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Know the Signs of Fast Aging

A new gene research has identified the signs of faster ageing process. In the University of Exeter research, which has shed light on the molecular changes that occur in our bodies as we age,...

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Fragility of Brain Network in Preemies

After studying the brain scans of premature and full-term babies, researchers have come to a new conclusion that premature babies have weakened connections of brain networks that are responsible for attention, comprehending emotions and...

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The Frightful Impact of Antibiotic Resistance

Excessive use of antibiotics has led us to being resistant to its benefits. According to a new study published in Lancet Infectious Diseases the increasing threat of antibiotic resistance poses great risk for patients...

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Why Elephants Rarely Get Cancer

Why elephants rarely get cancer is a mystery that has stumped scientists for decades. A study led by researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah and Arizona State University, and...

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Advocate Desires Additional Facilities for Terminal Cancer Patients

LATOYA West Blackwood is simply one amongst many those that have lost treasured ones to cancer. While stories of individuals living the deadly unwellness area unit typically told, she concerning|worries|is bothered} about the system in situ for those that area unit diagnosed and haven’t any likelihood of survival. “Who represents them? That facet of the coin has to be explored. it’s to be restrained. we...

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First ‘in Womb’ Stem Cell Trial to Begin

The first clinical trial injecting foetal stem cells into babies still in the womb has been announced. It is hoped the cells, which are able to transform into a range of tissues, will lessen...

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MoH Starts Nationwide Flu Vaccination

The Ministry of Health (MoH) launched a nationwide vaccination campaign against seasonal flu on Sunday. Speaking at the launch held at the MoH headquarters, Dr. Abdulaziz bin Saeed, deputy minister of public health, said...