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Norovirus up by 70% putting pressure on hospital beds
Norovirus up by 70% putting pressure on hospital beds

Norovirus up by 70% putting pressure on hospital beds

The number of patients suffering from norovrius was up by 70% last week as it rose to 1,336 from 790 the previous week. Experts have said the spike was adding to pressure on beds....
Sat, 16 Dec 2017 05:46:17
Giving under 14s wine doesn't prevent binge drinking
Giving under 14s wine doesn't prevent binge drinking

Giving under 14s wine doesn't prevent binge drinking

Parents are risking their child's health by offering them wine with their meal according to a new report. According to experts it is a myth that giving under-14s alcohol prevents them from...
Sat, 16 Dec 2017 05:42:06
Zika babies in Brazil struggle to sit, see, hear or talk
Zika babies in Brazil struggle to sit, see, hear or talk

Zika babies in Brazil struggle to sit, see, hear or talk

The CDC has tracked the progress of 19 babies with Zika-related microcephaly since birth and reports that as they approach their second birthdays, most face significant developmental delay...
Sat, 16 Dec 2017 05:40:25
Why club drug ketamine could treat depression
Why club drug ketamine could treat depression

Why club drug ketamine could treat depression

A study from Columbia University in New York found that ketamine rapidly diminished suicidal thoughts. There is currently no rapid relief drug to quell suicidal thoughts and behavior....
Sat, 16 Dec 2017 05:24:48
The sugariest energy drinks revealed
The sugariest energy drinks revealed

The sugariest energy drinks revealed

Researchers from Queen Mary University of London found one drinks contains 20 teaspoons of sugar, which is more than three times the daily recommendation, making them 'inappropriate'....
Sat, 16 Dec 2017 04:43:13
Stop sleeping on your cell phone, California warns
Stop sleeping on your cell phone, California warns

Stop sleeping on your cell phone, California warns

New guidance from the California health department warns that keeping a cell phone constantly close to your body could expose you to cancer and infertility-causing radiation....
Sat, 16 Dec 2017 02:50:34
Why there's no place like home for the holidays
Why there's no place like home for the holidays

Why there's no place like home for the holidays

Frank T McAndrew is a professor of psychology at Knox College in Illinois. He explains why you can love a place like a person, and how those feelings are triggered by the holiday season....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 21:53:22
Dozens more Americans infected with puppy-cuddling disease
Dozens more Americans infected with puppy-cuddling disease

Dozens more Americans infected with puppy-cuddling disease

The CDC warns that 30 more people have been diagnosed with Campylobacter, an infection linked to puppies. This brings the total number of cases to 97 in 17 states....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 21:21:15
Photos reveal days-old Alabama SEXTUPLETS
Photos reveal days-old Alabama SEXTUPLETS

Photos reveal days-old Alabama SEXTUPLETS

Courtney and Eric Waldrop, 35, became parents of nine on Monday after delivering sextuplets at Huntsville Hospital in Alabama. Photos reveal the premature newborns....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 21:11:16
Italian family are unable to feel pain
Italian family are unable to feel pain

Italian family are unable to feel pain

Researchers from the University College London found the family's inability to feel pain lets certain relatives tolerate dangerously high temperatures and eat copious amounts of chillies....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 17:55:55
Gynaecologist accuses professor of groping her breasts
Gynaecologist accuses professor of groping her breasts

Gynaecologist accuses professor of groping her breasts

Canadian-born Dr Jen Gunter claims she suffered unwanted advances from British professor Dr Khalid Khan. She says she has been inspired to speak out by the #MeToo campaign....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 17:28:02
The lipstick mistakes that add 10 years to your face
The lipstick mistakes that add 10 years to your face

The lipstick mistakes that add 10 years to your face

London-born Diane Kendal, a make-up artist and product consultant for Marc Jacobs Beauty, said that you should avoid heavy lip liner, always apply lip balm and don't go too defined....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 17:27:56
Why your manicure could leave you at risk of hepatitis C
Why your manicure could leave you at risk of hepatitis C

Why your manicure could leave you at risk of hepatitis C

Rutgers School of Public Health researchers also suggested that many of the workers, who were primarily of Asian descent, avoided using personal protective equipment....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 15:53:37
Dementia gran 'gets spark back' by volunteering at nursery
Dementia gran 'gets spark back' by volunteering at nursery

Dementia gran 'gets spark back' by volunteering at nursery

Joyce Stackhouse, 85, from Somerset, struggles to remember what she has done that day. But she lights up during her weekly visits at Highdale Day Nursery where she's known as 'Nanny Joyce'...
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 15:11:43
Cambridge scientist's facial oil is overnight success
Cambridge scientist's facial oil is overnight success

Cambridge scientist's facial oil is overnight success

Billed as 'the most high tech oil on the market' due to its blend of 32 natural plant ingredients, Lumity Skin's Nutrient Face Oil shifted 10,000 bottles on its launch and is now completel...
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 15:06:40
Furious vaginal mesh campaigners blast the 'weak' decision
Furious vaginal mesh campaigners blast the 'weak' decision

Furious vaginal mesh campaigners blast the 'weak' decision

The Nice guidance, which was announced this morning, follows the death of Christina Brajcic, a Canadian campaigner who died from sepsis, reportedly triggered by her controversial implant....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 15:01:42
Florida woman pens letter to mother of son's organ donor
Florida woman pens letter to mother of son's organ donor

Florida woman pens letter to mother of son's organ donor

A woman from Florida wrote to the mother of her son's organ donor to express thanks and sorrow. Kate Harris' son had heart attacks when he was born and needed a new heart....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 14:16:26
AI brain chips will 'evolve' humanity into 'zombies'
AI brain chips will 'evolve' humanity into 'zombies'

AI brain chips will 'evolve' humanity into 'zombies'

Brain implants could mean machines merge with humans and start to take on human traits, Dr Mikhail Lebedev, an expert at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, claims....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 13:31:58
Indian doctors remove a 3kg tumour from 65-year-old
Indian doctors remove a 3kg tumour from 65-year-old

Indian doctors remove a 3kg tumour from 65-year-old

WARNING, GRAPHIC CONTENT: Hemendra Gupta Arya, 65, from Uttar Pradesh, found it difficult to breathe and suffered from chest pains before he was diagnosed with the hamartoma in his chest....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 13:08:46
Could cannabis be a cure for psychosis?
Could cannabis be a cure for psychosis?

