March 26, 2017 0851 GMT
OFAs could tackle damage caused by air pollution
Supplements of healthy fats could be an immediate way of cutting the harm caused to billions around the world by air pollution, according to emerging research.
Cholesterol-processing enzyme may prevent brain lesions
Researchers from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine have found an enzyme in the brain that could reduce the formation of debilitating brain lesions in neurological diseases.
Physical activity may outweigh impact of obesity on heart disease
Researchers in the Netherlands have found the benefits of physical activity could lessen the impact of obesity on cardiovascular disease in middle-aged and elderly people.
Mutation causing aggressive prostate cancer could be genetic
Australian scientists said a ground-breaking research project into one family will unlock the secrets of prostate cancer.
Teenager's sickle cell reversed with world-first therapy
A French teenager's sickle cell disease has been reversed using a pioneering treatment to change his DNA.
Unusual temperature may affect baby’s weight
Unusually hot or cold weather may affect the birth weight of babies, a new study suggested.
Nasal swab shows promise in confirming lung cancers
Lung cancer remains by far the leading cancer killer because it is so often caught too late.
How the weather could cause migraine
Migraines affect around one in five men and one in fifteen men in Britain and experts have estimated more than 190,000 migraine attacks happen every day.
Oversleeping could be an early symptom of Alzheimer's
Sleeping for more than nine hours a night could be an early warning sign of Alzheimer's, new research suggested.
Study finds young adults at greater risk for sunburn
Research from the American Osteopathic Association has found young adults with higher melanin content in their skin are at an increased risk of getting sunburn.
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