It has been discovered that the herpes simplex virus (HSV) plays a major role in Alzheimer’s disease and the antiherpetic medication dramatically affects the risk of dementia.
A study from the University of East Anglia in the UK has indicated that opting for a Mediterranean-type diet could decrease bone loss in people who suffer from osteoporosis.
A link between living at higher latitudes and having a higher of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) prevalence rate has been revealed on a new study conducted at Binghamton University.
UK health officials have warned that junior doctors no longer have time for necessary training to improve their skills because they are too overworked.
Experts from the Universities of Oxford and York in the UK believe they have discovered a revolutionary method that can combat body odor.
Researchers from the University of Exeter Medical School and St Leonard’s Practice in Exeter, United Kingdom have conducted a systematic review that examined the link between continuity of care and patient mortality.
Cambridge scientists have stated that advances in genetics are about to revolutionize breast cancer treatment for women, therefore creating more personalised care for each individual.
The understanding and the possibility of surgery in space has been explored by a team of researchers and recently published in the British Journal of Surgery (BJS).
The researchers were inspired by the public’s interest in space exploration and wanted to analyze the need to treat and diagnose medical issues that future space travellers might experience.
British scientists have engineered a revolutionary method that can create human corneas using advanced 3D-printng technology.
Medical News Today has recently reported on a case study that was featured in the latest edition of the BMJ Case Reports journal involving a woman (name unknown) who experienced continuous and excruciating pain in her left hip, thigh and knee after getting a tattoo several months earlier.