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.
'One small nibble for a woman': The mind controlled robotic arm that could give the paralysed a new lease of life Robotic limb hailed as a 'remarkable step forward'Has allowed patients paralysed from the neck down to feed themselves and even high five doctors Uses electrodes implanted in the brain to 'drive' a robotic arm | UPDATED: 11:14 GMT, 17 December 2012 A 52 year old woman paralysed from the neck down has been able to feed herself and even high five doctors using a groundbreaking new robotic arm controlled by electrodes implanted in her brain.
The new MRI scanner that won't give you claustrophobia | UPDATED: 01:09 GMT, 27 November 2012 Every day, hundreds of patients undergo magnetic resonance imaging scans (MRI scans) — and every day many of those patients will ask to get out of the machine before doctors have even had time to take the scan.
Hoarding disorder, or why refusing to throw anything away is all in the brain | UPDATED: 08:11 GMT, 10 August 2012 People who can’t bear to throw things away really do have brains that work differently, claim researchers.
Is advertising to blame for obesity epidemic The sight of fatty foods triggers hunger, claims study Simply viewing high calorie food images activated brain regions that control appetite and reward | UPDATED: 16:16 GMT, 26 June 2012 Viewing pictures of high calorie food also significantly increased ratings of hunger and desire for sweet and savoury foods A picture could be worth a thousand calories after a study revealed images of fatty food can trigger hunger pangs.
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.
Why we can't resist that doughnut when we're sleep-deprived Lack of sleep linked to more active reward centre in brain | UPDATED: 11:03 GMT, 13 June 2012 A poor night's sleep leaves you far more vulnerable to temptation, researchers say.
Why meditation helps you focus: Mindfulness improves brain wiring in just a month Scientists saw improved brain connections after participants had just 11 hours of training | UPDATED: 10:51 GMT, 12 June 2012 Just a month of meditation training alters brain wiring in ways that could open the door to new treatments for mental disorders, research has shown.
This machine can defer prostate surgery for years.
Wheelchair narrowly misses patient after it is sent flying through air by MRI scanner when it was caught in its magnetic field Incident put the scanner out of action for two days A hospital is facing a 20,000 bill to repair damage caused by a wheelchair which was flung across a room by powerful magnets in an MRI machine.