Israel Surgeons Reattach Boy’s Head To Neck After Internal Decapitation

[ad_1] Hadassah Medical Centre doctors reattached a 12-year-old boy’s head to his neck in an exceptionally uncommon and complicated procedure following a terrible accident in which he was hit by a car while riding his bicycle, the Jerusalem hospital reported on Wednesday. Suleiman Hassan, a Palestinian from the West Bank, was taken to Ein Kerem’s … Read more

Aspartame’s Acceptable Daily Intake Reaffirmed As 40 mg Per kg Of Body Weight: Expert Committee

[ad_1] Aspartame acceptable daily intake: The acceptable daily intake of aspartame, an artificial sweetener, has been reaffirmed as 40 milligrams per kilogram of a person’s body weight, according to assessments of the health impacts of aspartame released on July 14, 2023, by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Joint … Read more

‘Superagers’, Or Older Adults With Razor-Sharp Memory, Have Lower Depression Rates: Study

[ad_1] Superagers, or adults in their eighties with razor-sharp memory, have lower rates of depression and anxiety. These adults, who recall everyday events and life experiences with the same accuracy as someone aged 20 to 30 years younger to them, show faster movement speed than other older adults, according to a study published July 14 … Read more

What Is Hereditary Angioedema? Understanding The Inherited Disorder, Its Symptoms And Treatment

[ad_1] Dr T Sathish Kumar As a paediatric rheumatologist, I have encountered various cases of hereditary angioedema (HAE) in my practice. This rare, yet potentially life-threatening condition affects about 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 50,000 individuals. HAE is characterised by episodes of severe, unpredictable swelling in different parts of the body, including the face, … Read more

In A First, FDA Approves Birth Control Pill That Could Be Sold Without A Prescription In The US

[ad_1] In a first, the US Food and Drug Administration has approved a birth control pill which can be sold without a prescription in the country. As a result of this decision, people could avail the contraceptive method more easily than before. The medication, which will be available over the counter, is called Opill, the … Read more

Child In Alwar Suffers From Severe Tremors Because Of Addiction To Online Games

[ad_1] A child in Alwar is suffering from severe tremors because he is addicted to online games, and has lost his mental balance. He has been sent to a special school, news agency ANI reported. Special education teacher Bhavani Sharma said that the child had been playing games like PUBG and Free Fire, and became … Read more

The Science Of Health: Arbovirus Diseases, Sleeping Sickness – Insect-Borne Illnesses

[ad_1] The Science Of Health: Welcome back to “The Science Of Health“, ABP Live’s weekly health column. Last week, we discussed how egg freezing is performed, what its risks are, and how much it costs in India. This week, we discuss the different kinds of diseases caused by insects and arachnids. Since it is monsoon … Read more

Know All About Asthma- Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis And Treatment

[ad_1] New Delhi: The term “asthma” is derived from the Greek word ‘aazein’, which means “to exhale with an open mouth; to gasp.” This condition is the most common cause of school absenteeism, accounting for an estimated 14 million missed school days.  Bronchial asthma tends to have developed steadily since the 1970s, and it now … Read more

The Science Of Health: How Egg Freezing Is Performed, Its Risks, And How Much It Costs In India

[ad_1] The Science Of Health: Welcome back to “The Science Of Health“, ABP Live’s weekly health column. Last week, we discussed why LASIK is performed, how this eye surgery works, and why it is not always successful. This week, we discuss how egg freezing is performed, what its risks are, and how much it costs … Read more

National Doctors’ Day: Doctors Giving Additional 60% Of Their Time To Online Consultations

[ad_1] New Delhi: The last two years have seen a rapid increase in online doctor consultations, and a study has found that doctors dedicated an additional 62 per cent of their time to consult patients beyond committed hours. The study on this post-Covid shift in doctor consultation patterns was done by Practo ahead of National … Read more