10 Jul 17'
Former anaesthetic & party drug now a potential depression treatment

Former anaesthetic & party drug now a potential depression treatment

Psychiatrists are getting excited … Why? Ketamine. A new study is researching beneficial effects for the treatment of major depression and is making progress with new insights.


10 Jul 17'
Deficient in Vitamin D? Guidelines may be changing …

Deficient in Vitamin D? Guidelines may be changing …

New research has planted a seed, urging a re-think in medical guidelines – not all vitamin D types carry the same weight when it comes to optimum health.


07 Jul 17'
‘Superbug’ strain of oral gonorrhoea may be untreatable

‘Superbug’ strain of oral gonorrhoea may be untreatable

Gonorrhoea is an STI infecting roughly 78 million people worldwide, and now it may be untreatable...


07 Jul 17'
A possible new era for the treatment of Alzheimer’s

A possible new era for the treatment of Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer's can be a difficult condition for both the patient and their loved ones. With new evidence into the development of the condition, there may be a chance for ground-breaking treatments to be developed...


05 Jul 17'
New app could help reduce dementia risk

New app could help reduce dementia risk

Memory issues are something we all deal with as we get older, but what if there was a way to help this?


30 Jun 17'
Vegetarians may be able to lose more weight

Vegetarians may be able to lose more weight

Does this study bring an end to the long-standing debate of meat vs. veggie eaters?


26 Jun 17'
Parents smartphone addiction can be damaging to children

Parents smartphone addiction can be damaging to children

A recent study was done to explore the impact the use of digital devices of parents has on their children...


21 Jun 17'
Uterine fibroid embolisation treatment may help restore fertility

Uterine fibroid embolisation treatment may help restore fertility

There may be new hope for women with uterine fibroids wanting to conceive … A new study has found a less invasive way of blocking blood flow to growths and ultimately making it easier to have a healthy pregnancy, and baby.


15 Jun 17'
WHO announces Bhutan and Maldives are Measles-free areas

WHO announces Bhutan and Maldives are Measles-free areas

After several decades, flags are being raised across the globe as outbreaks of measles are cropping up. Should we be bracing ourselves for another measles endemic? Or are the successes of strict strategy, such as those in the Maldives and Bhutan, getting a handle on effective vaccination policies?


12 Jun 17'
The world’s third penis transplant successfully completed

The world’s third penis transplant successfully completed

South Africa continues in groundbreaking work as they complete their second (the world's third) penis replacement.


Loading...