Lassa Fever: Researchers Develop Model To Predict Spread of Human Disease From Animals
A new model, developed for Lassa fever that is spread by rats, will be able to predict how...
Malnurition: Obesity Boom Leading To Rise In Malnutrition
The obesity boom that is sweeping the world is leading to another nutritional problem, that of malnutrition.
Cervical Cancer: Screening Being Put Off By Women Over 50
A survey by a cervical cancer charity has revealed that one in three women over 50 has delayed...
Baby Deaths Investigations By NHS ‘Not Good Enough’
A preliminary report that has been described as “unacceptable” by ministers has revealed that there are too many...
Multiple Sclerosis Can Be ‘Halted’ With New Treatment
The progression of multiple sclerosis, a dreaded disease that affects the brain and spinal cord, can be halted...
Heart Attack: Cardiac ‘Bruising’ May Predict Severity Of Heart Attack
Looking for bruising or bleeding in the heart muscle may lead medical practitioners to tell the severity of...
Depression: A New Blood Test May Help Doctors Pick The Best Treatment
Doctors can now pick the best drug for patients suffering from depression.
Women Nearly Twice More Vulnerable To Experiencing Anxiety As Compared To Men
Women are nearly twice more prone to experiencing anxiety, as compared to men, a global review of 40...
Bowel Cancer: Stents May Help Avoid Colostomy Bags
Bowel cancer patients may be able to avoid colostomy bags if inserted with an expandable tube at the...
Overfed Infants: Parents To Be Blamed, Study Says
Parents in UK may be feeding their babies and toddlers larger portions than they need for their nutritional...