Could cannabis be a cure for psychosis?

The Kings College London findings dispute the substantial body of evidence that links smoking cannabis to the mental health condition that drives some to suicide....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 12:28:01
Children exposed to air pollution are at risk of asthma
Children exposed to air pollution are at risk of asthma

Children exposed to air pollution are at risk of asthma

Researchers at The Johns Hopkins University found a mix of dust, sand and non-exhaust tailpipe emissions increases youngsters under 11's risk of the lung condition by 1.3 percent, a study ...
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 11:10:01
Robbery victim, 23, has bullet pulled out of his nostril
Robbery victim, 23, has bullet pulled out of his nostril

Robbery victim, 23, has bullet pulled out of his nostril

EXCLUSIVE: Tanveer Ahmed Ansari, 23, from Gorakhpur, India, somehow survived being shot in the face earlier this month. Doctors were concerned the operation would be risky....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 10:40:16
Test to find out where you fit on the 'selfitis' scale
Test to find out where you fit on the 'selfitis' scale

Test to find out where you fit on the 'selfitis' scale

Rsearchers from Nottingham Trent University and India's Thiagarajar School confirmed ‘selfitis’ does exist. There are three categories – borderline, acute and chronic....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 10:12:34
40% of cancer deaths could be prevented with lifestyle
40% of cancer deaths could be prevented with lifestyle

40% of cancer deaths could be prevented with lifestyle

Even 'small improvements' in lifestyles would help reduce the risk of dying prematurely from cancer, claimed researchers at the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, Brisbane....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 09:49:15
Las Vegas man cured of cancer after going vegan
Las Vegas man cured of cancer after going vegan

Las Vegas man cured of cancer after going vegan

Rob Mooberry, now 43, was 38 when he was diagnosed with stage 4 colorectal cancer in Las Vegas, where he is a bartender. He switched to a vegan diet after chemo, and the cancer shrunk....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 09:35:16
Keto diet burns ten times more fat than a standard diet
Keto diet burns ten times more fat than a standard diet

Keto diet burns ten times more fat than a standard diet

Researchers from Bethel University in Minnesota studied people who have or are at risk of type 2 diabetes. Those on a low carb diet saw significantly better results than those on a standar...
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 08:51:24
Seven-year-old makes 65 stockings for children in Perth
Seven-year-old makes 65 stockings for children in Perth

Seven-year-old makes 65 stockings for children in Perth

Unfortunately some children have to spend Christmas in hospital and to make the day a little bit brighter seven-year-old Aroha White, is making stockings for children on her cancer ward in...
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 08:35:53
Going to Mars could cause astronauts to lose bone
Going to Mars could cause astronauts to lose bone

Going to Mars could cause astronauts to lose bone

Researchers at the VCU School of Engineering researchers discovered that radiation alone does not have an effect on muscle loss - but, it does amplify the negative effects on the bones....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 05:44:07
Expert reveals six common sunscreen mistakes
Expert reveals six common sunscreen mistakes

Expert reveals six common sunscreen mistakes

Speaking to FEMAIL, dermatologist Dr Natasha Cook revealed the six common mistakes people are making when it comes to protecting their skin from the Australian sun....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 05:23:09
Bristol mother-of-three receives a Christmas miracle
Bristol mother-of-three receives a Christmas miracle

Bristol mother-of-three receives a Christmas miracle

Heidi Loughlin, 35, from Bristol, said the world is her oyster after defying the death sentence imposed on her by doctors. She was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive breast cancer in 201...
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 05:21:34
How your daily cup of tea could beat glaucoma
How your daily cup of tea could beat glaucoma

How your daily cup of tea could beat glaucoma

People who drink a cup of hot tea at least once a day are 74 per cent less likely to be diagnosed with glaucoma - a severe eye problem which affects 600,000 people in Britain....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 05:19:14
Cannabis could prevent mental decline in HIV sufferers
Cannabis could prevent mental decline in HIV sufferers

Cannabis could prevent mental decline in HIV sufferers

Researchers from Michigan State University found patients who use marijuana have fewer inflammatory white blood cells, which are involved in the immune system and can affect mental agility...
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 04:00:33
Marmite can curb symptoms of stress and anxiety
Marmite can curb symptoms of stress and anxiety

Marmite can curb symptoms of stress and anxiety

Marmite's supposed benefits stem from its abundance of vitamin B - deemed to be 'important' in alleviating mental pressure, according to scientists at the University of Victoria, Australia...
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 03:58:48
ADHD medication could cause birth defects
ADHD medication could cause birth defects

ADHD medication could cause birth defects

Children exposed to ADHD drugs like Ritalin in the first trimester are more likely to have heart deformities, according to a new study by the Brigham and Women's Hospital....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 03:57:45
Half of all adults in England are on prescription drugs
Half of all adults in England are on prescription drugs

Half of all adults in England are on prescription drugs

The NHS's Health Survey for England, which involved 8,011 adults, also uncovered alarming rates of inactivity, heavy drinking, dieting and poor mental health....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 03:56:14
Jo Cox Commission report called on UK to tackle loneliness
Jo Cox Commission report called on UK to tackle loneliness

