Alzheimer's disease molecule can actually REVERSE multiple sclerosis, say scientists after shock discovery Maligned molecule found to have beneficial anti-inflammatory effect | UPDATED: 10:43 GMT, 3 August 2012 A molecule that causes Alzheimer’s disease could reverse paralysis caused by multiple sclerosis (MS), a study has found.
DNA of unborn baby mapped from just mother's blood paving way for new genetic disease screening Scientists can now test a baby for genetic disease if the paternity is not known By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 18:00 GMT, 4 July 2012 | UPDATED: 18:00 GMT, 4 July 2012 Scientists have mapped the complete DNA of an unborn baby – using just the mother's blood.
Of a nervous disposition Here's another thing to worry about: You're more likely to get cancer, according to new research | UPDATED: 21:10 GMT, 25 April 2012 Nervy individuals may be more at risk of aggressive cancer, new research suggests.
Hope of fresh treatment for seven cancers after single antibody is found to shrink tumours from all of them | UPDATED: 00:57 GMT, 27 March 2012 A drug that helps the immune system to break down cancerous tumours has been developed.
'Clutching a bottle of cold water while exercising can help make you fitter' | UPDATED: 07:26 GMT, 14 March 2012 David Cameron, pictured jogging in St James Park, could benefit from holding cool packs in his hands Do you struggle to jog on the treadmill for more than a few minutes before you're exhausted The solution is surprisingly close at hand.
Genetic make-up determines whether we die from anthrax exposure Created 5:25 PM on 6th February 2012 Bio-hazard: Scientists found three out of 234 people were virtually insensitive to the anthrax toxin.
One in 100 people 'can naturally resist HIV, malaria, leprosy and hepatitis' Bio-hazard: Scientists found three out of 234 people were virtually insensitive to the anthrax toxin.
Women feel more pain than men, claims study Agony: New research has found that women suffer more pain than men across a range of medical conditions (pictured posed by model) The argument that women handle pain better than men has been debated many times in the long-running battle of the sexes.