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We let anyone and everyone interrupt us as isn't it only polite to attend to whoever is interrupting us? We may get to the front of a queue and finally sit down in front of the bank manager. But then his own peon comes to him with a chit which
A 4-year-old girl is in good health after surgeons took apart her skull and pieced it back together like a jigsaw puzzle, the Scottish Daily Record reported. Sophie Campbell was born with a condition called craniosynostosis that caused her skull to
CT The vast majority of claims filed by Indian residential school survivors seeking extra compensation for medical injuries are for hearing loss, respiratory illnesses and broken bones. The Indian Residential Schools Adjudication Secretariat an
After nearly two weeks, including a surgery lasting more than 13 hours that involved removing damaged parts of her brain, they are cautiously optimistic. Screws, bolts and plates now hold together the face of the seventh-grade teacher from Uniontown,
Story It's really hard to tell at this stage what he can hear, but we do see reactions to sound, especially in his therapy sessions, Ms. Gareau said in an interview 10 weeks after Auguste's May 6 surgery...Doctors in the United States have started
Ormia ochracea is not a very likeable creature, even by fly standards. This parasitic fly likes to leave its larvae on the backs of crickets. The larvae burrow inside the cricket and then proceed to eat the cricket alive. But humans who have
why is the brain, arguably the most important organ in an animal's body, covered in a thin bone shell on a stalk rather than behind the protection of the central body mass?
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The gel contains a new drug that appears to halt damage to nerve cells in the ears which leads to some long-term cases of tinnitus. Early results from clinical trials suggest it can halve the volume level of tinnitus in about 40 per cent of sufferers.
David Weber (left), the CEO of Otonomy and Jay Lichter, board member, are shown in this 2011 file photo...San Diego biotech Otonomy filed Friday to raise up to $86 million in an initial public offering , just a few days after releasing positive Phase