Tuesday, April 23, 2019

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Learn about the vaccine study confirming sensitivity of cholera vaccination

Learn about the vaccine study confirming sensitivity of cholera vaccination

Recently, the sensitivity of faecal microbiological cultures for detecting cholera has come under question – could a new vaccine study determine sensitivity of cholera...
Did you know one of curcumin benefits includes preventing Alzheimer’s?

Did you know one of curcumin benefits includes preventing Alzheimer’s?

Researchers at Warwick University believe preventing Alzheimer’s may come sooner than you think - with preliminary studies showing positive results of curcumin benefits. The natural...
Detecting fibromyalgia: could an experimental blood test be the answer?

Detecting fibromyalgia: could an experimental blood test be the answer?

For the first time, researchers have evidence that detecting fibromyalgia can be reliably done so using an experimental blood test – could this pave...
Predicting death made easy after cardiac admission

Predicting death made easy after cardiac admission

Published in CMAJ, a new tool designed for patients is better at predicting death after hospital cardiac admission than current tools – could this...
What do you know about the dangers of vitamin B12 deficiency?

What do you know about the dangers of vitamin B12 deficiency?

According to Rice University, USA, bio-scientists have discovered the first direct link between a diet with vitamin B12 deficiency and an increased risk of...
Systems medicine to RESOLVE metabolic syndrome

Systems medicine to RESOLVE metabolic syndrome

Eating differently and exercising more is the general advice for metabolic syndrome, but this may not be the whole story. About a quarter of all...
Curing HIV: are we a step closer to tackling the disease?

Curing HIV: are we a step closer to tackling the disease?

Could carriers of HIV become infection free? Discover how Professor Ravi Gupta of University College London and the University of Cambridge, UK, presented a...
Study warns that disinfectant in hospitals need to be regulated

Study warns that disinfectant in hospitals need to be regulated

Published in Nature Microbiology, research suggests that the use of disinfectant in hospitals to clean and control infections should be regulated as resistance may...
The guide to tackling common zoonotic diseases

The guide to tackling common zoonotic diseases

What do you know about common zoonotic diseases? Such diseases continue to be a threat to global health, but FAO, OIE and WHO may...
What’s the link between Alzheimer’s disease and head injuries?

What’s the link between Alzheimer’s disease and head injuries?

According to the researchers at University of Eastern Finland, individuals with Alzheimer’s disease have a higher risk of experiencing head injuries. Published in Journal of...
Beware of toxic chemicals: shisha effects explained

Beware of toxic chemicals: shisha effects explained

Do you know anything about shisha effects? Well, now published in the journal Circulation, researchers have discovered smokers are inhaling toxic chemicals that may...
E-Cigarettes are raising concerns for the health of the public

E-Cigarettes are raising concerns for the health of the public

Presented at the American College of Cardiology’s 68th Annual Scientific Session, research shows using e-cigarettes significantly increases chances of heart attack, coronary artery disease...

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