Health

Charlie Gard team 'must present new evidence' for treatment in US

Charlie Gard team 'must present new evidence' for treatment in US

Charlie's parents, Connie Yates and Chris Gard, from Bedfont, west London, want to take the 11-month old to the U.S. for experimental therapy. Judge Nicholas Francis, who has overseen the latest round of appearances at London's High Court, said in Friday's hearing that Hirano and Charlie's parents could present evidence at a hearing Monday.


Baroness Hale named as first female president of Supreme Court

Baroness Hale named as first female president of Supreme Court

Lady Hale , who will be sworn in on 2 October, said: "It is a great honour and a challenge". Currently Supreme Court deputy president, Baroness Hale of Richmond's new role as the UK's most senior judge was confirmed by Downing Street on Friday.


Bengaluru man strums guitar during brain surgery

Bengaluru man strums guitar during brain surgery

While the doctors operated on the part of his brains that triggered the abnormal muscle contractions, the guitar-freak stayed glued to his instrument to help them find the problem areas. Post-operation, a beaming Abhishek, who originally hails from Bihar, displayed proficiency by playing the guitar easily nine days later. It is common for neurosurgeons to perform brain surgery on sedated but conscious patients for tumours that have spread throughout the brain and do not have clear borders, ...


Dog survives house fire after being treated with oxygen

Dog survives house fire after being treated with oxygen

After searching inside, firefighters pulled Jack from the house and laid him in the front garden. When they carried jack outside he appeared to be lifeless, but firefighters worked to revive him using the masks that are specifically created to resuscitate pets.


Scientists one step closer to HIV cure

Scientists one step closer to HIV cure

These findings are promising as they could inform future HIV vaccine design , although it's not yet certain whether they could be replicated in humans. Previous experiments led by bovine-antibody expert Vaughn Smider at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) showed that cattle antibodies also feature extra-long loops, which might access hard epitopes that human antibodies can not.


Pak troops violate ceasefire along LoC

Pak troops violate ceasefire along LoC

The unprovoked ceasefire violation from Pakistan army is taking place on a daily basis and Pakistan army is targeting schools located along the border in J&K. According to the local administration, dozens of houses including government buildings and schools have been damaged and hundreds of livestock animals have died in the shelling in Nowshera sector.