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Tattoo Ink eaten by macrophages: Shots

Make sure the tattoo is what you want to keep. yulkapopkowa / Getty Images Hide caption Shift text yulkapopkova / Getty Images Make sure the tattoo is what you want to keep. yulkapopkova / Getty Images Last Saturday, when I visited Fatty's tattoos and piercings, a college-age woman came in a hoodie and asked for a tattoo, her first, right …

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Nurse in remote Australian city saves own life after heart attack

A nurse stationed on Australia's lonesome western coast suffered chest pain and dizziness-signs of heart attack – but he was nearly a hundred miles from the nearest medical facility. Sun According to a report published on March 8, New England Journal of Medicine Fall […] the 44-year-old went to a care base in the distance in front of Coral Bay, …

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The outbreak of salmonella, associated with chicken salad, is expanding

Significant events Salmonella poisoning affects 170 people in seven states No deaths were reported, but 62 people were hospitalized An investigation by the CDC and the US Department of Agriculture linked the outbreak of chicken salad produced from Triple T Specialty Meats Inc., sold January 4 through February 9 at Fareway grocery stores in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and South …

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At the age of thirteen, her brain stopped making new cells

Your brain reached its peak at age 13. The formation of new brain cells in the hippocampus ends before we reach adulthood, according to a study published in the journal Nature on Wednesday. Earlier, scientists generally believed that the human hippocampus creates new brain cells or neurons in adulthood. There is no consensus on the number of neurons in adulthood; …

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Meet the world-renowned author at the center of the trauma program controversy

Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, a best-selling author whose post-traumatic stress disorder research has found worldwide support, was fired from his job because he harassed and denigrated staff in his prestigious Trauma Center. His dismissal ended a turbulent three-month center and he has since filed a far-reaching lawsuit against his parent, the Institute of Justice Resource. Here is some background …

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Nurse accused of stealing painkillers from the hospital

MASSENA, NY – A nurse at the Massena Memorial Hospital, according to the state police, removed prescription opioid analgesics from the hospital for her personal use. Helen E. Lapage, 51, of Raymondville, took hydrocodone and oxycodone pills from the hospital automation system several times between January 1 and February 13, police said She withdrew the medication under the name of …

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How exercise in old age prevents the immune system from decreasing

Caption Professor Norman Lazarus, 82, has a 20-year-old's immune system If you do a lot of sports in your old age, you can prevent the immune system from decreasing and protecting people from infection, scientists say They followed 125 cyclists remotely, some of whom were now living in their eighties Yearlings Prof. Norman Lazarus, 82, of King's College in London, …

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