2015 was a particularly productive year for medicine. Many exciting discoveries were made, bright breakthroughs were made in medical technologies, and new applications were found for a number of existing medicines. In our review of the ten most significant medical discoveries of the past year.
1. Opening taikomochi
In 2014, the world health organization warned that the world was entering a “post-antibiotic era”. The following year, scientists discovered a new antibiotic, which was named teixobactin. Continue reading
It often happens that medical experiments could be a script for a horror movie. Few people know how much pain and suffering has been inflicted on people over the centuries in the name of science and supposed progress. Today we will talk about blood-chilling medical experiments that often turned healthy people into completely sick.
1. Vaccinations for children from poor families
In 1908, doctors were desperately trying to find a cure or at least prevention of tuberculosis. Continue reading
The human body is a real processing plant, in the cycle of which defecation is a natural process. Although this process is repugnant, throughout history, people have found many different and very useful uses for excrement.
1. Traditional medicine
Long ago, people used exclusively traditional remedies to treat their ailments. They used plants, animals, magic, and many different minerals. Even today, many people still use a wide range of traditional medicine. For example, in China, tiger feces are one of the most important ingredients in traditional medicine and are used to treat boils, hemorrhoids, and alcoholism. Continue reading