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Scientists come together in quest to stop cancer from occurring in first place

Scientists are on a quest to stop cancer from occurring in the first place by “birthing” a tumour in lab-grown human tissue. A new cross-Atlantic...

Vaping credited with helping more than 50,000 people quit smoking in a year

Vaping may be helping more than 50,000 smokers quit cigarettes each year, research suggests. A new study found that more people had turned to e-cigarettes...

‘Special’ immune cells offer hope for triple negative breast cancer patients

Breast cancer patients who have a ‘special’ type of immune cell in their tumours have a higher chance of survival than those who do...

Vaping-associated lung injury ‘most likely caused by toxic fumes’

Lung injuries linked to vaping are most likely caused by toxic chemical fumes, a new study suggests. Researchers looked at lung biopsies from 17 patients...

Travel Easy

Travel stress is a feeling of mental strain and pressure related to travelling. Most people travel to release stress but for some travel could...

People with chronic heart conditions ‘should avoid areas of heavy traffic’

People with chronic heart conditions should avoid areas of heavy traffic congestion and consider wearing face masks, new guidelines recommend. Air pollution and environmental noise...

Computer models could fight diseases by matching patients with ‘digital twins’

Advanced computer models could improve diagnosis and treatment of common diseases by linking patients with a “digital twin”, a study suggests. The technology could be...

Genetic study reveals metabolic origins of anorexia

Anorexia is at least partly a metabolic disorder and not just psychiatric as previously thought, new research suggests. The genetic basis of anorexia nervosa overlaps...

Surgery restores hand and arm movement in 13 people with complete paralysis

Thirteen patients with complete paralysis can now perform everyday tasks after pioneering nerve surgery restored movement in their elbows and hands. Surgeons in Australia attached...

Women exposed to stress in pregnancy ‘have sons with lower sperm count’

Men born to mothers who experienced stress in early pregnancy may have reduced sperm counts as adults, new research suggests. Women who went through a...

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