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The world's first colored human X-ray applies CERN technology used to search for "god particle"

The world's first colored x-rays of human body parts were released on July 10th. The historical images were taken of the breakthrough technology called MARS spectral x-ray scanner. MARS Bioimaging ] A father and son tandem from New Zealand has introduced the first ever colored X-ray scanner adapted from the technique used to find Higg's boson. Phil (father) and Anthony …

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Babies sleep better when they feed fast foods earlier, suggests study

If you have trouble getting your little ones to sleep, there may be a simple solution. Eating fast food earlier could do the trick, suggests a new report. >> Read more trendy news Both U.K. The National Health Service and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that moms only breastfeed for about six months before introducing solid foods. However, researchers …

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Mystical burns on the teen's face caused by a poisonous plant brush

However, the real cause of the painful first and second degree burns that the 17-year-old suffered from Spotsylvania, Virginia, proved to be somewhat more unusual. "We were working outside a factory and I cut down a bush and it fell and touched my face," told Childress CNN affiliate WWBT. "I have not done anything because I do it all the …

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First mosquito test positive for West Nile virus in Suffolk

The West Nile virus has been found in Suffolk for the first time this year in four mosquito samples, the county healthcare officer said to advise the public to take precautions. The samples tested positive were gathered 2-3 June from East Northport, Blydenburgh County Park in Smithtown, Belmont Lake State Park in North Babylon and Heckscher State Park in East …

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Autopsy: Ohio police died of overdose of fentanyl

KIRKERSVILLE, Ohio – Kirkersville Policeman James Hughes Jr. A policeman in Ohio died of an overdose of fentanyl, according to an autopsy report released Friday. Police chief James Hughes Jr., 35, was unable to find the bathroom in his home Reynoldsburg on May 25th. He was extinct dead shortly later. An autopsy was performed by the Franklin County Coroner Office …

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Ticks that carry Lyme disease spread rapidly

Do you think you live in a place that is free of disease-bearing ticks? Do not be so sure. National researchers found ticks that were able to transmit Lyme disease and other fasted diseases in dozens of sites across the United States where pests had never previously been recorded, a new study. Everyone told us that disease-bearing ticks were discovered …

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Brookline has West Nile Mosquitoes: Brookline Health Dept

BROOKLINE, MA – It was just a matter of time. Only after they hit the state, they were recently found in JP. Now mosquitoes tested positively for the West Nile virus in Brookline on July 13, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Although no residents have tested positive for the virus, health-minded people greet to take some preventive …

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