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World Epilepsy Week - 2007

...n unusual giftedness. Some scientists have however discredited this "epilepsy and genius" connection. Dr. Jerome Engel, Professor of Neurology at the University of California School of Medicine and author of the book Seizures and Epilepsy says: "There is no evidence... that either epileptic seizures or a pre...

Autism Case Hearing Still to Produce Clinching Evidence on Vaccine Linkage

... that the autism-vaccination claims, despite being discredited by researchers, will scare parents out of vaccinating their children. This appears to have happened in other countries, such as Britain, leading to mini-epidemics of diseases such as measles (which, ironically, can cause brain damage)....

The Forgotten Indian Medical Genius

.... I have written about it in my book. SubbaRow had discredited one of the Nobel prizes given to a British and German biochemist. He had disproved their theory with his own findings. The irony is that others with similar discoveries got the Nobel and even many of those who took forward his own discoveries got the...

Dr Ozone's Past Catches up with Him

... American states. Sartori, a convicted felon and discredited Austrian doctor has served five years jail in Virginia from 1999 and nine months in a New York jail in 1996. Hellfried Erwin Sartori is also known as Professor Abdul-Haqq Sartori. He migrated to the US in 1976. While Sartori is hailed by some of hi...

A New Study Discredits The Myth Of Sexual Intercourse Late In Pregnancy Speeds Labour & Delivery

... issue of the journal Obstetrics & Gynaecology has discredited the widely held belief that engaging in sexual intercourse during the final weeks of pregnancy can accelerate labour and delivery//. The study conducted by the Ohio state University Medical centre contradicts the belief and states that just the opp...

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