You can have a six-pack sculpted, dimples created, a designer vagina and almost any part of your face tweaked, lifted and tightened.
But, there’s a new plastic surgery procedure that is on the rise – and it’s altogether more bizarre.
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Three separate investigations are underway in a French clinical trial laboratory to try and find out how one man was left brain dead and three others facing possible permanent brain damage after taking part in a trial for a painkiller, in the worst such accident in France’s medical history.
Judicial police began their probe late on Friday at the premises of Biotrial, a drug evaluation company based in the western city of Rennes which was running the test on behalf of the Portuguese pharmaceutical company Bial.
Antibiotic use is associated with type-2 diabetes diagnoses, the latest research reveals
A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism finds that people who develop type-2 diabetes used significantly more antibiotics—even 15 years before they were diagnosed—than people without the disease.
Sperm cells have been grown in the laboratory for the first time, scientists have claimed, raising the prospect of a treatment for infertile men.
A company in France claims to have successfully turned scraps of genetic material into complete fully-functioning sperm – a world-first.
Malcolm Brabant’s face – round, ruddy, full-featured, and crowned by a bald dome – is immediately recognisable. For 30 years he has been an award-winning member of the BBC’s team of foreign correspondents, bringing wars, natural disasters, political stand-offs and occasionally something a bit more cheerful into our living rooms on the evening news.
If the countenance is familiar, though, his current location isn’t. His usual on-screen sign-off is ringing in my ears — “Malcolm Brabant, BBC News, Athens” – but today he is welcoming me into his home in Copenhagen.