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Data analysis has found that stroke patients are 70 per cent more likely to still be taking their medication a year on if they have their prescription when they are discharged from hospital, compared to those who have to wait. Read the rest of this entry »
A new longitudinal study has helped to explain how children are able to remember facts, and why some find it easier to pull things from memory than others.
When children begin to learn basic arithmetic, they gradually switch from counting on their fingers to pulling facts from memory, which is easier for some than others, but it is unknown why. Read the rest of this entry »
Researchers have devised a fast-sensitive "electronic nose" that is able to smell the highly infectious bacteria C. diff.
The team at the University of Leicester used a mass spectrometer to show that it is possible to identify the unique 'smell' of C. diff, which could lead to much faster diagnosis of the condition. Read the rest of this entry »
A team from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) have helped identify genetic factors that can trigger the onset of the early stages of ulcerative colitis.
Although the condition is rare, it can have severe consequences for young children and infants as it can lead to the early development of colon cancer and increase their risk of liver damage. Read the rest of this entry »