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ANCIENT 2,000 YR OLD CORPSE STILL LIKE BRAND NEW IN CHINA ALLOWS DEATH CAUSE VERIFICATION IN VIDEO

Saturday, October 8th, 2016

Remarkably preserved body mystifies scientists as to how it was done.

The 2000-year-old corpse of a Chinese woman named Xin Zhui still had pliable organs & limbs

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HORROR STORIES OF TREATMENTS & SCARY HEALTH ISSUES ON THESE 20 VIDEOS

Saturday, August 16th, 2014

1…BLACK SALVE OINTMENT TREATMENT.

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2…Maggot found in Taiwanese woman’s ear after

she complained about earache


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3…World’s Weirdest – Larva Removed from a

Girl’s Scalp

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4…Blood Clot – Bizarre ER

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5…Massive Head Splinter – Bizarre ER

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6…Balloons in the Head | Bizarre ER

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7…Growing Up Without A Face

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8…Abigail & Brittany Hensel –

The Twins Who Share a Body

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9…The Girl Who Never Ate –

Extraordinary People – Documentary

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10…Nick Vujicic – No arms no legs no worries –

look at yourself after watching this!

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11…The Eight-Limbed Boy – Documentary

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12…The Boy Who Sees Without Eyes

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13…Tourette’s Syndrome – Life With Tourette’s

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14…10 Year Olds – Terri Calvesbert: Extraordinary

People – Documentary – My Shocking Story

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15…My Face is Eating Me Alive – Documentary

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16…The 46 Year Pregnancy – Documentary

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17…Octopus Man – Documentary

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18…I Woke Up in a Morgue – Documentary

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19…The Boy With The Incredible Brain – Documentary

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20…Shwachman – Diamond Syndrome (SDS) –

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DOG VIDEO SHOWS DOG GIVES BIRTH TO PUP WITH HUMAN FEATURES

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

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HUMAN BORN FROM APE SURROGATE SHOWN IN THIS VIDEO

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

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VIDEO SHOWS NEWBORN PIGLET WITH HUMAN HEAD

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

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SEX MANIAC VIAGRA FOOD IN WATERMELON.EAT DRINK & GET LAID

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010
The watermelon strengthens human body.Sex maniac food.
23.07.2010

Scientists have found that watermelons have many health benefits, not the least of which is its ability to act like Viagra. According to a study from the University of Texas, “The more we study watermelons, the more we are convinced of how amazing the fruit is by providing elements that strengthen the human body.” Researchers have found similar ingredients to those of Viagra and its use could increase libido.

The key to the added benefits of eating watermelons are in their content of citrulline, a substance that has the ability to produce a relaxation of the capillaries. When the substance is converted into an amino acid called arginine, it produces wonders in the heart, in the circulatory system and maintains a good immune system.

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KOALA BEAR SURVIVES MULTIPLE GUNSHOT WOUNDS BUT MAY YET DIE FROM LEAD POISONING

Saturday, November 20th, 2010

Lead poisoning may now kill off Frodo

Kym Agius

November 20, 2010

A baby koala fights for life after being shot.Baby koala Frodo fights for life after being shot. Photo: Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors

Veterinarians fear a baby koala that survived a gunshot will succumb to lead poisoning.

The joey, named Frodo, was found on November 5 in Kenilworth, in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, with 15 shotgun pellets lodged in her head and body, an Australia Zoo spokeswoman said.

Frodo’s skull was fractured and her stomach and intestines damaged in the attack.

She underwent two operations, but eight pellets are still lodged in her body.

Doctor Amber Gillett from the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital said some of the pellets were lodged in Frodo’s stomach and intestinal tract which they feared would lead to toxicity.

“The lead pellets are still a concern, although at this stage there is no evidence that poisoning has occurred, it is still our highest priority and will continue to be monitored,” Dr Gillett said.

Dr Gillett, who operated on Frodo, said the pellets were too hard to reach and won’t be operated on at this stage.

“I think we will leave them to see if they pass,” she said.

“If they don’t pass then she will go on treatment to prevent toxicity.”

The other pellets lodged in Frodo’s body are superficial and won’t cause any problems.

