Gambling addicts are inclined towards unnecessarily risky decisions, showing a defect in risk assessment, according to researchers at Kyoto University, Japan.Read More »
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Spine surgeons are noticing an increase in patients with neck and upper back pain, likely related to poor posture during prolonged smartphone use, according to a recent report.
STROKE - caused when blood supply to any part of the brain is cut off and brain tissue is damaged - accounts for 10 per cent of all adult deaths in the UK, with 53,000 fatalities each year.
In August 2015, the Food and Drug Administration released a statement slamming Kim for promoting Diclegis to her millions of Instagram followers, without explaining the risks.Read More »
Chahat Kumar, eight months, from Punjab, India, weighs a similar amount to that of a four-year-old. She now struggles to breathe and even sleep as a result of her excessive weight.Read More »
South African firm Aspen Pharmacare has been accused of 'plotting to destroy supplies of life-saving cancer drugs' to drive up the price of medicines across Europe.Read More »
Trying to stop her crying, she held the 25-day-old infant in her arms while sat up in bed to feed her, an inquest heard. But she drifted off for three hours at her home in Daventry.Read More »
Many of Britain's 18 million hayfever sufferers are allergic to pollen from birch trees. This normally reaches peak levels in May, but warm weather has brought the season forward by 10 days.Read More »
Many of the most popular Easter eggs contain about 1,000 calories - half a woman's daily recommended calorie intake. FEMAIL has also revealed the most calorific hot cross buns around.Read More »
The Government rejected plans to extend the ban to outdoor dining and drinking areas, condemning 'labour's municipal killjoys' for making the proposal.Read More »