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.
Want to slim down Living at a higher altitude can help (and it's nothing to do with climbing) Obesity risk dropped with every 660ft rise in altitudeChanges in elevation may affect appetite hormones, growth and how many calories the body burned By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 16:04 GMT, 13 February 2013 | UPDATED: 16:09 GMT, 13 February 2013 Enlarge Man celebrates on the mountain If you're packing quite a paunch there may be a novel solution to losing a few pounds – simply live at a higher altitude.
Slaughter of the rhinos: Four animals found dead with their horns hacked off by poachersFour rhinos poisoned and dehorned in in Eastern Cape, South AfricaFour rhinos shot and dehorned in Assam, northeastern India.Two rhinos in the Indian attack dead | UPDATED: 20:36 GMT, 27 September 2012 Four rhinos have been slaughtered for their horns at a reserve in South Africa, it emerged today.
Sleep apnoea in pregnancy could harm health of both mother and baby A study of obese pregnant women found those with sleep apnoea were far more likely to develop pre-eclampsiaTheir newborns also had more than double the chance of needing intensive care treatment | UPDATED: 13:29 GMT, 21 September 2012 Women who suffer from sleep apnoea during pregnancy are more likely to have babies who suffer from early health problems, researchers say.
A kiss for daddy, and then perhaps a scratch too far: Heartwarming pictures of a lion cub meeting his father for the first time . He is one of the world”s most dangerous predators.
Is it early Alzheimer's or mild cognitive impairment Doctors left baffled by new guidelines Confusion: The line between mild impairment and early Alzheimer's disease has blurred, a doctor claims (posed patient) Doctors are struggling to diagnose whether their patients have early Alzheimer's disease or simply mild cognitive impairment, a report has warned.