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In the News 3/8/15

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Scientists at Southampton University think they may have found evidence that awareness continues for several minutes after clinical death. "There is some very good evidence here that these experiences are actually happening after people have medically died," research psychologist Dr. David Wilde said. Daily Mail reports on Sara Brautigam, a 21-year-old with a rare heart condition who has been pronounced 'clinically dead' 36 times in one year alone. The article includes video of the young woman the moment her heart stops and a medical team works to bring her back to consciousness.
Drones continue shrinking in size. BGR uncovers the world's smallest drone and wonders if privacy is finally dead. Crystal Gayle has sung about it and now a company in California has developed a laser treatment that can actually change brown eyes to blue. In other odd medical news, did you know some people can get inebriated simply by eating carbohydrates? The BBC profiles a man who can get drunk simply by eating French fries.

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