victories over cancer is about enabling those affected by cancer to enjoy more of life’s meaning full moments and making cancer more manageable. at janssen, we're really thinking about the elimination of cancer, and we take a very deliberate app
natera (ntra), a leader in non-invasive genetic testing and the analysis of circulating cell-free dna, and biopticka laborator, one of the largest and most well-established laboratories in the czech republic, today announced a constellation™ tec
a new report released by the united nations children's fund, unicef, and the world health organization, who, in alliance with the global breastfeeding collective – a new initiative to escalate the rates of global breastfeeding – suggests that th
for the past seven months, the gop push to replace the affordable care act has consumed washington. all the while, many consumers continue to be focused on the rising costs of prescription drugs.
researchers have discovered new methods that could improve treatment for infectious diseases by enabling earlier detection of influenza outbreaks and curtailing inappropriate antibiotic usage. the findings were presented today at the 69th aacc a
pneumonia or sepsis in adults that results in hospital admission is associated with a six-fold increased risk of cardiovascular disease in the first year, according to research published today in the european journal of preventive cardiology.
a woman's race and where on her body she packs on pounds at midlife could give her doctor valuable clues to her likelihood of having greater volumes of heart fat, a potential risk factor for heart disease, according to new research led by the un
mp barry sheerman (huddersfield) is calling for the uk's drivers to stop putting themselves and their families at risk this summer by ensuring they have had a recent eye test.
research undertaken at university hospitals of north midlands nhs trust has confirmed a link between elevated body mass index (bmi) and patients having better survival outcomes following percutaneous coronary interventions (pci).
rare mutations in the amyloid precursor protein (app) have previously been shown to be strongly associated with alzheimer's disease (ad).
itl group’s global operation will be front and centre at the 69th annual scientific meeting and clinical lab, from 29 july to 3 august in san diego, california, marking its first appearance in 15 years.
the humanity in science award is an international research prize worth usd 25,000 that recognizes and rewards scientific breakthroughs that can substantially benefit human lives.
heart failure can quickly develop or become worse during a hospital stay, even when it isn't the primary cause for admission.
more than 36 million people globally are affected by type 1 diabetes (t1d), a lifelong disorder where insulin producing cells are attacked and destroyed by the immune system resulting in deficient insulin production that requires daily blood glu
researchers have discovered inflammation biomarkers that could help scientists to research, diagnose and even treat chronic fatigue syndrome (cfs). also referred to as myalgic encephomyelitis, cfs is a poorly-understood condition characterized b
accurately determining the time since death is an important aspect of forensic sciences and casework. new research indicates that this might be achieved by examining changes in the bacterial communities of the mouth that occur after death.
what causes cancer? smoking, certainly, and also things like sun and chemical exposure. cancer risk also increases with some genetic predispositions and in old age.
a study conducted by a team of researchers from the institute for research, hospitalization and health care (i.r.c.c.s.) neuromed, italy, states that the risk of cardiovascular disease is reduced by the mediterranean diet; however, the benefits
two new discoveries from edward yu's iowa state university laboratory are adding to the scientific understanding of how bacteria resist antibiotics.
a new study indicates that children who develop brain injury due to non-fatal drowning often experience severe motor deficits but maintain relatively intact perceptual and cognitive capabilities.