News of World Medicine
Insulin injections may be replaced with a plaster
23.03.2020

American researchers have carried out a comparative analysis of two methods of delivering insulin to the human body to control glycemia. It turned out that a plaster to be as effective and safe as a syringe pen.

WHO has announced the start of first trials of COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine
23.03.2020

Scientists have started the first test of the new type of COVID-19 vaccine.

Scientists believe that fish oil may affect male fertility
18.03.2020

Danish scientists have found an interrelation between fish oil-based dietary supplements and increased male fertility in an observational study.

For the first time an artificial intelligence has independently created a cure for people
13.03.2020

For the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder the new drug is fully developed by Exscientia Artificial Intelligence at Oxford. The drug is already preparing for testing in humans.

A CURE FOR STUTTERING HAS SUCCESSFULLY PASSED CLINICAL TRIALS
04.03.2020

Scientists from the University of California have carried out the first clinical trial of a cure for stuttering. Only 9 patients took part in the test, however, almost all subjects had improved their speech.

FRENCH SCIENTISTS HAVE CREATED THE MOST POWERFUL MRI APPARATUS, WHICH MAY HELP TO FIGHT BRAIN DISEASES MORE EFFECTIVE
24.02.2020

The new scanner uses a 130 tons super magnet with the help of which doctors hope to get the opportunity for early diagnosis of many brain diseases.

OMEGA-3 IS RECOMMENDED AS AN ADDITIONAL TREATMENT FOR DEPRESSION
20.02.2020

A new clinical practice guideline by the International Society for Dietary Psychiatry Research recommends omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids as an adjunctive therapy for major depressive disorder.

THE OPTIMAL AGE FOR THE TREATMENT OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED
13.02.2020

Swiss scientists have determined that a period of 30 to 32 years is the perfect age for treating multiple sclerosis. If you delay the start of treatment for multiple sclerosis up to 40 years, then the risk of disability increases significantly.

NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS IN PHYSIOLOGY OR MEDICINE 2019
10.02.2020

The Nobel Prize was awarded by U.S. scientists William Kelin and Gregg Semence, as well as their British counterpart Peter Ratcliff in 2019. They received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine due to their discovery in the field of cancer therapy.

DIABETES MEDICATION HAS BEEN SHOWN TO BE EFFECTIVE IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
10.02.2020

Metformin has shown astounding results in an animal clinical study. The study has established the ability of metformin to influence on the recovery of the myelin sheath in rats. Next year, scientists are going to carry out the research on humans.