Researchers believe complementary therapy use in breast cancer sufferers has increased in the last twenty years
Countries where abortion is illegal have slightly higher abortion rates than countries where the procedures are legal, the research found
Research suggests pig factories may heavily use antibiotics on pigs as they often feature overcrowding which can lead to animals biting each other and subsequently spreading infection through their wounds. Many animals also have poor immune systems as they are taken from their mother while still suckling
'There are homeopathic asthma inhalers being sold. These aren’t any better at stopping an asthma attack than a placebo. An untreated asthma attack can be fatal'
The projected operation would be a 36-hour, £14m procedure involving at least 150 people, including doctors, nurses, technicians, psychologists and virtual reality engineers
‘This report lays to rest almost all of the concerns over these products, and concludes that, with sensible regulation, electronic cigarettes have the potential to make a major contribution towards preventing the premature death’, the report concluded
Tissue regeneration is a complex process - but it could be used in human medicine one day
The study reviewed the sexual satisfaction and pain sensors of 62 circumcised and non-circumcised men
The tests could make it easier for doctors to choose personalised drugs and treatments for young cancer sufferers
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Despite being marketed as a gaming device, the Rift has applications in architecture, art and medicine
'The bones will be a really good example for our students to learn from'
Much of the information uncovered by the ANSM and the French social affairs inspectorate has been denied to colleagues in other countries on the grounds that it is covered by medical secrecy and industrial property rights
North Middlesex Hospital in Edmonton says it received 450 admissions in just one Friday night shift
Treatment has 'no discernible convincing effects beyond placebo'
Case could be first in medical history