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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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Russian "Popeye" has 3 kilograms of "dead" muscle removed after injections of DIY bodybuilding

A 23-year-old bodybuilder in Russia, nicknamed "Popeye" due to his abnormally large biceps, has recently undergone the first of at least three surgeries to remove approximately 3 kilograms of "dead" muscle tissue after he injected a dangerous enhancement – Synthol – in his biceps and triceps. Kirill Tereshin used "petroleum jelly" injections, or Synthol oil, to increase the size of …

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A vegan bodybuilding diet: guide and meal

If you buy something via a link on this site, we may receive a small commission. How this works. The vegan diet has gained popularity in recent years as an increasing number of people use this way of eating for its alleged health benefits and ethics of animal care. It has not only aroused the interest of the general public …

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Doctors treating deadly weapon disease have problems: Some patients lie

A person exhales steam when using an electronic cigarette device in San Francisco. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images There are two people you should never lie to, says Dr. Michael Plisco to patients, your lawyer and your doctor. The Pulmonologist with critical care at Mercy Hospital in St. Louis believes a patient's lie may have cost his …

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A healthy diet helps preserve your hearing

Good eating habits, for example after a Mediterranean diet, can reduce hearing loss among women over 50, suggests a new study. Choosing to eat more fruits and vegetables, high-fiber foods and limiting the intake of sugar and fat in your daily diet have many proven health benefits: reduced cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes, greater longevity, better defense against depression …

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What happened to people with half a brain away

By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, November 19, 2019 (HealthDay News) – Many people think of their brain as an excessive wind. Each square meter is either full of information or works overtime to help the body function properly. So is it even conceivable that a person is normal with only half a brain? Yes, it is apparently according to …

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Smoking marijuana can increase the risk of stroke, arrhythmia in young adults, experts warn

Young people who use cannabis often have more than twice the risk of having a stroke as a non-user, according to a new study presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2019, which ended on Monday. Another new study found that those diagnosed with cannabis use disorder were more likely to be admitted to hospital for arrhythmia (heart rhythm …

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15-year-old bit of rabid raccoon in Polk County

Rabid raccoon bites teenager in Polk Co. Teenagers took video of what they thought was a damaged animal, but it turned out to be rabid. DAVENPORT, Fla. – In the tenth case of rabies confirmed in Polk County this year, a teenager was bitten by a raccoon. He wants to warn others about animals that may seem a little too …

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A new type of migraine medication just passed a promising large-scale trial

A new class of migraine medication can make a "big difference" for those in desperate need of relief. The drug unbrogepant has not yet been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, but a large-scale clinical trial suggests that this oral pill can work safely where other treatments do not. Within two hours of being taken, researchers found that …

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