As winter approaches, Kat sees how we can keep warm by scrutinizing the science behind heat loss...
Having evolved to live in the dark, many animals are now exposed to light 24/7. What effect does this have on them?
There are many reasons to be reducing excess lighting. But is it feasible to roll out over large areas?
Why does Haiti have a cholera epidemic?
Does taking a dip in an ice bath really help tired muscles recover?
Could new genetic editing technology provide a much needed treatment for sickle cell disease?
How did the hospital become an integral part of society?
How do you train a student in all the skills required to be a fantastic doctor?
Infection is one of the biggest risks from a trip to the hospital, so how is it minimised?
As our health services face increasing demand could a new app help lessen the load?
NICE has approved 'breakthrough' lung cancer drug osimertinib, which
has twice the success rate of existing...
...and it's nothing to do with a calcium deficiency.
How cells degrade and recycle their cellular various components is what won the Nobel in medicine this year.
There are more people quitting that ever before and that's partly thanks to e-cigs but could they also be bad for...
Modelling the effectiveness of bednets against mosquitoes and malaria...
A new genetic test may allow us to start treating heart disease years before any symptoms emerge.
New research could lead to a treatment for Spinal Muscular Atrophy
When detecting and treating tumours, being able to visualise them is essential.
The new gadget that could save lives.
New chemicals on bed nets could beat resistance in malaria carrying mosquitoes.
Kat busts the myth that mental illness is due to a chemical imbalance.
If you agree to donate your organs does that definitely mean they'll be used?
New research from The University of Sheffield shows how we all have our own biological Pacmen.
The disease was discovered over 100 years ago, so what do we now know about it?