Ancient skeleton reveals oldest amputation

A skeleton discovered in a remote corner of Borneo rewrites the history of ancient medicine and proves amputation surgery was successfully carried out about 31,000 years ago, scientists said on Sept. 7.

Previously, the earliest known amputation involved a 7,000-year-old skeleton found in France, and experts believed such operations only emerged in settled agricultural societies.

Διάσημοι στέλνουν τις ευχές τους στην Τζέιν Φόντα μετά την ανακοίνωσή της για διάγνωση με καρκίνο

Διαγνώστηκε με λέμφωμα non-Hodgkin

A German virologist raised his voice: Stop getting vaccinated every three months

In Germany, people over the age of 60 can be vaccinated against the coronavirus for the fourth time. However, Essen virologist Ulf Dittmer warns that too frequent vaccinations could alter the immune system and harm it.
Virologist Dittmer advises against getting vaccinated every three months to avoid mask or test requirements.