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Sunday, 25 Aug 2019
After ten years, a surgeons remove 8 embroidery needles that stuck in man’s ass for 10 years
Saturday, Aug 24, 2019 | 11:38 am LT

After ten years, a surgeons remove 8 embroidery needles that stuck in man’s ass for 10 years

News24xx.com -  A man’s decade-long pain in the ass has finally disappeared after a long overdue trip to the hospital. The 55-year-old resident of the Hunan capital of Changsha, surnamed Chen, had experienced a stinging, tingling sensation in his buttocks for the past 10 years. Earlier this month, he finally decided to go in for treatment and an X-ray discovered the culprits: eight emb....
After ten years, a surgeons remove 8 embroidery needles that stuck in man’s ass for 10 years
Saturday, Aug 24, 2019 | 11:38 am LT

After ten years, a surgeons remove 8 embroidery needles that stuck in man’s ass for 10 years

News24xx.com -  A man’s decade-long pain in the ass has finally disappeared after a long overdue trip to the hospital. The 55-year-old resident of the Hunan capital of Changsha, surnamed Chen, had experienced a stinging, tingling sensation in his buttocks for the past 10 years. Earlier this month, he finally decided to go in for treatment and an X-ray discovered the culprits: eight emb...
The speaker of New Zealand's parliament has attracted international attention for babysitting a legislator's newborn child
Friday, Aug 23, 2019 | 11:29 am LT

The speaker of New Zealand's parliament has attracted international attention for babysitting a legislator's newborn child

News24xx.com -  The speaker of New Zealand's parliament has attracted international attention for babysitting a legislator's newborn child while keeping order during a vigorous debate. On Wednesday, speaker Trevor Mallard tweeted a photo of himself giving Labour Party MP Tamati Coffey's newborn boy his bottle, calling the infant, Tutanekai Smith-Coffey, a "very important per...
WHO said the level of microplastics in drinking-water is not yet dangerous for humans
Friday, Aug 23, 2019 | 09:18 am LT

WHO said the level of microplastics in drinking-water is not yet dangerous for humans

News24xx.com -  The World Health Organization (WHO) said Thursday the level of microplastics in drinking-water is not yet dangerous for humans but called for more research into potential future risk.   In its first report into the effects of microplastics on human health, WHO looked into the specific impact of microplastics in tap and bottled water. "The headline messages to reass...
Study : Consumption of fluoridated tap water during pregnancy will lower IQ in infants
Wednesday, Aug 21, 2019 | 09:56 am LT

Study : Consumption of fluoridated tap water during pregnancy will lower IQ in infants

News24xx.com -  A study published Monday linked consumption of fluoridated tap water during pregnancy to lower IQ scores in infants, a finding at odds with decades of public health messaging extolling the mineral's benefits in reducing cavities.  Several outside experts expressed concern over the research's methodology and questioned its conclusions, though some found the result...
Tragic, a man from China had a parasitic worm on his skull since 1989
Wednesday, Aug 21, 2019 | 08:44 am LT

Tragic, a man from China had a parasitic worm on his skull since 1989

News24xx.com -  A man recently had his decades-long headache come to an end when surgeons pulled a parasitic worm from his skull. The 59-year-old man, surnamed Zhang, said that he had been suffering from dizziness and migraines since 1989. Other doctors had diagnosed him with epilepsy and given him medicines, but the drugs didn’t work. A recent scan at a Guangzhou hospital revealed th...
Four several types of antioxidants and the sources that you must know
Tuesday, Aug 20, 2019 | 01:57 pm LT

Four several types of antioxidants and the sources that you must know

News24xx.com -  Severe air pollution in several big cities including Jakarta is extremely worrying as it causes negative impacts on human health such as free radicals that have been linked to lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), heart disease, and diabetes. Other than wearing a respirator or face mask and lessening outdoor activities, there are also other means to be ap...
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