Obesity set to overtake smoking as the most common cause of preventable...
A study predicts one in ten new female cancer cases - around 23,000 a year - will be caused by excess weight by 2035, only 2,000 fewer than by tobacco.
LGBT Community Has Poorer Mental Health Outcomes: Study
LGBT community has more number of poor mental health days than the general population, finds a new study
Scientists hail stem cell revolution to treat previously incurable conditions
They are the building blocks of human life. And scientists are increasingly convinced that stem cells are set to revolutionise the entire spectrum of medicine.