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Why fecal transplant could save your life
The fecal transplant, also known as trans-poo-sion, surely has the title of medicine's most disgusting procedure.
Brewing up Earth's earliest life
Around four billion years ago, Earth was an inhospitable place, devoid of oxygen, bursting with volcanic eruptions, and bombarded by asteroids, with no signs of life in even the simplest forms. But somewhere amid this chaotic period, the chemistry of the Earth turned in life's favor, giving rise, however improbably, to the planet's very first organisms.
Seeing infectious-disease doctors when get antibiotic-resistant infection can save life
When you get an antibiotic-resistant infection, seeing an infectious-disease doctor can save your life, a study of the Washington University in St. Louis showed.
‘Superhuman’ mole rats could hold key to eternal human life
Naked mole rats are incredibly resistant to certain types of pain, have a high immunity to cancer and can survive 18 minutes without oxygen but they may also hold the key to never aging, new research suggested.
Life expectancy in Iran increases around 25 years in four decades
Life expectancy in Iran is 78.4 for women and 73.8 for men, said the spokesman of Iran's Ministry of Health on Monday.
Water and compounds essential for life found on ancient meteorites
Scientists have discovered liquid water and organic compounds essential for life on two ancient meteorites that fell to Earth almost 20 years ago.
Is silence the best way to a stress-free life?
The constant barrage and blare of unwanted noise in our daily lives can damage our mental and physical wellbeing.
Bahrain court gives life sentence to 10 dissidents
A court in Bahrain sentenced 10 anti-regime protesters to life imprisonment and revoked their citizenship as the ruling Al Khalifa regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy campaigners in the Persian Gulf kingdom.
Vitamin deficiency in later life
One in two persons aged 65 and above has suboptimal levels of vitamin D in the blood.
Study links spanking during childhood, dating violence later in life
Spanking your child may have unintended consequences as he or she forges adult romantic relationships years later, a new study suggested.
Researchers prolong life by curbing common enzyme
Scientists successfully prolonged the lifespans of flies and worms by inhibiting the activity of an enzyme produced by all animals.
Iranian life expectancy exceeds 75
Life expectancy in Iran has reached 75.6 years, said an official report issued on the occasion of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s 100th day in office.
One type of diet can add years to your life
Obese people who follow a low-fat weight-loss plan could tack extra years onto their life, a new review of medical evidence suggested.
Life begins returning to war-torn Philippine city
Residents of a southern Philippine city where Daesh supporters waged a brutal five-month battle began returning home on Tuesday, but gunfire greeted them as soldiers scoured devastated neighborhoods for remaining terrorists.
Life on Earth was a spawned in ponds struck by meteors
Scientists at McMaster University in Canada have offered a new, detailed explanation for the origins of life.

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