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Expelled researcher sets up 'new Cochrane'

Once the hallmark of independent medical research, the Cochrane Collaboration has accepted a grant of over £1m from the Bill Gates Foundation and summarily dismissed its most outspoken researcher, Peter...

Opioid toll rises as suicides and drug deaths double

The devastation caused by the opioid drug scandal continues to unfold. Now it's been discovered that the painkiller has been responsible for doubling the rate of suicides and drug-related deaths...

Candida causes memory loss—and perhaps Alzheimer's too

Fungal infections such as Candida can cross the blood-brain barrier to cause temporary memory loss, researchers have found. Candida albicans is a yeast infection that causes inflammation...

An egg a day prevents diabetes

Once the bad boys of breakfast, cholesterol-rich eggs are now being touted as the food that helps prevent type 2 diabetes. Eating one egg a day lowers...

The German measles scare that wasn't

There were no cases of rubella (German measles) in the UK in 2017—even though doctors had diagnosed at least 532 cases, which had sparked calls for a greater take-up of...

The key molecule that makes exercise effective

Exercise can help you lose body fat, and especially around the abdomen—but only if one of your molecules is working efficiently. Interleukin-6, a signalling molecule, plays a...

How bad science made a drug a best-seller

Lyrica (pregabalin) is one of the world's best-selling drugs—but its success is as much to do with bad science and unfounded claims of medical researchers. Inspired by...

Exercise as good as drugs for lowering blood pressure

Regular exercise can be as effective as antihypertensive drugs for lowering high blood pressure. Different types of structured exercise—from endurance to resistance activities—were as powerful as drugs...

Human growth hormones linked to Alzheimer's and CJD

Human growth hormones given to children contain seeds of a protein that has been seen in Alzheimer's sufferers. The hormones have also been suspected of being a cause of Creutzfeldt-Jakob...
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