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Tinslee Lewis hasn't left Cook Children's Medical Center since she was born, premature, nine months ago. The hospital believes she's suffering. Her family wants her kept alive, and a court agreed.
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A potentially dangerous fungus that killed one patient and sickened five others was found again at Seattle Children's Hospital on Sunday, forcing officials to close 11 operating rooms.
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Harley Bond, five, from Sheffield, was diagnosed with Sanfilippo syndrome when he was three. Within months the youngster had forgotten his parents Wayne Bond, 47, and Emma Siddal, 38.
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Scientists from Stanford University and the University of California, San Francisco, hit back against the July ban on research using tissue from deceased fetuses as a block to vital research.
Posted: 12-11-2019
Stem cells are the human body's raw material for repairing itself. They can self-renew or turn into a specific type of cell, such as blood or muscle. They have a range of benefits for treating conditions.
Posted: 12-11-2019
Scientists from Montana Technology University in Butte have a developed a new portable device that sprays bandages loaded with drugs directly onto wounds to speed healing and limit infection.
Posted: 12-11-2019
Doctors and nurses tell DailyMail.com that so-called 'virginity tests' - which rapper T.I. has done on his daughter, violate women's rights and are not based on any scientific evidence.
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Gianna Wrightman was set on fire while playing with a scented candle in her grandmother's house in Algonac, Michigan. Her mother said the youngster was 'unrecognisable' when she arrived at hospital.
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Casey Wilson, 39, said her four-year son Max suffered from lethargy, sudden mood changes and weight loss for nearly two years before he was finally diagnosed with celiac disease.
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Holly Broome, 24, of London, stopped using steroid creams and began no moisture therapy (NMT) in 2018. The graphic designer is not 'cured', but says her skin is finally under control.
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Hiccups cause a sudden movement of the diaphragm, so the brainwaves may train babies how to control this muscle, say researchers from University College London.
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Michigan State University experts scanned the brains of participants while they took a computer test. Half had been through one session of meditation - a trendy practice loved by Gwyneth Paltrow.
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Researchers from Bonn University in Germany said ageing populations meant 15 per cent more people across Europe would suffer from age-related macular degeneration in 30 years' time.
Posted: 12-11-2019
The portable gadget targets the brain's hypothalamus region with electrical currents to promote a better night's sleep. It will be available to people in the UK next year.
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Researchers from the Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, trained a tiny molecule to react when it detected traces of a virus and it could work on a single drop of blood.
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Despite 'severe damage', the youngster had no actual injury to the brain. After two weeks in hospital in Utah, she was discharged and made a full recovery, doctors said.
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Experts found humans have a better chance of going extinct than an individual has at being struck by lightning. The study found there is a 1 in 14,000 humans will die-off next year.
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Under current rules, GPs are required to take call-outs when patients claim they are too ill to make it to hospital. But the Kent local medical committee (LMC), wants this changed in GP contracts.
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Matthew Griffin, of Stourport-on-Severn, woke up with a migraine and was vomiting. His parents found him lying unconscious on the kitchen floor and he was rushed to hospital.
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The billionaire American Microsoft founder (pictured in Nigeria) says people have forgotten the death and devastation wreaked by diseases such as measles, polio and pneumonia.
Posted: 12-11-2019