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Heavier women were more likely to have a larger tumour, found a study by The Karolinksa Institute in Sweden. This may be because the tumour was harder to find in larger breasts.
Posted: 21-11-2017
As crop prices fall across the US, farmers are increasingly anxious, depressed, and at risk of suicide, as shown by a recent Minnesota survey. Some states have introduced helplines.
Posted: 21-11-2017
Jeremy Hunt has finally hit back following his Twitter confrontation with Ralf Little after the actor accused the health secretary of lying about his efforts to challenge mental health
Posted: 21-11-2017
Wooden clogs chipped the foot-bones of people that were loyal to the shoes, according to a new study from Western University. Modern clogs are not much better for you, one podiatrist says.
Posted: 21-11-2017
A study by the University of Edinburgh has paved the way for new drugs that could stop one of the most common forms of dementia 'in its tracks'. It is the form late comedian Robin Williams suffered.
Posted: 21-11-2017
We speak with nutrition experts to break down why the minimum amount is important, and what lower-income families in so-called 'food deserts' can do to maximize their intake of fruit and veg.
Posted: 21-11-2017
Millions of operations are performed on the NHS every year, but most of us give little thought to the complex medicine that allows us to be ‘put to sleep’.
Posted: 20-11-2017
Todd Golde is a neuroscientist and director of the brain institute at the Florida Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. He explains that funding and laws are blocking our bid to cure Alzheimer's.
Posted: 20-11-2017
Shortness of breath or breathing difficulty is the most common reason for visiting A&E, according to NHS Choices.
Posted: 20-11-2017
Recent studies suggest crack cocaine use is on the rise due to youth unemployment and cuts to social services. Increases in purity levels and fall in prices have also contributed to the surge.
Posted: 20-11-2017
Wearing an asymmetric dress to a recent red-carpet event, Hollywood star Amy Adams revealed a toned shoulder.
Posted: 20-11-2017
I have had insomnia for years, which I put down to the menopause. Now I’ve come across research that suggests interrupted sleep in middle-age increases the risk of Alzheimer’s. What should I do? I am 62.
Posted: 20-11-2017
Vegetables and whole grains have long been seen as the key to good health. But could some of these actually be doing us harm?
Posted: 20-11-2017
Shaming kids does not lead to weight loss. And yet, scores of parents and physicians seem to struggle with that concept, pediatricians and the Obesity Society warn in a new policy statement.
Posted: 20-11-2017
Theo Ramos, 16, of South Florida, started cutting himself in fifth grade. He says when his body started to revolt, he had no idea there was a growing movement empowering transgender people.
Posted: 20-11-2017
Sharekia Winston, 31, from Richmond, Virginia, first developed white, pigment-free patches around her eyebrows two months after her eldest daughter's birth in July 2006, but dismissed it as a rash.
Posted: 20-11-2017
While many studies have suggested this could be the case, this research by Boston Children's Hospital offers the clearest evidence that breast milk can prevent allergies.
Posted: 20-11-2017
Just over 12% of the men surveyed had sex more often after having the snip, Frankfurt University researchers found. Meanwhile, just 4.5% reported having it less often.
Posted: 20-11-2017
Researchers from Tommy's Stillbirth Research Centre at St Mary's Hospital in Manchester estimate there would be a 3.7 per cent decrease in stillbirths if women slept on their sides.
Posted: 20-11-2017
Researchers from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and UCL believe young people, particularly girls, may feel pressured into having anal sex, which can be painful or not involve condoms.
Posted: 20-11-2017