The revolutionary new scanner that can spot cancer in SECONDS Improved version of MRI could detect life-threatening diseases when they are at their most treatableUses mathematical formulas to figure out in a matter of seconds if a patient has anything to worry aboutUses unique fingerprints of each individual body tissue and disease to quickly diagnose problems By James Rush PUBLISHED: 19:51 GMT, 13 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:44 GMT, 14 March 2013 Scan: An improved version of MRI can spot the earliest stages of life-threatening diseases, researchers have said.
Arthritis It's no laughing matter, says comedian Ella Kenion whose agonising condition, triggered by food poisoning – almost ended her showbiz dream Actress Ella Kenion got rheumatic disease Reiter’s syndrom aged 18The pain in her joints nearly kept her from following her dream of acting<br> <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 00:54 GMT, 25 November 2012 </p> <br> <img src="http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/11/24/article-2237870-16315539000005DC-911_306x708.jpg" width="306" height="708" alt="Light touch: Ella's recent weight loss has helped with her joint problems" class="blkBorder" /> <p class="imageCaption">Light touch: Ella's recent weight loss has helped with her joint problems</p> <p>From playing the world’s laziest cleaner, Mrs Cakeworthy, in The Green Green Grass to a long-suffering teacher in The Catherine Tate Show, Ella Kenion has never been shy about taking on unglamorous roles.
Elderly care 'reduced to a production line of tasks' as hard-pressed carers struggle to cope Many left suffering in loneliness as care workers spend as little as 15 minutes in someone's homeReport says carers received little training before performing difficult tasksOne care worker said: 'It's only a matter of time' before an accident happens | UPDATED: 22:04 GMT, 5 October 2012 Councils are treating vulnerable pensioners as a mere ‘production line’ of tasks to be completed by hard-pressed carers, according to a report which lifts the lid on the horrendous state of home care for the elderly.
Woman undergoes 'fecal matter transplant' to cure bacterial infectionKaitlin Hunter survived a car accident, only then to battle a bacterial infectionShe lost 40 pounds, as nine rounds of antibiotics failed to cure her Doctors carried out a fecal matter transplant to recolonize her colon with healthy bacteriaThe operation was a success and she is healthy once again | UPDATED: 06:17 GMT, 27 September 2012 A woman who survived a near-fatal car accident only to suffer a devastating bacterial infection in her colon has been cured after undergoing an unusual treatment known as a 'fecal matter transplant.' Kaitlin Hunter's life threatening infection was cured after fecal matter from her mother, including healthy bacteria, was transplanted into her colon.
Scientists discover new treatment that could reverse the effects of Alzheimer's disease Compound discovered during drug tests to treat neurological pain in chemotherapy patients | UPDATED: 04:29 GMT, 3 September 2012 Scientists believe they have discovered a breakthrough treatment that could halt and reverse the effects of Alzheimer's disease.
Secrets of the' supergrans': Elite group who have the brains of those half their age may hold the key to fighting Alzheimer's Researchers want to know how they are so mentally fit By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 03:35 GMT, 17 August 2012 | UPDATED: 07:43 GMT, 17 August 2012 'Special': Scientists have identified an elite group of 'super pensioners' with pin-sharp memories and the brains of those half their age who could help in fight against dementia (file picture) Becoming a little forgetful is considered a normal part of growing older – at least for most people.
“Don”t mess with our food”: Burger King worker who posted pictures of himself standing in bins of lettuce hunted down by vigilante website users and fired | UPDATED: 11:46 GMT, 18 July 2012 We”re used to hearing stories of how fast news can travel on the internet.
Having a new hip can boost your brain power: Relieving chronic pain improves your mind as well as your body | UPDATED: 02:23 GMT, 19 June 2012 For those of you deliberating over whether to have a hip replacement, perhaps this latest finding will convince you: the op could boost your memory and even protect you from dementia.
Ten-minute Alzheimer's test to spot disease in earliest stages before brain is badly damaged | UPDATED: 23:05 GMT, 21 May 2012 A ten-minute memory test that picks up Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia in their earliest stages is available for use in GPs’ surgeries from today.
Why should we eat five a day and will an apple keep the doctor away A food writer explores the science behind it…