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A disaster is unfolding in the antibiotics market

There is no viable path for new drugs, however valuable they are to society
FT.com - Published

Revamp at Silence does little to improve investors’ wellbeing

Biotech group has changed management team and reviewed its corporate strategy
FT.com - Published

China finds more cases of African swine fever on Hainan island

China has detected new cases of African swine fever in six farms across four locations in Hainan province, the agriculture ministry said on Sunday, adding to two earlier cases of the contagious disease..
Reuters - Published

The profoundly deaf girl who found her voice after brain surgery

the profoundly deaf girl who found her voice after brain surgery
Leia was born profoundly deaf but pioneering surgery and therapy has enabled her to hear sounds.
BBC News - Published

How making bars of soap 'started my life again'

how making bars of soap 'started my life again'
Meet the people behind the soap company that help people with disabilities into the workplace.
BBC News - Published

China draws up tighter rules on human gene and embryo trials: Xinhua

China's top legislature will consider tougher rules on research involving human genes and embryos, the first such move since a Chinese scientist sparked controversy last year by announcing he had made..
Reuters - Published

Nottingham midwife saves best friend's life

nottingham midwife saves best friend's life
Aimee Summers recognised the signs of a potentially fatal blood clot and gave emergency first aid.
BBC News - Published

Second death in Novartis gene therapy trials under investigation

Novartis AG, which this week announced positive interim trial results for its experimental gene therapy for spinal muscular atrophy, on Friday said investigation is underway into whether a second trial..
Reuters - Published

Are plants a necessity or a luxury?

are plants a necessity or a luxury?
A new campaign says we should pay less tax on plants because they are good for the environment and mental health.
BBC News - Published

Targeted checks 'prevent one-in-10 heart attacks'

targeted checks 'prevent one-in-10 heart attacks'
Around 5,000 heart attacks and strokes a year could be prevented by personalising heart health checks.
BBC News - Published

London loneliness: Hackney Brocals help men find friends

The group aims to tackle male isolation across London through regular meet ups and trips.
BBC News - Published

Higher state minimum wage tied to lower suicide rates

(Reuters Health) - Suicide rates grow more slowly in states that increase their minimum wage, according to a U.S. study that suggests this might be one strategy for curbing deaths by suicide.
Reuters - Published

Sleep myths may hinder good sleep and health

(Reuters Health) - Widespread beliefs about sleeping include advice on how much sleep is enough, what quality sleep means and how to achieve it, but when these pronouncements are wrong, they can do..
Reuters - Published

FDA approves Teva's generic nasal spray to treat opioid overdose

Generic drugmaker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd on Friday received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its generic nasal spray for opioid overdose, the health..
Reuters - Published

Stress disorders tied to increased heart disease risk

(Reuters Health) - People who suffer from conditions like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be more likely to develop cardiovascular disease, a Swedish study suggests, and the risk may be..
Reuters - Published

How to Get Rid of a Cold Fast — Do's and Don'ts

Scientists have yet to find a cure for the common cold but there are still things you can do to get rid of the sniffles fast. There are also a number of things that can derail your recovery and make..
Newsmax - Published

Exercising at Night Is Better for You

When is the best time to work out?Experts have been debating this question for years but new data suggests that exercising at night may be better for you than squeezing in a morning run.
Newsmax - Published

Older people feel more youthful when they also feel in control

(Reuters Health) - Older adults may feel younger than their age on days when they feel most in control of their lives, a small study suggests.
Reuters - Published

7 Things That Make You More Attractive, According to Science

Attraction is about more than just looks, or at least that is what growing research is showing. We all have a list of traits to explain why we are attracted to certain people - eyes, hair, sense of..
Newsmax - Published

China confirms African swine fever outbreaks in Hainan province

China said on Friday that it had confirmed outbreaks of African swine fever in two locations in Hainan province, an island off its southern coast.
Reuters - Published

Premium New Zealand honey producer admits adding chemicals: media

A New Zealand company pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges of adding artificial chemicals to its premium manuka honey, media reported, in a flagship prosecution over a product that is high-value..
Reuters - Published

Judge Upholds New York City's Mandatory Measles Vaccination Order

A Brooklyn judge on Thursday ruled against a group of parents who challenged New York City's recently imposed mandatory measles vaccination order, rejecting their arguments that the city's public..
Newsmax - Published Also reported by •Reuters

Sore knee? Maybe you have a fabella

sore knee? maybe you have a fabella
A little bone scientists thought was being lost to evolution seems to be making a comeback, say experts.
BBC News - Published

