Rita Wilson has revealed she and her husband Tom Hanks are still COVID-free and have antibodies nine months after they were diagnosed with the virus.
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Nathan Hrushkin has wanted to be a paleontologist for as long as he can remember, and the Canadian 12-year-old has already made a significant discovery.
A 1-cup portion of raw blackberries packs about 25% of the Daily Value for vitamin K, which helps the blood to clot and is essential for your bones. Vitamin K is required for bone formation, and several studies have shown that a shortfall is linked to increased risk of fracture and osteoporosis. The manganese in blackberries (you’ll get 150% of the DV in 1 cup) also supports bone health, as well as collagen production for healthy skin and joints.
Feline cerebellar hypoplasia has brought these clumsy cats together. Two kitties, named Pablo and Bones, both suffer from the condition. Cerebellar hypoplasia is caused by an underdeveloped cerebellum.
Cleve's prosthetic leg stood in the corner of my living room, its plastic foot still wearing the left shoe of his khaki Converses. It was the third anniversary of his death, and I stared at the socket that once held his nub, remembering its shape. After the amputation, it was rounded, a pink scar cut clean across the top. As the muscle atrophied, his flesh hung like a boneless chicken breast, the scar left amorphous and supple.
The skull, probably a male's, belonged to a species called Australopithecus anamensis, an older relative to Lucy.
When most people think about the equipment needed for a successful space mission, the human skeleton is probably not the first thing that come…
Researchers say smartphones and other handheld devices are contorting the human form, requiring users to bend their heads forward to make sense of what's happening on the miniature screens.