April 28, 2017 1217 GMT
Genes make people more likely to suffer PTSD
Scientists have identified how genes could increase someone's risk of suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Scientists develop fluid-filled artificial womb
Scientists in the United States have developed a fluid-filled womb-like bag known as an extra-uterine support device that could transform care for extremely premature babies, significantly improving chances of survival.
IARC chief visits Mahak
99% of Iranian children are vaccinated
Study: Lowering sodium intake doesn't reduce blood pressure
In another blow against decades of accepted medical wisdom, one of the most prestigious, long-running studies reports that lowering sodium intake doesn’t reduce blood pressure.
Surgery could double life span in kidney cancer patients
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic found surgery for patients with late-stage kidney cancer may more than double their life expectancy.
What you need to do to feel healthier in just one week
Believe it or not, but summer is just one more drawn-out bout of cold weather away.
Thousands diagnosed with cancer visited GP three times or more
Almost one in four cancer patients diagnosed as an emergency had previously seen their GP at least three times, shocking figures showed.
Exercise 'keeps the mind sharp' in over-50s
Doing moderate exercise several times a week is the best way to keep the mind sharp if you're over 50, research suggested.
Wearable sweat sensor can diagnose cystic fibrosis
Researchers from Stanford University have created a wearable sensor that is capable of diagnosing diseases such as cystic fibrosis by measuring and analyzing sweat.
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