The vaccine that means coeliacs can eat wheat | UPDATED: 00:04 GMT, 9 October 2012 An experimental vaccine could be a major breakthrough for treating gluten intolerance A vaccine that stops the body reacting to one of the main ingredients in bread could allow thousands of coeliac sufferers to eat a normal diet.
Make sure you know which type of hip fix you have | UPDATED: 21:45 GMT, 17 March 2012 For the millions who have a hip implant, the news last week that experts are now calling for certain types to be banned is extremely worrying.
Blood clot grabber could save stroke victims' lives Strokes kill around 200 people every day in the UK A device that ‘traps’ blood clots so they can be safely removed from the brain could be a radical new treatment for stroke.
My embarrassing bladder was fixed by a “fishing line” implant No laughing matter: Isabel suffered stress incontinence for ten years A 25-minute operation likened by surgeons to ‘tightening a leaky pipe’ could end the misery of women suffering an embarrassing yet common condition. Stress incontinence – involuntary leaking from the bladder when coughing, laughing, sneezing or exercising – is thought to affect a third of women who have had children.