David Thomas, Head of Policy (Access and Innovation) at Alzheimer’s Research UK, looks at what we need to make breakthroughs in dementia research.
The link between food insecurity and diabetes is stronger than previously thought - with people who are more likely to be hungry experiencing a higher rate of diabetes, ten years on.
The World Health Organisation reveal that 20 countries are now reporting cases of severe hepatitis in children, after an initial outbreak in the UK.
Scientists say that 2°C of warming by 2070 could create 4,000 new animal viruses, which could become COVID-level outbreaks.
Biotechnology giant Roche warns that multiple sclerosis (MS) drug trials are compromised in Ukraine - with patients losing access to crucial treatment.
A new case of Ebola haemorrhagic fever has been detected in the Democratic Republic of Congo - healthcare experts say "time is not on our side".
The WHO have new treatment guidelines for cryptococcal meningitis in people living with HIV - a single high dose of liposomal amphotericin B.
According to NorthWestern Medicine, there are three different brain diseases that attack the language areas in the left hemisphere of the brain.
By analysing patient samples, researchers believe they now understand how the human immune system protects the body from malaria - opening the door to new malaria treatments.
The World Health Organisation, in liaison with Ghana and Norway, announced a noncommunicable diseases strategy that aims to save 50 million people by 2030.
Understanding the infection strategy of mosquito-borne viruses known as flaviviruses is key in the future development of treatments and possible vaccines
According to new results in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, patients who start abusing alcohol in later life – after age 40 – maybe doing so due to underlying dementia
In a ground-breaking moment, scientists reveal that 70% of "healthy" BMI participants were able to achieve type 2 diabetes remission.
A team at Rutgers University have figured out how to regenerate tissue for spinal injury symptoms - using AI and robotics to create therapeutic proteins.
Hilde Bastiaens, Principal Investigator and Project Coordinator, and Geofrey Musinguzi, Project Manager of Horizon 2020 funded SPICES reveal why engaging with communities is important in preventing cardiovascular disease.
Open Access Government explore the research efforts of the U.S. National Institutes of Health to mitigate the often-underestimated burden of rare diseases on patients and their families.
Advancing neuroscience research improves quality of life for all people with neurological disorders, and ultimately can prevent or cure these diseases. Open Access Government highlight some research priorities in neuroscience.
The University of Manchester finds that Flash technology is better than finger-prick testing, keeping diabetes patients at a good blood sugar level - for an extra two hours per day.
Dr Lynn Woods, Professor in the Department of Doctoral Programs, School of Nursing, Azusa Pacific University, provides further analysis of Latinx developing dementia, including systems of healing & the challenge of behavioural symptoms.
Racial minorities - Black and Hispanic people - are less likely to receive CPR when they need it, as bystanders give CPR significantly more often to white victims of cardiac arrest.