Heart development can provide important clues into how it works, and also what can go wrong.
What keeps your ticker pumping, and how does it supply all that blood to
The BHF put 100 million into heart research every single year.
Opiod painkillers like morphine are extremely powerful, but new research shows that they could cause chronic pain.
It sounds counter-intuitive but conducting post-mortems can help save the lives of the living...
Drugs that block the hormone oestrogen have the potential to treat seizures
Stress is a relatively new concept but rates have been on the rise in recent years, but why?
Some find an event stressful, other just feel it as pressure but why do we experience the same situation differently?
How does your body react when you're feeling stressed? Graihagh did a 'stress test' to find out...
Emerging research suggests that the bacteria in your stomach could be influencing your mood...
Could laughter really be the best medicine?
The tools we can all use to help us feel a little more relaxed...
How much salt is safe to eat, and what does too much do to your body?
How close are we to understanding and treating dementia?
ADHD might affect up to 1 in 8 adults according to new research.
Party drug ketamine has been villainized by the media but a new study has revealed how it treats symptoms of depression...
Scientists from the Univeristy of Edinburgh think that testosterone may be behind the higher instances of heart attacks...
Despite dire predictions new research suggests that dementia rates are actually falling, specifically in men.
Kat busts the myth that your tongue has different taste zones.
A team have created a new form of personalised medicine, which could mean
correct doses of drugs for transplant...
Could the forgotten vitamin K have life saving properties?
If a test picks up 25% abnormal cells in a developing embryo, does that mean the baby will be abnormal? Maybe not.
Brain training apps are a huge market, but do they actually work?
DNA from 18th century teeth reveals plague secrets