Three pods having 35 pilot whales got stranded in shallow water Everglades National Park. Since then efforts are being to secure them.
It has been found that 11 whales have already died. Out of the mentioned number, six were found dead and rest of them was euthanized. One of the biggest problems that were coming in rescuing these pilot whales was that they were cooperating with the rescuers.
A group of scientists in a sea ice camp on the Arctic Ocean has found new facts that are able to prove that any change in climate could have dangerous implications on the food web in the far north.
There are many women who complain of losing sexual desire after menopause. This feeling has been seen among women who have naturally gone into menopause phase or through surgical measures as well.
In order to revive that sex drive, two studies have been carried out. One of the studies looked out for the amount of testosterone needed to develop effects related with testosterone.
A research has taken place on facial transplants and it concludes that the operation time for full-face transplant can be shorten and with better results.
For the imaging study, case of 28-year-old US man and two other full transplants were taken. Their surgeries have taken place at Brigham in 2011. The imaging study was able to show how patients' new blood vessels are getting formed.
In a recent finding the NHS hospitals in England seem, by all accounts, to be apportioning access to basic non-emergency care provided by the hospital according to an audit.
Dr Foster's team for research did a study, of the three key methods like knee, hip and cataract surgeries. During the last 10 years, tolerant numbers have been climbing as might be normal with an ageing populace.
Latest data suggests that close to 600 youngsters including children as junior as 11 years old start with cigarette smoking each day in the whole of UK.
Cancer Research UK and Imperial College London discovered that approximately 463 kids begin smoking daily in Britain including 50 in Scotland, 30 in Wales and 19 in Northern Ireland.
An alert for Formula 1 racing fans: if they want to enjoy the race at safe noise levels, they would need to wear both earplugs and earmuffs.
The above mentioned revelation has been made in a research carried out by a group of researchers from the University of Texas at Austin. The researchers were of the view that Formula 1 racing is so full of noise that there is risk of hearing loss.
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