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Health Europa brings you the latest Research & Innovation News from across the field of European Healthcare & Social Care Policy.

New research could improve current cancer treatments

New research could improve current cancer treatments

Combining existing chemotherapy drugs with cancer treatments that cut off blood supply to a tumour could be more effective, new research from the University...
A new approach to the treatment of prostate cancer

A new approach to the treatment of prostate cancer

By understanding the production of specific human sex hormones, it can help develop new treatments for prostate cancer and polycystic ovary syndrome, a new...
How depression can negatively affect cognitive function

How depression can negatively affect cognitive function

People with depression or anxiety will have an increased risk of reduced cognitive function due to the advanced speed with which the brain ages,...
An egg a day could reduce risk of cardiovascular disease

An egg a day could reduce risk of cardiovascular disease

By consuming one egg every day it could help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD), according to a new study carried out in...
How artificial intelligence is vital in improving cancer care

How artificial intelligence is vital in improving cancer care

Following UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech regarding artificial intelligence’s (AI) potential of saving thousands of lives by improving cancer care, experts have weighed...
Is a warmer body better at fighting infections and tumours?

Is a warmer body better at fighting infections and tumours?

New research from the universities of Warwick and Manchester, UK, has shown that a higher body temperature speeds the body’s response to fighting infections...
Obesity is linked to the frequency of smoking and risk of taking up smoking

Obesity is linked to the frequency of smoking and risk of taking up smoking

A new study published this week by the BMJ has revealed that obesity is associated with an increased risk of the frequency and taking...
High intensity exercise found to not benefit those with dementia

High intensity exercise found to not benefit those with dementia

A new trial published by the BMJ has found moderate to high intensity exercise does not slow down cognitive impairment in older people with...
How are mood disorders and circadian rhythm disruption linked?

How are mood disorders and circadian rhythm disruption linked?

A study led by the University of Glasgow, UK, has found that disrupted circadian rhythm increases the risk of an individual developing mood disorders...
New €12m research project approved to enhance prostate cancer care

New €12m research project approved to enhance prostate cancer care

The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) has approved a new five-year project, PIONEER, with the goal to ensure all European men diagnosed with prostate cancer...
Spinal surgery found as effective as injections for osteoporosis pain relief

Spinal surgery found as effective as injections for osteoporosis pain relief

Spinal surgery (vertebroplasty) has been deemed just as effective to relieve the pain of osteoporosis as the placebo or the so-called ‘sham’ procedure in...
Is there a better treatment for prostate cancer on the horizon?

Is there a better treatment for prostate cancer on the horizon?

A new study from the University of Manchester, UK, has found a way to identify men with locally advanced prostate cancer who are less...

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