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Fertility Tracker maximises fertility options

Fertility Tracker maximises fertility options

A leading healthcare and technology company has developed a new fertility tracker that will help couples struggling to reproduce identify the optimum time for...
New link found between smoking and risk of psychoses

New link found between smoking and risk of psychoses

Smoking at least ten cigarettes a day is linked to a higher risk of psychoses compared to non-smoking young people, a new study suggests. The...
Could screening open up more treatment options for cancer patients

Excessive TV viewing could increase bowel cancer risk in men

New research suggests that sitting down to watch over four hours of TV a day could increase bowel cancer risk in men compared to...
World Health Organization issues guidance on tobacco product regulation

World Health Organization issues guidance on tobacco product regulation

The World Health Organization (WHO) has launched new guidance on the role tobacco product regulation can play to reduce tobacco demand, save lives and...
Risk of developing dementia identified through blood molecules

Risk of developing dementia identified through blood molecules

Researchers at the University of Texas at San Antonio, US, have identified certain blood molecules that could help indicate the level of risk of...
New AI service to aid treatment of gestational diabetes

New AI service to aid treatment of gestational diabetes

CleverHealth Network is launching its first development project in Finland, which takes the form of a digital service model based on artificial intelligence to...
Regular exercise throughout life slows down body’s ageing process

Regular exercise throughout life slows down body’s ageing process

New research from the University of Birmingham and King’s College London, UK, has found that a lifetime of regular exercise slows the down the...
Brain alterations and cognitive impairment linked to air pollution

Brain alterations and cognitive impairment linked to air pollution

A new study in the Netherlands has discovered a link between residential air pollution exposure among school-age children and brain abnormalities and cognitive impairment. The...
EIWH supports Women’s Day with policy looking at menstrual disorders

EIWH supports Women’s Day with policy looking at menstrual disorders

In celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD), the European Institute of Women’s Health (EIWH) is announcing a new policy brief that will soon be...
One-off prostate cancer PSA test does not save lives

One-off prostate cancer PSA test does not save lives

Inviting men with no symptoms to a one-off PSA test for prostate cancer does not save lives, according to results from a ten-year Cancer...
Park is awarded the title of 2017 Highly Cited Researcher

Defying the odds – my journey to becoming a Highly Cited Researcher

Professor Eun-Jung Park chronicles her path from a ‘young child from a poor family in South Korea’ to a celebrated scientist and Highly Cited...
International Women's Day: tackling gender and mental health

International Women’s Day: tackling gender and mental health

This year’s International Women's Day (8 March) coincides with European Parliament discussions on a proposed directive on work-life balance for parents and carers, which...

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