Jo Cox Commission report called on UK to tackle loneliness

Nine million adults suffer from damaging loneliness that is as harmful to their health as smoking or obesity, a report said yesterday. It labelled loneliness a ‘social epidemic’....
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 02:43:49
One in five patients report discrimination in healthcare
One in five patients report discrimination in healthcare

One in five patients report discrimination in healthcare

Quality health care for older patients is crucial as the US population ages, but widespread discrimination found by a set of California universities could discourage people in need from se...
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 22:15:10
Bedfordshire woman ‘cured’ of acne by £12.95 cream
Bedfordshire woman ‘cured’ of acne by £12.95 cream

Bedfordshire woman ‘cured’ of acne by £12.95 cream

Stephanie Barrett, from, Bedfordshire, endured endless bouts of spots ever since she was a teenager - but nothing worked. She had tried a range of creams, ice cubes and potato skins....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 21:37:06
Gummy vitamins do not work and can do more harm than good
Gummy vitamins do not work and can do more harm than good

Gummy vitamins do not work and can do more harm than good

Tests conducted by ConsumerLab.com found that the preservatives and sugars in gummy vitamins take the nutrients out of them and prevent the body from absorbing the vitamins....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 21:18:37
Male virgins can still get sexually-transmitted HPV
Male virgins can still get sexually-transmitted HPV

Male virgins can still get sexually-transmitted HPV

Researchers from The University of Texas in Houston believe their finding 'reinforces the point that HPV vaccination should not be thought of only in the context of sexual behavior.'...
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 20:43:19
Singing 'Happy Birthday' at the sink will help wash hands
Singing 'Happy Birthday' at the sink will help wash hands

Singing 'Happy Birthday' at the sink will help wash hands

Michelle Sconce Massaquoi, a microbiologist at the University of Oregon, breaks down the classic mistakes we all make, and reveals tips to ensure a good hand-clean....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 20:29:23
Cancer-causing radon gas found in 1 in 8 homes
Cancer-causing radon gas found in 1 in 8 homes

Cancer-causing radon gas found in 1 in 8 homes

Radon is a radioactive, invisible and odorless gas that is the leading cause for lung cancer after cigarette smoke. A study from the University of Calgary in Canada found it in one in eigh...
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 20:20:23
New York City dentist reveals how to cure a burned mouth
New York City dentist reveals how to cure a burned mouth

New York City dentist reveals how to cure a burned mouth

Cut the wine and try yogurt says Dr Eunjung Jo, a dentist at Astor Smile in New York City, who explains there are some golden rules to avoid aggravating the burn and speed up your recovery...
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:46:37
AI brain chips will create a new breed of superhumans
AI brain chips will create a new breed of superhumans

AI brain chips will create a new breed of superhumans

Speaking at Web Summit in Lisbon, Bryan Johnson founder of Kernel a start-up developing brain microchips, said unlocking the mind is the 'greatest thing' humanity can achieve (stock imag...
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:37:29
California fires have exposed 1.6m people to lethal smoke
California fires have exposed 1.6m people to lethal smoke

California fires have exposed 1.6m people to lethal smoke

Five fires in California have scorched over 230,000 acres of land in the state, but the effects of smoke inhalation extend far beyond the blazes, endangering more than a million people....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:28:29
Canadian study reveals why a family meal is so important
Canadian study reveals why a family meal is so important

Canadian study reveals why a family meal is so important

Children who routinely eat their meals together with their family are more likely to experience long-term physical and mental health benefits, a new Canadian study shows....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:26:25
Make-A-Wish sends 7 teens to Star Wars premiere
Make-A-Wish sends 7 teens to Star Wars premiere

Make-A-Wish sends 7 teens to Star Wars premiere

Seven teens with life-threatening illnesses including leukemia and brain cancer had the chance to the meet the stars of The Last Jedi at the world premiere in Los Angeles....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:25:03
Wi-fi increases pregnant women's risk of a miscarriage
Wi-fi increases pregnant women's risk of a miscarriage

Wi-fi increases pregnant women's risk of a miscarriage

Researchers from the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Oakland, California, built on previous studies linking such radiation to genetic damage that can cause poor human health....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:21:22
Canadian study finds teenage bullies may have more sex
Canadian study finds teenage bullies may have more sex

Canadian study finds teenage bullies may have more sex

Researchers from the University of Windsor in Canada found dishonest, showy teenagers use bullying to pursue their crushes. Bullying may also be used to show their competition in a bad lig...
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:07:07
A quarter of teens now smoke marijuana
A quarter of teens now smoke marijuana

A quarter of teens now smoke marijuana

This year's report by the National Institute of Drug Abuse, released this morning, found that use of nearly all types of drugs had fallen among the 43,703 teens surveyed....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 17:55:54
E-cigarettes shouldn't be used, researcher claims
E-cigarettes shouldn't be used, researcher claims

E-cigarettes shouldn't be used, researcher claims

Dr Stuart Flint, a psychologist at Leeds Beckett University, believes it is premature to call the trendy gadgets a 'healthier alternative' to traditional cigarettes....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 17:19:28
Indian woman bullied for her white skin and ginger hair
Indian woman bullied for her white skin and ginger hair

Indian woman bullied for her white skin and ginger hair

Pooja Ganatra, 24, who was born in Mumbai, has flaming ginger hair, deep emerald eyes and white skin - like that of a stereotypical Gaelic woman....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 16:40:23
Free NHS app helps cut patient waiting times
Free NHS app helps cut patient waiting times

Free NHS app helps cut patient waiting times

NHSquicker has been launched by the Health and Care IMPACT Network, a collaboration between the NHS across Devon and Cornwall and academics from the University of Exeter....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 15:42:30
YouTube star Remi Ashten reveals how she lost 45lbs
YouTube star Remi Ashten reveals how she lost 45lbs

