An event in Nairobi on the eve of World Malaria Day, sees the World Health Organization push for increased efforts to save lives through malaria prevention.
Most of us will experience bowel symptoms from time to time, but usually the symptoms last only a few days. You should see your GP if they persist for more than three weeks (sooner if they are severe) or if your symptoms keep coming back.
Differences in the genetic make-up of our brains may account for the particular food preferences people have and their varying ability to stick to diets, according to new research.
Our medical connectors are used on a variety of medical devices. Here in the U.S. medical devices are approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and classified into three risk categories, classes I, II and III.
New research, published in both Alzheimer's & Dementia and Stroke indicate that drinking sugary drinks regularly may lead to a reduction in the size of the brain and poorer memory.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has published the first-ever Global Hepatitis Report. The World Hepatitis Alliance (WHA) welcomes the publication, which is a follow-up to WHO’s Global Strategy on Viral Hepatitis, and has set the goal to eliminate viral hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030.
Spousal cancer diagnosis can lead to decline in household income
UTSW researchers develop new nanoparticle vaccine immunotherapy that targets multiple tumor types
Intraoperative methadone offers promise to reduce need for pain medications during recovery
Statins may provide favorable outcomes to patients with HBV- or HCV-related cirrhosis
Scientists receive $2.8 million federal grant for diabetic cardiomyopathy research
Researchers discover gene that may play role in restoring hearing after noise exposure
High FODMAP Foods and Low FODMAP Food Alternatives
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) in Pregnancy
Types of Combined Pills
Using homoFRET-FP Detection for Monitoring Insulin Granule Packaging in Live Cells
Eight Reasons to Use MicroCal PEAQ-DSC Automated System
Using Differential Scanning Calorimetry for Biosimilarity and Batch-to-Batch Comparability
How Does the Diet Impact Microbiota?
What is Optical Microscopy?
Optical Microscopy Techniques
Choroideremia (CHM) is a rare genetic eye disease that affects the retina, which is the area at the back of the eye that processes all we see into signals that are sent to the brain via the optic nerve.
Scientists have been working hard to bring about a time in the future when we can grow “an eye in a dish” and use it for transplantation to restore the vision of someone who is blind, and they are not as far off as you might think.
Innovation is something of a buzz-word in modern medicine and rightly so. In order to deliver the best care and treatment to patients it is crucial that we are open to new ideas and encourage scientific advancement.
Dr. Tobias Fromme
Brown fat is a tissue well studied in small mammals, where it acts as a heat-producing organ to stay warm in a cold environment. Its unequivocal identification in adult, healthy humans about a decade ago is of major importance due to its immense capacity to convert chemical energy into heat
Dr. Catherine Taylor
Prostate cancer is the second most diagnosed cancer globally with over a million men diagnosed worldwide. We are fortunate in that better diagnostic techniques and better awareness means that men are often being diagnosed earlier, which gives them a better chance of being cured.
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