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Japan Could Be First In The World To Detect Cancer Using Urine Samples

Hitachi, a Japanese multinational conglomerate company, announced that it is conducting the trial of a method that can detect cancer through urine samples. If successful, the country would be the first in the world to possess such technology.

by Athena Yenko

Medicine

Man Forced To Undergo Second Face Transplant After Drugs Interfered With First Face Transplant

French man Jerome Hamon underwent a second face transplant due to drugs that interfered with his first face transplant. He took drugs that caused his facial tissue to die.

by Jean-Pierre Chigne

Healthy Living/Wellness

Drunk Concertgoers More Than Likely To Lose Hearing And Exhbit Dangerous Behavior, Study Shows

Research proved that individuals who attend a concert without earplugs are more than likely to suffer from short-term hearing loss. The individuals also put themselves at risk if alcohol is consumed while listening to the loud music.

by Ashley Rushford

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Here's How Alexa May Help You Become A Better 'Call Of Duty: WWII' Player

Activision has rolled out the 'Call of Duty' Alexa Skill, which may help you become a better 'Call of Duty: WWII' player. The free Alexa skill will function as a personal coach, providing players with advice to improve their game.

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