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This permanently small puppy suffers from dwarfism

Love is not forgotten in this permanently small doggie. The two-year-old Ranger, a thoroughbred German Shepherd, is not a puppy. His low stature is due to pituitary dwarfism, a genetic disease that occurs in certain breeds of dogs, including German Shepherds, Corgis and Basset Hounds when she found the pet puppy. But she did not know that he would stay …

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People have been exposed to animation for the first time

Through the Mirror: Suspended animation is a term that we hear in many sci-fi films, usually when a person is sent on a long-term space flight. Now scientists have used the technique for the first time in real life to fix extreme injuries. Samuel Tisherman, New Scientist at the University of Maryland's School of Medicine, reported that his team had …

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Gunshot survivors have been traumatized for years, study results

The results of a new study in which shot survivors participated are unlikely to surprise you – but they are no less depressing. It suggests that many years later, many survivors are physically and mentally devastated by their experiences. Interviews with more than 180 gunshot survivors who were treated after January 2008 in a local trauma center. Most were men …

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Wrexham Sepsi's death wife "was refused antibiotics"

Copyright Family Photo Caption Samantha Brousas had just started a new job when her condition worsened The daughter of a woman who died of sepsis in an ambulance after waiting for nearly three hours, has refused to take antibiotics, according to a study by her mother. Samantha Brousas, 49, of Gresford, died on February 23 of last year – two …

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Humans put into suspended animation for first time Science

Doctors have put in a state of suspended animation for the first time in a groundbreaking trial that aims to buy more time for surgeons to save seriously injured patients. replacing the patient's blood with ice-cold saline solution. Known formally as emergency preservation and resuscitation, or EPR, the procedure is being trialled on who sustains Such catastrophic injuries that they …

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Russian "Popeye" has removed 3 pounds of "dead" muscle after DIY bodybuilding injections

A 23-year-old bodybuilder in Russia, nicknamed "Popeye" for his unusually large biceps, recently underwent surgery for the first time on at least three surgeries, removing around 3 pounds of "dead" muscle tissue and injecting a dangerous one Enhancement substance – Synthol – in his biceps and triceps. Kirill Tereshin used "Vaseline" injections or Synthol oil to improve the size of …

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A healthy diet protects the ear

Good eating habits, such as a Mediterranean diet, could reduce hearing loss in women over 50, according to a recent study. The decision to eat more fruits and vegetables, fiber-rich foods, and limiting the intake of sugar and fat in your daily diet has many proven health benefits: reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes, Higher life expectancy, …

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