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Overdose drug makes woman who has never felt pain sensitive to a hot laser beam

Overdose drug makes woman who has never felt pain sensitive to a hot laser beam

According to scientists, after an experiment that leads to new ways of treating people who have chronic pain, a 39-year-old woman felt pain for the first time ever in her life. The woman, who wanted her name to remain hidden, was born with a condition due to which she never feel any kind of pain, but a drug, usually given for the treatment of drug addiction, made her responsive to a hot laser beam.

Japanese Probe Akatsuki Enters Orbit around Venus in Second Attempt

Japanese Probe Akatsuki Enters Orbit around Venus in Second Attempt

Only lucky space agencies get second chance during space exploration, and the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is one of them. The agency announced that its Akatsuki spacecraft has successfully entered orbit around the planet five years after missing a shot.

New Experiment Aims To Study How Apes Embrace Social Technology

New Experiment Aims To Study How Apes Embrace Social Technology

In an experiment, backed by musician Peter Gabriel, researchers will provide chimpanzees all over the world with video-conferencing equipments to study whether or not apes use the social technology to communicate with other chimpanzees.

Check What’s Similar between Strange Creature and Queen from Star Wars Movie

Check What’s Similar between Strange Creature and Queen from Star Wars Movies

According to scientists, who discovered fossils of a rare creature in Spain’s Cuenca province, they have found something common between the creature that roamed Europe about 15 million years ago and queen from the Star wars movie.

The creature was named Xenokeryx amidalae, meaning ‘strange horn of Amidala’, referring to the Star Wars character Queen Amidala, a role played by actress Natalie Portman.

Restaurant Group says NYC Salt Warning Labels are Confusing and Misleading

Restaurant Group says NYC Salt Warning Labels are Confusing and Misleading

Two days after the Board of Health enacted salt warning labels rule, restaurateurs sued it by saying the law may mislead customers. Now, the rule will be headed for a court fight, and court will decide what to do next.

The National Restaurant Association filed a lawsuit against the city Board of Health-approved rule on Thursday in a Manhattan court, two days after the new rule took effect. As per the law, the state restaurants have to put salt-shaker icon on every menu item.

Report blames World’s Richest 10% people for 50% Carbon Emissions

Report blames World’s Richest 10% people for 50% Carbon Emissions

The richest 10% population of the world is behind half of total global carbon emissions, according to a new report by Oxfam. Rich people’s lifestyle choices are responsible for their 11 times higher carbon production than poor people, it added.

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