Asthma is more common in children that consume drinks high in fructose five or more times per week, according to the findings of a new research study.
In a recent lawsuit pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay US$72 million in damages to the family of a woman who was a prolific talcum powder user and died from ovarian cancer.
However, there is concern among medical experts that the verdict is not based on all the scientific facts...
Dr Ruth Hadfield interviews Prof Strefford for ecancertv about his research into telomere length as a predictor of progression and survival in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) at iwCLL 2015 -The 16th International Workshop on CLL in Sydney, Australia.
Magnesium deficiency is common in menopausal women reveals new research findings adding weight to existing evidence and highlighting the importance of controlling and monitoring this important nutrient.
writes Dr Ruth Hadfield PhD.
Avoiding the Hippocampus in Cranial Radiotherapy Preserves Memory Function: Presented at WCLC - FirstWord Pharma
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A new meta-analysis combining data from 12 studies has provided evidence that cosmetic breast implants may negatively impact breast cancer detection and survival rates.