Thursday, July 18, 2019

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Ginger proved effective at treating children with acute gastroenteritis

Ginger proved effective at treating children with acute gastroenteritis

Researchers have today revealed results of a new study at the 51st ESPGHAN Annual Meeting which proves the effectiveness of using ginger to treat...
Primary care can help discover more cases of cancer early

Primary care can help discover more cases of cancer early

New research from Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, indicates that considerably more cases of suspected cancer can be identified early within...
What are the key factors to support quality of life in dementia?

What are the key factors to support quality of life in dementia?

A new study from the University of Exeter, UK, has identified the key factors that should be targeted to ensure those living with dementia...
Exposure to biological fumes and pesticides linked to risk of COPD

Exposure to biological fumes and pesticides linked to risk of COPD

A new study from Barcelona, Spain, has found a link between exposure to biological dusts, gases, fumes, and pesticides and an increased risk of...
Can HPV vaccines help prevent development of cervical cancer?

Can HPV vaccines help prevent development of cervical cancer?

HPV vaccines have been found to protect young women against the development of cervical cancer, according to new research published in the Cochrane Library. A...
Testicular cancer survivors benefit greatly from strenuous exercise

Testicular cancer survivors benefit greatly from strenuous exercise

A new study has found that high-intensity interval training helps reduce tiredness and improves self-esteem for those who’ve survived testicular cancer. The study, published in...
The controversy surrounding the ‘unreliable’ ME PACE trial

The controversy surrounding the ‘unreliable’ ME PACE trial

A controversial medical trial for the treatment of myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), known as the PACE trial, has been found to be ‘not reliable’ by...
Is cholesterol a risk factor for the onset of Alzheimer's disease?

Is cholesterol a risk factor for the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease?

New research from the University of Cambridge, UK, has found that cholesterol may be a contributing factor to the onset of Alzheimer's disease. It was...
People with chronic anxiety at increased risk of heart disease

People with chronic anxiety at increased risk of heart disease

Those with chronic anxiety see sympathetic nerve activity, which is linked to regulation of blood pressure, increase during mental and physiological stress, which could...
Global Fund joins the movement to halve malaria cases by 2023

Global Fund joins the movement to halve malaria cases by 2023

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria joined leaders at the Malaria Summit in London, UK last month, which aims to reduce...
Air pollution levels at dangerous heights in parts of the world

Air pollution levels at dangerous heights in parts of the world

New figures from the World Health Organization (WHO) released this week have revealed that air pollution levels are at dangerous heights in many parts...
CRUK launches £18m Brain Tumour Awards

CRUK launches £18m Brain Tumour Awards

The Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Brain Tumour Awards have been launched today, with the aim of funding and tackling six major themes in brain...

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