Mobile health surveillance technology has proven essential in the fight against rabies

System used to report real-time instances of rabid animal bites on humans, as well as human and animal rabies vaccination use

Dreading pain can be worse than pain itself

Faced with inevitable pain, most people would choose to get it out of the way as soon as possible, according to a new study.

Insight into cause of brain disorders may aid quest for treatments

Fresh discoveries about causes of a range of neurological conditions, including a rare autism spectrum disorder, may inform the development of new therapies

Cancer cells turn healthy cells to the 'dark' side

Researchers found that mutated KRAS also plays an important role in turning healthy ‘stromal cells’ into cancer’s allies

Genetic associations of personality trait related to depression and anxiety

Existence of these genetic associations could indicate a person’s predisposition to the personality trait neuroticism, say researchers

Cell insight offers clues on biological processes linked to fertility

Scientists studying how healthy cells are formed have made a discovery that could aid understanding of how infertility, stillbirths and birth defects arise

Rare pregnancy condition programmes babies to become overweight in later life

Babies born to mothers who suffer from a rare metabolic complication during pregnancy are programmed to be overweight, according to a study published today in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.





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