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‘Immune cleanup’ could offer treatment for rare disorder

‘Immune cleanup’ could offer treatment for rare disorder

Researchers have discovered how stimulating an ‘immune cleanup’ could offer a potential treatment for people suffering from a rare disorder named leukocyte adhesion deficiency...
Social isolation increases risk of heart attacks, stroke, and death

Social isolation increases risk of heart attacks, stroke, and death

A new study from Germany has shown that social isolation puts people at an increased risk of heart attacks, stroke, and death from all...
COVID-19 lockdown could lead to a surge of addiction relapses

COVID-19 lockdown could lead to a surge of addiction relapses

Experts warn that the COVID-19 lockdown could lead to a surge of alcohol and drug addiction relapses. The UK’s leading addiction treatment provider has warned...
Ménière's disease: how x-ray technology is teaching us about the disease

Ménière’s disease: how x-ray technology is teaching us about the disease

Ménière's disease is a condition that affects the inner ear, causing problems such as tinnitus, hearing loss, a feeling of pressure in the ear,...
Mental Health Awareness Week: COVID-19 mental health research

Mental Health Awareness Week: COVID-19 mental health research

Mental Health Awareness week takes place from 18 – 22 May, and, during the COVID-19 crisis ensuring good mental health is more important than...
Discover how a microRNA ‘nose cocktail’ could help fight COVID-19

Discover how a microRNA ‘nose cocktail’ could help fight COVID-19

A new report has shown how microRNA that should attack COVID-19 is diminished with chronic conditions and age, and suggests that a ‘nose cocktail’...
Better control of blood sugar for diabetics with two-in-one injection

Better control of blood sugar for diabetics with two-in-one injection

An experimental two-in-one insulin injection has been created to help diabetics gain better control of their blood sugar. The injection, developed by researchers at Stanford...
Could the brain be a therapeutic target for COVID-19 patients?

Could the brain be a therapeutic target for COVID-19 patients?

A new study in rats has revealed that the brain could be a potential therapeutic target for COVID-19 patients. New research, published today in The Journal...
Implications of COVID-19 on digestive health

Implications of COVID-19 on digestive health

Professor Markus Peck, Chair of the United European Gastroenterology Public Affairs Committee, discusses recommendations and calls to EU institutions, governments and interest groups across...
Predicting the risk of Alzheimer’s disease with AI

Predicting the risk of Alzheimer’s disease with AI

A new Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithm can accurately predict and diagnose the risk of Alzheimer’s disease in a patient. The deep learning algorithm, developed by...
Mutation discovery could lead to treatment for rare neurological disorder

Mutation discovery could lead to treatment for rare neurological disorder

A team of researchers have discovered a mutation in a protein that can cause a rare neurological disorder – leading to the identification of...
Discover how AI can help with early detection of glaucoma

Discover how AI can help with early detection of glaucoma

A new test combined with Artificial Intelligence is able to detect glaucoma progression up to 18 months earlier than current tests. Glaucoma, the leading global...

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