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Brexit's Impact on Healthcare
24 Aug 2018 • 1 comment
Britain is preparing to airlift in medicines with a short shelf life if London cannot strike a Brexit deal with the EU, the government said Thursday. London has plans to ensure a continued supply of...
Measles Cases Hit Record High in Europe
22 Aug 2018
Cases of measles in Europe have hit a record high, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). More than 41,000 people have been infected in the first six months of 2018, leading to 37 deaths. L...
Rise in type 2 diabetes in young people in England and Wales
21 Aug 2018 • 4 comments
The number of children and young people being treated for type 2 diabetes in England and Wales has gone up from 507 to 715 in four years, new figures show. More than three-quarters were also obese,...
Bloomberg targets Big Tobacco's 'underhanded tactics'
14 Aug 2018
European regulator launches review of recalled heart drug
3 Aug 2018
Deadly heatwaves threaten China's northern breadbasket
2 Aug 2018
Teetotallers, like big drinkers, more prone to dementia
2 Aug 2018 • 6 comments
Paris, Aug 2, 2018 (AFP) - People who have sworn off alcohol for decades or longer run a higher risk of dementia late in life than moderate drinkers, according to a new study. Long-term teetotallers...
Japan human trial tests iPS cell treatment for Parkinson's
31 Jul 2018
UK doctors given green light to prescribe cannabis
27 Jul 2018 • 27 comments
World-first melanoma blood test detects early stages of deadly skin cancer
25 Jul 2018
Australian scientists have developed the world’s first blood test to detect melanoma in its early stages. Early trials of the test involving 209 people showed it was capable of picking up early stage...
Concerns over HIV resurgence dominates world AIDS conference
24 Jul 2018
Cancer treatment could benefit from a major new discovery in DNA
23 Jul 2018
Major positive implications for cancer treatment could be on the horizon as scientists have made a discovery about how cells repair broken strands of DNA. Published in Nature Today, the study found...