Despite the poisoning fears, Dr Gillett said Frodo was making good progress, and was even eating eucalyptus leaves on her own.

She also enjoys an enclosure with another baby koala, and the two often play.

“She’s climbing around the trees, looking like a normal koala now,” Dr Gillett said.

“She has a real fighting spirit in her.”

“Frodo is a very alert little girl and has been moving around freely by herself.”

She is expected to remain in care for a minimum of six to eight months or until she has reached pre-release size of four kilograms.

“Our aim is to get her back into the wild. She came in as a wild koala and as the law states, they need to be returned to the wild,” Dr Gillett said.

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THROWAWAY HEART PUMP FOR INFANTS

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

New pump made for infant heart surgery


WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI) — U.S. researchers say they’ve developed a new heart pump that could help infants born with congenital heart defects survive necessary surgeries.

Scientists at Purdue University have created a “viscous impeller pump” for children born with univentricular circulation, a congenital heart disease that is the leading cause of death from birth defects in the first year of a child’s life, a university release said Tuesday.

The normal human heart contains two pumping chambers, called ventricles.

One circulates oxygenated blood throughout the body, while the other less-powerful ventricle circulates deoxygenated blood to the lungs.

Children born with univentricular circulation have only one functioning ventricle but can survive if blood vessels in the heart are restructured in a series of open-heart surgeries.

At least 30 percent of babies do not survive the surgeries, called the Fontan procedures.

To improve the survival rate, Purdue engineers and researchers developed the new mechanical pump to assist the heart during surgeries.

“A big advantage of this pump is that it gets delivered through the skin with a catheter without open heart surgery,” Steven Frankel, a Purdue University professor of mechanical engineering, said.

“It is designed to be in the body for two weeks at most, almost like a disposable item,” Frankel said.

The researchers have received a $2.1 million, four-year grant from the National Institutes of Health’s National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to continue developing the heart pump, Purdue said.

Copyright 2010 by United Press International

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THE REGENERATION OF THE HUMAN HEART & THE REGULAR REPLACEMENT OF BODY PARTS AS THEY WEAR OUT

Friday, August 13th, 2010


Cell reprogramming breakthrough could mend broken hearts

Heart disease remains one the biggest killers in the Western world. When a heart attack or heart failure occurs, permanent damage often results, destroying live cells and leaving the patient with irreversible scarring. Now scientists at the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease (GICD) have discovered a new technique to create healthy beating heart cells from structural cells, opening up the possibility of regenerating damaged hearts. Read More

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MORPHINE WORKS WONDERS ON CANCER TUMOURS

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

Morphine Blocks Tumor Growth,

Study Suggests

Science (July 28, 2010) — Current research suggests that taking morphine can block new blood vessel and tumor growth. The related report by Koodie et al, “Morphine suppresses tumor angiogenesis through a HIF1?/p38MAPK pathway,” appears in the August 2010 issue of the American Journal of Pathology.


Morphine is currently the gold standard of analgesics used to relieve severe pain and suffering. Angiogenesis, or new blood vessel growth, is critical for tumor progression from dormant to malignant. Morphine is commonly used to treat cancer pain, but the effects of morphine use on new blood vessel and tumor growth remain controversial.

Using a clinically relevant morphine dose in a mouse model of Lewis lung carcinoma, researchers led by Dr. Sabita Roy of the University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis, MN examined the effect of morphine use on new blood vessel growth in tumors. They found that chronic morphine use decreased levels of tumor angiogenesis in a manner dependent on the opioid receptor. This effect was mediated by suppression of signaling induced by low oxygen concentrations, leading to a reduction in the levels of pro-angiogenic factors. Therefore, morphine may not only serve as an analgesic for cancer patients, but may also inhibit tumor angiogenesis and growth.

Koodie et al conclude that “morphine is a potential inhibitor of tumor growth, through the suppression of tumor cell-induced angiogenesis and hypoxia-induced p38 MAPK activation of HIF-1. In addition to its analgesic potential, morphine can be exploited for its anti-angiogenic potential in cancer pain management; these findings support the use of morphine for cancer pain management.”

This work was supported by the National Institutes of Health

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