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Johns Hopkins to test ultra-high resolution CT capabilities

Johns Hopkins Medicine is testing the capabilities of ultra-high resolution computed tomography at a recently opened center on its campus. The Baltimore-based healthcare organization last week recognized the availability of the cutting edge technology at its Johns Hopkins Center for Precision Ultra High Resolution CT. The event was held in conjunction with the installation of… Read More »

TB discovery could save tens thousands of lives

Between 2000 and 2016, around 45 million lives were saved due to effective treatment of pulmonary TB worldwide and 1.6–3.5 million of these would subsequently have developed aspergillosis. The research published today in the prestigious European Respiratory Journal, also found the complication in those with and without HIV infection. CPA Symptoms, persisting for 3 months, include coughing,… Read More »

Chinese Woman Nearly Dies After Injecting Fruit Juice Into Her Body

Representational Image (Photo credits: Pixabay.com) Beijing, March 19: In a bizarre case, a woman in China nearly killed herself after self-injecting liquidised fruit — a concoction of 20 fruits — in her effort to stay healthy, the media reported. The 51-year-old woman, surnamed Zeng, loves folk remedies and came up with the idea of injecting… Read More »