A drug developed for diabetes could be used to treat Alzheimer’s after scientists found it “significantly reversed memory loss” in mice through a triple method of action.
Lancaster University has announced a major investment that will help improve advances in health care and significantly contribute to the regional economy.
Research has shown that better communication around assisted dying is needed between clinician and patients diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease.
Married women with children have benefited the most from the UK public smoking ban according to Lancaster University researchers.
Professor Hedley Emsley was one of the speakers at the official opening of the National Institute for Health Research’s Lancashire Clinical Research Facility.
Health screening campaigns which target a specific organ may lack effectiveness if the public have a poor knowledge of anatomy say researchers.
Teenagers who do not access healthcare when needed are at greater risk of dropping out of high school say researchers.
Treating insomnia with online cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) could reduce mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, and paranoia, according to research.
The low uptake of flu vaccination among medical students and doctors is influenced by social attitudes say researchers.
Bay Health and Care Partners are inviting the public, health professionals and partner organisations to the Lancaster Health Festival.