Burns & Trauma recently published an article reviewing the emerging discipline of bioelectricity, evaluating the potential of electrically stimulated cell… Read more »
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A manuscript is much more than words on paper. Painstakingly drafted, fuelled by coffee over long nights, then (constructively) dismantled by colleagues,… Read more »
Improving the conversation between doctors and patients about antibiotic benefits and harms for coughs and colds
Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest health threats our society faces and a major driving force behind this is over prescription. A recent study… Read more »
Relationships between neurological and psychiatric disorders: Could migraine and ADHD be correlated?
A recent study published in BMC Neurology by Dr. Thomas Hansen and colleagues assessed more than 25,000 people for migraine and ADHD. This is the first time a… Read more »
With mosquito species adapting to feed outdoors, limiting the effectiveness of malaria prevention techniques like bed nets, there is a critical need for… Read more »
The International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH) recognizes the birthday of Dr. Rudolf Carl Virchow, October 13, as World Thrombosis Day (WTD) to… Read more »
The eating habits of a mother during pregnancy have a profound impact on children and even grandchildren. Blindly following a saying like ‘eating for two’… Read more »
Members of the public were introduced to parasites that can infect us via the food we eat during an evening event at the Natural History Museum.
In the modern world, smartphones, tablets, and other devices have comfortably embedded themselves into our daily routines and interactions. In an article… Read more »