A team of researchers investigated five instances of cannibalism in an attempt to uncover the underlying cause behind the unspeakable acts.
Researchers say the tool could potentially be used to identify health problems in infants which may otherwise go undiagnosed.
Scientists hope their theory could one day pave the way for new ways to prevent cancer.
The study doesn't change the fact that smoking is harmful, a scientist stressed.
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"What we're seeing is remarkable," a scientists who studied the girl said.
Getting proteins from plants seems to be the best way to control cholesterol levels, a professor of medicine told Newsweek.
"It was one of those rare situations where you see a parasite and you're like, 'wow this is great!'" the woman's doctor said.
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Six of the top 20 are in the U.S., but it's a British city that tops the list.
The more highly paid and educated a person is, the more likely it is that they will drink to excess.
"Her eyes plead with you. End it," wrote the doctor. "Eventually it will end. But nobody will do it. Not in this state. Not in this hospital."
Individuals with mutation to the CCR5 gene have a 21 percent increase in mortality rate, study finds.
Hundreds of fires happen during surgeries each year, according to the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists.
Scientists looked at over 8,000 people to study the effects of coffee on the arteries.
A poll released by Fox News last October showed that the majority of Americans approved of the Affordable Care Act, despite Republican efforts to repeal the legislation.
On Friday, a slew of states made efforts to signal their support for abortion access.
The procedure was devised by Dr. Henry J. Heimlich in the 1970s and first appeared in the popular press 45 years ago. It has been saving lives ever since.
"You don't have to have a nutrition degree to know that canned spray cheese sauce is not a staple food," said Margo Wootan, the vice president for nutrition at the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
Evidence has been building since the early 2000s that suggests microbes could be involved in the development of autism.