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Can eating yoghurt reduce cardiovascular disease risk?

Can eating yoghurt reduce cardiovascular disease risk?

A higher intake of yoghurt is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease amongst hypertensive men and women, a new study published by...
A new family of antibiotics found in dirt samples

A new family of antibiotics found in dirt samples

Scientists at Rockefeller University, US, have discovered a new family of antibiotics in samples of soil which could prove significant in the battle against...
Playing video games can improve motility after a cerebral infarction

Playing video games can improve motility after a cerebral infarction

New research reveals that motility issues following a cerebral infarction can be improved by a type of cognitive training which includes video games. The study,...
CureVac’s influenza and malaria vaccines receive further funding

CureVac’s influenza and malaria vaccines receive further funding

German-based biopharmaceutical company CureVac has been awarded two new grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to continue helping develop influenza and malaria...
Oncology supportive care will increase as cancer sufferers live longer

Oncology supportive care will increase as cancer sufferers live longer

The need for effective oncology supportive care will increase in the next decade as cancer patients are living longer and cancer is becoming more...
Sibling bullying severely increases risk of psychotic disorders

Sibling bullying severely increases risk of psychotic disorders

New research from the University of Warwick, UK, has found that victims of sibling bullying in childhood are three times more likely to develop...
New initiative to individualise treatment for Alzheimer's disease

New initiative to individualise Alzheimer’s treatment

A new innovative programme called the ‘Dementia Prevention Initiative’ (DPI) has been developed which aims to abandon generalised methods in favour of individualised Alzheimer’s...
Jean-Charles Soria receives cancer drug development reward

Jean-Charles Soria receives cancer drug development award

Professor Jean-Charles Soria has been awarded the TAT 2018 Honorary Award for cancer drug development across molecular targeted agents, precision medicine and immunotherapy. In the...
Diabetes treatment breakthrough designed to remove painful side effects

Diabetes treatment breakthrough designed to remove painful side effects

A chemist has invented a new diabetes treatment that improves glucose tolerance without any of the severe side effects like nausea and vomiting. Meredith Professor...
Memory loss provides potential early Alzheimer’s identifier

Memory loss provides potential early Alzheimer’s identifier

A new cognitive test has been developed by the University of Exeter and University College London, UK, that helps detect subtle memory loss years...
Glucagon delivery system reduces post-bariatric hypoglycaemia

‘Smart’ glucagon delivery system reduces post-bariatric hypoglycaemia

A new smart glucagon delivery system has been created so that people with post-bariatric hypoglycaemia are able to live without dangerous complications. The new glucagon...
Fertility treatments could be improved after human eggs grown in lab

Fertility treatments could be improved after human eggs grown in lab

Scientists at Edinburgh University, UK, have fully grown egg cells in a laboratory, and there is now hope that this could lead to improved...

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