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It's no new news that viruses cause cancer. For example, human papillomavirus (HPV) causes almost all of the more than 500,000 annual worldwide cases of cervical cancer. By driving the proliferation of infected cells, viruses speed manufacture of more viruses, but excessive cellular proliferation is also a hallmark of cancer.
Once a campaign promise of incumbent French President Emmanuel Macron, the “Health Service” will be a requisite for France’s 47,000 medical students and is set to start in September 2018.
At the end of January, Apple announced the integration of a new function which will allow users to access their health records from multiple providers within the existing Health app.
Every person with hemophilia is different and this demands tailor-made treatments, both in the preparations of dosage factors to be substituted and in the treatment prevention of disease-related changes in joints.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has begun a reevaluation of the risk/benefit ratio for ESMYA (Ulipristal acetate), a drug for treatment of uterine fibroids in women of childbearing age. This decision follows five cases of severe hepatic insufficiency in Europe.
What effect does a particular cancer medicine or radiation therapy have on patients? To find out, physicians use CT images to determine whether a tumor’s size changes during the course of treatment.
Scientists have identified a single genetic change in Salmonella that is playing a key role in the devastating epidemic of bloodstream infections currently killing around 400,000 people each year in sub-Saharan Africa.
New research finds that mothers of 1-year-old infants have stronger brain responses to human faces after nasal spray administration of oxytocin.
The human brain is highly sensitive to oxygen deprivation. Extensive and irreversible damage occurs within approximately 10 minutes of cardiac (and hence circulatory) arrest. For the first time, researchers have been able to study these events in humans.
An international research team has succeeded in stopping the growth of malignant melanoma by reactivating a protective mechanism that prevents tumor cells from dividing.
A new method mixing techniques such as molecular self-assembly and additive manufacturing has been developed to construct complex structures by arranging molecules and cells embedded in a protective ink.
Public outreach campaigns can prevent the spread of devastating yet treatable diseases such as tuberculosis (TB), malaria and gonorrhea. But ensuring these campaigns effectively reach undiagnosed patients, who may unknowingly spread the disease to others, is a major challenge for cash-strapped public health agencies.
New research on why the influenza vaccine was only modestly effective in recent years shows that immune history with the flu influences a person's response to the vaccine.
Women who work as cleaners or regularly use cleaning sprays or other cleaning products at home appear to experience a greater decline in lung function over time than women who do not clean, according to new research published online in the American Thoracic Society's American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
In a first-of-its-kind study that furthers the applications of nanomedicine, the technique of “DNA origami” through programmed nanorobots has proven successful against breast cancer, melanoma, ovarian and lung cancer tumors.
Most people agree that getting a little exercise helps when dealing with stress. A new BYU study discovers exercise -- particularly running -- while under stress also helps protect your memory.
Kidney stones are a painful health condition, often requiring multiple procedures at great discomfort to the patient. Growing evidence suggests that the incidence of kidney stones is increasing steadily, especially in women.
Findings by a research team at Radboud University (Nijmegen, Netherlands) show that the use of methylene blue was rapidly effective not only for curing patients but also in preventing the transmission of the Plasmodium Falciparum parasites.
A new study examined bone and muscle health in 295 schoolchildren over a whole school year where the children participated in the 'FIT FIRST' training concept, looking into the effects of various types of intense interval training at school.
Influenza vaccination coverage among high-risk groups has dropped in the European Region over the last seven years, and half the countries report a decrease in the number of vaccine doses available.