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Whole genome sequencing: a breakthrough approach to diagnose rare diseases
Guardian - 10-Nov-2021
Screening people at risk of genetic diseases thereby reducing the burden of health care costsRead more...
Translation of brain signals from a paralyzed patient into text by machine learning
Guardian - 15-Jul-2021
Neuroprosthesis provides natural communication for people who cannot talkRead more...
Survival and recovery post cardiac arrest is independent of lowering of body temperatures
BBC - 16-Jun-2021
A&E bases clinical trial on body temperature in critical patients conductedRead more...
A Diabetes drug brings dramatic weight loss in obese patients
BBC - 11-Feb-2021
Semaglutide suppresses appetite, helping trail participants lose 20% of their weightRead more...
Low cost therapy cut down heart attack risk by 40%
CNN - 15-Nov-2020
Generic polypill along with aspirin reduces the risk of heart problemsRead more...
Scientists discover a life threatening inflammatory disease
WorldHealth.Net - 27-Oct-2020
Called VEXAS- discovered using a novel genome first strategyRead more...
Parkinson's patient can swim again after stem cell transplant
Newsweek - 14-May-2020
Study and procedure represent a milestone in personalized medicine for Parkinson'sRead more...
Successful replacement of neurons lost in Parkinson's disease
Medical Xpress - 13-May-2020
New therapeutic personalized strategy could bring back movement to those sufferingRead more...
Intermittent fasting: General effects and expert advices
New York Times - 17-Feb-2020
There are a lot of good in IF for health, disease, and ageing, with some risks tooRead more...
Intermittent fasting decreases cancer risk and improves longevity
The Hill - 26-Dec-2019
Always better to consult a doctor and discuss before trying intermittent fastingRead more...
New, more reliable FDA-approved device to help type 1 diabetes patients
The Verge - 13-Dec-2019
This closed-loop system customizes treatment, automatically adjusts insulin levelsRead more...
Drug invented for a girl with Batten disease
BBC - 12-Oct-2019
Doctors from Boston sequenced in detail whole genome of Mila and found the disease-causing mutationRead more...
Skin cancer survival rate up jumps 10-fold in just 10 years
BBC - 28-Sep-2019
UK doctors announce that more than half of the patients can now survive advanced melanomaRead more...
NHS gives the green-light to a “gene-silencing” drug for the first time
BBC - 09-Jul-2019
It took thirteen years for RNA interference technology to come to this stageRead more...
Investigation into Liveyon-Genetech stem cell treatment problems
Independent - 12-Mar-2019
Nearly 1,000 clinics selling unregulated treatments in the USRead more...
High dosage vitamin D unlikely to prevent cancer or heart attacks
NHS - 14-Nov-2018
Would be interesting to compare to people with low vitamin D blood levelsRead more...
Aspirin-a-day risky in old age - major study
BBC - 16-Sep-2018
Taking an aspirin per day may increase the risk of internal bleeding among the elderlyRead more...
Lorcaserin safe but only modestly effective
NHS - 28-Aug-2018
This drug doesn’t cause any severe disorders but is almost entirely ineffective for weight lossRead more...
24-hour blood pressure monitoring better predictor
NHS - 19-Apr-2018
One off readings suffer from white coat and masked hypertension. White coat hypertension is wher...Read more...
The Future of Prosthetic Technology is Here
The BOSS Magazine - 01-Jan-2018
Prosthetics can be traced back to about 3,000 years ago in Egypt. Repurpose For Good uses 3D pri...Read more...
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