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Chronic kidney disease kills more than 1m people annually worldwide
Chronic kidney disease has been described as a "global killer in plain sight" by the authors of a new analysis estimating prevalence of the condition.
Foot-and-mouth disease virus could help target deadly pancreatic cancer: Study
A virus that causes fever and blisters in cattle could hold the key to tackling the deadly pancreatic cancer, scientists say.
How to recognize, prevent heart disease
February is American Heart Month to raise awareness about heart disease and how you can prevent it.
Bacterial link in celiac disease
Bacterial exposure has been identified as a potential environmental risk factor in developing coeliac disease (CD), a hereditary autoimmune-like condition that affects about one in 70 Australians.
Hong Kong steps up response to mystery disease
Hong Kong authorities activated a newly created "serious response" level Saturday as fears spread about a mysterious infectious disease that may have been brought back by visitors to a mainland Chinese city.
Motor neurone disease (ALS) 'linked to cholesterol'
Scientists say they have discovered a possible underlying cause of the neurological disorder, motor neurone disease (MND).
Eating chili peppers could halve your risk of dying from heart disease
Spice-lovers, here’s some great news: Packing in the chili peppers could be doing a world of good for your wellbeing. Eating chilies halves the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, new research suggests.
Leg pain could spell peripheral artery disease for some
Leg pain while walking or doing other activities could be a sign of peripheral artery disease, an expert said.
Higher antibiotic exposure linked to increased risk of Parkinson's disease
Higher exposure to commonly used oral antibiotics is linked to an increased risk of Parkinson's disease according to a recently published study by researchers form the Helsinki University Hospital, Finland.
Lack of sleep may explain why poor people are more at risk of heart disease
A lack of sleep may be why poor people are more at risk of heart disease, a new study suggests.
Over-60s exercising an hour a week face a lower risk of heart disease or stroke: South Korean researchers
It's never too late to start exercising, according to a major study which found active over-60s cut their risk of heart attack and stroke.
Prostate drug may slow Parkinson's disease
A drug used to treat enlarged prostates may be a powerful medicine against Parkinson's disease, according to an international team of scientists.
Hundreds show up to support and bring awareness to heart disease and strokes in US
Almost 850,000 people across the United States died in 2016 from cardiovascular disease, according to the American Heart Association. On Saturday in Spokane, survivors, caretakers and supporters walked to bring awareness to heart disease and strokes.
Gene therapy for rare eye disease set to be offered on NHS
Patients with a rare inherited eye disorder are set to be able to access a new gene therapy on the UK National Health Service (NHS) which slows down sight loss.

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