Thai activists in Pinocchio masks call junta leader 'liar'
Hundreds of pro-democracy activists in Thailand wore cartoon masks portraying the country's junta leader with a long nose, calling him a "liar" for delaying a general election...
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Repeated sick days do not affect children's learning ability, study shows
A fevered and listless child with ear pain, a bad cough or snot running out of their nose is a well-known phenomenon in most families with children.
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This Device Could Be the Answer to Your Sinus Congestion - and It's Under $20
If you've ever noticed some time near the water at the beach makes you feel a lot better when you're congested, you aren't alone. Salt water and salty air have a lot of health...
1 day ago - PopSugar
The 4 remedies for winter runny nose
Dutch researchers found in 2016 that capsaicin, found in spicy food, can improve symptoms of a cold. However, they warned that it may cause irritation at first.
1 day ago - Daily Mail
Unhappy with Your Nose Job- Rhinoplasty Revision FAQs
Are you unhappy with your rhinoplasty results? We wish we could tell you that everyone is happy after plastic surgery, but the reality is, sometimes things go wrong. To avoid...
1 day ago - CARE Plastic Surgery
Why do restaurants look down their noses at requests for low-alcohol wine?
Low-alcohol wines: why do they all taste the same? And what's in them?
1 day ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Baby Sling Safety: New Standards to Keep Infants Safe
If you're a fan of toting your infant around in a baby sling, or you're considering getting one, be aware that these kinds of carriers may pose safety issues. In fact, the U.S...
2 days ago - 24/7 Mom
Women All Over the Internet Are Sharing Photos of Their Noses-Here's Why
One journalist is using her voice-and nose-to spread a message about beauty standards and self-acceptance. Radhika Sanghani is hoping women will join her in a new campaign...
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EFSA's lumpy skin disease recommendation shows promise
The European Food Safety Authority reports vaccines are working against lumpy skin disease but says the ailment has not been eliminated. According to EFSA, outbreaks of lumpy...
3 days ago - Food Safety
The Nose review: Anarchic absurdity makes perfect nonsense
A range of artistic movements in the early 20th century - surrealism, absurdism, Dada - rebelled against the instinct to interpret and find meaning, subverting with nonsensical...
3 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
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Novel Approach That may Help Eradicate Malaria
Novel technology could allow researchers to develop and test new antimalarial drugs.
New ELISA Method for Analysing Cetuximab
Determination of cetuximab in human plasma samples can be made possible with highly sensitive and selective ELISA test.
New Device Finds Fibroblast Subtypes at Low-Cost in RA Patients
Low-cost portable microfluidic device uses single-cell technology to identify how cells influence disease and respond to treatment in rheumatoid arthritis patients.
Flu has killed 97 children but is finally slowing in US
Another 13 children died of flu last week, according to the CDC, but the number of people seeing doctors for flu symptoms fell for the second in the row, suggesting that we...
Antibiotic linked to higher death rates heart disease
The FDA has issued a warning that the broad-spectrum antibiotic clarithromycin may raise the risk of death for heart disease patients and is advising sufferers to steer clear...
The placebo effect is real: Study finds imagining less pain actually brings...
Could coping with pain be a case of mind over matter? A new study from the Netherlands shows that people can ease their pain simply by imagining something to be less painful...
Chief Cause of Alzheimer's Disease and Cognitive Decline Identified
Alzheimer's disease may be caused by a protein called phosphorylated tau which is responsible for cognitive decline. Research looked beyond amyloid-beta plaques and finds that...
ER reduces opioids by more than half using laughing gas
Doctors at St. Joseph's University Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey use laughing gas and dry needling to treat pain associated with broken bones and kidney stones.
Mobile App Reduces Hospital Readmission of Heart Attack Patients
A new mobile app Corrie has been developed to reduce hospital readmission of heart attack patients. It helps to keep track of medications, appointments and life style changes...
Chronic Kidney Disease Linked to Lower IQ Level in Children
The IQ level of children affected with Chronic Kidney Disease was less compared to the normal children. They also had problems with executive function, academic skills, visual...