Venom brings on thoughts of fear in people, but how has this dangerous area of science been used for medicine … Read moreIs Venom The Future Of Medicine?
Peto’s Paradox is the observation that the incidence of cancer does not correlate to the number of cells present in an organism, meaning, on average … Read moreWill Humanity Become Resistant to Cancer?
As the circulatory pump of the human body, it is vital that the cardiac muscle has structures compatible with its … Read moreThe Cardiac Muscle and Pericarditis
Cryopreservation is the science of using extremely low temperatures to preserve living cells and tissues to keep them structurally intact … Read moreThe Complications of Cryonics
The history of ketamine and its use within medicine is explored … Read moreKetamine: party drug or life saving antidepressant?
incuded pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells) are generated from the embryo and have revolutionised our approaches to medicine … Read moreHow are iPS cells changing our approaches to medicine?
Many treatments are available for the common cold, painkillers like paracetamol, but recent research has shown honey to be better … Read moreCan Honey Cure Coughs and Colds?
Within the last 50 years, wildlife populations have declined on average by 60%. … Read moreThe Fight Against Biodiversity
With an attempt to understand a complex enigma, this article discusses the origins and resolutions of dental fear and anxiety. … Read moreDentophobia: An Insight Into the Aetiology and Coping Mechanisms Surrounding Dental Fear and Anxiety
We often hear of the numerous people in poor areas across the globe with a lack of access to potable water. But is there … Read moreA low-cost solution to clean drinking water in rural areas in the developing world- can it be done?
Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba was a junior doctor (ST6) on 18th February 2011 when Jack Adcock was admitted to hospital … Read moreThe Bawa-Garba Case: A Deeper Dive
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome is the terminology for the withdrawal symptoms that a baby may experience after absorbing drugs … Read moreThe permanent damage of the ‘crack baby’ epidemic