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Scientists unveil extensive child cancer research data

HIV quad pill 'may improve care'A new once-a-day pill which combines four HIV drugs into a single daily treatment is safe and effective, according to a US study....

Structure of HIV genome 'decoded'...

Human Reproduction Journal

da Vinci ... Changing The Experience of Surgery

Rapid HIV evolution avoids attack...


Monkey HIV vaccine 'effective', say researchers

World Lung Foundation

Meningitis Research Foundation

Archives of Disease in Childhood

BBC  medical notes library

British Fertility Society/HFEA
Donor Conception Network
Infertility Network UK
National Gamete Donation Trust

Royal Free Hospital,UK/The Face Trust/Royal College of Surgeons/Changing Faces/
Saving Faces

Health Protection Agency

Mayo Clinic

Archives of Internal Medicine
British Heart Foundation

Macular Disease Society

Experimental Eye Research

'One in six cancers worldwide are caused by infection'

AIDS Healthcare Foundation

A US man who was paralysed from the chest down after being hit by a car is now able to stand with electrical stimulation of his spinal cord.

Target for universal access to HIV medicine is missed...

US approves first over-the-counter HIV home-use test

BBC - Health - Breast cancer

Saving Lives Charity

Sex drive link to prostate cancer?

Prostate cancer 'barcode' tests

'Cancer hope' from diabetes drug...


The Lancet

British Heart Foundation

Resuscitation Council (UK)

Department of Neuroscience, John Hopkins Medical Institutions

The Robert Packard Center for ALS Research

Department of Health,UK/Terrence Higgins Trust/National Aids Trust/
British Pregnancy Advisory Service

China Aids Survey

Association Belge de Lutte contre la Mucoviscidose

National Center for Complementary and Integrative Medicine

Institute of Ophthalmology

Royal National Institute for the Blind

Passive smoking 'kills 600,000' worldwide

Arm mole count 'predicts skin cancer risk'

Zika virus pregnancy case confirmed in Spain - first in Europe

Colombia links Zika to rare nerve disorder deaths

Enzyme behind cancer spread found...

Virus 'triggers child diabetes'...


Gilead Sciences

Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition, UK

Breast cancer surgery women 'risk more operations'

Sight restored after 55-year wait...

Blindenzorg Licht en Liefde, België

Motor Neurone Disease Association

Motor Neurone Disease

The Lancet

Implanted chip 'allows blind people to detect objects'

Scientists turn 'bad fat' into 'good fat'

Cincinnati Children's Hospital

University College London Hospitals

Medical notes: Schizophrenia

Russia's abandoned HIV children

American Journal of Epidemiology

American Obesity Association
Center for Science in the Public Interest

National Aids Trust
World Health Organization

Walnuts may prevent breast cancer...

Vitamin D hope in prostate cancer...

Blueberries, not fruit juice, cut type-2 diabetes risk


A comprehensive informational resource on asbestos-related diseases

Nobel winning Barre-Sinoussi optimistic about HIV cure

BBC - Health - Deafness and hearing problems

BBC - Health - Tinnitus

Severely obese children's hearts already in danger

Depression may double dementia risk, say researchers

Eye cells could help diagnose Alzheimer's disease

LSD 'helps alcoholics to give up drinking'

Premature octuplets 'doing well'

Global Movement for Children

Children with Cancer

Pediatric Cancer Genome Project


Green leafy veg 'may cut diabetes risk'

Slow protein clearance 'clue to Alzheimer's'

Cancer Research UK

British Medical Journal

British Fertility Society

Virus breakthrough raises hope over ending common cold

Alcohol 'more harmful than heroin' says Prof David Nutt

TeloVac pancreatic cancer vaccine trial launched in UK

European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology

Livestrong Foundation

Bed-sharing 'raises cot death risk fivefold'. Sharing a bed with a newborn increases the risk of sudden infant death ...

