US heart surgeon treats children lacking care in Libya's war
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Yazan, a 1-year-old Libyan boy, was born with congenital heart disease. With just one chamber, the organ pumped so little blood that when Yazan cried, his skin turned black.
John Afrique: The formation of the government in Tunisia is a real mystery
Amin Snoussi, in an article in the French magazine John Afrique, described the task of finding a group capable of forming a Tunisian government that would convince the majority of parliamentarians as a difficult task, given that Ennahda won less than a quarter of the seats in the parliamentary elections.
Electronic cigarettes suffocate the heart muscle
Smoking electronic cigarettes significantly affect the health of the heart by reducing the levels of blood flow in it.
The study was conducted by researchers at the American Heart Association’s Tobacco Center and will present its findings to the Society’s annual conference, which will be held November 16-18 in Pennsylvania.