Lois-May Young

Lois-May Young, journalist for the Health Section, has a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences which she pursued in the United States. She has over 10 years of diverse professional experience in scientific research, public healthcare (as a pharmacist), medical and scientific writing. This gives her a unique perspective with across the board experience that allows her to understand and translate complex medical and scientific concepts form research and development to clinical application. She is currently based in the Australia where she works as a freelance medical/science writer. You can follow her on Twitter at @ Lois_May_Young
Role: Journalist, Health
No. of articles: 5
Email: lois.young@themunicheye.com

Innovative brain probe allows control of neurons

Researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine, Missouri, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have targeted specific regions...

Staying fit helps your brain age well

The importance of keeping healthy by increasing our physical activity has been a constant topic of discussion by medical professionals.

Plugging leaks to prevent influenza deaths

Study finds new weapon in war against flu pandemics and pneumonia
Most of us dread cold and flu season and for an unfortunate few, pneumonia is a more serious complication. According to the World Health Organisation...

The link between sleep therapy and Alzheimer's

Better sleep, better prospects for Alzheimer's patients.
Our sleep patterns change with age. For older adults sleep disorders are common and they often struggle with early waking in the morning and...

Unsustainable rise in cancer drug prices

Can cancer patients avail affordable treatment in the United States?
The increasing cost of health care in the USA is an ongoing concern with unpaid medical bills listed as the No.1 cause of personal bankruptcy by a...