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Researchers identify a cause of preterm labour

Researchers identify a cause of preterm labour

Researchers have identified a cause of preterm labour, opening new possibilities for future innovative treatments. Preterm labour is the single biggest cause of neonatal mortality...
Azenta announces acquisition of B Medical Systems

Azenta announces acquisition of B Medical Systems

Azenta Inc. has announced its agreement to acquire B Medical Systems, a market leader in temperature-controlled storage and transportation solutions. In an exciting development, Azenta...
The longest NHS waiting list is almost eliminated

The longest NHS waiting list is almost eliminated

The longest NHS waiting list is virtually eliminated, a significant and exciting milestone in healthcare history. In a new press release, the NHS has announced...
Predicting Rett syndrome severity using overnight EEGs

Predicting Rett syndrome severity using overnight EEGs

A new study looks at how sleep EEGs in patients with Rett syndrome could aid in predicting disease features and severity. Rett syndrome is a...
Study finds BCG tuberculosis vaccine offers immune boosting benefits

Study finds BCG tuberculosis vaccine offers immune boosting benefits

A study of the BCG tuberculosis vaccine discovers immune boosting benefits in infants over a year after vaccination. Researchers from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) and...
Artistic rendering of the gels encapsulating a viral vaccine.

Scientists discover a novel method to extend the shelf life of vaccines

New research illuminates the necessity of extending the shelf life of vaccines and finds a new approach to mitigate common vaccine problems. It is reported...
Defence Therapeutics receives US patent for its ADC Platform Technology

Defence Therapeutics receives US patent for its ADC Platform Technology

In an exciting development, Defence Therapeutics has received a US patent covering its ADC Platform Technology. In the latest announcement on August 8th, 2022, Defence...
Mental health and headaches in children worsened during the pandemic

Mental health and headaches in children worsened during the pandemic

A new study has found that mental health and headaches in children progressively worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers from the Children’s National Hospital have...
Can low vitamin D levels cause chronic inflammation?

Can low vitamin D levels cause chronic inflammation?

A new study has found a link between low levels of vitamin D and conditions causing chronic inflammation. Inflammation normally supports the healing process following...
Digital support mobile tool helps reduce alcohol consumption

Digital support mobile tool helps reduce alcohol consumption

Linköping University has designed a digital support tool to help individuals reduce their alcohol consumption. A new study by researchers at Linköping University has found...
rare blood cancer

UVA Cancer Center receives $5.75 million to research rare blood cancers

Over $5.75m has been anonymously donated to fund rare blood cancer research to develop innovative treatments. UVA’s National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center will use...
long COVID symptoms

Long COVID symptoms experienced by one in eight COVID-19 patients

Evidence published in The Lancet suggests that one in eight adults (12.7%) infected with SARS-CoV-2 experience long COVID symptoms. The study, which was performed in...
Study finds low-calorie sweetener that improves gut health

Study finds low-calorie sweetener that improves gut health

American Chemical Society has discovered a low-calorie sweetener that can help improve gut health. It is well-known that sweeteners and sugars can lead to health...
Measuring blood pressure in both arms reduces hypertension

Measuring blood pressure in both arms reduces hypertension

A new study finds that measuring blood pressure in both arms can reduce cardiovascular risk and hypertension. Research by the University of Exeter analysed data...
COVID-19 restrictions not linked to distress levels in England

COVID-19 restrictions not linked to distress levels in England

A new study has found that English people continued to experience psychological distress beyond COVID-19 restrictions. Researchers from the University College London (UCL) and King’s...
dementia care

Sage House dementia care model could improve 900,000 UK patient’s lives

Researchers at the University of Chichester are set to review a groundbreaking dementia care model designed by the charity Dementia Support that may enhance...
Queen’s University receive funding for breast cancer treatment research

Queen’s University Belfast awarded funding for breast cancer treatment research

Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast have received funding from Breast Cancer Now to discover new breast cancer treatments. This new research is inspired by the...
cannabidiol

Cannabidiol halves treatment-resistant anxiety symptoms in young people

A pilot study revealed that cannabidiol potentially halves the severity of symptoms from treatment-resistant anxiety in young people. The Cannabidiol Youth Anxiety Pilot Study, led...
Premature menopause is associated with increased risks of heart failure

Premature menopause is associated with increased risks of heart failure

A new study has found that premature menopause increases the risk of heart problems such as heart failure and atrial fibrillation. Premature menopause occurs before...
diabetes prevention

Eating quinoa boosts type 2 diabetes prevention

A study by Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) suggests that regularly eating quinoa can help type 2 diabetes prevention. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates...

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