Today in the city St. Johns 24.04.2018
US veteran who survived blast in Afghanistan receives first penis and scrotum transplant

A surgical team at the Johns Hopkins University performed the first penis and scrotum transplant on a US veteran.  The veteran, who preferred to remain anonymous, was injured by an IED blast in a Afgh...


A wounded soldier has received the world's first full penis and scrotum transplant

A soldier whose genitals were devastated by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan has received the world's first full penis transplant at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The transplant included the pe...


Veteran Receives Penis Transplant To Repair War Wound

Doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital say 11 surgeons were involved in the 14-hour surgery in March. The patient, who requested anonymity, is expected to be released from the hospital this week


Soldier receives world's first penis-and-scrotum transplant - CNET

A wounded US combat veteran is the recipient of a total penis and scrotum transplant performed by Johns Hopkins doctors during a complex 14-hour surgery.


Here’s what it costs restaurants when a foodborne illness outbreak occurs

A single foodborne illness outbreak could cost a restaurant millions, according to a study from Johns Hopkins.


Extreme caving: Getting stuck in a flooded squeeze at Lost Johns Cave

Lancashire, England, UK: A short clip from inside Lost Johns Cave, Lancashire region, where a brave man gets a little bit stuck in a sink squeeze and finally has to abort his attempt squeezing through...


Do you actually know what a lowercase G looks like?

Americans have basically no idea what one version of a lowercase "G" looks like, an extremely embarrassing study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University has found. Typography nerds might know that...


Here's everything you need to know about the condom challenge — a viral trend that's making teens sick

Teens are reportedly participating in a viral "condom challenge," which involves snorting a condom through the nose and pulling it out through the mouth. The trend isn't new — the first example of the...


Despite Criticism, Johns Hopkins Proceeds With Alcohol Study

Johns Hopkins will continue taking part in a study into the health impacts of alcohol despite criticism prompted by an investigation that showed the trial is being backed by alcohol companies.



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