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Suffering from a bad back or painful wisdom tooth You should blame evolution Humans suffer from impacted wisdom teeth as increased brain size has left less room in the mouthOur modified ape feet are made up of 26 parts – 'the biological equivalent of paper clips and duct tape’Walking on two legs causes a host of back problems By Nicholas Mcdermott PUBLISHED: 17:25 GMT, 15 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:25 GMT, 15 February 2013 Walking on two legs causes a host of back problems for our species Our climb to the top of the evolutionary tree to become the planet’s most intelligent species has not come without its drawbacks.
Aliens We”ll probably have a close encounter this century says leading physicist who warns governments to be read.Interesting: It”s a scientific prediction that will get dollar signs pinging in Steven Spielberg”s eyes: We could make contact with aliens in less than 100 years It’s a scientific prediction that will get dollar signs pinging in Steven Spielberg’s eyes: We could make contact with aliens in less than 100 years.
Head girl, 17, died weighing just six stone after trying to hide four-year battle with anorexia from her parents | UPDATED: 21:42 GMT, 19 April 2012 Struggle: Schoolgirl Charlotte Seddon, who struggled with anorexia for four years, pictured in 2011 A former head girl died aged 17 after struggling with anorexia for four years.
Edible smart pills will help patients keep track of what drugs they take. But will patients swallow 'intelligent medicine' An edible sensor will be included with each group of a patient's pills They will transmit a unique electrical signal when they reach the stomach that can be picked up by a sensor patch on the skin The system will be offered to patients taking medication for heart conditions and diabetes 'Intelligent' pills that will help patients and their doctors to keep track of their medication regimes, are to go on sale in the UK.