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Effective radiotherapy for lung cancer comes a step closer
Effective radiotherapy for lung cancer comes a step closer
Radiotherapy using protons can deliver more accurate treatment to a tumour while reducing the dose to surrounding tissue.
Be aware of fatty liver disease, can lead to cancer
Be aware of fatty liver disease, can lead to cancer
NAFL disease is now one of the most common causes of chronic liver disease, which could be caused by obesity, eating junk food, lack of exercise, diabetes and high cholesterol.
Supermodel Elle loves variety; reveals secret to perfect body
Supermodel Elle loves variety; reveals secret to perfect body
Supermodel reveals secret to her perfect body.
Understanding the link between heart, kidney
Understanding the link between heart, kidney
When one organ is failing, the other organ fails and it becomes a very vicious loop, says expert.
French firm announces multiple sclerosis drug breakthrough
French firm announces multiple sclerosis drug breakthrough
The experimental MD1003 drug underwent Phase III clinical trial, the last stage before filing for authorisation to market the drug in the treatment of primary and secondary progressive multiple sclerosis.
Why do dry eye cases peak in April?
Why do dry eye cases peak in April?
Dry eye can significantly impact a person’s quality of life by inducing burning, irritation and blurred vision.
Possible root cause of asthma found
Possible root cause of asthma found
The study also revealed that a drug originally designed to treat the bone disease osteoporosis could lead to new therapy for asthma.
More than 26,000 have been infected with Ebola: WHO
More than 26,000 have been infected with Ebola: WHO
In all, 26,079 people have contracted the disease over the past 16 months, and 10,823 of them have died, almost all of them in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Babies feel pain just like adults: Study
Babies feel pain just like adults: Study
In fact, some people have argued that babies’ brains are not developed enough for them to really ‘feel’ pain, any reaction being just a reflex.
First infant MRI study finds babies feel pain
First infant MRI study finds babies feel pain 'like adults'
Even as recently as the 1980s it was common practice for babies undergoing surgery to be given neuromuscular blocks but no pain relief medication.
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