Edward Mordrake: The Man With Two Faces

Edward Mordrake: The Man With Two Faces (video)

Edward Mordake (or Edward Mordrake) was reportedly the 19th century heir to an English peerage. He supposedly had an extra face on the back of his head, which could neither eat nor speak, although it »

44-year-old fetus has found in 84-year-old woman

44-year-old fetus has found in 84-year-old woman

Brazilian retiree (82) from Natividad has complained of stomach pains and dizziness and X-ray doctors have seen in her womb calcified 44-year-old fetus stopped developing somewhere between 20th and 28th week. It turned out that »

Baby grabbing surgeon's finger

Amazing: Baby grabs surgeon’s finger

This heartwarming photograph was taken at The Vanderbilt University in Memphis, while surgeons were operating a pregnant woman whose baby was diagnosed with spina bifida. Amazing photo of even more amazing event is placed on »

A revolutionary new blood test tells us how long we will live

A revolutionary new blood test tells us how long we will live

Scientists have discovered a chemical “fingerprint” that reveals the secrets of longevity. This simple blood test provides basic information to newborn’s parents about potential diseases in the old age. Further studies could lead to drug »

31-Year Old Brazilian Woman Looks Like a 9-Month Baby

31-Year Old Brazilian Woman Looks Like a 9-Month Baby

We bring to you the curious case of a real-life Benjamin Button, with a twist. A Brazilian woman, who has neither aged, nor is getting any younger. Born on May 7, 1981, Maria Audete do »

Encyclopedia Britannica Closes the Book on Print

Encyclopedia Britannica

The giant, heavy, pricey volumes that made up each edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica are now history. After nearly 250 years, Britannica has opted to stop making print editions of its encyclopedia. Its online portal will remain, though it will continue to face stiff competition from free rivals like Wikipedia. However, Britannica still has some

Antibiotics fueling rise in childhood asthma

childhood asthma

Antibiotics may increase the risk of children suffering from debilitating asthma. Experts say widely-used antibiotics disrupt intestinal bacteria, which in turn damages youngsters’ immune systems and raises their risk of developing allergic asthma. This is the most common form of asthma and is triggered by irritants such as pollen, dust mites or mould. University of

Lizzie Velasquez Stays Skeletal Despite Nonstop Eating

Lizzie Velasquez Stays Skeletal Despite Nonstop Eating

For many people, the idea of eating whatever you want without gaining weight sounds like a dream. But it’s a life long battle for Lizzie Velasquez, a skeletally thin 21-year-old from Austin, Texas who is unable to put on weight even though she consumes 5,000 to 8,000 calories a day, according to the English paper

World-first lung surgery while she was still in her mother’s WOMB

World-first lung surgery

A baby’s life was saved by pioneering surgery after doctors carried out an operation on her lungs while she was still in her mother’s womb. Alaitz Corominas, from Spain, is now a happy and healthy toddler after becoming the world’s first foetus to undergo the procedure three months before she was due to be born.