Kate and William Look-Alikes Prank Royal Baby Fans Outside London Hospital

Kate Middleton may have left Bucklebury, but that wasn't her at St. Mary's Hospital this morning! Earlier today, two pranksters apparently sent from Britain's The Sun newspaper pulled a royal trick on fans and journalists by showing up outside Kate's hospital as look-alikes of her and Prince William. According to NBC News, the Kate and William look-alikes arrived at the Lindo Wing (where the Duchess of Camb ...

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Japanese Scientists Created Human liver Cell

 Posted by Rida Zaheer  According to foreign news agency Japanese scientists have for the first time created a functional human liver from stem cells derived from skin and blood. They claimed that their success in future would help in transplant organs made in a laboratory. While it may take another 10 years before lab-grown livers could be used to treat patients, the Japanese scientists say they now have i ...

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Medical inventions of the future

by Written by Michelle Connolly Michelle Connolly takes a look at some of the latest gadgets (and a robot) that tech heads reckon we won't be able to practise without in the future. Robodoc ward round Already used in many hospitals across the US, the RP (Remote Presence)-7 robotic system may look like an industrial-sized upright vacuum cleaner but it's not - it's a robotic doctor. The flatscreen monitor all ...

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How to live in a loving relationship with your husband

By Chaudhry Nasimullah There was a women’s seminar. Topic – “How to live in a loving relationship with your husband?”  Loving relationsh​ip with your husband The women were asked, “‘How many of you love your husband’s?’” All responded positive. Then they were asked, '‘ When was the last time you told husband you loved him?’'  Some women answered today, some yesterday, some didn’t remember. The women were th ...

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Health Official Warns Women of Mustaches Caused by American Milk

Nikolai Vlasov, deputy head of the Federal Veterinary and Phytosanitary Inspection Service, warned that women grow mustaches if they drink certain types of American-produced milk, according to an interview published Wednesday.   The milk in question comes from the dairy cows that receive bovine growth hormone, also known as bovine somatotropin, which boosts the yield, Vlasov said in an interview with Rossii ...

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Study: Over 100 Million Americans Drinking ‘Toxic Trash’ Water

New analysis from Environmental Working Group shows carcinogenic chemical lurking in nation's public water  - Andrea Germanos, staff writer When you pour yourself a glass of tap water or even take a shower, you may be among over 100 million Americans exposing yourself to carcinogenic, "toxic trash." Chemicals linked to a range of health problems including bladder cancer and birth defects have been found mun ...

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EP studies helpful in lumbar spinal stenosis prognosis

Posted By Rida Zaheer Electrophysiological abnormalities have been identified that are of some prognostic value in determining deteriorating clinical status over the long term for patients with mild-to-moderate lumbar spinal stenosis, according to research published in the December issue of the European Spine Journal. (HealthDay)—Electrophysiological abnormalities have been identified that are of some progn ...

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Fish have Enormous Nutrient Impacts, Study Finds

Posted By Zaheerul Hassan Fish play a far more important role as contributors of nutrients to marine ecosystems than previously thought, according to researchers at the University of Georgia and Florida International University. In a pair of papers in the journal Ecology, they show that fish contribute more nutrients to their local ecosystems than any other source-enough to cause changes in the growth rates ...

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