Tag Archives: Human anatomy

14Aug/17

Study claims shooter games can harm the brain

A new study by the University of Montreal has found that different types of games can impact the human brain both positively and negatively. Continue reading

13Jan/17

Flashing the peace sign could get your identity stolen, Japanese researcher says

Japanese scientists are warning people their identities could be stolen simply by flashing the peace sign for a photograph.
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08Jan/16
Eight-year-old Dunia Sibomana, left, poses for a photo with Dr. Alexander Dagum

Congolese boy attacked by chimps getting rare face surgery in New York

Eight-year-old boy to get a rare, risky, reconstructive surgery in New York after being mauled by chimpanzees in Africa. Sharon Reich reports.
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05May/15

Pocket-sized fingerprint scanner could solve healthcare bottleneck

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM / DHAKA, BANGLADESH / ANIMATION (REUTERS / SIMPRINTS) – A pocket-sized fingerprint scanner could improve healthcare access for those in the developing world.

So say the British students behind Simprints, which syncs the medical records of patients to health worker’s phones via an app.
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17Mar/15

South African doctors perform world’s first successful penis transplant

South African doctors perform the world’s first successful penis transplant on a young man who had his organ amputated after a botched circumcision ritual.

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