Vitamin D ‘heals damaged hearts’

By BBC Vitamin D supplements may help people with diseased hearts, a study suggests. A trial on 163 heart failure patients found supplements of the vitamin, which is made in the skin when exposed to sunlight,...

Merck launches initiative to reduce infertility stigma

By Christine Muchira Merck KGaA, Darmstadt Germany, in partnership with African Fertility Society, African Alliances for Women Empowerment (AFRAWE), and International Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW), marked Commission Status of Women - CSW60...

What’s the normal number of times to poop in a day?

By Huffington Post Everyone Poops isn’t just an excellent children’s book; it’s a fact. No matter how much some people try to deny it, you can’t outsmart biology. And you don’t necessarily want to try...

What it’s like having a baby after losing one

By Huffington Post When my third child was born I bought one of those calendars with the stickers to mark off my sons milestones. I had so much fun documenting his first sounds, first trip,...

‘Batman v Superman’ Dives 68% to $52.4 Million

By Reuters "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" appears to be losing steam as it ends its second weekend in theaters. The critically loathed superhero movie topped the box office, picking up $52.4 million. However, that...

Taylor Swift Shades Bieber At iHeartRadio Music Awards

By Variety The iHeartRadio Music Awards assembled an impressive array of big-name acts for its third edition Sunday at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif., with Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift and Adele among the evening’s big winners. The show...

Study: Paracetamol not effective against Arthritis

By AFP Paracetamol, a common over-the-counter pain-reliever, does not work in the treatment of osteoarthritis, a joint disorder afflicting tens of millions of elderly people, according to a study released Friday. When taken on its own...

Getting Tattooed & Eating Human Ashes: 6 Strange ‘Addictions’

By Live Science Many people get cravings for a cigarette or a glass of wine. But what about a potent desire to get tattoos or eat human ashes? Merriam-Webster defines an addiction as "a strong and...

Surgeons save man’s hand by implanting it into his stomach

By BBC A surgeon in Brazil has saved a man’s hand by implanting it in a pocket in his stomach following an industrial accident. Carlos Mariotti, 42, was operating a machine at a factory when his...

Lab-grown skin sprouts hair and glands

By BBC Scientists in Japan have successfully transplanted mice with lab-grown skin that has more of the organ's working parts in place than ever before. Starting with stem cells made from a mouse's gums, they managed...
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