YouTube star Remi Ashten reveals how she lost 45lbs

YouTube star Remi Ashten has revealed how she lost 45lbs in just three months in a revealing video posted to her channel, pictured in April 2017 before her weight loss and November 2017....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 15:14:21
British man, 53, inserts 77cm-long sex toy up his anus 
British man, 53, inserts 77cm-long sex toy up his anus 

British man, 53, inserts 77cm-long sex toy up his anus 

The patient, whose name is unknown, used the bendy object for sexual gratification when he was drunk, was treated by medics from the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 15:07:22
The cold and flu remedies the health experts swear by
The cold and flu remedies the health experts swear by

The cold and flu remedies the health experts swear by

The handy guide, published originally on Healthista, comes as the dreaded 'Aussie flu' is expected to wreak havoc on the NHS after blighting Australia during the country's winter....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 15:07:09
Doctor’s failing leads to incredible IVF blunder
Doctor’s failing leads to incredible IVF blunder

Doctor’s failing leads to incredible IVF blunder

A 'grade A' incident took place at the unnamed IVF clinic in the UK after a doctor did not sign or input the results of the parents' screening tests into their medical records. They were c...
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 14:42:54
Scientists suggest that self-control is a limited resource
Scientists suggest that self-control is a limited resource

Scientists suggest that self-control is a limited resource

Researchers from Texas A&M University claim attempting to resist temptation early in the day means we're far more likely to lack self-control at night - an effect known as 'ego-depletion'....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 14:41:27
Alabama toddler recovers moments before plug is pulled
Alabama toddler recovers moments before plug is pulled

Alabama toddler recovers moments before plug is pulled

Lacey Jane Ayers, three, was in a car accident on Saturday while coming home from Christmas shopping in Russellville, Alabama with her mother, father and two-month old brother....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 14:08:52
Gene therapy trial could be a cure for haemophilia
Gene therapy trial could be a cure for haemophilia

Gene therapy trial could be a cure for haemophilia

Jake Omer, 29 from Billericay, Essex, who took part in the Bars Health NHS Trust trial, revealed the gene therapy changed his life and that he now has 'hope for the future'....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 14:06:27
Conjoined twins from Mumbai successfully separated
Conjoined twins from Mumbai successfully separated

Conjoined twins from Mumbai successfully separated

Born on September 19 last year, Love and Prince Zalte, from Mumbai, were attached from the chest and shared a liver, intestine, bladder and pelvis. The surgery took place on Tuesday....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 13:54:40
Hornchurch boy with rare brain tumour causes him to smile before having a seizure
Hornchurch boy with rare brain tumour causes him to smile before having a seizure

Hornchurch boy with rare brain tumour causes him to smile before having a seizure

Nathan Box, seven, from Hornchurch, was struck down by a mystery illness two years ago - but doctors assumed it was epilepsy. However, tests revealed she had a Hypothalamic Hamartoma....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 13:02:35
The workout the Star Wars cast used to get camera-ready
The workout the Star Wars cast used to get camera-ready

The workout the Star Wars cast used to get camera-ready

Chris Vincent and Jack Graves from the LA-based wellbeing management company Altus Health ensured the stars ate nutritious, organic food, as well as promoting intermittent fasting....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 12:11:31
Women more unhappy than men for almost their entire lives
Women more unhappy than men for almost their entire lives

Women more unhappy than men for almost their entire lives

An expert from the London-based Royal College of psychiatrists claims that women may be happier than men above the age of 85 because more people are widowed by then (stock)....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 11:49:12
Justine Bold believes couples aren't ready for IVF strain
Justine Bold believes couples aren't ready for IVF strain

Justine Bold believes couples aren't ready for IVF strain

Jessica Hepburn believes couples are often not prepared emotionally or financially when undergoing IVF. Justine Bold's relationship broke down partly because of her treatment....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 09:52:22
World's oldest man turns 113 in Spain
World's oldest man turns 113 in Spain

World's oldest man turns 113 in Spain

Francisco Nunez Olivera, who lives in the village of Bienvenida in Badajoz, south-west Spain, became the world's oldest man after the death of Polish-born Israeli Yisrael Kristal on August...
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 09:27:19
Baby born ONE WEEK before the abortion time-limit
Baby born ONE WEEK before the abortion time-limit

Baby born ONE WEEK before the abortion time-limit

One of the youngest premature babies to survive in Britain, Arthur, from Nottingham, is even more of a miracle as both of his parents suffer health problems and thought they would never co...
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 09:18:28
Liz Earle reveals what to eat as the temperatures drop 
Liz Earle reveals what to eat as the temperatures drop 

Liz Earle reveals what to eat as the temperatures drop 

Liz Earle, 54, from the West Country, reveals the foods to add to your diet over the winter months in order to care for your skin, boost your defences and improve your mood....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 07:43:09
Woman 'prescribed' orgasms by doctor to treat depression
Woman 'prescribed' orgasms by doctor to treat depression

Woman 'prescribed' orgasms by doctor to treat depression

Penny Sullivan, from Australia, was diagnosed with bipolar. Then her doctor prescribed 'as much sex as she could handle'. Semen contains mild anti-depressant compounds, says expert....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 04:07:17
Wine glasses have doubled in size since the 1990s
Wine glasses have doubled in size since the 1990s

Wine glasses have doubled in size since the 1990s

Wine glasses in Britain have doubled in size since the 1990s, and researchers at Cambridge University think it could be making people drink more....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 03:59:08
Healthiest parents struggle to save kids from fatty foods
Healthiest parents struggle to save kids from fatty foods

Healthiest parents struggle to save kids from fatty foods

Children experience a huge increase in dangerous central body fat if they spend at least two years in a school with unhealthy foods, according to a Concordia University researcher....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 03:43:04
Children who eat healthier food are happier, study finds
Children who eat healthier food are happier, study finds

