Do vampires go for certain blood types? It’s a possibility, according to a fascinating piece of conjecture in the Irish Medical Journal.
The character of Mr Spock has intrigued and entertained audiences since his first appearance in Star Trek in the 1960s.
Discoveries of Ozzy Osbourne’s complete DNA have found a sequence of mumbly codes that are almost completely congested and unreadable, Viscera has learnt.
Group photo from Irish Society of Occupational Medicine Spring Conference.
Thirty-five-year-old Sarah Colwill puts the startling change down to an extremely rare medical condition known as Foreign Accent Syndrome (FAS).
“Halifax Home Insurance estimated that £400m (€445m) worth of damage was caused last year by people who lack genetically pre-determined Do-It-Yourself ability.
This shift in the toads’ behaviour coincided with disruptions in the ionosphere, the uppermost electromagnetic layer of the earth’s atmosphere, which were detected using very low frequency (VLF) radio sounding.
The Irish Doctors’ Environmental Association will hold a public meeting on Saturday, April 17 at Trinity College Dublin, Ui Chadhain Lecture Theatre, Arts Building.
Does the freedom to die enhance lives? Shane Leavy reports on a recent talk in Ireland by the controversial Australian Dr Philip Nitschke, who took part in the world’s first legal, physician-assisted suicide in 1996.
For years, men who otherwise consider themselves tough have been reduced to anguished wimps by the very slightest of colds.