A UK survey of more than 2,000 young women has shown that many delay or avoid having a smear test due to feeling scared, vulnerable, embarrassed or not being in control.
Researchers have found that a simple blood test can detect signs of brain damage among people who will develop Alzheimer’s, long before they start to show signs of memory loss or confusion.
A new study conducted at Rush University Medical Center has found that keeping active in older age may help to maintain memory and thinking skills and reduce the risk of dementia.
Organic food, which is grown and produced differently to food produced in conventional methods, is thought to contain fewer additives and contaminants and is also considered to be more environmentally friendly.
The lead up to brain surgery can be a stressful time. It is recommended that you ask your neurosurgeon any questions you have, no matter how trivial you think they are. The greater your knowledge of the procedure, the less frightening it will seem.
A global influenza pandemic high on the WHO's agenda
WHO identifies non-communicable diseases as major threat to human health
Enemy number 1 - Air pollution and climate change top of WHO agenda
Researchers identify how concussions may contribute to seizures
Blood marker could aid in early prediction of Alzheimer's progression
Mouse studies challenge 'inhibition' theory of autism
Role of the Spleen in Drug Metabolism
Orthostatic Hypotension Symptoms and Causes
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Tim Strassmaier and James Constantin
Learn how patch clamp technology meets high-throughput to benefit ion channel research in this interview with Tim and James, Nanion.
In this interview, Judy MacInnis from Cape Breton university, explains the importance of giving students hands-on EPR experience during in their studies.
In this interview, AZoNetwork speaks to Knauer about the use of FPLC for purification of proteins and
how their products enable scientists to get the most of liquid chromatography; conducted by Matthew Rafferty
Building a Successful Email Campaign for a Scientific Audience
Using Webinars to Tell Science Stories – PART II
Reaching Scientists Through Newsletters
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