New cutting edge drug cuts risk of breast cancer tumours reoccurring or spreading by 37%

New study finds breast cancer drug could save thousands of lives

The ground-breaking drug, Keytruda also known as Pembrolizumab has been found to cut the risk of triple-negative breast cancer reoccurring by 37%. The drug utilizes the patient’s own immune system to fight cancer. Pembrolizumab helps the immune system to be on the alert for cancer cells and destroy them. It is already being used to … Read more

How you walk could put you at higher risk of developing dementia

Are you at risk for dementia?

According to a study the way you walk could be an indicator of your brain health and the risk of you developing dementia. In a study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society in March 2018, researchers from the University of Nottingham and the University College London analyzed data of 3,392 adults over … Read more

Israeli study finds that natural immunity after Covid infection is more powerful than vaccination

Eye-opening study lifts the lid on natural immunity to Covid-19

A recent study conducted in Israel at Maccabi Healthcare and Tel Aviv University compared the outcomes of over 76,000 Israelis in three groups. Those people who had Covid-19 but weren’t vaccinated against an equal number of people who had been fully vaccinated but hadn’t been previously infected and those previously COVID infected with only a … Read more

Study cites the 5 most common signs you have caught Delta if you’re vaccinated

Delta Variant symptoms to watch out for it you are already fully vaccinated

The Coronavirus Delta variant is proving to be one of the most difficult challenges and is prolonging the pandemic. This highly contagious strain of the virus has spread swiftly among those that are unvaccinated but is also infecting those that have had both their inoculations. A new study published in the journal The Lancet Infectious … Read more