Friday, March 11, 2011
Neuroscience sleuths are on the case of face blindness, a strange malady that makes some people unable to distinguish friend from foe.
Past medical testing on humans revealed
Transgenic Fungi May Be Able to Combat Malaria and Other Bug-Borne Diseases
18 Things Your Feet Say About Your Health
Surgery saves girl's face from rare disorder
Is it possible to freeze your cojones off? (via)
10 Frightening Facts About Child Obesity
Incredible Images of Human Scar Tissue Seen at a Cellular Level
'Cooled' baby Ella shows no signs of brain damage
One in ten Britons 'taking pills to get to sleep'
Ancient Origins of the Human Eye Discovered
Infographic: Heart Disease, Myth Vs. Facts
10 Most Famous Medical Mistakes of All Time
10 Most Pervasive Myths about Eating Disorders
Americans have higher rates of most chronic diseases than same-age counterparts in England