Dr. Mark Wood, a professor at the University of Exeter in England, stumbled upon the groundbreaking therapy when studying acute exposure to Hydrogen Sulfide.
Hydrogen Sulfide is the gas that's produced when food is broken down during digestion. It is also the smell of rotting eggs.
Wood praised Farts as the "healthcare hero" that will have "significant implications for future therapies for a variety of diseases,
Stop the Cap: A dozen homes in the middle of the Adirondacks now have access to Internet speeds far faster than what Verizon and Frontier DSL can deliver and without the usage caps or speed throttling common with satellite Internet access. Thurman, N.Y.'s public-private "white space" wireless network survived months of political wrangling, debate and even intentional signal interference created by someone intent on disrupting the project. For a community that some maps depict with zero residents, the 1,200 people of Thurman are now more known than ever, winning national attention for one of the first next generation rural wireless networks to use unused space on the UHF dial to provide Internet access.