Kylie Jenner Thinks She'll be the Next of Her Friends to Have a Baby

A sibling for Stormi? Kylie Jenner believes she’s the most likely to have a baby next out of her friends. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 22, was playing “Most Likely To” in a throwback YouTube video published on Friday, March 27, with Yris Palmer, Victoria Villarroel and Anastasia Karanikolaou. “Hi guys! We filmed this a few weeks ago […]

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McDonald's, Tesco, Lidl and more have tape on the floor to encourage distancing

If you’ve been out lately (don’t unless you really have to – stay home as much as you can!), you may have noticed some markings on the floor. Whether you’re popping out for essentials or for a quick bite because there’s nothing in stores, you might have seen tape around some of your usual faves. It’s very important you pay […]

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Deadly SARS 2.0 may have originated in a bat cave 16 YEARS AGO

Deadly coronavirus may have originated in a bat cave 16 YEARS AGO: Scientists say latest disease is a 96% match to a strain discovered in 2004 Chinese study Wuhan Institute of Virology researchers raided cave in Yunnan province in 2004  Scientists found hundreds of different coronavirus strains in bat droppings One of the strains is a 96% match with the […]

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Why many children with autism have oral health problems

The World Health Organisation estimates that one in 160 children around the world has an autism spectrum disorder. Autism is a condition related to the development of the brain and is usually noticeable by the time a child is three years old. Statistics aren’t available for any African country, so researchers like me in South Africa are using international prevalence […]

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It’s taking too long to treat rural Aussies who have a stroke

Addressing inequity between metropolitan and regional acute stroke care requires attention to each component of regional workflow, according to the authors of a Perspective published in the Medical Journal of Australia. About 56 000 strokes occur in Australia annually at an estimated economic cost of $5 billion per year; in regional Australia strokes occur at a rate of 250 per […]

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Women who take the Pill have a smaller hypothalamus in the brain

Women who take the Pill each day have an ‘essential’ brain region which is 6% SMALLER, scientists discover The hypothalamus is crucial for the normal production of hormones The small region plays a role in mood, appetite, sex drive and sleep This is the first time changes to its size have been found in women using the Pill   Early research […]

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Is LASIK Surgery Safe? A Former FDA Adviser Raises Doubts—But Here's What Eye Docs Have to Say

Millions of Americans have had LASIK eye surgery to correct their vision, but a retired adviser who was on the FDA committee that approved the procedure in 1996 is calling for it to be banned. According to Morris Waxler, PhD, LASIK has left many people with bad vision, and even driven some to suicide. “Essentially we ignored the data on […]

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Study: Children with intellectual disability have less access to healthcare than children with autism

A study completed by researchers at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine has found that children with Intellectual Disability (ID) have less access to medical care than children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The investigation was led by Kelly Haller, a second-year medical student. Haller, from Strongsville, Ohio, has always been highly interested in behavioral pediatrics. This led […]

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