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Eleanor Garth

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Deputy Editor Now a science and medicine journalist, Eleanor worked as a consultant for university spin-out companies and provided research support at Imperial College London and various London hospitals in a former life.
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AI life saver as speakers and smart phones trained to detect cardiac arrests

Mobiles and smart speakers will contact emergency services when they detect a cardiac arrest. We are used to our phones and smart speakers listening for...

How Do I? app improves healthspan by replacing lost memories

Crowdsourcing ideas programme delivers winning app How Do I? for independent living. A smartphone app designed to take the place of vanished memories has won...

New laser that detects, targets and destroys cancer cells will improve life expectancy

Non-invasive laser is diagnostic and therapeutic, blasting cancer cells from outside the skin. A team of researchers at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences...

Pig heart transplants move nearer to human testing

Baboon survives for six months after ground-breaking pig heart transplant. Pig hearts engineered to prevent any dangerous immune reaction in the recipient have been used...

Grapes deliver Longevity benefits by fighting colorectal cancer

Grape-based compounds kill off colon cancer cells without damage to healthy cells. Colorectal cancer is responsible for more than 700,000 deaths worldwide each year ,...

Scientists identify Longevity molecule produced by fasting

Going on a fasting diet could trim your waistline AND extend your life by slowing and reversing cardiovascular decline. People have been dieting for decades,...

BITS Gaming tech brings healthspan hope to stroke sufferers

The after-effects of a stroke can be devastating – Bioness Therapy has developed BITS to overcome them. According to the National Stroke Association, only 10%...

World’s first artificial embryo is Longevity gamechanger

Synthetic embryo offers ethically transparent access to stem cells for use in organ growth and repair research. Three types of stem cells are vital for...

Trial using immune system paves the way for diabetes deferral

New treatment tackles type 1 diabetes before it is able to ravage the body. It is estimated that 415 million people worldwide are living with...