Pioneering head device ‘can REVERSE Alzheimer’s memory loss’

Alzheimer’s breakthrough as pioneering head device ‘can REVERSE memory loss’ using electromagnetic waves to break up clumps of toxic proteins, experts claim Transcranial electromagnetic treatment breaks down clumps of toxic proteins This can free up previously-blocked nerve cells and help them function normally  The quest for Alzheimer’s treatments has for decades hit massive roadblocks  A

Jimmy Kimmel's Son Billy Is 'Doing Great' 2 Years After Heart Surgery

Jimmy Kimmel’s son Billy had heart surgery in 2017, and now the 2-year-old is “doing great.” “He thinks he’s Spider-Man now, so we’re safe from crime,” the Jimmy Kimmel Live! host, 51, told Us Weekly exclusively at L.A. Loves Alex’s Lemonade Brings Together Culinary & Entertainment Stars on Saturday, September 14. “He wears the costume all the

How animal research is helping fight antibiotic resistance

People do not expect to die from a simple infection. But that might change: the world is running out of effective antibiotics. For decades, diseases like bacterial gastroenteritis and colitis have not been a serious health threat, thanks to antibiotics. These small molecules are able to kill bacteria or stop them from reproducing and spreading

Suicide risk factors vary by ethnic group

Approximately 8.3 million adults in the United States reported thinking about suicide last year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While thoughts and deeds are clearly different, University of Houston professor of psychology Rheeda Walker has examined both and finds that current approaches to suicide prevention are troubling, because they usually consist

Synthetic cells capture and reveal hidden messages of the immune system

When immune cells detect harmful pathogens or cancer, they mobilise and coordinate a competent defence response. To do this effectively immune cells must communicate in a way that is tailored to the pathogenic insult. Consequently, the body’s response to various health challenges depends on successful coordination among the cells of the immune system. Key players

The rise of ‘eco-anxiety’: Climate change affects our mental health, too

The Australian Medical Association (AMA) recently declared climate change a health emergency, reflecting similar positions taken by a growing list of peak medical bodies around the world. The AMA’s statement highlights the significant impacts climate change is having on physical health, including an increase in climate-related deaths. The World Health Organisation regards climate change as

Ranitidine stomach acid blockers with cancer-causing substances contaminated

After the scandal of contaminated blood-pressure-lowering drug with the active ingredient Valsartan in the past year, the potentially cancer-causing substances, called nitrosamines were found in other medicines. It is a stomach acid blocker ranitidine. German products are affected. Last week, the European medicines Agency (EMA) announced that ranitidine-containing medicines may be affected by the contamination,