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A single blood test for more than 50 different cancers may...

An international team of scientists have developed a blood test, – the Galleri test – that screens for more than 50 different cancers in...

Volunteers needed for lung disease research studies

The symptoms and problems associated with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can have a debilitating impact on quality of life. This chronic, progressive respiratory...

Overweight people can still be fit people – it’s more about...

When trying to get fit and reduce your risk of premature death it is more important to increase physical activity than to lose weight,...

Booster covid shots may be necessary for some…

Vaccine induced immunity to most viruses is not for ever.  Data from Public Health England indicates that 20 weeks after the second dose, protection against...

A detailed look into what is junk food and why is...

Junk food is bad for you – we have been told ad nauseam. Yet it makes up more than 50 per cent of the...

Curl up and enjoy a nanna nap as it is good...

The older we get the more likely we are to take an afternoon nap. But is that really a good thing? Professor Han Cai and...

One of life’s big health issues is preventing weight regain after...

Many people who want to lose weight go on a crash diet, but then find they put the weight back on over the next...

Artificial intelligence harnessed to improve heart disease diagnosis and treatment

A project at The University of Western Australia aims to develop artificial intelligence technology to improve the diagnosis of heart disease. Coronary artery disease results...

Two fruits a day helps keeps diabetes away

People who eat at least two serves of fruit per day are more sensitive to insulin and therefore less susceptible to diabetes than those...

Risk of blood clots from Covid ten times worse than risk...

Naturally we all have questions about any new medical procedure and Covid-19 vaccines are no exception. But widespread vaccination is the only way we will...

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