Health & Wellness

How memories are made – and preserved

Research into how the human brain stores information could lead to treatments for people who struggle with everyday tasks. By Vittoria D’Alessio Professor Jan Buitelaar, an...

The school route to healthier eating

Offering nutritious meals to students can improve diets and counter obesity across Europe. By Ali Jones When the lunch bell rings at the Sancta Maria primary school...

Russia Says It is About to Have a Vaccine Against Cancer

President Vladimir Putin made a groundbreaking announcement last week, revealing that Russian scientists are on the brink of developing vaccines for cancer, potentially revolutionising...

Digital replicas of patients can help them get healthy

Simulations of the human body and advanced data promise more personalised medical treatment for a range of illnesses. By Jack McGovan In a laboratory in the Italian...

Brain gain: Europe’s big advances in neuroscience

EU researchers are coming up with new ways to tackle the range of illnesses tied to the human body’s most complex organ. By Horizon Staff In...

Signs of Inflammation and How to Reduce It

Overcoming chronic inflammation isn't an immediate process, just as it doesn't develop instantly, particularly if you've been experiencing significant inflammation for an extended period....

Digital Tools for Health Workers ‘Can Stem Growing Health Crises’

Developed in collaboration with Mercer Marsh Benefits, a business of Marsh McLennan, the report indicates that the impact of digital solutions can only be...

Infections: How Do Get Them, Combat Strategies, and Shielding Tactics

In the dynamic world of health and disease, infections stand as formidable adversaries. This comprehensive exploration delves into the origins of infections, strategies for...

Collaborative Solutions for Autoimmune Wellness Around the Globe

With the spread of new viruses, potentially triggering pandemics, the world is becoming more concerned about coming up with revolutionary solutions in the field...

The good, bad and essential: microbes that affect food and health

EU researchers are examining how bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms could boost the health of both plants and animals. By Gareth Willmer When Professor Tom Gilbert...

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