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The science behind traumatic brain injury and concussion

The science behind traumatic brain injury and concussion

While probing the origins of concussion, Stevens researchers identify which regions of the brain are more vulnerable to damage from a traumatic brain injury. If...
Using immunotherapy drugs to tackle treatment-resistant lymphoma

Using immunotherapy drugs to tackle treatment-resistant lymphoma

Explore how Mount Sinai researchers have made immunotherapy drugs work for treatment-resistant lymphoma for the first time. Mount Sinai researchers have developed a way to...
Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia: hidden parthenolide compound in flowers could kill cancer cells

Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia: hidden parthenolide compound in flowers could kill cancer cells

A team of researchers were able to extract the compound parthenolide from common gardening flowers and modify it so it could be used to...
Ex-Love Islander opens up about mental and emotional health

Ex-Love Islander opens up about mental and emotional health

Jack Fincham, winner of Love Island 2018, talked about his battle with anxiety, depression, mental and emotional health during a recent visit to men's...
Vascular closure devices market is expected to reach $1,286m (~€1,154m) by 2026

Vascular closure devices market is expected to reach $1,286m (~€1,154m) by 2026

Did you know that the global vascular closure devices market was valued at $705m in 2017 and is expected to reach $1286m by 2026? The...
Can researchers treat liver failure without the need for liver transplants?

Can researchers treat liver failure without the need for liver transplants?

Researchers have used single cell RNA sequencing to identify a type of cell that may be able to regenerate liver tissue, treating liver failure...
Cerebral Palsy treatment: smart cells release 21st stem cell sample to treat child

Cerebral Palsy treatment: smart cells release 21st stem cell sample to treat child

Introducing cutting-edge cell-based Cerebral Palsy treatment – discover how Smart Cells have released their 21st stem cell sample to the Duke University Hospital, to...
Noise pollution effects: what do you think it does to humans?

Noise pollution effects: what do you think it does to humans?

In a nutshell, any sound that disturbs your peace is noise, regardless of whether or not you are used to it – But have...
Will personalised skin graft provide better outcomes?

Will personalised skin graft provide better outcomes?

Speaking with Health Europa Dr Daniela Marino explains personalised skin graft, how CUTISS came to be, along with sharing the many challenges in the...
Funding to better understand craniopagus conjoined children

Funding to better understand craniopagus conjoined children

Charity, Gemini Untwined, has been launched to fund treatment and further our understanding of craniopagus conjoined children around the world. The surgeons behind the life-changing...
Liver diseases: rethinking food and exercise for a healthy liver

Liver diseases: rethinking food and exercise for a healthy liver

Western countries are experiencing liver diseases at an unprecedented rate, could adopting the Mediterranean diet be the best tool to combat this? Non-alcoholic fatty liver...
Light and shadow – daily life with Mucopolysaccharide storage disorders

Light and shadow – daily life with Mucopolysaccharide storage disorders

Susanne Kircher, co-founder of the Austrian MPS Society, talks about the rare chronic diseases, mucopolysaccharide storage disorders. Mucopolysaccharide storage disorders (MPS) are rare chronic diseases,...

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