Children who eat healthier food are happier, study finds

While many may try to avoid eating their greens, a study has found children who eat healthily also appear to get on better with friends and avoid being bullied....
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 01:58:00
Google provides better sexual health information than Siri
Google provides better sexual health information than Siri

Google provides better sexual health information than Siri

Researchers from the University of Otago asked Apple's Siri and Google Assistant to answer questions and perform tasks about sexual health (stock image)....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 23:36:12
Ex-NFL star Larry Johnson believes he has CTE
Ex-NFL star Larry Johnson believes he has CTE

Ex-NFL star Larry Johnson believes he has CTE

Former Kansas City Chief Larry Johnson, 38, told The Washington Post that he suffers from anxiety, paranoia and self-destructive impulses that he calls 'demons' due to CTE....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 22:54:53
John Ramsay reveals seven signs of dementia to look for
John Ramsay reveals seven signs of dementia to look for

John Ramsay reveals seven signs of dementia to look for

Dementia, which affects around 850,000 people in the UK and in excess of five million in the US, can cause a range of symptoms in the early stages....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 22:02:51
Gay people are more likely to have trouble sleeping
Gay people are more likely to have trouble sleeping

Gay people are more likely to have trouble sleeping

Researchers from the National Center for Health Statistics in Atlanta build on past research that found gay or bisexual people are more likely to suffer from insomnia due to severe psychol...
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 21:48:07
Pollution may tamper with brains making teens behave badly
Pollution may tamper with brains making teens behave badly

Pollution may tamper with brains making teens behave badly

Exposure to tiny particles of air pollution may damage the developing brains of teens in ways that make them more likely to act out growing up, a new study from the University of Souther...
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 21:36:00
Christmas decorations make you feel better and fight less
Christmas decorations make you feel better and fight less

Christmas decorations make you feel better and fight less

Many elements of holiday decor appeal to our senses in ways that mimic our evolutionary sense of safety, comfort and closeness, and a Chicago design psychologist explains how....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 21:15:45
Anti-smoking posters may make teens want to smoke more
Anti-smoking posters may make teens want to smoke more

Anti-smoking posters may make teens want to smoke more

Behavioral scientists at RAND Corporation who conducted the study said they believe it could be a defensive reaction from teens who don't want to be told what to do....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 21:14:55
Texas premature babies pictured as they remain in NICU
Texas premature babies pictured as they remain in NICU

Texas premature babies pictured as they remain in NICU

Premature babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston were visited by Santa Claus who brought holiday cheer for an adorable photo shoot....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 20:30:21
Mixing business with pleasure is bad for your health
Mixing business with pleasure is bad for your health

Mixing business with pleasure is bad for your health

A study from the University of Zurich in Switzerland showed those who bring work home with them are more likely to suffer from exhaustion and have a lower sense of well-being....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 20:04:44
Medical marijuana has no public health risks, WHO declares
Medical marijuana has no public health risks, WHO declares

Medical marijuana has no public health risks, WHO declares

Had the WHO chosen to schedule the drug, it could have hamstrung physicians from prescribing medical marijuana globally....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 20:03:35
Gynaecologist slams controversial vaginal cleaning fads
Gynaecologist slams controversial vaginal cleaning fads

Gynaecologist slams controversial vaginal cleaning fads

Dr Deborah Bateson, from the University of Sydney's obstetrics, gynaecology and neonatology department, made the claim in a piece for The Conversation....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 19:25:38
Bristol Uni says smokers less attractive to opposite sex
Bristol Uni says smokers less attractive to opposite sex

Bristol Uni says smokers less attractive to opposite sex

A group of 500 people were asked to pick the more attractive twin out of a smoker and a non-smoker by academics from Bristol University. Both sexes picked the non-smoker as more attractive...
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 18:29:55
This Morning medic shares her day as over-stretched NHS GP
This Morning medic shares her day as over-stretched NHS GP

This Morning medic shares her day as over-stretched NHS GP

London GP Dr Zoe Williams explained some of the complex cases she had to deal with in the brief slot. it comes after research showed Britain's GP consultations are among shortest in Europe...
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 17:55:31
Oregon bodybuilder reveals struggle with extreme bloating
Oregon bodybuilder reveals struggle with extreme bloating

Oregon bodybuilder reveals struggle with extreme bloating

Michelle Middleton, a bodybuilder from Portland, Oregon has revealed her struggle with extreme bloating on Instagram, revealing the trigger foods that can cause her abs to disappear in min...
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 17:22:56
Having a good night's sleep helps people lose weight
Having a good night's sleep helps people lose weight

Having a good night's sleep helps people lose weight

A survey of 1,000 British adults revealed three quarters of dieters who had regular sleep patterns found it easier to shed pounds from their waistline....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 16:01:30
Massachusetts is named the healthiest state in America
Massachusetts is named the healthiest state in America

Massachusetts is named the healthiest state in America

The annual rankings from United Health Foundation assess 35 different factors, from smoking and obesity rates to pollution, concentration of doctors, and causes of death....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 15:46:09
Elderly Filipino woman has tumour twice the size of head
Elderly Filipino woman has tumour twice the size of head

Elderly Filipino woman has tumour twice the size of head

Teresita Briones, 79, from Iligan City, Philippines, began to suffer complications after she had a small blemish on her cheek removed. She begs on the street and locals have try to help h...
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 15:36:51
Mum of baby born with heart outside body on This Morning
Mum of baby born with heart outside body on This Morning

Mum of baby born with heart outside body on This Morning

Speaking on This Morning from Glenfield Hospital, Leicester, Naomi Findlay told how she was desperate to cradle daughter Vanellope Hope for the first time....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 15:13:11
FDA warns snorting cacao powder could cause asthma
FDA warns snorting cacao powder could cause asthma

