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Loneliness should be regarded as a “legitimate health risk" in people who have a serious illness, according to a new study.
Puppies are good for the soul — and for the heart, it turns out.
They're just as common as sudden heart attacks, one study suggests. But people aren't seeking urgent help.
If your nose looks like Rudolph’s after being out in the winter air ― or your cheeks, for that matter ― it’s likely because
The odds of dying from sudden cardiac arrest due to sex are extremely low, even for people with heart disease, new research
In 2017 there were more than 269,000 hospital admissions related to anaemia, according to data from NHS Digital. To put that
Researchers have found a potentially “groundbreaking” way to trigger damaged heart cells into healing themselves, instead
A team of scientists and medical experts at Michigan State University have discovered a symptom that if found could be a
It appears there is more to my menopausal neck than long chunky chains. It seems that my health hangs on it as well.
The Australian TV identity and presenter will need to undergo multiple bypass surgery.
New research has found that a good night's sleep isn't just stopping you from dropping off at your desk, but is also protecting
New research has shown men who have diabetes are very likely to develop erectile dysfunction. A review of 145 studies, involving
Opting for a diet fizzy drink may seem like the healthier option, but artificial sweeteners used in the beverages may actually
Need a good reason to leave the office on time this evening? Tell your boss that new research has shown long hours increases
“You can put it on your body, but don’t put it in your body.”
Nuts are great. There, we said it. Not only are they a far better alternative to biscuits when you get your mid-morning hunger
Nuts are great. There, we said it. Not only are they a far better alternative to biscuits when you get your mid-morning hunger
Nerthuz via Getty Images Humans are built to stand up – and our heart and cardiovascular system work more effectively this
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