Researchers at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine have found that people who received the Moderna vaccine were less likely to experience “breakthrough” COVID-19 cases, compared to recipients of the Pfizer vaccine.
Scientists are warning that that watching TV for four hours a day or more is associated with a 35% higher risk of blood clots compared with less than 2.5 hours.
Arab Health 2022 will see world renowned surgeons demonstrating a Right RATS (Robotic Assisted Thoracic Surgery) Lower Lobectomy and Lymph Node Dissection procedure via Proximie.
A clinical validation study conducted at Oulu University Hospital (OUH) has confirmed the high accuracy of a new test for the diagnosis of atrophic gastritis (AG) and Helicobacter pylori (Hp) infection in patients referred for gastroscopy.
Global clinicians are expected to make ‘exhibition history’ by attending a lecture in the Metaverse with the launch of The Metaversity hosted live from Arab Health 2022.
Global investment firm Tyson & Blake has announced its lead investment in Strong Room Technology, a medical innovation company aimed at improving pharmacy, methadone dispensing, and diagnosing to improve patient outcomes.
Independent charitable hospital King Edward VII’s, located within the prestigious Harley Street Medical Area, has opened a new, world class facility, offering diagnostic services and outpatient care.
A joint SHOT and NCA webinar will run on Tuesday 15 February 2022 (14:00–15:00 GMT).
Antidepressants and other psychiatric medications are associated with an almost doubled risk of premature death in patients with heart conditions, according to the latest research.
Local hospitals will be able to quickly activate surge capacity in the independent sector as part of the national COVID response, under a new deal.
More people aged 65 and over have received their flu vaccine this year than ever before. However, uptake in pregnant women, those with underlying health conditions, and preschoolers remains behind uptake in older adults.
A surgical treatment commonly used to reduce epileptic seizures in adults also is effective and safe for children, according to a Rutgers study.
Older patients across China took part in a major multi-centre randomised clinical trial that showed there was no difference in post-operative delirium in older people with a hip fracture if they had a general anaesthesia or a regional anaesthesia.
A study using artificial intelligence to analyse radiographs from thousands of patients after hip replacement surgery redefines the acetabular "safe zone" to help avoid the risk of dislocation.