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Cancer survivor becomes the first person to get 3D printed face created using SMARTPHONE

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Dr Rodrigo Salazar from Paulista University in Sao Paulo, Brazil, performed the procedure on Carlito Conceiçao, after a tumour ravaged a hole in his cheek.
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Elizabeth, 28, from Brighton, has suffered from worsening anxiety for several years. It is affecting her ability to meet new people but she is reluctant to try medication to treat it.
Fresh from her role as DCI Roz Huntley in Line Of Duty, Thandie Newton recently swept on to the red carpet in a strapless gown that showed off her toned upper body and shoulders.
The idea of growing a colony of worms inside you may sound unappetising, but for thousands of people, it becomes an annual, or even weekly task they perform.
Scientists are finding more and more health benefits to having a quick blast of cold water, including boosting your immune system and easing low mood.
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute in the US modified the drug so it works in three separate ways on bacteria, making it much harder for them to develop resistance.
Air pollution has become a major health problem in Britain, claiming more lives here than in most Western European countries, an alarming UN report revealed last week.
Doctors often don’t ask about sexual orientation and gender identity because they don’t want to make patients uncomfortable. But a new study suggests that concern may be unfounded.
Patients with strep infections were far more likely to suffer damaged heart valves if they had a certain mutation, researchers reported.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has juggling act as he tries to write a Republican health care bill that can pass the Senate
Injury rates among elite young female athletes may be higher than what’s been reported, new data suggest.
While enjoying a glass of wine, many don't realize they are consuming grams of sugar. Red is the best option for dieters while dessert wines should be avoided with nearly two teaspoons of sugar.
In a major trial, rVSV-ZEBOV caused mild side effects including headache, fatigue and muscle pain, but those side effects don't appear to be long term.
Leeds University researchers found no difference in death rates between patients given beta-blockers and those who weren't in the 12 months after they suffered a heart attack.
HIV is notorious for lying dormant in immune cells in a way that even the most developed and expensive methods could not spot.
Overheated cities face climate change costs at least twice as big as the rest of the world because of the 'urban heat island' effect, new research shows.
A team of scientists has designed a powerful bacterial sensor with a stable gene circuit in a colonizing bacterial strain that can record gut inflammation for six months in mice. This study offers a s
Think of the professions that demand a high level of expertise. From medical practitioners to auto mechanics, we all want to know that we have someone who takes care of us. Someone that’s honest
Providing new mothers with a “baby box” - a cardboard bassinet with a mattress and fitted cotton sheet - reduces the likelihood that they’ll adopt the unsafe habit of sharing a bed with their newborn,
Canadian academics have found REM sleep behaviour disorder - which often causes movement while dreaming - is the strongest predictor of neurodegenerative disease.
Both genders can suffer lasting harm, but much different, by being exposed to the 7,000 chemicals in smoke, Edinburgh University experts say.
Flushing out the fallopian tubes — a procedure that’s been around since 1917 — may be just as effective, cheaper and far less risky than IVF, study finds
NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Thousands of survivors of devastating floods and landslides in Sri Lanka are at risk of potentially fatal diseases such as dengue fever, charities warned on Mo
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. - The New Westminster School District says counsellors are helping students and staff cope with the death of a teen who took an unknown drug. Police say the ......
Dr Amy Reed, 44, died of cancer on May 24 in Philadelphia. The anesthesiologist and mother-of-six had her cancer upstaged to stage 4 after a morcellator spread cancerous cells.
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Abundant rainfall fell last week in most of Ivory Coast's main cocoa growing regions, sparking fears that flooding could hinder harvesting of what is otherwise expected to be a str
GENEVA (Reuters) - The United States has notified the other 163 members of the World Trade Organization that it is considering putting emergency "safeguard" tariffs on imported solar cells, according
(Reuters) - A powerful earthquake struck an area southeast of the Indonesian city of Palu on the island of Sulawesi on Monday, prompting people to flee from their homes though there was no tsunami war
Flushing out the fallopian tubes — a procedure that’s been around since 1917 — may be just as effective, cheaper and far less risky than IVF, study finds
Older people are the group most likely to need cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), but they are the least likely to have training in the life-saving technique, according to new findings.
VANCOUVER - A battle over the leadership of the BC Nurses Union is heading to the province's labour relations board. Will Offley was hoping to unseat incumbent Gayle Duteil, but says ...
The finding, led by researchers at Columbia University in New York, could put a stop to clinical trials of the controversial technology scheduled in the US next year.
PARIS (Reuters) - Duck farmers in southwestern France resumed operations on Monday with the latest outbreak of bird flu now deemed to be under control after the culling of millions of birds and a six-
BATHURST, N.B. - A New Brunswick judge has banned an anti-abortion group from demonstrating outside a hospital in northern New Brunswick. Court of Queen's Bench Judge Reginald Leger granted a permane
Researchers in Canada monitored a group of 38 adults with vascular cognitive impairment, the second most common cause of dementia after Alzheimer's. The results were stark, they said.

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