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The ability of dolphins to curb infections and quickly heal their injuries may offer new clues for the treatment of human wounds, scientists say.


Dolphins offer clues for wound healing

US: “Much about the dolphin’s healing process remains unreported and poorly documented,” wrote Michael Zasloff, adjunct professor at Georgetown University Medical Center who interviewed dolphin handlers and marine biologists to find answers about the miraculous self-healing power of the species.

 

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Norway gunman claims active network of partners

Angry Norwagians hurl abuse at him as he arrives at court:

Norway: More than 100,000 Norwegians thronged central Oslo on Monday in a vigil for the victims of a last week’s attacks hours after the suspect told a court hearing that he had an active network of accomplices.

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UN to start airlifting food to Somalia

Italy: The UN World Food Programme was set on Tuesday to start airlifting food to Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya after an emergency meeting in Rome on the drought-stricken Horn of Africa region. An estimated 3.7 million people in Somalia — around a third of the population — are on the brink of starvation and millions more in Djibouti, Ethiopia,

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