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Cancer pill 'offers MS benefits'...

Providing impartial and independent advice to those suffering from alcohol related addiction.

'Female Viagra' nears US approval after expert backing

Heart Journal

Skin cancer: Genetic mutations 'warn of risk'

Altitude sickness 'two illnesses'

Learn the Effects of Hepatitis C on the Body

Exercising in your 70s 'may stop brain shrinkage'

The Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre

Tomato pill 'beats heart disease'...

Cancer Research UK

Increase potassium and cut salt to reduce stroke risk

Early genetic markers of Alzheimer's risk identified


Food Standards Agency, UK

Gene therapy 'memory boost hope'

The Sweet Hair After...
Future Hair-Loss Treatments Promise What's not Hair Today will Be Hair Tomorrow

Breakthrough Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer Campaign
World Cancer Research Fund
Clinical Cancer Research

Eating fish keeps older people brainy...


Freedom Health

Molecule structure offers clue to HIV and cancer treatments

Garlic 'remedy for hypertension'

Stem cells used to 'heal' heart attack scars

Higher levels of maternal vitamin D during pregnancy have been linked to better muscle development in children ...

How to Deliver a Baby in a Car : How to Deliver a Baby in a Taxi Cab

'Action needed on vitamin D levels'

Practical Drug, Device, & Healthcare Safety Information

HIV and AIDS information and advice on from the BBC

Severe heart failure can feel 'like drowning'

Weight loss surgery bacteria find
Weight loss after gastric band surgery may partly be caused by changes to micro-organisms that live in the gut, say US researchers

Stem cell 'deafness cure' closer

Monkey Protein Blocks HIV

Biggest HIV vaccine trial slammed

An offender describes chemical castration: 'I was chemically castrated'...

Viagra Online Now
Viagra works with your body to give you the erection that you need to allow yourself to have a wonderful sexual experience, a great personal triumph over your inability to have an erection...

Testicular cancer genetic advance...

HIV & AIDS Information

Institute of Cancer Research, UK

Prostate Cancer Research Foundation

The Prostate Cancer Charity

Suicide rates in Europe 'linked' to financial crisis

Alzheimer's brain plaques 'rapidly cleared' in mice

Get rid of weight, a blog

Cancer-killing "sticky balls" can destroy tumour cells in the blood and may prevent cancers spreading ...

Air pollution linked to seven million deaths globally

World Health Organization

Ebola outbreak 'most challenging' as Guinea deaths pass 100 ...



BMJ Open - BMJ Journals

Topics -

Home - Nature Genetics

Early HIV drugs 'functionally cure about one in 10'

'Self-monitoring device' for HIV...

Dr Lee Smith, MRC Centre for Reproductive Health

Male pill: gene discovery may lead to contraceptive

Prostate cancer: Call to test men in their 40s

American Academy of Neurology

Early warning clue for dementia...

British Transplantation Society

Le Courrier Picard (in French)

Spray for 'six times longer' sex...

'The myth of the chemical cure'

Brain cancer 'trojan attack' hope

E. coli O157 linked to heart risk

British Medical Journal

Brain function can start declining 'as early as age 45'

Pancreatic cancer: Trial drug MRK003
shows promise

What Makes Bad Cholesterol 'Bad'




Provides a free service focused on improving the quality of health services we get by allowing you to find doctors, review doctors, and rate them..

Nature Neuroscience

King's College London - Institute of Psychiatry

HIV-prevention drug Truvada approved by US

Journal of Clinical Investigation

Dogfish shark chemical squalamine 'stops human viruses'

'Super antibody' fights off flu

US agency approves weight-loss pill, Belviq

US Food and Drug Administration

Action Medical Research

Bliss/ for babies born too soon...


'Weight loss gut bacterium' found

Depression Can Break Your Heart

F1 team grants teenager hand wish


DC Department of Health

Red meat increases death, cancer and heart risk, says study

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Society for Endocrinology

Arthritis therapies 'ineffective'...

Arthritis Research Campaign

Cancers of the gut, stomach and pancreas could be detected much sooner with a simple urine test, new research suggests.

Vitamin 'may be Alzheimer's aid'

Chemical clue to dementia decline

How soup can help you lose weight...

Scientists claim sperm 'first'...

Bionic bodies...

