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  • Health

    Myopia is increasing among children in Thailand and also globally

    In recent years, the world has witnessed a concerning surge in myopia among children, with Thailand particularly affected, reporting between 11 to 12% of school-going children affected by the condition. Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a refractive error that causes distant objects to appear blurry while close objects remain clear. This condition not only impacts a child’s academic success…

  • Thailand News

    Taiwanese man’s extreme nasal sensitivity shocks doctors

    A shocking medical case from Taiwan has revealed the harrowing story of a 50 year old restaurant owner whose nasal complaints led to a gruesome discovery. The director of an ear, nose, and throat clinic in Taiwan, shared the unforgettable case on a medical talk show, Doctor Is So Hot, describing it as one of the most memorable in his…

  • World News

    First human eye transplant performed on American man

    The world’s first-ever human eye transplant has been performed on an American man, following previous successful facial transplants. The medical advancement is significant, although it remains uncertain whether the recipient will regain sight in his newly transplanted left eye. During work, a high-voltage electrical accident severely damaged the face and one eye of 46 year old Aaron James from Hot…

  • World News

    Turkish boy discovers 11 maggots after troubling eye irritation

    In a recent shocking discovery in Turkey, a 10 year old boy was found to have no less than 11 live maggots residing under his left eyelid. The disturbing incident occurred after the boy made known his irritation and itching in his eye, Newsweek reported. The incident began with the boy’s parents seeking medical advice on July 5, after their…