From the first moment your newborn baby is placed in your arms, what they eat is one of your biggest concerns. Breast milk or formula? When should you wean? And what do you do if
The NHS is working with US tech companies Palantir, Microsoft and Amazon to develop a data platform to inform the COVID-19 response. According to a blog posted on Gov.UK, NHS England and Improvement will collate
The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented need to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) for hospital staff. A team of Montreal medical experts has partnered with a 3-D printing company to design and distribute face
“I must have had 200 people praying for me that night,” she said. “I know many people would be very angry to hear that, because you can pray for somebody and they would die. That’s
Coronavirus cases are continuing to rise in the UK and across the world, and the NHS has once again reacted to the virus’ spread. There will be two new Nightingale hospitals built, in Bristol and
A new episode of our podcast “Show Me the Science” has been posted. At present, we are highlighting research and patient care on the Washington University Medical Campus as our scientists and clinicians confront COVID-19.
When it comes to fitness, Kate Walsh knows exactly how to get her body in the shape she wants — especially her butt. Her secret? The toning exercise class Ballet Beautiful — which can be
A new report assessing the effectiveness of China’s emergency response during the early stages of the COVID-19 outbreak suggests that measures such as the travel ban may have prevented more than 700,000 cases outside Wuhan.
Brain cancer in infants is biologically distinct from other childhood brain tumours and could be successfully treated with targeted drugs, a new study has shown. An aggressive type of brain tumour, called high-grade glioma, is
Image-and-text health warning labels, similar to those on cigarette boxes, show potential for reducing the consumption of alcoholic drinks and energy-dense snacks, such as chocolate bars, according to a study published in the open access