Monday, May 21, 2018

EQUIPMENT believed to be used for the gassing of 40,000 chickens was seen arriving today at the Fife farm hit by an outbreak of...

A CANCER patient given two months to live by his doctors seven months ago is in remission - after injecting himself with mistletoe. Dave Reynolds,...

CATS already have nine lives - but with the help of Edinburgh University scientists they may be getting more mileage out of them. Researchers at...

Older women with breast cancer could avoid radiotherapy, without harming their chances of survival according to scientists at the University of Edinburgh. The international study...

NEW 3D imaging technology, which makes lung operations quicker, safer and more effective is being trialled for the first time in Scotland at the...

A TERRIFIED mother saved her daughter with seconds to spare when she almost strangled to death on a cot bumper. Debbie MacDonald woke to shrieks...

Nicola Sturgeon has opened Piramal Healthcare's new £2 million life science suite in Grangemouth, adding 20 high skilled jobs to the 33,000 already employed...

MARKETING consultants from the Channel Islands have been hired in a bid to solve the GP recruitment crisis in the Highlands. The team will be...

Treating stroke patients with antibiotics and paracetamol could save up to 25,000 lives each year, researchers have said. A £4m study is to investigate whether...

A joint research project at Edinburgh and Harvard Universities may have identified the science behind hunger pangs. Scientists at both research centres have identified brain...

A SCOTTISH GP practice has been forced to close, leaving hundreds of patients in the lurch - because no one fancies the job.   Kirkcaldy Medical...

A CARE worker has been struck off after being found guilty of a slew of offences, including telling elderly patients they “stink of pish.” Karen...

AMBULANCE chiefs have been forced to spend an estimated £3.5m on specialist equipment to treat Scots patients weighing up to 70 stone. The move follows...

SCOTLAND’S Chief Fire Inspector has called for firefighters to be allowed to treat members of the public having heart attacks. At present emergency calls for...

  An Edinburgh clinic has become the first in Scotland to sign up to a new legislation which is designed to safeguard people who undergo...

SCOTS sex workers could soon be enjoying home visits from health workers, it has been revealed. The new initiative by Police Scotland and NHS Lothian...

NHS chiefs have been condemned for paying an agency doctor more than £19,000 for a week’s work - the equivalent of £1m a year. The...

Public and health care professionals across Scotland are being asked to make a pledge to reduce unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions in the fight against antibiotic...

SCOTLAND’S biggest health board has asked Google to stop listing its complaints department as the main telephone number in search results.   Greater Glasgow and Clyde...

The University of Edinburgh is developing a new drug to help women who have suffered repeated miscarriages maintain their pregnancy.   The researchers at The Royal...
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