Obscure gastrointestinal bleeding: Rebleeding rates and rebleeding predictors found

Obscure gastrointestinal bleeding (OGIB) is defined as gastrointestinal bleeding from a source that cannot be determined even after upper or lower gastrointestinal endoscopy is performed. It is an intractable disease that can cause repeated bloody stools and anemia without an identifiable cause, and may require frequent blood transfusions. Although the pathogenesis of OGIB remains largely […]

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Life is Strange’s delayed Switch remaster collection finally arrives in September

After a lengthy delay, Square Enix’s two-game Life is Strange remaster bundle finally has a release date on Switch, and will be launching on 27th September. Square’s new Switch bundle – which goes by the name Life is Strange: Arcadia Bay Collection, rather than the Remastered Collection moniker used on other platforms – includes remastered […]

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Boss calls out trainee teacher’s ‘strange’ behaviour and unwittingly saves his life

A trainee teacher who received a tragic brain tumour diagnosis has said his boss saved his life after they called out his “strange” behaviour. Dad-of-two Matt Schlag first realised something was wrong during his studies to become a primary school teacher around the time he began developing migraines. His then boss at GORSE Academies Trust […]

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Neuron membrane lipid may contribute to Alzheimer’s development, progression

A lipid found in the membranes of neurons may play a fundamental role in the development and progression of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a study by Penn State College of Medicine researchers. Their findings, published in ACS Chemical Neuroscience, provide possibilities for new approaches to pharmaceutical research on Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is a common […]

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