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New research in Sweden suggests that milk might not provide total protection from fractured bones. A new research published in the British Medical Journal suggests that drinking large amounts of milk might not be a guard against bone fractures. The...
A Doctors Without Borders (MSF) physician has tested positive for Ebola in New York after working in west Africa.   A doctor from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), who recently returned to New York from Ebola-affected west Africa, has tested positive for the virus,...
A rapid diagnostic test for Ebola may be available for clinical trials by October end, say French developers.   French scientists have devised a rapid diagnostic test for Ebola akin to the easy-to-use home pregnancy tests, through which a diagnosis can...
Post six weeks of no new instances of the virus, Nigeria has been officially declared Ebola-free. After Senegal, now Nigeria has been declared Ebola-free by the World Health Organization (WHO), since the disease has showed no signs of occurrence or...
Britain has begun screening for Ebola at Heathrow airport.   Screenings for the Ebola virus began in Britain on October 14, 2014, in light of the breach in protocol in the US. Passengers flying in from West African countries are being scanned for...
Oxford in south-east London to host Ebola vaccine trial. Trials for the experimental Ebola vaccine have begun in the UK, under which the first of the 60 volunteers will be injected with the vaccine that contains negligible part of genetic...
Mega-retailer Tesco has revealed Surprize - a new apple variety. UK's largest retailer, Tesco, has unveiled a new variety of apples that it likes to call 'Surprize'. The new variety of apple has a yellow skin and the inside flesh...