Cognizance RPM,the future and probably the world most powerful brain enhancer.

"Welcome to the future",this was the statement of Dr.Raqif who appeared on The Doctors Show in US to talk about a highly advanced brain supplement that is sending shock-waves through the medical arena.
This amazing pill is called Cognizance RPM and many experts believe it could be the most powerful brain enhancer in the world.
The drug is said to increase academic and work performance, revive  a loss memory and help the brain to retain information for very long time.
It was made known three years ago when the producers of the movie "Limitless" refer to it as their inspiration.

Since then,the drug has gained widespread use among various consumers like athletes, students,lawyers and the likes.
It is commonly used by men and women whose age ranges from 18 to 35.
The pill has no side effects,but was however banned from quiz like Jeopardy! and  by many notable universities such as Cambridge …

A scientist,104 wants to end life by touring the world

A 104 years old David Goodman bid farewell to his Australian home to embark on a worldwide trip in order to end his life.
The lauded ecologist and botanist is not suffering from a serious illness but bemoan his diminishing independency.
"I greatly regret having reached that age," Dr Goodall said on his birthday last month, in an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
"I'm not happy. I want to die. It's not sad particularly. What is sad is if one is prevented."
Assisted suicide is legal in one Australian state but only if a person is terminally ill.
He intends to travel to a clinic in Switzerland to voluntarily end his life. However, he says he regrets having to leave Australia to do so.
An online petition raised $A20,000 (£11,000; $15,000) for the scientist to fly in business class to Europe. He will visit family in France before heading to Switzerland with his closest relatives.

Cinema's drinks contain high number of bacteria.

 Drinks serve at the cinema may contain high level of bacterial,according to latest research.
Drinks from three largest cinemas in the UK have shown high level of bacteria,according to investigation by the BBC .
Fizzy drinks from Cineworld, Odeon and Vue were tested in 30 cinemas, for BBC One's Watchdog programme.
Seven branches sold drinks with unacceptable bacteria levels.
Environmental health expert Tony Lewis said he was "concerned" it was "an indicator of hygiene failure".
Traces of the bacteria known as salmonella, which can cause food poisoning, were seen in two drinks from branches of Odeon cinemas. Listeria had also been found, in a drinks holder, Watchdog said. Mr Lewis, head of policy at the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, said: "That's the highest I've seen. And that is an indicator of equipment not being kept clean. That's a worry."
He said high bacteria levels in fizzy drinks were particularly concerning becau…

Scientists mistakely discovered cure for baldnesss

Scientists have discovered cure for baldness with the drug intended  to cure Osteoporosis.
The researchers found out the drug had a dramatic effect on hair follicles in the lab, stimulating them to grow.
The drug contains a compound which targets a protein that acts as a brake on hair growth and plays a major role in loss of hair.
Dr Nathan Hawkshaw who is the project manager told the BBC a clinical trial would be needed to see if the treatment was effective and safe in people.
Finasteride and minoxidil are the only two drugs currently available for its treatment which often have side effects on users,thus,patient resort to hair transplantation surgery instead.
Although, hair loss can be temporary or permanent it is nothing to worry about as its occurrence is normal.
You should consult your doctor if;

you are developing bald patchesyou notice sudden hair lossyour head is itching and burning This can be a breakthrough in the treatment of ever disgraceful baldness.

First death,and 11 others hospitalised by Ebola fever.

One person has been confirmed death and 11 have shown symptoms  of the Ebola Disease in Congo republic.
Minister of Health Dr. Oly Ilunga confirmed on Thursday in Kinshasa. The new outbreak was announced Tuesday. Sickness is occurring in the Bikoro health zone, 400 kilometers (about 250 miles) from Mbandaka, the capital of Equator province. The World Health Organization reported on Thursday that 27 total cases of fever with hemorrhagic symptoms were recorded in the Bikoro region between April 4 and May 5, including 17 deaths. Of these total cases, two tested positive for Ebola virus disease, according to the WHO. Ebola virus disease, which most commonly affects people and nonhuman primates such as monkeys, gorillas and chimpanzees, is caused by one of five Ebola viruses. On average, about 50% of people who become ill with Ebola die.

Addictions to deadly codeine syrup in Nigeria.

For sometime now, codeine cough syrup has been a popular remedy for various coughs among Nigerians but there is more to it than just its cure for cough.
It is now known to have some content which causes addiction among kids and youths as the medicine has become a street drug.
Thousands of young Nigerians are addicted to codeine cough syrup. The government estimates that up to 3 million bottles of the addictive syrup are drunk every day in just two northern states.
If taken in excess, codeine can cause psychosis and organ failure.
According to BBC's Ruono Meyer whose brother has suffered from codeine cough syrup addiction. The strawberry tasting opioid hooked him after their father was killed.
Grief, depression, a desire to be cool are just some of the reasons Nigerians are falling for this drug. Musicians sing about the high it gives you. Dealers peddle it in nightclubs and on the streets. Teenagers mix it with soft drinks, or swig it straight from the bottle at “syrup parti…

Scientists grow first human embryo

Researchers in University of Edinburgh says human eggs have been grown in the laboratory for the first time.
According to the team,it is a technique that could lead to new ways of preserving the fertility of children having cancer treatment.
It also create an opportunity to explore how human eggs develop, much of which remains a mystery to science.
Experts claimed it was an exciting breakthrough, but more work was needed before it could be used clinically.
Women are born with immature eggs in their ovaries that can only develop fully after puberty.
It is a long time work, but scientists can now grow eggs to maturity outside of the ovary.
It requires carefully controlling laboratory conditions including oxygen levels, hormones, proteins that simulate growth and the medium in which the eggs are cultured.
Opportunity for cancer patients.
Chemotherapy and radiotherapy risks making you sterile.
Women can freeze matured eggs or embryos if they are fertilised with a partner's sperm, befo…