Lower dose of Pfizer-Lilly painkiller misses main goals in late stage study

A lower dose of non-opioid painkiller developed by Pfizer Inc and Eli Lilly and Co failed to meet main goals in a late-stage study in patients with moderate-to-severe osteoarthritis of the hip or knee,..
Reuters - Published

Study: Doctors Predict Weight, BMI, Obesity Using Genetic Score

Doctors can assign a risk score that can accurately predict the body mass index, obesity risk, and overall risk of disease using genes, a new study determined, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Newsmax - Published

Crowdsourced AI learns to target lung tumors for radiation

(Reuters Health) - In many parts of the world there are not enough radiation oncologists to design and deliver radiation treatments for lung cancer patients, but that gap could one day be filled with..
Reuters - Published

U.S. launches four-state study to find ways to reduce opioid overdose deaths

U.S. health officials on Thursday said they will spend $350 million in four states to study ways to best deal with the nation's opioid crisis on the local level, with a goal of reducing opioid-related..
Reuters - Published

Obese sleep apnea patients may live longer with nighttime breathing aid

(Reuters Health) - Obese people with sleep apnea, a common nighttime breathing disorder, may live longer when they use a machine to help keep their airways open while they sleep, a recent study..
Reuters - Published

Many young cancer patients regret initial treatment decisions

(Reuters Health) - Most teens and young adults with cancer want a voice in how their tumors are treated, but almost one in four express regret about the initial treatment decisions made, a small study..
Reuters - Published

Cambodia reports an outbreak of H5N6 bird flu: OIE

Cambodia has reported an outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N6 bird flu virus among poultry, the Paris-based World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) said on Thursday, citing a report from..
Reuters - Published

New York City defends measles vaccination order in court

New York City's Department of Health defended its mandatory measles vaccination order in a state court on Thursday after a group of anonymous Brooklyn parents sued, arguing that the order was..
Reuters - Published

Watch the birdie: Badminton players at risk for eye injuries

(Reuters Health) - Badminton players may be at high risk for serious eye injuries, many of which can bring on permanent vision problems or blindness, according to a study of wounds treated at a Beijing..
Reuters - Published

Many older U.S. gun owners don't store firearms safely

(Reuters Health) - Roughly one-third of older people in the U.S. may live in households with guns and a new study suggests that many of those firearms are not stored in the safest way: locked and..
Reuters - Published

Hearing Loss Linked to Depression

Older adults with hearing loss may be more likely than peers without hearing difficulty to develop symptoms of depression, a research review suggests.
Newsmax - Published

New 3D Goggles Help Surgeons See Better

In a first, heart surgeons in Poland used 3D goggles to help them see inside a patient's chest as they opened up a narrowed heart valve, according to a report in the European Heart Journal.
Newsmax - Published

Doctors Say They've Cured 'Bubble Boy' Disease

Relying on the trickery used by the AIDS virus to infect people, doctors at two medical centers say they have cured 10 infants of so-called bubble boy disease, a genetic defect that leaves children,..
Newsmax - Published

Magnetic Pulse to Brain Can Improve Memory of Seniors

Folks start forgetting things as they get older, like where they put their car keys or what they had for breakfast.
Newsmax - Published

When You Eat Can Affect Survival Chances After Heart Attack

When you eat during the day could influence your chances of surviving a heart attack, a new study finds.
Newsmax - Published

Experimental Drug Can Prevent Strokes

Researchers say an experimental stroke drug prevented blood clots without the typical side effect of blood thinners: increased bleeding risk.
Newsmax - Published

Mother 'felt suicidal' after baby death news reports

mother 'felt suicidal' after baby death news reports
Holly Eastall says she felt suicidal after being falsely accused of abuse following her baby's death.
BBC News - Published

Learning disability 'trapped' in hospitals as NHS target missed

learning disability 'trapped' in hospitals as nhs target missed
More than 2,200 people with learning disabilities are still being treated in hospitals, figures show.
BBC News - Published

Pembrokeshire GP job ad admits 'the hours stink'

pembrokeshire gp job ad admits 'the hours stink'
A doctor in Pembrokeshire tweets a brutally honest job advert in a bid to relieve "tired" GPs.
BBC News - Published

FT Health: Foreign aid and the threat to multilateralism

Measles spiking, commercial influences on health, zombie pigs
FT.com - Published

Big pharma’s billion-dollar bets

Why large drug companies risk billions to fund their next blockbuster
FT.com - Published

Crunched: are men to blame for the infertility crisis?

The FT digs into the data for the truth about the fertility 'cliff-edge'
FT.com - Published

'My boyfriend's sperm, or a donor's?'

'my boyfriend's sperm, or a donor's?'
"Emma" says it is unfair that she faces a deadline to choose how to fertilise her frozen eggs.
BBC News - Published

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