Confused malcontents swilling Chardonnay while awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse.
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Latest Jul-9 by Di (amina046)
I am one of them.
A 53-year-old violinist performs during surgery to remove a brain tumour to ensure the parts of her brain that control hand coordination are not affected.
BiomeBank's founders want to increase accessibility to faecal transplants and are encouraging more people to donate their poo.
Why are there so few antivirals? The answer boils down to biology, and specifically the fact viruses use our own cells to multiply. This makes it hard to kill viruses without killing our own cells in the process.
Melbourne researchers say they're a step closer to an effective malaria vaccine in a new study, with scientists hoping a similar strategy could be deployed in the race for a coronavirus vaccine.
However, Johnson & Johnson will keep selling talc-based products elsewhere in the world, even as it faces more than 16,000 lawsuits from consumers claiming the products caused their cancer.
Police want greater access to a controversial forensic technique that helps track down perpetrators by linking crime scene DNA to their family members.
If your doctor has labelled your cervix one to watch following a cervical screening test, this is a handy guide to read over after your appointment.
Naegleria fowleri, a rare brain-eating amoeba that enters the body through the nose and travels up to the brain and spinal cord, usually causing death, has infected a person in the US.
It should be called Trumpleria Dumbleris...it eats trumpanzees brains...