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Trilobites: Sleepless flies have lived long lives. Why not us?

Sleep – this absurd and amazing habit of losing consciousness for hours – is so universal in the animal kingdom that we generally assume that it is essential for survival. Now, however, scientists who have repeatedly disturbed the sleep of… Continue Reading →

Medicinal cannabis: why did it take so long to reach patients? • Good Medical

Copyright of the image Google Medicinal cannabis was legalized last year, but so far virtually no one in the UK has been able to access it. Now, enough cannabis to treat 30 patients for a month has arrived in the… Continue Reading →

The paradox of the Holocaust: A long life for those who have survived • Good Medical

Peter R. Orszag is a columnist for Bloomberg Opinion. He is vice president of investment banking at Lazard. He was Director of the Office of Management and Budget from 2009 to 2010 and Director of the Budget Office of Congress… Continue Reading →

Antibiotics linked to long stays at the hospital for asthma

Use of antibiotics in hospitalized patients for asthma Exacerbations can lead to longer stays in the hospital and increased costs, without reducing the risk of treatment failure, according to a study. published online January 28th in JAMA Internal Medicine. "These… Continue Reading →

How long can a person survive in subfreezing temperatures?

With a Polar Vortex sweep the the coldest air of the generation In much of the country, officials worry about seeing more tragedies like the one that killed a young man in Minnesota last weekend. Police said Ali Gombo, 22,… Continue Reading →

Hospitals are obliged to publish price lists, long kept secret: ANALYSIS

This story is from Kaiser Health News While President Donald Trump was fighting with Congress over the closing and financing of a border wall, his administration has put in place a new rule that could change the game. Health care…. Continue Reading →

"A missing link" in human history confirmed after a long debate – CNN • Good Medical

The fossils of Australopithecus sediba have been fueling the scientific debate since their discovery at the Malapa fossil site in South Africa 10 years ago. And now, the researchers have established that they are closely related to the genus Homo,… Continue Reading →

"A missing link" in human history confirmed after a long debate

The fossils of Australopithecus sediba have been fueling the scientific debate since their discovery at the Malapa fossil site in South Africa 10 years ago. And now, the researchers have established that they are closely related to the genus Homo,… Continue Reading →

After survival and escape, missing adolescence now faces a long road to recovery, according to experts • go.com

To the delight of her family and supporters across the country, Jayme Closs, the 13-year-old girl who has been missing since October 15, was found alive on Thursday night. Interested in Jayme Closs? Add Jayme Closs to stay up-to-date with… Continue Reading →

After survival and escape, missing adolescence now faces a long recovery path, say experts

For the joy of her family and her fans across the country, Jayme Closs, the 13-year-old girl who has been missing since October 15, was found alive Thursday night. Interested in Jayme Closs? Add Jayme Closs to stay up-to-date with… Continue Reading →

Dealing with the devil has long been part of medicine

Thirty children from Amsterdam began to show signs of a disturbing affliction during the winter of 1566. The symptoms would manifest themselves without warning: the children would first be seized by a frenzy violent, then fell to the ground, the… Continue Reading →

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