About 20 years ago, doctors first used a stent—an inflatable tube, usually metal or plastic—to reopen blocked blood vessels around the heart. Since, it’s become a standard of care for relieving heart-related chest pain. 509 more words
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Summer’s just ended (although if you’re from London you wouldn’t feel that – it’s never even been summer at all) and you already started packing. You kiss your mum/pupper/teddy bear other half goodbye and wipe off that nasty tear thing that’s gotten into your eye. 700 more words
It is often said that every dark cloud has a silver lining but for UP’s Sarvantara village the wait for that silver lining has been way too long, but fortunately the day has come after nearly 70 years. 323 more words
Scientists in Bristol, UK, have developed a programme researching the application of MDMA as a treatment for addiction, according to The Independent.
The original study in the usage of MDMA in addiction treatment began at Imperial College London and clinical psychiatrist and senior research fellow at Imperial College London Dr Ben Sessa stated on his website: 266 more words