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Astronaut Scott Kelly: Mars mission is ‘doable’

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th September 2017

( CNN) If NASA had allowed it, astronaut Scott Kelly would have cherished to clamber out of the Soyuz capsule after property on Tuesday and trod on his own, Kelly’s brother, Mark, said during a press conference on Friday. This is exactly what would have taken place if Scott Kelly had been on a mission […]

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How publicity can mislead cancer patients, pedigrees

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th September 2017

After Michael Uvanni’s fucking brother, James, was diagnosed with a fatal way of skin cancer, it seemed as if everyone told the family what they wanted to hear: Have hope. You can beat this, and we are here to help. The friends met with doctors at a half-dozen of the country’s excellent hospitals, all with […]

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US cancer deaths plummet 23% since 1991- but not all are benefiting evenly

Published in Odd and Fun on 10th September 2017

American Cancer Society report liberated Thursday demonstrates cancer rates in the US have rejected, though it remains the leading cause of death in 21 states Cancer rates in the US continue their long dropped in 2016, according to a brand-new report, though the disease remains the second resulting cause of death around the country. Deaths […]

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This Is What Really Happens Inside Your Brain When You Face Your Suspicions

Published in Odd and Fun on 10th September 2017

Fight or flight: an endowment to be submitted to you by survival of the fittest. You sense danger, you crusade it it’s literally built into your human DNA. However, there are the few gallant souls out there whosay F* ck that. I am living outside of the confines of fear. And they actually runthe threat. […]

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US teen undergoes rare heart-lung transplant

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th September 2017

( CNN) “I want to do more nonsense, ” Spencer Kolman answered. His expression was a whisper, a painful-to-hear rasping across the telephone line. “I’m a Boy Scout, so I want to go back and get my Eagle Scout and do … the more physical acts that I had to basically stop doing because I […]

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Follower still succumbs before wives. Is poison masculinity to blame? | Haider Javed Warraich and Robert Califf

Published in Odd and Fun on 1st September 2017

Many assume that shorter male lifespans are driven by biological parts. Yet the health the effects of conventional male identity cannot be overestimated For often of recent biography, followers have tended to die earlier than girls, though this was not always the case: for numerous centuries, the jeopardies of childbirth effectively rescinded any advantage girls […]

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Physicians can’t ignore politics. Our patients’ lives are at post | Farzon Nahvi

Published in Odd and Fun on 1st September 2017

Our patients depend on us for their upkeep we must help them get wise, whether that comes in the form of capsule or policy If all politics is neighbourhood, then Washington’s healthcare debacle has brought politics to the front condescend of every healthcare provider in America. There is no escaping it- debates taking place on […]

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Why do parties persist in ideologies that are wrong- and even harmful? | Richard P Grant

Published in Odd and Fun on 29th August 2017

People often maintain notions that cant be explained away by knowledge. In the look of this, how do we effectively express discipline? Richard Feynman “re just saying that” the most wonderful person to buffoon is yourself. Clowning yourself is a particular jeopardy for the well-educated, who meet themselves as smart; and who in all likelihood […]

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Colon cancer demises rise among younger adults, and no one knows why

Published in Odd and Fun on 25th August 2017

( CNN) Adults in the United States are expiring from colon and rectal cancers at an increasing rate about age 50, when they should just be embarking screenings, according to a brand-new subject from the American Cancer Society. Since routine screening is generally not recommended for most adults under 50, the cancers found in younger […]

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Stopping Zika: Mass sterilization of male mosquitoes

Published in Odd and Fun on 23rd August 2017

( CNN) The International Atomic Energy Agency recently announced a schedule to help Brazil and other countries hard hit by the Zika virus produce “gamma-irradiated” sterile mosquitoes for mass handout in those countries. Within the next few months, relevant agencies mentions, it will send a cobalt-6 0 gamma cadre irradiator to Brazil’s Moscamed research center […]

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