Almost no person knows what to do during a heart attack. At that moment panic begins and the maximum we can do is call an ambulance. What to do when you’re all alone and surrounded by no one? What would you do if the nearest hospital was a couple of hours away and you just had no one who could help you?
Doctors bowed their heads in front of 11-year-old Yaawi Liang, who died of brain cancer. After learning about the disease, he volunteered to donate his organs to several people, thus saving their lives. Shortly before his death, he told his mother: ‘There are so many beautiful people in the world, doing good every day. I want to be one of them.’
A Ukrainian doctor overseeing the treatment of patients at a mobile hospital in eastern Ukraine has revealed during a television interview that he has ordered the castration of captured Russian soldiers. Speaking to TV host Yevgeny Kiselyov on the Ukraine-24 news channel, Gennadiy Druzenko explained he had given strict orders to disfigure Russian prisoners of war, who he referred to as cockroaches.
For the first time ever, scientists have recorded the activity of a dying human brain, discovering that it showed the same patterns as seen during dreaming, memory recall and meditation, a new study has revealed.
Anyone who has ever been medically operated on knows that before the procedure commences, they must sign a disclaimer notice absolving the hospital or its staff from claims if things go wrong.
MARCH 2020, professor Stefano Montanari one of Italy’s most experienced medical experts opined: ‘The corona vaccine is a scam. When this absurdity ends millionaires will be billionaires.’
One of the fishermen feared dead when a Spanish fishing vessel sank off the Newfoundland coast earlier this week was the sole survivor of another maritime tragedy in Galway Bay over two decades ago. In October 2000, Ricardo Arias Garcia, a native of Marin in Spain, was plucked from the Skerd Rocks in outer Galway Bay by the Irish Coast Guard helicopter operating from Shannon.
Professor Luc Montagnier, a French scientist whose Paris laboratory discovered the HIV virus in the 1980s, has passed away aged 89. Montagnier earned a joint Nobel Prize in 2008 for his work in identifying HIV.
A parliamentary committee is set to investigate scare ads created by the UK government’s shadowy ‘behavioural insights’ team to nudge the public into obeying Covid-19 restrictions. The move comes amid concerns about the grossly unethical use of the unit to inflate fear levels.
Throughout Britain, the fragmenting European Union the once respected police find themselves in the frontlines not against the criminal class but against their working-class from which many themselves sprung.