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In World First, Scientists Reverse Brain Damage in Drowned Toddler

Eden Carlson’s parents were told that their beloved 2-year-old daughter would most likely be a vegetable for the rest of her life – but, then, an experimental therapy reversed her brain damage. In February 2016, Eden’s mother was horrified to discover that her daughter had broken through a baby gate

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In World First, Scientists Reverse Brain Damage in Drowned Toddler

Eden Carlson’s parents were told that their beloved 2-year-old daughter would most likely be a vegetable for the rest of her life – but, then, an experimental therapy reversed her brain damage. In February 2016, Eden’s mother was horrified to discover that her daughter had broken through a baby gate

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Boy Trips, Falls and Discovers Rare Million-Year-old Fossil

This 10-year-old boy is being credited with the discovery of a rare fossil buried deep in the New Mexican desert. Jude Sparks and his family were exploring the Las Cruces desert back in November when he tripped on a protruding substance that was jutting out from the rock. When Sparks fell

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MIT is Developing Color-Changing Tattoos that Can Monitor Your Diabetes in Real Time

Your future tattoo design might be good for more than just personal style – they might be able to monitor our body’s health in real time. Earlier last month, researchers at MIT announced the development of the Dermal Abyss: a biosensing tattoo that changes color according to the levels of

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White House Intervenes to Grant Rejected Afghan Girls Entry to U.S. for Robotics Contest

The Trump Administration overturned its recent decision to deny the visas of a female team of Afghani students participating in a world robotics competition. The drama of the school girls’ denied visas was widely covered by mainstream media. Even though Afghanistan is not included in the recent travel ban on

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The most detailed ever scan of the wiring of the human brain has been produced

The world’s most intricate imaging of the brain’s internal wiring has been made by scientists at Cardiff University. It could provide unprecedented insight into the causes of conditions such as dementia, schizophrenia and multiple sclerosis

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Dutch Households to Use Heat From Servers for Free Hot Showers

If you’ve ever sat with a laptop on your legs for a long period of time, then you must know how warm computers can get. Tech companies have spent millions of dollars trying to find innovative ways to keep data servers cool – but this is the first time that

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