0102 GMT January 23, 2018
All that smartphone time may be making teens unhappy
Teens who are glued to their smartphones and other devices are unhappier than those who spend less time on digital media, new research found.
Researchers borrow from AIDS playbook to tackle rheumatic heart disease
Billions of US taxpayer dollars have been invested in Africa over the past 15 years to improve care for millions suffering from the HIV-AIDS epidemic; yet health systems on the continent continue to struggle.
Anemia discovery offers new targets to treat fatigue in millions
A new discovery from the University of Virginia School of Medicine has revealed an unknown clockwork mechanism within the body that controls the creation of oxygen-carrying red blood cells.
Children in England 'deserve better' from healthcare
Children ‘deserve better’ from healthcare in England, says a report.
New blood test could detect eight common cancers: Study
US researchers have taken a major step forward in the fight against cancer by developing a single blood test that screens for eight common types of tumors in early stages.
The bad flu season has revealed a dangerous problem with our medical supply chain
By Morten Wendelbo & Christine Crudo Blackburn*
Dementia: Seven ways to reduce the risk of the neurodegenerative disease
Dementia is an umbrella term for a collection of symptoms that result from damage to the brain caused by different diseases — for example Alzheimer’s.
Genetically engineered flu vaccine shows promise with animals
Instead of getting a flu shot at the doctor's office, you might someday inhale a nasal spray vaccine at home.
Breastfeeding may prevent type 2 diabetes in mothers
It's often said breastfeeding is best for babies, but new research suggested it also might have a significant long-term benefit for moms —preventing type 2 diabetes.
Cervical cancer: Signs, symptoms and how to prevent
Cervical cancer symptoms often don’t show during its early stages.
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