FDA warns snorting cacao powder could cause asthma

The FDA has sent a warning letter to the makers of Coco Loko, a snort-able chocolate powder that the administration says encourages drug abuse and poses health risks....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 14:57:59
Baby born with her heart growing outside of her chest
Baby born with her heart growing outside of her chest

Baby born with her heart growing outside of her chest

Vanellope Hope Wilkins was due to be delivered on Christmas Eve before a rare condition meant she had to be born prematurely by c-section in November at Leicester's Glenfield Hospital....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 14:09:55
Meet the Canadian toddler who can only eat peaches
Meet the Canadian toddler who can only eat peaches

Meet the Canadian toddler who can only eat peaches

Micah Gabriel Masson Lopez, from Quebec, suffers from an agonising condition, called food-protein induced enterocolitis syndrome, which means he is allergic to almost every other food....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 13:46:39
Bristol dad shaves his head for daughter with alopecia
Bristol dad shaves his head for daughter with alopecia

Bristol dad shaves his head for daughter with alopecia

Chelsea Sylvaria, 33, of Bristol, Rhode Island, explained on Facebook that her daughter Riley told her she doesn't love herself, and the moment inspired her husband Dave to shave his head....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 13:15:35
'Heat-not-burn' tobacco is still a health risk
'Heat-not-burn' tobacco is still a health risk

'Heat-not-burn' tobacco is still a health risk

The London-based Committee of Toxicology reports that despite smokeless tobacco exposing users to up to 90 percent fewer chemicals than cigarettes, their safety information is unclear....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 10:05:32
You're more likely to die if treated by older doctor
You're more likely to die if treated by older doctor

You're more likely to die if treated by older doctor

Patients who were treated by physicians over 60 had a higher mortality rate, found a study of 730,000 people by Harvard Medical School. This is compared to those cared for by medics under ...
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 09:03:41
YouTubers try horrific Victoria's Secret model diet 
YouTubers try horrific Victoria's Secret model diet 

YouTubers try horrific Victoria's Secret model diet 

Youtubers, Michelle Khare and Candace Lowry, tried the 2017 Victoria's Secret model diet for a week and documented it in a hilarious new video. Salt and dairy weren't allowed....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 08:27:12
Dementia victims stranded in hospital this Christmas
Dementia victims stranded in hospital this Christmas

Dementia victims stranded in hospital this Christmas

Karen Moore, 40, from Hebden Bridge, lost her father, Edward Knowles, who suffered from dementia, after he was stranded in hospital for six months....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 08:16:22
Queensland woman loses 50kgs without a diet
Queensland woman loses 50kgs without a diet

Queensland woman loses 50kgs without a diet

Queensland woman Chenai Boucher, 20, tipped the scales at 120kgs before a combination of powerlifting and CrossFit exercise led to a 50kg weight-loss....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 05:36:52
Paralympian Jessica Smith tandem feeding her two children
Paralympian Jessica Smith tandem feeding her two children

Paralympian Jessica Smith tandem feeding her two children

Australian Paralympian Jessica Smith has spoken candidly about the struggles of breastfeeding her two young children at the same time....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:48:19
The top wellness trends for 2018, revealed by Pinterest
The top wellness trends for 2018, revealed by Pinterest

The top wellness trends for 2018, revealed by Pinterest

In anticipation of the New Year, Pinterest have put together a list of the top wellness trends for 2018 - and there's plenty to enjoy....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:42:50
Do you hate cilantro? The answer may be in your DNA
Do you hate cilantro? The answer may be in your DNA

Do you hate cilantro? The answer may be in your DNA

The new video from ACS Reactions explores the so-called ‘cilantroversy’ that causes people to be so divided on the common herb. Scientists say it may be because of a genetic variation....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:40:13
Why it's so bad to drink 12 Diet Cokes a day like Trump 
Why it's so bad to drink 12 Diet Cokes a day like Trump 

Why it's so bad to drink 12 Diet Cokes a day like Trump 

Diet soda - in reasonable amounts - has been linked to elevated risks for dementia, heart disease, diabetes, disrupted gut flora and more, so drinking 12 cans of Diet Coke a day could real...
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:17:58
Living by a gym makes you more likely to be slim
Living by a gym makes you more likely to be slim

Living by a gym makes you more likely to be slim

Those that live near to a gym and further away from a takeaway are more likely to be slim according to a study. The study which tracked 400,000 people found convenience is key to keeping i...
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 01:42:20
Cases of meningitis W have rocketed by 922% in eight years
Cases of meningitis W have rocketed by 922% in eight years

Cases of meningitis W have rocketed by 922% in eight years

Shirali Patel, who achieved A* grades at Harrow, was forced to restart her medicine degree at Cambridge University after spending three months in hospital with meningitis W....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 01:18:00
Booze Traveler host Jack Maxwell has blood cancer
Booze Traveler host Jack Maxwell has blood cancer

Booze Traveler host Jack Maxwell has blood cancer

Maxwell revealed that his only symptom was exhaustion, which he assumed was from traveling. But a biopsy in April 2016 confirmed his diagnosis. He only missed two days of filming....
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 00:00:40
Alabama mother-of-three welcomes sextuplets
Alabama mother-of-three welcomes sextuplets

Alabama mother-of-three welcomes sextuplets

Courtney and Eric Waldrop, 35, welcomed three boys and three girls yesterday to join their twins, five, and oldest son, eight. The family from Alabama is now a family of 11....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 23:06:54
How to make it easier to leave your bed in the mornings
How to make it easier to leave your bed in the mornings

