A man who has lost half his skull is full of hope for a bright future.
Twenty-four-year-old Mohd Izanuddin Hisham Muhamad lost half his skull in a traffic accident while his motorcycle crashed into a tree after being hit by a car, reported Singaporeseen.com
He was in coma for three months.
Apart from losing half his skull, he also developed a squint in one eye. However, his sight is not affected.
His labourer parents are struggling to meet medical expenses.
Doctors find live cockroach in boys ears
A young boy who was fast asleep woke up screaming one early morning with unbearable pain in one of his ears.
According to SGForums, the child was rushed to hospital were doctors removed a cockroach from his ears.
The insect would have crawled in while the lad was alsppe. It was removed with the help of tweezers after it was killed using chemicals.
Now a fairness cream for private parts
A new television advertisement for a hygiene cream has kicked up fresh debate among netizens in India.
The advert is being called the 'ultimate insult to women' as it promises 'fairer private parts', reported Times of India.
In India, where majority are obsessed with fair skin, Bollywood stars endorse fairness products and most of such ads show a woman seeking man's approval. The latest one also has kept up with the trend by roping in a Katrina Kaif look-alike.
Clips left inside during surgery kills woman
A woman in East Sussex, England, died following a simple and minor laproscopy, as the doctor had forgotten to remove surgical clips used in the procedure.
According to a 'Daily Mail' report, its a simple procedure where in the surgeon makes a small keyhole incision then using a small flexible tube containing a light source and a camera access the inside of the abdomen and pelvis.
The doctor who operated upon 35-year-old Nicole Haynes is under suspension.
Saudi woman offers SR5 million to find Mr. Right
If you are looking for a rich wife, then read this story. A Saudi woman is offering SR5 million (Dh4.9 million) to get married — even if it is a Misyar marriage.
But wait. The woman has conditions which she will not reveal now. The main thing is that the new husband must “appreciate marriage life.”
The woman published the attractive offer in the Saudi Arabic language magazine Roa, which said applicants can write to it by e mail or fax. The announcement neither mentioned the woman’s name and age nor where she lives.
“Applicants should provide their contact number so the woman will contact them in case she agrees on the marriage,” the magazine said.
It quoted the woman as saying:”It does not matter whether the new husband is attracted to my money as the most important thing is that he must appreciate marriage life and marital duties…I am even ready to accept a Misyar marriage and pay him SRfive million at once…he will live with me in my villa and must accept all my conditions which I will reveal to him later.”
The magazine said the woman was married before but that she divorced her husband “was greedy and wanted only money.”
“I made the wrong choice first time….I want to make the right choice now…my main obsession now is to marry…I am desperate to marry,” the woman said.
Misyar is a marriage contract where couples can live separately but get together regularly, often for sexual relations.
Although permitted in Saudi Arabia and under Islam, Misyar is not popular with many who see it as legal prostitution. Women lose nearly all their rights in a Misyar marriage and nearly 80 per cent of Misyar relationships end in divorce.