Pulse oximeter less accurate in non-white patients, study finds

It’s a device most patients will recognize from their most recent doctor’s appointment: a small.

Researchers make a significant breakthrough in the treatment of stroke

In the largest clinical stroke trial ever run in Canada, researchers have shown Tenecteplase (TNK),.

Study finds women have more brain changes after menopause

Women who have gone through menopause may have more of a brain biomarker called white.

Smoking promotes development of severe pulmonary hypertension

About 1% of the world’s adult population suffers from pulmonary hypertension (PH). Among the many.

Researchers find two FDA-approved drugs that curb symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease

Two commonly used psychiatric drugs show evidence of improving symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease including boosting.

Cancer drug shows potential as treatment for muscular dystrophy

Researchers at the University of British Columbia’s School of Biomedical Engineering have discovered that an.

Research team works to develop a non-invasive, low-cost test for head and neck cancer

Can screening for head and neck cancer one day be as simple as a urine.

Innovative lung-imaging technique shows cause of long COVID symptoms

Many who experience what is now called “long COVID” report feeling brain fog, breathless, fatigued,.

Focus on beta cells instead of immune system could be key to preventing type 1 diabetes

Research into the causes of type 1 diabetes often focuses on the autoimmune response, where.

Fatigue among arthritis sufferers relieved by physical activity and talking therapies

Physical activity and talking therapies can significantly improve fatigue in people with conditions such as.