0327 GMT June 28 2017
Single operation could cure type 2 diabetes
A new simple stomach operation could cure diabetes for millions of overweight Britons.
Could humans ever regenerate a heart?
When Mark Martindale decided to trace the evolutionary origin of muscle cells, like the ones that form our hearts, he looked in an unlikely place: The genes of animals without hearts or muscles.
Premature infants at greater risk of SIDS
A new study from Rutgers University researchers has found that premature infants are still at a greater risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
Childhood poverty may predict heart failure in adulthood
Growing up poor might put you at risk for heart failure in adulthood, a new study suggested.
Eating fish significantly reduce rheumatoid arthritis pain
Eating fish at least twice a week may significantly reduce the pain and swelling associated with rheumatoid arthritis, a new study found.
High blood pressure could be linked to deadly cancers
High blood pressure — also known as hypertension — is associated with an increased risk of heart disease, heart attack and stroke.
Researchers call for US policies on drugs to be based on neuroscience
A team of Stanford University neuro-scientists and legal scholars argues that drug policies in the US are at times exactly the opposite from what science-based policies would look like.
Lifestyle changes may slow, prevent dementia
Simple changes to your lifestyle might delay the start of dementia or slow its progression, a new report suggested.
Walking could reduce risk of developing Alzheimer's disease?
Alzheimer’s disease affects 850,000 people in the UK, and sufferers — or people wanting to prevent it — are told to do regular physical activity to help ward off symptoms.
Drinking grapefruit juice can affect some medicine
High blood pressure is a condition which affects thousands of people in the UK, but experts believe those who take certain medication to treat the condition should avoid one type of fruit.
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