Brooklyn-born brothers Arthur, Raymond and Mortimer (main, with his third wife and daughter) Sackler began a pharmaceutical legacy that would lead to the creation of addictive OxycontinRead More »
Medical devices like pacemakers are at risk for hacking that could have deadly consequences, warns a new report published by the American College of Cardiology.Read More »
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Antony Holly, 22, can't remember his mum, sister, nieces, friends or even his own name after he collapsed at a train station on his commute home to Romford, EssexRead More »
Sophia Marshall, from Wychbold, Worcestershire, was just 18 months old when doctors suggested that her devastated parents take her to a hospice to live out her final days in comfort.Read More »
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Officials have told hockey players to fist-bump each other this year at the Winter Olympics rather than shaking hands to prevent transmission of norovirus, which is highly contagiousRead More »
Rosemary Baker from Southampton is believed to be in a semi-comatose state and suffering from locked-in syndrome. Husband Philip now grieves for the life he hoped they would shareRead More »
Researchers from Michigan University found sending electrical signals from the foot to the base of women's spines causes a tickling tingle that could leave them aroused in just 30 minutes.Read More »