Apart from conventional treatments, many people choose some bizarre medical practices to cure the condition. There are a few countries that practice medicine in somewhat bizarre ways, which are not scientifically proven and safe.
Elon Musk, the co-founder of a healthcare startup Neuralink, said that they have implanted brain-machine interfaces in rats with promising results. He said the invasive scalable implants developed by the company could merge with the human brains with artificial intelligence, helping patients with brain disorders.
Jim Ross, the WWE commentator, has revealed that he does not care whether wrestlers take steroids unless they are doing so under the supervision of a doctor. He also said that he does not know whether Lesnar uses steroid or not after the WWE star was found to be in possession of steroids in 2001.
Recently, in an interview, Kim Kardashian revealed that her tiny waist is a result of her vegan diet and she did not undergo any surgical procedure to get her ribs removed to get into that shape. Instead, she credits her vegan diet and exercise for her incredibly distinct hourglass shape.
The Alberta Diabetes Institute (ADI) will conduct a new clinical trial for an anti-obesity drug known as setmelanotide. Researchers will be targeting patients who have two rare genetic conditions contributing to their obesity. In previous studies, setmelanotide has been found effective in treating obesity with other genetic disorders.
Recently, Britney Spears posted a beautiful image of three pink roses on her Instagram account, which sparked her pregnancy rumors in no time. However, Britney has said that the paparazzi may be altering her pictures and she is skinny as a needle.
South African swimmer Tatjana Schoenmaker has set a new African record (1:06.32) in the 100m women’s breaststroke at the World Student Games in Italy on Saturday. Japan’s Mai Fukasawa stood second, while Kanako Watanabe stood third at 1:07.22 and 1:07.28, respectively.