Intrigued doctors at the Loma Linda University's paediatrics department stumbled across the case, the first recorded one of its kind in medical literature, and published it in the BMJ Case Reports.Read More »
Sara Page, 54, who lives in Cornwall, discovered she had an aggressive tumour in her left breast just months after being told her Border Collie-Labrador cross Freyja, aged nine, had incurable cancer.Read More »
Continuous low doses of far ultraviolet C (far-UVC) light kills airborne flu viruses without harming human tissues, causing skin cancers or cataracts, Columbia University experts discovered.Read More »
Women facing infertility have been given new hope after British scientists managed to grow human eggs in a laboratory for the first time. The pioneering research took place in Edinburgh University.Read More »
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TOO much or too little salt in our diet may speed up mental decline as we get older leading to dementia, according to research last night. Scientists have found a direct link between salt consumption and the degenerative brain disease.
DREAMS can be very vivid and emotional, and everyone dreams every single night when they’re sleeping. But, what are nightmares, night terrors and sleep paralysis, and how can you prevent them?
Thousands of patients could soon be sent for a controversial ‘spinal tap’ to check whether they have dementia instead of being asked questions such as who is the Prime Minister.Read More »
Sneezes seem like sudden, unpredictable responses to whatever is in the air, but often they actually follow a regular schedule. Experts explain why you are more likely to sneeze at certain times.Read More »
WARNING: UPSETTING CONTENT - A health-conscious fitness fanatic, 33-year-old Joei Smith had got his flu shot in early November and passed his annual physical with flying colors in mid-December.Read More »