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Dogs role in detecting disease shown to be supported by the public

An overwhelming majority of the public support the use of trained dogs in the detection of human diseases, a poll commissioned by Medical Detection Dogs has found.

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Behavioral activation as effective as CBT? An interview with Professor David Richards

BA and CBT are quite fundamentally different. BA is what we call an outside-in treatment, which means it focuses on helping people with depression change the way in which they behave.

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Innovate 2016 to focus on Health and Lifesciences

Technology and innovation plays a big part in today’s healthcare, agricultural and food production industries.

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5 step daylight savings sleep plan helps children adjust to time change

Wishful thinking that your baby’s internal clock will adjust as quickly as your iPhone.

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New research shows mother’s milk helps baby to make copies of maternal immune cells

Scientists have long understood that mother’s milk provides immune protection against some infectious agents through the transfer of antibodies, a process referred to as “passive immunity.”

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Combination treatment for myocardial infarction shows no added benefit compared to ASA monotherapy

The drug ticagrelor has been approved since February 2016 for adults who had a myocardial infarction a year or more ago and are at a high risk of a new myocardial infarction or stroke.

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Researchers describe novel host-oriented therapeutic approach for preventing lethal immune responses

Staphylococcal and streptococcal infections affect millions of individuals each year. They are a leading cause of sepsis and account for many cases of pneumonia and post-surgical infections.

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