Ms Cafferkey said she is 'happy to be alive' after recovering from the deadly virus.
By extending the telomere length by 10%, the point of death or halt of cell division is put off.
Meyler tells us how she helped fight Ebola in Liberia's capital Monrovia and became a Time Person of the Year.
Study shows family members telling stories to coma victims helps awaken unconscious brain.
Sierra Leone's President Ernest Bai Koroma on Thursday (January 22) removed Ebola district quarantine measures intended to curb the spread of the disease, declaring "victory is in sight" after a sharp drop in transmission.
Royal College of Surgeons says only qualified specialists should be able to perform cosmetic surgery.
The BHF says the UK parents are being 'hounded' by their kids to buy junk food they see on TV.
GlaxoSmithKline, NewLink Genetics and Merck involved in year-long trials.
Drugs can protect from radiation terrorism and counteract chemotherapy side effects.
With high population density and low vegetation cover, risks of transmission believed to be high.
Ebola constitutes bigger threat to gorillas and chimps with higher mortality rates and close contacts.
Australian woman reached inside her stomach and pulled her twins to her chest in a maternal assisted caesarean.
Plain packaging for cigarettes could be in force by next year.
Anthropologists have found a rare example of drilling to treat an infection on the lower legs.
A new study says a bit more salt won't hurt older adults, but should this be taken with a pinch of salt?