Haider Khalid

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The Brain That Wasn’t Supposed to Heal

Steve Mishkin's unexpected recovery is a case study in luck, split-second decisions, and the many, many things that need to go right for a trauma patient to get well.<p>When Steve Mishkin was brought into the emergency room in December 2014—his skull smashed in several places, his eyes bulging out of …

Scientists Find Evidence of 'Anti-Memories', And It Could Change Our Understanding of Neuroscience

Unmasking the process that silences dormant memories.<p>At one point or another, we've all experienced something that we'd rather forget, so it's a good …

The World’s First Life-Saving Gene Therapy For Children Has the Green Light

Italian scientists along with SmithGlaxoKline, are likely to have gene therapy approved for use in Europe and many children with faulty genes will …

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New Stem Cell Treatment Using Fat Cells Could Repair Any Tissue in The Body

Human trials are expected in 2017.<p>In a world first, Australian scientists have figured out how to reprogram adult bone or fat cells to form stem …

Angola yellow fever outbreak spreads

The number of deaths from a yellow fever outbreak in Angola has risen to 225 with at least another 1,600 infected. However experts fear the numbers could be greater in rural areas where reporting is difficult.<p>A huge preventative vaccination campaign launched in February has already reached 6 …