How to make it easier to leave your bed in the mornings

Dr Siobhan Banks and Crystal Grant, a PhD student, who are both based at the University of South Australia, claim that getting a good sleep can be 'tough'....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 22:31:06
Doctors would prescribe marijuana to children with cancer
Doctors would prescribe marijuana to children with cancer

Doctors would prescribe marijuana to children with cancer

A study from Northwestern University revealed that 92 percent of physicians would prescribe marijuana to children with cancer, but those who were certified to do so were reluctant....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 21:58:45
Birth control can lower cancer risk as well
Birth control can lower cancer risk as well

Birth control can lower cancer risk as well

A recent study found that birth control was linked to an increased risk of breast cancer. But a doctor from Brigham & Women's Hospital explains why the benefits can outweigh the risks....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 21:58:09
Lies about Santa are good for your child's mental health
Lies about Santa are good for your child's mental health

Lies about Santa are good for your child's mental health

As a developmental scientist, Kristen Dunfield of Concordia University spends most of her time researching children's trust, how trust develops and what happens when it's broken....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 21:19:53
Doctor claims Donald Trump has symptoms of predementia
Doctor claims Donald Trump has symptoms of predementia

Doctor claims Donald Trump has symptoms of predementia

Dr Ford Vox, a brain specialist at Atlanta's Shepherd Center, has broken down moments in Donald Trump's presidency which he believes to show symptoms of predementia....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 19:37:37
'Luke Skywalker' AI hand lets amputee play the piano
'Luke Skywalker' AI hand lets amputee play the piano

'Luke Skywalker' AI hand lets amputee play the piano

Jason Barnes, who lost part of his arm in a work accident five years ago, has been fitted with a prosthetic designed by Georgia Tech researchers to give him individual control of each fing...
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 19:15:23
PCOC finds most people are not in pain when they die
PCOC finds most people are not in pain when they die

PCOC finds most people are not in pain when they die

Researchers from the University of Wollongong in Australia found that improvements in palliative care have made death more comfortable. But not everyone who needs the care, receives it....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 18:01:03
Why is the NHS agreeing high prices for life-saving drugs?
Why is the NHS agreeing high prices for life-saving drugs?

Why is the NHS agreeing high prices for life-saving drugs?

Sherri Coleman recently spent a week paralysed, imprisoned in her upstairs bedroom, because her doctors say they can’t give her the drug she needs....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 17:08:20
The quick work out to fit in between Christmas splurges
The quick work out to fit in between Christmas splurges

The quick work out to fit in between Christmas splurges

Max Lowery – a 27-year-old former competitive sprinter from London – gives his tips. He has shared a video of exercises that you can fit in over the festive period to stay in shape....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 16:13:57
Gay man, 40, develops arthritis after catching a STI
Gay man, 40, develops arthritis after catching a STI

Gay man, 40, develops arthritis after catching a STI

Doctors at Leeds General Infirmary, who treated the unidentified patient and reported the strange case in a medical journal, said the shigella flexneri bacteria caused his reactive arthrit...
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 15:48:57
Skin cancer survivor compared to Angelina Jolie
Skin cancer survivor compared to Angelina Jolie

Skin cancer survivor compared to Angelina Jolie

Tawny Willoughby's viral 2015 selfie posted from Kentucky showed her face covered in blisters to show the damage of sunbeds. UNC doctors compared the nurse's impact to that of celebrities....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 15:46:28
Pokémon GO could help people who struggle socially
Pokémon GO could help people who struggle socially

Pokémon GO could help people who struggle socially

Researchers from the University of British Columbia found augmented reality encourages gamers to interact with others, boosting the game's success chances....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 15:01:21
Anorexic says Instagram recovery accounts saved her
Anorexic says Instagram recovery accounts saved her

Anorexic says Instagram recovery accounts saved her

GRAPHIC CONTENT: Emelle Lewis, 22, from Huddersfield, started losing weight at 15 after thinking she was too 'fat' to get a boyfriend. Her spiral into anorexia saw her hospitalised seven t...
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 14:01:44
Emojis accurately track cancer patients’ quality of life
Emojis accurately track cancer patients’ quality of life

Emojis accurately track cancer patients’ quality of life

Researchers from the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota found emoticons are just as reliable as lengthy questionnaires in assessing cancer sufferers' moods but in a 'universal' language....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 13:33:05
You can not smoke or be fat and still have a heart attack
You can not smoke or be fat and still have a heart attack

You can not smoke or be fat and still have a heart attack

Half of non-smoking, middle-aged people with a healthy weight have clogged arteries, found researchers from the Spanish National Center for Cardiovascular Research....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 13:14:25
Bullied Birmingham teenager lost over 2 stone in 18 months
Bullied Birmingham teenager lost over 2 stone in 18 months

Bullied Birmingham teenager lost over 2 stone in 18 months

Olivia Pearsall, 18, from Birmingham, said she had always been overweight growing up and was constantly targeted by classmates who teased her about her figure....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 12:59:28
How snoring or a tickly cough can make you a bad driver
How snoring or a tickly cough can make you a bad driver

How snoring or a tickly cough can make you a bad driver

Martyn Lloyd-Kelly prided himself on his clean driving record, with not even a minor scrape during the 11 years that he’d held his licence. So he was devastated when his licence was revoke...
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 12:45:46
The secret behind Jesinta Franklin's glowing skin
The secret behind Jesinta Franklin's glowing skin

The secret behind Jesinta Franklin's glowing skin

Jesinta Franklin (nee Campbell), 26, is known for her love of beauty and skincare. The Sydney-sider has recently spilled the secret on what gives her the enviably glowing skin she is known...
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 12:36:26
What to eat, do and avoid at any age to boost your mood 
What to eat, do and avoid at any age to boost your mood 

What to eat, do and avoid at any age to boost your mood 

Researchers from Binghamton University in New York found young adults' mental health is boosted when they exercise and eat meat regularly. Mature adults should have vegetables....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 12:25:53
How long sex lasts around the world
How long sex lasts around the world

