Researchers from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne found the hormone testosterone suppresses the production of a type of immune cell that triggers the condition.Read More »
Experts at Liverpool john Moore's University say exercising for weight loss is overstated - meaning it isn't worth the effort.Read More »
A recent report showed the NHS is paying out millions of pounds a year for missed fractures across the UK, but insiders say the problem can be avoided with better training.Read More »
Kate Quilton headed to one of the largest producers of vitamins for Channel 4's Food Unwrapped to see what really goes into the pills, and was shocked by what she found.Read More »
BRITONS believe sleep, exercise and time with friends and family are vital for strong mental health - but younger generations are likely to look to alcohol when times get tough, research shows.
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE - also known as hypertension - could be lowered by adding a supplement made from pine bark to your diet.
Intense physiological stress can change the composition of our gut microbiota, a US study has found. Imbalances in the gut are linked to diabetes, obesity and some cancers.Read More »
MIGRAINES aren’t just bad headaches, they can cause people to feel sick, experience sensitivity to light and some even have tingling in the arms.
New research from London suggests 6 million people have been given the wrong dosage for statins, meaning thousands of UK patients will be at risk of a heart attack.Read More »
Heather Scott, from Hampshire, was one of 1.5 million women who suffered from pelvic congestion syndrome. Here, she reveals how surgery helped her recover.Read More »