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New method found for measuring the treatment of rare liver disease in children

The study by UCLA researchers examines the role of the small molecule in children with a rare liver disease In a new study, the UCLA...
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The worrying findings of the male breastfeeding culture in Uganda

Dr Rowena Merritt from the University of Kent has elaborated on the worrying findings surrounding men in Uganda drinking their partner's breast milk After preliminary...
Did you know that the market for blood glucose monitoring is expected to rise?

Did you know that the market for blood glucose monitoring is expected to rise?

According to Data Bridge Market Research, the blood glucose monitoring system market is forecasted to increase from $13.9bn in 2018 to an estimated value...
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Fluoride causes defects in the tooth enamel, study finds

Researchers at NYC College of Dentistry have discovered that changes within enamel cells due to excessive fluoride can lead to fluorosis The research, published in...
Adverse Childhood Experiences approach overlooks vulnerable children

Adverse Childhood Experiences approach overlooks vulnerable children

A new report from Early Intervention Foundation suggests services using the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) approach may be overlooking vulnerable children and calls for...
New NHS approach to cardiac rehabilitation could save 20,000 lives

New NHS approach to cardiac rehabilitation could save 20,000 lives

A new projects aims to increase patient uptake of cardiac rehabilitation that could save up to 20,000 lives and prevent 49,000 hospital admissions. Experts from...
Patients with type 2 diabetes may have missed out on a vital kidney test

Patients with type 2 diabetes may have missed out on a vital kidney test

A UK-wide survey, conducted by Napp Pharmaceuticals, suggests that over half of GPs and nurses treating patients with type 2 diabetes do not carry...
Pairing CRISPR with DNA sequencing could help guide cancer treatment

Pairing CRISPR with DNA sequencing could help guide cancer treatment

In search of new ways to sequence human genomes and read critical alterations in DNA, researchers have successfully used the gene cutting tool CRISPR...
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Is green tea and exercise the key to reducing fatty liver disease?

Early in-vivo research suggests that a combination of green tea and exercise can reduce the severity of fatty liver disease by 75% Researchers from Penn...
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Two weeks to go until the National Day of Unplugging

The annual call for a 24-Hour digital detox enters 11th year, with this year’s event prioritising offline over online engagement The National Day of Unplugging...
Simple chores can help them learn responsibility from an early age

Exposure to cleaning products linked to asthma and wheezing in children

New research suggests that early exposure to household cleaning products is associated with the development of asthma and wheezing in children Professor Tim Takaro, the...
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Peripheral artery disease: Is cocoa the answer?

A new report by the American Heart Association reveals that the consumption of cocoa may improve walking performance for patients with peripheral artery disease Peripheral...

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