Binge drinking 'link to overeating'

Call for hairdressers to get skin cancer training


Heart UK

Action On Hearing Loss

British Tinnitus Association

MRC Institute of Hearing Research

Medicare Guide for Seniors Websites for Seniors

Senior Citizen Guide to Alcohol and Drug Recovery

Guide to Senior Living: State-by-State Options

Nature Genetics

The European Genome-phenome Archive

Prostate screening has no benefit

Experts claim to discover 'cause' of male baldness

Journal of Clinical Investigation

BBC - Health Hair loss in men

French health ministry (in French)

Blood test hope for Alzheimer's

Smoking 'causes damage in minutes', US experts claim

Smoking mothers' embryos 'grow more slowly...

The Disability Rights Commission/AbilityNet/National Federation of the Blind/British 
Standards Institution
/JK Rowling/
Flash/World Wide Web Consortium

Clue to male baldness discovered

Home page - Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

Science Translational Medicine

Tommy's, for pregnancy information and research...

NHS Choices: Low sperm count

Sunshine vitamin 'may treat asthma'

Doctors implant lab-grown vagina

The invention of heterosexuality


 Drug will save lives of accident victims, says study

Fit heart can slow brain ageing, US researchers say

A vaccine a source to the rise of HIV ?

'One-off' prostate cancer tests backed for 60-year-olds

Prostate Cancer Charity

Male infertility gene discovered

The American Journal of Human Genetics

Medical Research Council

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Gene find 'may curb chronic pain'

Christina Burki, a Gestalt Psychotherapist with a long history of counselling those suffering from loss, depression, relationship problems, stress and trauma.

Dieting 'safe for pregnant women'

BMJ, helping doctors make better decision

Royal College of Midwives, UK

Society for Applied Microbiology

New England Journal of Medicine

Cheap colour test picks up HIV

Women smokers who quit by 30 'evade earlier death risks'

Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, UK

Male baldness 'indicates heart risk'

British Heart Foundation

Cocoa 'might prevent memory decline'


HIV evolving 'into milder form'

Medical notes

Find Clinical Trials for Multiple Sclerosis Treatments


Russian health ministry (in Russian)

Low vitamin D levels 'linked to Parkinson's disease'

Brain and body training treats ME, UK study says

Vaccine developed against Ebola


Nature Publishing Group science journals, jobs, and information


Alzheimer's Society

Alzheimer's Research UK

Alzheimer's: Diet 'can stop brain shrinking'

Alzheimer's Society - Leading the fight against dementia
Face it ! ...And more...

  Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health

Are we losing the war on bugs?

American Psychological Association


PLoS One

Bionic Reconstruction

The Lancet Oncology

IVF guidelines raise age limit to 42
Couples struggling to have a baby should get fertility treatment more quickly and older women should gain access to IVF, say new NHS guidelines

Prostate cancer may be a sexually transmitted disease ...

Mesothelioma Prognosis Network
Improving Your Prognosis against the cancer

Caffeine pill 'could boost memory'

Body's anti-HIV 'training manual' offers vaccine hopes

Cancer protection secret revealed...

Eye drops 'may reverse glaucoma'...

RNIB/International Glaucoma Association/Glaucoma Research Foundation

Childhood stress leads to adult ill health, studies say

The bacteria responsible for stomach ulcers have been linked to Parkinson's disease, according to researchers in the US.

Alzheimer's Research UK

Cancer: 'Book of knowledge' published

US Department of Health and Human Services

Bird flu 'could mutate to cause deadly human pandemic'

Processed meat 'early death' link

Motherly love 'does breed confidence'

Multiple sclerosis discovery may explain gender gap

European Depression Association

Depression Alliance

Is love just a chemical cocktail ?

US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases

Rare gene links vitamin D and multiple sclerosis

HFEA - Fertility, Infertility, IVF, Embryo research - Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority, UK

American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

Consumer Justice Foundation

MesoCare is a free public service that is dedicated to providing, support, education and hope for patients and loved ones who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma

Young Minds

Tomatoes are 'stroke preventers'

Department of Health, UK

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Vitamin A pills 'could save thousands of children'

Global governments 'must get tough on obesity'

Chocolate 'lowers blood pressure'

Walnuts 'improve sperm health'

British Fertility Society

Biology of Reproduction

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