Tuesday, October 22, 2013

The Weird, Wild Stuff From Nature That’s Probably in Your Medicine Cabinet






Liquorice slows skins cancer cells: Compound found in root could hold key to beating most lethal form of the disease

The Weird, Wild Stuff From Nature That’s Probably in Your Medicine Cabinet

Let Your Fingers Do the Seeing

How Many Die From Medical Mistakes in U.S. Hospitals?

New nose grown by surgeons to replace original one

Extreme Chemical Sensitivity Makes Sufferers Allergic to Life

‘iPosture’ blamed for surging back pain among young adults

What We Eat Affects Everything

The care homes still turning old folk into zombies with a chemical cosh: The government vowed to end drugging of dementia victims. But this family's ordeal reveals the horrifying truth

My week on ‘smart drug’ Modafinil

If You Can Smell This, You May Not Have Alzheimer's

Inside Florida’s Battle With the Flesh-Eating Vibrio Vulnificus

Why Scientists Held Back Details On A Unique Botulinum Toxin

10 Incredible GIFs Showing How Aging Changes Our Appearance

The photograph that shamed Mexico: Health director suspended after shocking image of indigenous woman giving birth on a clinic LAWN when nurses denied her treatment went viral

'It's a turning point in the history of Alzheimer's': Scientists stop brain cells in mice from dying

Stressed women SMELL incompetent and untrustworthy: How body odour changes people's perception of a woman

The man who's covered in hundreds of balls of FAT: Father, 31, suffers from incurable disease that causes painful lumps to erupt under his skin

Popular diet tips from 100 years ago

Medical mystery: Man sheds tears of blood

The brave new world of biohacking

Girl smuggled into Britain to have her 'organs harvested'

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