April 26, 2017 0401 GMT
Diets lacking in dairy may put health at risk
The National Osteoporosis Society, or NOS, in England reported in a new study that it found an alarming dieting trend among teenagers and young adults.
UK schools to provide support for surge in mental health issues in children
Schools in the UK are struggling to access support to deal with a surge in the number of children and young people suffering from mental health issues.
Living with celiac disease: A life-changing diagnosis
If you’re suffering through stomach pains and digestive problems every day, you are not alone. Thousands of people live with digestive problems in the United States, and few feel comfortable enough to tell their doctors.
Aspirin may be useless in preventing heart attacks
Aspirin may be useless in preventing heart attacks in patients at risk ― contradicting UK’s National Health Service (NHS) advice.
Iranian researchers make digital system for hair transplantation
Camera system could replace sensors to monitor premature infants
New cameras capable of medically monitoring premature babies in incubators have been developed as part of the Swiss research program Nano-Tera.
Recorded childhood cancers rise worldwide
Childhood cancers have risen across the globe by 13 percent over 20 years, according to data from the World Health Organization’s cancer section.
Study: Intestinal bacteria may prevent type 2 diabetes
Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland found that an intestinal bacterium may protect against type 2 diabetes.
Brain cell therapy promising for Parkinson's disease
Scientists believe they have found a way to treat and perhaps reverse Parkinson's disease, by making replacement cells to mend the damaged brain.
Physical inactivity linked to loss of independence
Being physically inactive raises the risk of losing the ability to perform activities of daily living — both before and after a stroke —according to results from a long-term US study.
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