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The 'Chip' in Your Brain!

...en the unique human brain and the digital computer mans closest imitation to it, is fallacious. However his recent research has forced him to perceive that there are a lot of similarities that can be seen between the two 'think-tanks'. The research headed by Prof.O'Rielly, has elucidated that the neuro...

SMS Help-line to Provide Answers for HIV/AIDS Queries

...d: "It is an anonymous interface, a counsellor who mans the help-line round-the-clock sends a tailor-made reply to each user's SMS query within 24 hours, no matter how personal or complex the questions are. "The SMS help-line is a great ignorance buster and is targeted at the urban and semi-urban youngs...

Surgeons Shocked By Green-Blooded Man

...essure during the surgery, it was noticed that the mans blood was greenish black. The doctors were puzzle...he migraine medication the patient was taking. The mans leg surgery went ahead successfully and his blood returned to normal once he went off the drug. Th...

Dogs Reasoning on Par With Human Toddlers: Study

They are mans best friends, and now dogs have surprised research... Vienna then carried out a similar study to see if mans best friend was capable of behaving in the same way. As a part of this experiment, they trained a...

Double Lung Transplant Man in Michigan Recovering

...ng transplant since November. On Monday when the mans chest had been cut open and his lungs exposed to the air in the operating room, came the report that the plane carrying precious organs meant for the man had crashed shortly after it took off. Everything had to be closed up and an agonizing wait fo...

Research Says Small Penis Syndrome Affects Men Than Women

Women are much more interested in a mans personality and looks than the size of his penis, but men can experience real anxiety even if they are average sized, according to a research review published in the June issue of the urology journal BJU International. Dr Kevan Wylie from the Porte...

Saving Powers Of The Ocean On The Wane

..., unpredictable climate changes and even threat to mans very existence on earth, warn scientists....

Transplanted Heart Goes to a Second Recipient in a Rare Surgery

...ke appearance. The disease is progressive, and the mans heart became more and more disabled despite the best medical therapy. According to Czer, the patient first went on the waiting list for a heart transplant in 2002 but he improved and came off the list for several years. About a year ago, his condit...

Drink-drivers Not Influenced by Ads Unless It Affects Them Personally

...an is morphed into a policeman, then a lawyer, the mans employer, and finally his girlfriend. Since the young man fails a breath test, he loses his licence for a year and has to pay a hefty fine. He also loses a job that depends on being able to drive, and probably his girlfriend. The departments resea...

Mens Sexual Prowess Not Affected by Prostate Cancer Drug

...18,000 men, showed that finasteride could reduce a mans chances of getting prostate cancer by almost 25 percent. In earlier studies, some men taking finasteride reported decreased libido, impotence and other signs of diminished sexual function. But researchers conducting the new study reported that the...

500 Pound Man Rescued After 12 Hour Ordeal From Wisconsin River

...g he was too heavy. The river conditions and the mans weight complicated the effort to get him out. As many as 50 rescuers on the ground responded, with the first reaching Rike about 9 p.m. Crews tried to get to Rike with boats and canoes, but the watercraft ran aground in shallow water. Rescuers tr...

Male Wallflowers-Watch Your Heart

...ese men with the questionnaires to understand each mans personality type. Their analysis revealed that the most of the men who were shy died either due to a heart attack or stroke and the overall risk of such death 50 percent higher than men who were more sociable. The researchers also studied the mens...

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