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What is the Rarest Blood Type?

In general, we have about 36 blood group systems. So, aside from the regular ABO system that we are very familiar with, we also have the Rh group, the Kell system, and more. But there are blood types that are very rare that less than a hundred people in the world have been identified to …

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Dr. Carlo Urbani recognized the emergence of a outbreak of pneumonia as a new epidemic and immediately notified the WHO, personally flying to Hanoi to investigate. He would die this day in 2003 of SARS, having triggered the most effective response to an epidemic in history.

Carlo Urbani Carlo Urbani (Italian pronunciation: [ˈkarlo urˈbaːni]; Castelplanio, Italy October 19, 1956 – Bangkok, Thailand March 29, 2003) was an Italian doctor and microbiologist and the first to identify severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) as a new and dangerously contagious viral disease. Although he became infected and died, his early warning to the World …

Dr. Carlo Urbani recognized the emergence of a outbreak of pneumonia as a new epidemic and immediately notified the WHO, personally flying to Hanoi to investigate. He would die this day in 2003 of SARS, having triggered the most effective response to an epidemic in history. Read More »

Meet “Latchkey Incontinence” – a phenomenon where the urge to urinate gets stronger the closer you are to a bathroom. One example would be when you put your key in your front door when returning home from work.

Why Do I Feel Like I’m Most Gonna Piss Myself When I’m Inches Away from the Toilet? It’s an all-too-common feeling: You’ve left work, run some errands and ordered Postmates for dinner from the convenience of your car. You think you’ve got everything under control (the contents of your bladder most of all), but once …

Meet “Latchkey Incontinence” – a phenomenon where the urge to urinate gets stronger the closer you are to a bathroom. One example would be when you put your key in your front door when returning home from work. Read More »

Depression actually alters vision, making the world appear far more dull and monochrome. This is due to lower Retinal activity in comparison to someone that doesn’t suffer from Depression.

How depression makes the world seem gray, from the Harvard Mental Health Letter Depression is often referred to as “the blues.” New research suggests it should actually be called “the grays.” To someone who is depressed, the world can seem flat or dull. This was long thought to be purely psychological. It turns out, though, …

Depression actually alters vision, making the world appear far more dull and monochrome. This is due to lower Retinal activity in comparison to someone that doesn’t suffer from Depression. Read More »

The little boy known as Batkid who “saved” San Francisco while battling leukemia in 2013 is now cancer free.

Batkid declared cancer-free 5 years after “saving” San Francisco “Batkid” in California declared cancer-free CBSN Live “Batkid” in California declared cancer-free Nov 14, 2018 00:20 buttons/button-playertray-rightbuttons/button-playertray-right Miles Scott was fighting leukemia when he suited up as five-year-old Batkid to battle Penguin and the Riddler in front of a crowd of thousands in San Francisco. He …

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Here’s a fact about Dr. Donald Hopkins. He helped eradicate Smallpox, and is on the verge of killing another disease. He’s taken Guinea Worm Disease down from 3.5 million cases a year to just 28 cases last year.

Dr. Donald Hopkins helped wipe smallpox from the planet. He won’t rest until he’s done the same for Guinea worm disease. Hopkins has been fighting the parasite for 37 years. Health officials believe that, with vigilance, the disease will soon be eradicated globally. Photograph by Melissa Golden At an open-air hospital in northern Ghana, Donald …

Here’s a fact about Dr. Donald Hopkins. He helped eradicate Smallpox, and is on the verge of killing another disease. He’s taken Guinea Worm Disease down from 3.5 million cases a year to just 28 cases last year. Read More »

To determine which movie characters best embodied psychopathic traits, forensic psychiatrist Samuel Leistedt and ten colleagues watched 400 movies over 3 years. Their winner: Anton Chigurh from “No Country for Old Men.”

Psychiatrists studied 400 movies to find the most realistic psychopath — here are their 6 key takeaways Two angles facing left, which often indicate, “return to the beginning.” Two angles facing right, which often indicate, “advance to the end.” Orion Pictures Psychopathy, loosely defined, is a combination of cold-heartedness and violence. The most extreme psychopaths …

To determine which movie characters best embodied psychopathic traits, forensic psychiatrist Samuel Leistedt and ten colleagues watched 400 movies over 3 years. Their winner: Anton Chigurh from “No Country for Old Men.” Read More »

Scientists found cancer in a 1.7 million year old foot bone and a 2 million year old spine from two ancient hominin specimens in South Africa. Before these finds, the oldest dated cancer in a human was only 120,000 years old.

Scientists have found evidence of cancer in a foot bone and spine from two ancient hominin specimens in South Africa. A team of scientists from the the University of the Witwatersrand’s Evolutionary Studies Institute and the South African Centre for Excellence in PalaeoSciences made and recorded the discoveries, and they say the bones provide a …

Scientists found cancer in a 1.7 million year old foot bone and a 2 million year old spine from two ancient hominin specimens in South Africa. Before these finds, the oldest dated cancer in a human was only 120,000 years old. Read More »

The G-Spot was going to be called the “Whipple Tickle” after its discoverer, Dr Beverley Whipple, but Whipple wanted it named after Dr Ernst Grafenberg, who was the first to suggest the presence of some kind of sensitive area, instead

The G-spot – the mysterious female erogenous zone – may not actually exist, says new research. But for many women and their partners, the quest to find the so-called G-spot has ended in frustration. The term itself is much more recent – having been popularised by academic Beverly Whipple, along with John Perry in 1982, …

The G-Spot was going to be called the “Whipple Tickle” after its discoverer, Dr Beverley Whipple, but Whipple wanted it named after Dr Ernst Grafenberg, who was the first to suggest the presence of some kind of sensitive area, instead Read More »

The show Scrubs has one of the most accurate portrayals of the actual way a hospital runs and all of its medical cases are taken from real life medical cases.

Considering these medical inaccuracies, we ranked 10 popular hospital shows on a scale from 1 (totally unrealistic) to 10 (doctor-approved). Source: https://www.tvinsider.com/gallery/realistic-accurate-medical-tv-shows/#11 Which Medical Shows Are Most Realistic? Ranking ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ ‘The Good Doctor’ & More Not one medical show on TV is 100 percent accurate, but some are definitely closer to reality than others. …

The show Scrubs has one of the most accurate portrayals of the actual way a hospital runs and all of its medical cases are taken from real life medical cases. Read More »