How long sex lasts around the world

A global survey has found that men and women want sex to last for just over 25 minutes. But the reality is rather different. Houston sex therapist Mary Jo Rapini explains why sex drive can...
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 12:24:15
Pakistani girl has hernia bigger than a cricket ball
Pakistani girl has hernia bigger than a cricket ball

Pakistani girl has hernia bigger than a cricket ball

Fiza Channa, from Karachi, Pakistan, has an umbilical hernia, which weighs more than 1kg (2.2lbs). She cannot walk or run like children her age or fit in clothes properly....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 11:53:44
Why you must wear sturdy shoes when gardening
Why you must wear sturdy shoes when gardening

Why you must wear sturdy shoes when gardening

This eye-watering image shows what happened when a gardener accidentally impaled his foot on a rake....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 11:05:32
Boy's letter to Santa asking him to help cancer-struck pal
Boy's letter to Santa asking him to help cancer-struck pal

Boy's letter to Santa asking him to help cancer-struck pal

Luke Bedford says all he wants for Christmas is for Orla Hermitage to live. The youngster Orla has been battling inoperable cancer since she was 10 months old and this maybe her last Chris...
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 10:25:50
Can vitamin supplements cause heartburn?
Can vitamin supplements cause heartburn?

Can vitamin supplements cause heartburn?

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Tue, 12 Dec 2017 10:17:55
Girl called 'fat kid' despite having septo-optic dysplasia
Girl called 'fat kid' despite having septo-optic dysplasia

Girl called 'fat kid' despite having septo-optic dysplasia

Emily Heap's parents, Emma and Roger, both 50, from Northampton, receive judgmental looks from strangers when they eat in public with their severely overweight daughter, despite her illnes...
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 10:16:56
Is Mick Jagger proof that some do have dominant genes?
Is Mick Jagger proof that some do have dominant genes?

Is Mick Jagger proof that some do have dominant genes?

Mick Jagger (pictured, aged 29) had the same mischievous twinkle, toothy grin and cheeky dimples as his daughter Jade, now 46, and it is clear that she doesn't take after mother Bianca....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 09:15:33
New York girl denied coverage for seizure surgery
New York girl denied coverage for seizure surgery

New York girl denied coverage for seizure surgery

Cara Pressman,15, of New York, was denied insurance coverage for a simple procedure to stop the teen's frequent seizures, even though it is safe, minimally invasive and cheap....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 08:39:52
We must discuss donating organs, urges Jeremy Hunt
We must discuss donating organs, urges Jeremy Hunt

We must discuss donating organs, urges Jeremy Hunt

The Health Secretary urged the public to overcome a ‘fatal reluctance’ to discuss the issue and back the idea of having to opt out if they do not want to donate organs....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 08:32:11
Why Peppa Pig's GP is a bad example for real patients
Why Peppa Pig's GP is a bad example for real patients

Why Peppa Pig's GP is a bad example for real patients

Dr Catherine Bell said the series is encouraging patients to use surgeries inappropriately because character, Dr Brown Bear, pictured, is often seen prescribing medicines for minor ailment...
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 08:07:12
Dermatologist reveals how a Christmas binge affects skin
Dermatologist reveals how a Christmas binge affects skin

Dermatologist reveals how a Christmas binge affects skin

Alcohol is a diuretic, forcing water out of body and making it harder to rehydrate. It can cause skin to look sallow and make fine lines and pores more pronounced....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 05:39:52
Fasting diets may boost brain power
Fasting diets may boost brain power

Fasting diets may boost brain power

Researchers from the National Institute on Aging found that mice on intermittent fasting regimens grew more new brain cells, improving learning, memory and cognition....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 02:47:22
Experts who think blood transfusions could be harmful
Experts who think blood transfusions could be harmful

Experts who think blood transfusions could be harmful

Like antibiotics, X-rays and vaccines, blood transfusions are widely considered to be among the greatest breakthroughs in medicine....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 02:19:48
Man flu does exist and the caveman are to blame!
Man flu does exist and the caveman are to blame!

Man flu does exist and the caveman are to blame!

The evidence is presented in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), in a report by Dr Kyle Sue, a clinical assistant professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland in Canada....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 01:58:30
Spot problems early by turning your heartbeat into music
Spot problems early by turning your heartbeat into music

Spot problems early by turning your heartbeat into music

A traditional symphony may be performed by brass, woodwinds, percussion and strings, but one scientist believes she’s found another unlikely instrument: heartbeats....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 01:22:12
Being more stubborn and keeping busy is key to living long
Being more stubborn and keeping busy is key to living long

Being more stubborn and keeping busy is key to living long

Researchers at University of California and University of Rome studied people aged between 91 and 101 and found their mental health was better than their younger family members....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 00:56:34
Men are more likely to be gay if they have older brothers
Men are more likely to be gay if they have older brothers

Men are more likely to be gay if they have older brothers

Research, led by Toronto University, found having a male child triggers an immune reaction in the mother that can alter the brain of the growing baby....
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 00:19:34
New laser operation can clear painful kidney stones faster
New laser operation can clear painful kidney stones faster

New laser operation can clear painful kidney stones faster

'Every couple of years since 2002 I would have constant bowel pain. It was a dull ache, with waves of sharp spasms, says David Calver, who benefited from new kidney stone treatment....
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 23:54:21
Four facial changes that could signal a medical condition
Four facial changes that could signal a medical condition

Four facial changes that could signal a medical condition

Dark under-eye circles, acne with excess facial hair, thinning eyebrows and blotchy cheeks could be indicative of a health problem, Dr Susan Taylor explains on the Megyn Kelly TODAY show....
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 20:37:52
 
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