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Fitness / 18.12.2018

[ad_1] Dentists told to speak plain English and avoid confusing words such as amalgam and caries (so, how many of the 21 terms do you understand?)The Dental Defence Union has issued guidance on avoiding complex jargonIt said words like radiograph and restoration are unnecessarily confusingPatients could be more involved with their care if simpler language was used By Stephen Matthews Health Editor For Mailonline and Sam Blanchard Health Reporter For Mailonline Published: 12:06 EST, 17 December 2018 ...

Fitness / 18.12.2018

[ad_1] A new precision laser beam that heats and obliterates previously inoperable brain tumours has been used on the first British patient.Father-of-one Pablo Casasbuenas, 36, had his aggressive and deep-seated tumour treated with the laser in October after being told he had only a year to live – and now says he is ‘living life again’.The procedure involves a fine narrow tube being inserted into the tumour before a laser is beamed down it, gradually heating up to about 70C, breaking down and killing the cancerous cells. ...

Fitness / 17.12.2018

[ad_1] Parachutes do NOT save the lives of people who jump from aeroplanes, claim sarcastic scientists in a study designed to reveal how flawed 'research' can beIn a trial of 23 volunteers, all participants survived being 'hurtled' out of a planeSixteen paragraphs in, you discover some jumped just 0.6m off a still aircraft Scientists hope their study will encourage people to 'critically appraise' researchBy Alexandra Thompson Senior Health Reporter For Mailonline Published: 12:01 EST, 17 December...