In one in five cases, doctors find no explanation for patients' symptoms. In the British Journal of General Practic, experts referred to this as bodily distress syndrome, a new condition.Read More »
It may be embarrassing, but bad breath is an issue that affects one in four people. Dr Mervyn Druian of the London Centre for Cosmetic Dentistry reveals it is not always down to dental hygiene.Read More »
Ten years after an infection from a birthday meal, Nancy Fahmy from Middlesex is still affected. The food poisoning had stopped her intestines working, and they could no longer push food along.Read More »
A STEROID injection only relieves back pain for a maximum of three months, warns new research.
The debate resurfaced on Sunday night as San Francisco 49ers legend Dwight Clark became the latest NFL star to reveal he has ALS.Read More »
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As tuberculosis deaths fall in Europe, new co-infections with TB and HIV together increase.
William Smedley, 11, from Derby, was born with autism, epilepsy and severe learning difficulties which left him suffering over 60 seizures a day - but has been inspired into recovery by Olly Murs.Read More »
TAKING antioxidant supplement pills like vitamin E and selenium does not prevent dementia, according to a new study.
The number of babies born with HIV has fallen significantly since 2002. Compared to 216 babies born with the virus in 2002, just 69 babies were born in 2013, a drop of about two-thirds.Read More »
HIGH cholesterol puts people at risk of developing heart disease - increasing risk of heart attack. The condition can also increase the likelihood of diabetes - but what causes it?