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Anal Cancer Rates and Deaths Increase in the United States: Study

(newser) – The cancer that hit a Real Housewives star and killed Farrah Fawcett is increasing, and some demographics seem particularly vulnerable. CNN reports on a new study in the Journal of National Cancer Institute that discovered the incidence of anal cancer – specifically, squamous cell cancer in the region – increased 2.7% per year from 2001 to 2015, while …

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This permanent little puppy has doggie dwarf

This permanent pooch-sized pooch is not short on love. Two year old Ranger, a purebred German Shepherd, is not a puppy. His small stature is due to pituitary dwarfism, a genetic condition that occurs in some dog breeds, including German Shepherds, Corgis and Basset dogs. Ranger's owner, Phoenix-based Shelby Mayo, knew she chose the hill's movement. when she found the …

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A mosquito-borne brain virus continues to kill people in the United States

The number of deaths increases further as cases of an untreatable brain swelling virus continue to quietly occur in eastern areas of the United States . There have been 36 confirmed cases of eastern encephalitis – and at least 14 deaths – in the United States this year, according to the latest statistics from the US Centers for Disease Control …

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4-D imaging with liquid crystal microlens

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New antibiotic found in bacteria in a worm inside an insect egg

BSIP / Universal Images Group The latest antibiotics generated against gram-negative bacteria – which tend to be the more dangerous type – were developed in the 1960s. Thanks to the increase in antibiotic resistance, we need more. But rather than go through the trouble of trying to make our own, scientists have looked at other species that may need to …

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People used interrupted animation for the first time

Seeing the Glass: Suspended animation is a term we hear in many sci-fi films, usually when a person is sent on a long-term space trip. For the first time, scientists have used the technology on humans in real life as a way to fix extreme damage. As reported by New Scientist, Samuel Tisherman, at the University of Maryland School of …

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Gunshot survivors have been traumatized for several years, study results

The results of a new study with shot survivors probably won't surprise you – but they're no less depressing. It indicates that many survivors are left physically and mentally destroyed by their experience, even years later. For his new work published Wednesday in JAMA Surgery, the researchers conducted telephone interviews with more than 180 gunshot survivors who had been treated …

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Wrexham sepsis dead woman "refused antibiotics"

Copyright copyright Family photo Caption Samantha Brousas had just started a new job when her condition deteriorated The daughter of a woman who died of sepsis after waiting nearly three hours in an ambulance has told an inquest that her mother refused antibiotics. Samantha Brousas, 49, of Gresford, died on February 23 last year – two days after she was …

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People put in interrupted animation for the first time | Science

Doctors have put people into a state of turned off animation for the first time in a groundbreaking trial aimed at buying more time for surgeons to save seriously injured patients. The process involves rapidly cooling the brain to less than 10C of replacing the patient's blood with ice-cold saline. Usually, the solution is pumped directly into the aorta, the …

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Do brains that shrink in size make us less intelligent?

Brains are still a mysterious organ with so much left to understand how they work (Image: Ella Byworth) Our brains are getting smaller. [19659004] They may have decreased by about 17.4% over the last 20,000 years, research suggests. And unlike the controversial claim that humans grow & # 39; horns & # 39; in its skull due to telephone use, …

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