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medicine

Researchers have predicted a drop in the number of women needing surgery to prevent cervical cancer.
Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a rare disease affecting two in every 100,000 people in the UK each year. At any one time
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2017 has been awarded to three scientists for their work in understanding the biological
A photo highlighting the sweet relationship between a nurse and her patient as they interacted post-birth has struck a chord
'I felt unwell in the morning... by that night I was on life support.'
Scientists have long believed that Alzheimer’s erases memories, but a new study has suggested that in fact they are kept
Doctors have successfully reversed “devastating” brain damage in a two-year-old child after she drowned in a swimming pool
A diabetes kit is now available and tests for other conditions are on their way.
Years after helping treat a badly injured turtle in a feat of medical engineering, an Ohio veterinarian had the unexpected
And it's contributing to the rise of deadly superbugs and antimicrobial resistance.
More than 1.2 million people in England and Wales will have dementia by 2040, new research suggests. People are living longer
Six-year-old Beau has a rare degenerative condition, Morquio A Syndrome.
All 50-packs of 5 milligram Valium have been recalled.
My future should be as good as my sutures.
If a profession who cares for others can't care for itself, what hope does everyone else have?
The study wants to highlight the numbers of people using illicit cannabis as treatment.
Did they have hangovers at work too?