14 November 2023
An Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool that can predict 10-year risk of deadly heart attacks, could transform treatment for patients who undergo CT scans to investigate chest pain, according to British Heart Foundation (BHF)-funded research presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions in Philadelphia.
13 November 2023
Self-monitoring blood pressure after giving birth could help to cut new mothers’ risk of future heart disease and strokes, according to new research by Oxford researchers.
25 September 2023
A study looking at the longer-term impact of COVID-19 has found that nearly a third of patients displayed abnormalities in multiple organs five months after infection, some of which have been shown through previous work to be evidence of tissue damage.
Clinical trial investigating potential investigational treatment for relief of fatigue in people with long COVID reports results
14 April 2023
Research led by Associate Professor Betty Raman finds positive results from a Phase 2 clinical trial of an investigational treatment against long COVID fatigue.
19 January 2023
Bones were thought to lack lymphatic vessels, but new research from the Kusumbe Group published in Cell not only locates them within bone tissue, but demonstrates their role in bone and blood cell regeneration and reveals changes associated with aging.
22 September 2022
Intensive blood glucose control for people with type 2 diabetes when they are first diagnosed reduces diabetic complications and prolongs life
21 September 2022
The study, which tracked volunteers for up to 44 years, showed that the benefits of early intensive blood glucose control can persist for decades.