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Obesity ‘Biggest Threat to Women’s Health’ in England

Obesity is the biggest threat to women's health and the health of future generations, warns England's chief medical ... View more
17 December 2015
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Eighty Children Get Chickenpox at Brunswick North West Primary, a School that Calls for ‘Tolerance’ of Vaccine Dodgers

One in four of the children who attend a Brunswick school that calls for tolerance for vaccine dodgers ... View more
17 December 2015
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Molecule Clears Alzheimer’s Plaques in Mice

A molecule can clear Alzheimer's plaques from the brains of mice and improve learning and memory, Korean scientists ... View more
10 December 2015
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Researchers Discover Key Biological Markers for Psychotic Disorders

A team of researchers led by faculty at the University of Georgia has identified a number of biological ... View more
10 December 2015
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Why Focusing on a Visual Task Will Make Us Deaf to Our Surroundings

Concentrating attention on a visual task can render you momentarily ‘deaf’ to sounds at normal levels, reports a ... View more
10 December 2015
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Exploring New Paths for the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

Research from the University of Alberta's Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry is trailblazing a potential new pathway for ... View more
03 December 2015
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Many Parents ‘Never Talk About Mental Health’ to Children

More than half of parents in England have never spoken to their children about stress, anxiety or depression, ... View more
03 December 2015
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Safer Way to Do Gene Editing

Scientists say they have fine tuned a gene editing method to make it safer and more accurate - ... View more
03 December 2015
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No Cable Spaghetti in the Brain

Our brain is a mysterious machine. Billions of nerve cells are connected such that they store information as ... View more
26 November 2015
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Researchers Discover How Immune Cells Resist Radiation Treatment

Researchers at The Tisch Cancer Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have discovered a ... View more
26 November 2015
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Researchers Urge Caution in Prescribing Commonly Used Drug to Treat ADHD

Authors of new Cochrane Review remain uncertain about effect of widely used medicine on ADHD symptoms, despite large ... View more
26 November 2015
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Taming Hot Flashes Without Hormones: What Works, What Doesn’t

Some three-quarters of North American women have menopausal hot flashes, but many cannot use hormones for medical reasons ... View more
19 November 2015
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Stronger Flu Shot to Be Rolled Out in 2016 to Arrest Increasing Spread of Virus

A new influenza vaccine that protects against four different strains of the virus will be released next year, ... View more
12 November 2015
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Scientists Breach Brain Barrier to Treat Sick Patient

For the first time, doctors have breached the human brain's protective layer to deliver cancer-fighting drugs. The Canadian ... View more
12 November 2015
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Boiling Peanuts May Stop Allergic Reaction, Flinders University Researcher Finds

Boiling peanuts for up to 12 hours could desensitise children to allergic reactions, according to findings made by ... View more
12 November 2015
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Cancer Substantially Affects Cognition

An international group of researchers has found cancer substantially affects memory, in the largest longitudinal cohort study assessing ... View more
04 November 2015
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Queensland Coroner Calls for Safer Batteries after Inquest into Death of Four-Year-Old

Manufacturers of button-sized lithium batteries must make them safe if swallowed, a Queensland coroner has recommended following an ... View more
04 November 2015
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Mindfulness Meditation Linked to False Memory Recall

Published in the journal Psychological Science, the study suggests individuals who engage in mindfulness meditation may have less ... View more
04 November 2015
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Videos | Interviews

Managing Tick Bites

Interview with Dr Bernard Hudson Questions: – How should GPs investigate patients for tick borne diseases? (0:41) – ... View more
Dr Bernard Hudson | Created on 16 July 2014 | Duration 4m
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