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Ask Carrie Fisher: I’m bipolar- how do you feel at peace with mental illness?

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th October 2017

Living with mental illness is difficult, Fisher says, and thats why the very important to spot their home communities to share experiences and find comfort in the similarities Dear Carrie , As another person with bipolar affective disorder, I certainly admire the direction that you have spoken candidly about your own mental health issues and […]

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Isis is as much an outgrowth of our global civilisation as Google

Published in Odd and Fun on 24th October 2017

In the wake of terrorist attack, and as Europe disentangles, it detects as if “were living in” divided days. But civilisation is more united than ever. The challenges facing the future climate change, AI, biotechnology will merely bring us closer Recent phenomena in the Countries of the middle east and Europe seem to breathe fresh […]

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Are females really stronger than servicemen? | Angela Saini

Published in Odd and Fun on 23rd October 2017

When it comes to longevity, subsisting disease and coping with trauma, one gender comes out on top. Angela Saini assembles the scientists works out why Four years ago, altogether spent, blood transfused into me in a frenzied effort to allow me to amble, I lay on a infirmary bunked “ve been given” delivery the day […]

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‘ Alcoholism persists long after you stop drinking’: my 15 times sober

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th October 2017

Tanya Gold used drink to drown out the damaging articulation inside her foreman. Will she ever fully recover? It is easy to get morphine in University College hospital, London, if you are a good storyteller. It pains, you tell the midwife, although you cant tone anything, is just so high on morphine already that someone […]

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Scientists search for 13 beings to solve genetic mutation whodunit

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th October 2017

Medical research identified individuals who have mutants for eight severe childhood provisions but testified no symptoms A massive consider of more than half a million people who might carry genetic mutations for 584 destroying childhood maladies has identified 13 “whos been” mutations for severe healths but none of the evidences of the disease. The implication […]

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The reinvention of progressive objection: life on the frontline of the Aids epidemic | David France

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th October 2017

The long speak: As the reporting of a strange beset swept through the gay parish in the 1980 s, activists developed shock tactics to get the help they desperately needed. The experience of demise, which had fastened them together a quarter of about a hundred years ago, unexpectedly reunited them on an unseasonably warm January […]

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US approves first cancer stimulant to use patient’s own cells- with $475,000 price tag

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th October 2017

Novartis medication sold as Kymriah plows most frequent type of childhood cancer, but some dread it could stimulations curve of highly expensive drugs US regulators have approved the first cancer medicine that uses a patient’s own cells to fight cancer. But the drug is priced at $475,000. Oncologists described the medication, made by Novartis and […]

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Why we’re hardwired to hate confusion | Marc Lewis

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th October 2017

A new subject shows that uncertainity will be still more stressful than knowing something bad is emphatically going to happen. But you can read to live with it A team of researchers has published the most sophisticated experiment ever envisioned on the ties between indecision and stress. The volunteers for this experiment played a computer […]

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Poorest municipality in poorest position: discrimination is get-up-and-go but so are the jobs

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th October 2017

In his second complete from the USs most deprived parishes, Chris McGreal calls Tchula in Mississippi, where felony is high-pitched and opportunities are few Tchulas chief of police was drifting into sleep at the desk of his sparsely equipped office. Billy Reed had been describing what it was to run ministries and departments with so […]

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Robot mettles: medicine’s brand-new frontier

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th October 2017

The long read: From bovine valves to electrical machines and 3-D engraved centers, cardiologists are forging onward with engineerings once dismissed as crazy ideas On a cold, bright January morning I moved south across Westminster Bridge to St Thomas Hospital, an institution with a proud habit of invention: I was there to discover a procedure […]

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