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» 23 Sep 2013
Skin drug shows 'promising' results on type 1 diabetes
A drug that was used to treat a skin disorder has shown signs of being able to treat aspects of type 1 diabetes.
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» 23 Sep 2013
Rupture of Gallbladder
Ruptures are generally caused by serious inflammation to the gall bladder. Rare cases may be caused by a blunt injury.
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» 20 Sep 2013
Elderly care needs 'set to treble' by 2050
The number of older people needing care is set to nearly treble globally by 2050, campaigners say.
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» 19 Sep 2013
E-readers 'more effective' for some dyslexic readers
Short lines of text on electronic devices may help some dyslexic readers increase their reading speed and comprehension, research suggests.
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» 18 Sep 2013
'Body on a chip' uses 3D printed organs to test vaccines
Miniature human organs developed with a modified 3D printer are being used to test new vaccines in a lab in the US.
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» 17 Sep 2013
Health kick 'reverses cell ageing'
Going on a health kick reverses ageing at the cellular level, researchers say.
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» 16 Sep 2013
Nuclear plants 'do not raise child cancer risk'
Children living near nuclear power plants do not have an increased risk of developing leukaemia, a study says.
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» 16 Sep 2013
Kawasaki Disease
Though very rare, it's still the most common cause of bypass surgery and coronary artery stenting in children.
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» 13 Sep 2013
Animals 'not the source of drug-resistant salmonella'
Livestock may have been wrongly blamed as being the source of a type of drug-resistant salmonella, a study shows.
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» 13 Sep 2013
Diabetic Foot
If these injuries are left untreated, complications may result and lead to ulceration and possibly even amputation.
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