1. Baby’s head popping out with the amniotic membranes still intact during a cesarean section delivery!!

    Baby’s head popping out with the amniotic membranes still intact during a cesarean section delivery ! ! This fluid-filled sac cushions the fetus , protects the fetus from damage and allows the fetus to move freely . In most cases , rupture of the amniotic sac occurs spontaneously at full term either during or at the beginning of labor . This process is better known as " water breaking " , although in rar . . .

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    PhD student makes groundbreaking discovery that may prevent spread of cancer A PhD student in Ontario has made a groundbreaking discovery that may have the potential to prevent cancer cells from spreading . Caitlin Miron , a PhD student in the chemistry department at Queen’s University , has identified a chemical compound that may be able to “switch off” cancer cells in order to stop them from . . .

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    Flu Activity On The Rise In Georgia: CDC The United States can expect to see an increase in influenza activity in the coming weeks , the CDC said in its latest Morbidity and Mortality Report . While it's difficult to predict when flu activity will peak in the U . S . , the CDC said after low flu activity in October , cases have been increasing since early November , especially in the South . As of Dec . 2 , . . .

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    High Intensity Exercise Delays Parkinson’s Progression - " Exercise could be the best medicine for people in early stages of Parkinson’s disease , researchers say . " High-intensity exercise three times a week is safe for individuals with early-stage Parkinson’s disease and decreases worsening of motor symptoms , according to a new phase 2 , multi-site trial led by Northwestern Medicine and Univer . . .