By: Leonard J Sherrott
Euthanasia is generally regarded as either assisted suicide or manslaughter. In most civilized countries, both are illegal. Whether the former is ethical or not is always bound to remain a point of conjecture. A number of arguments could be mounted to support the negative. Religious...
Study: Drinking coffee may be good for your liver
By: Andrew Moran
The morning fix may be just what the doctor ordered, at least according to the findings of a new study. A study by a group of international researchers at the Duke University School of Medicine in North Carolina found that caffeinated beverages may protect a...
The Euthanasia of Human Beings is Unethical
By: Amber Celeste
Dorland’s Medical Dictionary defines “euthanasia” as the deliberate ending of the life of a person suffering from an incurable and painful disease. Perhaps more accurately described in the case of human beings as physician-assisted suicide, the process of euthanasia in most countries around...
Study: Chinese researchers suggest Vitamin B may protect against strokes
By: Penne Cole
Taking Vitamin B supplements may just save your life. In a study led by Yan Ji MD of the First Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University, researchers have found that taking Vitamin B supplements lowered homocysteine levels, which reduced the risk of a stroke. The study...
Chinese doctors grow new nose on patient's own forehead
By: Sun Meilan
Medical research is progressing every day. Things that even a few months ago wouldn’t have seemed possible are now being done on a regular basis. Luckily for a young Chinese man whose nose became damaged following a traffic accident, it is now possible to...
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