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01/18/2017
Surgeon collapses to floor of operating theatre after marathon shift - 9news.com.au


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Surgeon collapses to floor of operating theatre after marathon shift
9news.com.au
An exhausted Chinese surgeon collapsed on the operating theatre floor after working 48 hours straight and saving seven lives. CCTV footage posted on YouTube yesterday captured the dramatic moments when Liang Ming's legs buckled and he fell to the ...
Hard-working doctor collapses in operating theatre after working 48 hours straightMirror.co.uk

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01/18/2017
Former US president George Bush snr moved to intensive care - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Former US president George Bush snr moved to intensive care
The Sydney Morning Herald
Houston: Former US President George Bush snr has been moved to an intensive-care unit at a Houston hospital with pneumonia. Bush was stable and resting comfortably after doctors performed a procedure to clear his airway, his office said on Wednesday.
RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know todayNEWS.com.au
How will Barack Obama spend his last day in office?ABC Online
George HW Bush in intensive care with pneumoniaThe Australian
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01/18/2017
Pharmaceutical industry financial ties linked to 'positive' outcomes in clinical trials for new drugs - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Pharmaceutical industry financial ties linked to 'positive' outcomes in clinical trials for new drugs
The Sydney Morning Herald
A new study has found links between medical researchers' financial ties with pharmaceutical companies and "positive" results in clinical trials. The study was published on Wednesday in the British Medical Journal and completed by researchers at several ...

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01/18/2017
Woman suffers heart attack after bite from funnel web spider hidden in her bed - Express.co.uk

Express.co.uk

Woman suffers heart attack after bite from funnel web spider hidden in her bed
Express.co.uk
An arachnophobic mum who was bitten in her own BED by one of the world's most lethal spiders has battled back to health despite suffering a heart attack and having to be given FOUR shots of anti-venom. PUBLISHED: 16:01, Wed, Jan 18, 2017 | UPDATED: ...
'I felt something crawl up my leg': This woman survived every Aussie's worst nightmareNEWS.com.au
NSW woman bitten by a funnel web spider on Boxing DayDaily Mail
Woman's boob bitten by world's DEADLIEST spider as she slept in bedDaily Star

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01/18/2017
A diet rich in fruits and vegetables outweighs the risks of pesticides - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

A diet rich in fruits and vegetables outweighs the risks of pesticides
The Sydney Morning Herald
When you shop for groceries, do you carry a copy of the Environmental Working Group's "Dirty Dozen," list with you? It's a list of the 12 vegetables and fruits with the most pesticides, and some people only buy organic versions of the items on the list ...

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01/17/2017
We're evolving stupid: Icelandic study finds gradual decline in genes linked to education, IQ - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

We're evolving stupid: Icelandic study finds gradual decline in genes linked to education, IQ
NEWS.com.au
EVOLUTION is continuing to shape our future, research from Iceland has found. But not in the way we want. We're losing our ability to learn. A study from the genetics firm deCODE in Reykjavik has uncovered an emerging change in our brains. Put simply ...
Natural selection is weeding out our drive to go to school, study reportsZME Science
Are we slowly breeding our way to stupidity?Genetic Literacy Project
Our Shrinking IQ: New Icelandic Study Shows 0.04 Point Drop In IQ Per DecadeThe Inquisitr
ScienceAlert -Futurism
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01/18/2017
Power is no problem for vegan athletes - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Power is no problem for vegan athletes
The Sydney Morning Herald
"I don't want to be vegan," David Carter once said to his wife. "That's for weaklings." At the time, Carter was an NFL defensive end, weighing in at more than 300 pounds. Growing up in Los Angeles, he was raised on barbecue at his family's restaurant ...

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01/18/2017
'Exploding e-cig cost me 7 teeth, burned my face – and broke my sink!' - The Register

The Register

'Exploding e-cig cost me 7 teeth, burned my face – and broke my sink!'
The Register
NSFW pics A man claims his e-cigarette exploded mid-puff, blew out seven of his teeth, gave him second-degree facial burns, wrecked his bathroom, and put him in intensive care. Andrew Hall, a Toyota car salesman in Pocatello, Idaho, says he was having ...
US man suffers catastrophic injuries after an e-cigarette blew up in his faceNEWS.com.au
Local man seriously injured, loses 7 teeth after e-cig explodes in his faceEast Idaho News
E-cigarette explodes inside Iowa man's mouthFox News
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01/17/2017
Bees are deadlier in South Australia: highest rate of death and hospitalisation in the country - ABC Online

ABC Online

Bees are deadlier in South Australia: highest rate of death and hospitalisation in the country
ABC Online
South Australia has the highest rate of death and hospitalisations caused by anaphylaxis from bee stings per capita across the country. That is according to an Australian-first national analysis from the Australian Venom Unit at the University of ...
Bees pose biggest public health threat in Australia, research showsNews-Medical.net
In Australia, bees and wasps are more dangerous than spiders and snakesScienceAlert
Snakes? Spiders? Australia's deadliest animal will surprise youCNET
Daily Mail -Huffington Post Australia -Cootamundra Herald -BBC News
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01/18/2017
Soft robotic heart sleeve helps pump blood - New Atlas

New Atlas

Soft robotic heart sleeve helps pump blood
New Atlas
Heart failure is a multi-billion-dollar problem that affects 41 million people worldwide. While numerous promising studies, including novel therapies involving 3D printing and bionic heart patches, have been conducted to treat this condition, a ...
Flabby heart keeps pumping with squeeze from robotic sleeveDaily Mail
Robotic Device Hugs the Heart, Helping It PumpLive Science
Soft Robotic Sleeve Shows Promise for Failing HeartsPhilly.com
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