Research published today in BMC Medicine investigates the association between reproductive factors and women’s long term health. Here to discuss the results further is co-author Melissa Merritt.
How do you reduce the risk of cross infection and how do you cut the number of MRSA cases in a hospital? An infection control nurse talks about this and more on our new podcast. Listen to find out more!
Neurovascular Imaging recently fully launched with BioMed Central and here we ask Editor-in-Chief Dr Luca Saba more about this field of research including what he thinks the biggest development has been.
Today marks European Restart a Heart Day and here David Fagnoul tells more about what could cause cardiac arrest and how science is progressing in this field to reduce and prevent the risks.
Research published in Alzheimer’s Research & Therapy investigates the association between memory performance and the size of the hippocampus, a part of the brain essential for forming new memories. Co-author of the work reveals more about their findings here.
Following the publication of a study in BMC Medicine investigating vaccination strategies to prevent the spread of flu, we asked co-author Marc Baguelin, a mathematical modeler of the influenza virus, to put together five facts about flu for you, just in time for the flu season!
Cancer Research UK recently set out to find the current major challenges that need combatting in order to beat cancer. In this blog written by Nick Peel, originally posted on their website, they present seven issues they found, and introduce a Grand Challenge award for researchers to help find the answers.
Clinical insights take a look at some of the recent clinical research published across BioMed Central’s journals.
Research published in BMC Medicine today aimed to determine the association between where end of life care takes place and the health services used in a case-control study called QUALYCARE. Here, co-author of the work explains more in a Q+A.
BMC Medicine published research on the correlation between the risk behavior of men and the regularity at which they get tested for HIV. Martin Hoenigl, co-author of the work, reveals more about their findings in this Q+A blog.