Monday, September 21, 2015



Hong Kong scientists claim they have made a potential breakthrough discovery in the fight

Aussie scientists make major breakthrough in capabilities of ultrasound

Researchers at Australia's University of Queensland (UQ) have made

Low carb? Low fat? What the latest dieting studies tell us

Bacon and black coffee for breakfast, or oatmeal and

More than 3,000 patients possibly exposed to HIV, hepatitis

The New Jersey Department of Health says more than 3,000 patients at a surgery

Cancer-killing treatment approved in Australia

A "revolutionary" cancer drug that supercharges immune cells to hunt and kill cancer cells

Puzzle solving 'won't stop mental decline'

Doing crossword puzzles and Sudoku does not protect against mental decline, according to a

Nestle recalls baby formula in Germany

Nestle has recalled a batch of its Alfamino amino

1st baby born using uterus transplanted from deceased donor

Brazilian doctors are reporting the world's first baby born to a woman with a

WHO says it can fight Ebola outbreak despite US withdrawal

The head of the World Health Organization said Monday it can fight the

66 found HIV positive in Sylhet

At least 66 new patients have been tested HIV

Scale up testing for HIV: UN chief

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for scaling up testing for HIV to enable

80 adolescents to die of AIDS globally a day by 2030: Unicef

In Bangladesh, the HIV prevalence among general population remains low (

What we're eating is killing us: global nutrition report

Poor diets are among the top causes of ill health globally, accounting for nearly

40 mn diabetics might face insulin shortage by 2030: study


Type 2 diabetes 'affects 7,000 under-25s'

There are nearly 7,000 children and young adults under 25 with type 2 diabetes

US, Canada warn on E coli in lettuce

Public health officials in the United States and Canada

Uganda, at high risk for Ebola, starts vaccinating medics

Uganda has started vaccinating health workers against Ebola in a border district near the outbreak in Congo.The vaccinations began on

Spanking is harmful to children

Parents should not spank their children, the American Academy of Pediatrics said Monday in

Eating fish reduces symptoms of childhood asthma: study

Eating fish such as salmon, trout and sardines can significantly reduce asthma symptoms in children, an international study led by

Success of IVF 'causes fall in adoptions'

The success of IVF has caused a drop in the number of children being

Robotic surgery for cervical cancer boosts death risk

A minimally invasive, robotic surgery commonly used for performing hysterectomies in women with early

Dogs could detect malaria by sniffing socks of infected people: study

Sniff dogs could be trained to detect malaria

Diabetes drug may help prevent blindness: study

Researchers from China's Taiwan Province have found that a

New pathology guidelines to help fight breast cancer: Aussie researchers

University of Queensland researchers said on Thursday that they

Two unborn babies' spines repaired in womb

Two unborn babies have had their spines repaired by surgeons - weeks before

U.S. scientists create new drug to sustain oxygen-starved hearts

U.S. scientists at University of California,

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