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This Mother and Son Were Just Reunited After 44 Years
Wissam Mohamed's search for his mother Reda Mahmoud began 20 years ago. After an aunt found some old photos of Mohamed's mother and posted them on social media, a friend of hers contacted the Missing Children page on Facebook. Within 24 hours, Mohamed's mother was located through the page, and they met for the first time at an airport in Cairo. The story went viral in Egypt, but el-Gebali said it was just another happy ending for the Missing Children team — one of more than 3,000 so far.
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A New Study Shows Human Cells Display a Mathematical Pattern That Repeats in Nature
After more than a decade of research, scientists have estimated the number of cells in the human body. Their findings reveal that men have around 36 trillion cells, women have about 28 trillion, and a 10-year-old child has roughly 17 trillion cells. What's intriguing is that these cells follow a mathematical pattern based on size and mass, mirroring patterns found in other areas of science and nature. The study may offer valuable insights into understanding human health and diseases, particularly cancer, by shedding light on cell frequencies and counts.