North East England Stem Cell Institute

Institute of Cancer Research
Keeping your medication safe

Prostate cancer urine test nears

Study offers hope of 'repairing' MS damage

Oestrogen 'may fuel oral cancer' in young women

Cancer Prevention Research

Cancer Research UK

CancerHelp UK - head and neck cancer

Diet 'can reverse kidney failure' in mice with diabetes

'Anti-cancer virus' shows promise

Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine

Sleeping pills 'linked to increased death risk'

UK: Department of Health

Raw vegetables and fruit 'counteract heart risk genes'

Immune system defect may cause ME

A 3D printer-created lower jaw has been fitted to an 83-year-old woman's face...

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

The Lancet

Archives of Internal Medicine

Lung infection identified using 'breath-print'

Journal of Breath Research

British Lung Foundation

Lung cancer 'overtaking breast cancer in European women'

HIV increase in gay men caused by fall in condom use

Reconnecting kids with nature
The Wild Network ? Project Wild Thing

Stroke Association, UK

Lancet Neurology

The Lancet

BBC Health: HIV in depth

Vegetarians 'cut heart risk by 32%'

Coffee 'cuts prostate cancer risk' US study suggests

New prostate cancer treatment may reduce side-effects

Early milk feeds 'benefits premature babies'

'Smoking vaccine' blocks nicotine in mice brains

The New England Journal of Medicine

Prostate Cancer Risk Management Programme, UK

Oral Health At Any Age

The Bolen Report

Russia's abandoned
 HIV childre

'Bionic legs' for military amputees

Replacing body parts, stunning overlooks

People with schizophrenia are six times more likely to develop epilepsy...

BBC - Health Epilepsy

BBC - Health Schizophrenia

Researchers' hope of 20 new vaccines in next decade

Terrence Higgins Trust
International Aids Conference

Warning over child ear infections...


Deafness Research UK

Vitamin D hope in prostate cancer

Daily sex 'best for good sperm'

Menopause Matters

European Society of Human Genetics

Tests raise life extension hopes

Lung cancer genetics unravelled

World 'failing to treat high cholesterol'

Stop, rewind: the scientists slowing the ageing process

British Lung Foundation

European Society for Medical Oncology

Test for early Alzheimer's 'seems possible'

BBC Health: A to Z of medical conditions

Spinal cord repair restores independent breathing

Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research

Study links Parkinson's disease to industrial solvent

Hepatitis C vaccine: Oxford researchers' trial 'promising'

Hepatitis C Trust

UK: Free HIV treatment on NHS for foreign nationals

British HIV Association

UK: National Aids Trust

Delayed fatherhood 'extends life'.
Children with older fathers and grandfathers are "genetically programmed" to live longer, scientists have discovered

AIDS 2012

Terrence Higgins Trust

Drug-resistant HIV 'on increase' in sub-Saharan Africa

'Fat' drug could treat epilepsy

Neuropharmacology journal

Royal College of Psychiatrists, UK

Annals of Oncology

Cell Reports

HIV/Aids drugs: WHO to recommend earlier treatment

Alzheimer's insight from DNA study

Alzheimer's Research UK: What do the findings mean ...

Care Fertility

Pill 'lowers ovarian cancer risk'

Cancer drug resistance clue found

Sugar tax needed, say US experts

Perfect Sight Without Glasses

Drug makes hearts repair themselves

Eczema's link to asthma uncovered


'New way' to repair heart damage

Medical notes, BBC
In Dutch/ In het nederlands

Blocking enzyme cut cancer spread

Suffering with MESOTHELIOMA?
Although there are hundreds of types of cancer, mesothelioma is a fairly rare type of cancer affecting the lungs.

Alcohol in moderation 'can help prevent heart disease'

HIV medicines 'boost prevention'

Binge drinking 'can damage memory skills' in teen girls

Prostate cancer 'link with Pill'

Cardiac cells 'heal heart damage'

Gay marriage 'improves health'

France alert on breast implants

Immune cells use 'starvation tactics' on HIV

BBC Health: HIV and AIDS

US face transplant man 'recovering well' after surgery

Hearing dogs are changing deaf children's lives

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

Action on Hearing Loss

Calcium pills pose 'heart risk'
People who take calcium supplements could be increasing their risk of having a heart attack, according to researchers in Germany.

German Cancer Research Center

British Heart Foundation

Global weight gain more damaging than rising numbers

London School Of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

BMC Public Health

Jackson Women's Health Organization, USA

Egg allergies 'treated with egg'

Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation

Journal of Positive Psychology

Trojan-horse therapy 'completely eliminates' cancer in mice

HIV 'may have an ancient origin'

Journal of the American Society of Nephrology

The European Association for Cancer Research

Health Protection Agency, UK

Terrence Higgins Trust

Feet home to more than 100 fungi

Scientists have developed a non-invasive test that can predict whether men with zero sperm counts are capable of fathering children through IVF


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