How statins could help 2.5m patients with kidney disease

HOW STATINS COULD HELP 2.5M PATIENTS WITH KIDNEY DISEASE

Statins should be offered to an extra two and a half million patients with chronic kidney disease, according to the health watchdog.

Giving smokers a CT scan will help them to quit

GIVING SMOKERS A CT SCAN WILL HELP THEM TO QUIT

A new British trial found this method, which can find lung cancer at an early stage, was twice as effective at helping smokers to completely...

 
 
 
Elderly in 'free care' being hit by hidden fees

ELDERLY IN 'FREE CARE' BEING HIT BY HIDDEN FEES

Age UK research found 48,400 older people in care homes are paying charges as high as £160. The investigation found town halls are...

Could a green sponge hold cancer-fighting secrets?

COULD A GREEN SPONGE HOLD CANCER-FIGHTING SECRETS?

A small green sponge discovered in dark, icy waters of the Pacific off Alaska could be the first effective weapon against pancreatic...

 
 
 
Playing Video Games For Five-Minutes May Reduce Workplace Stress

PLAYING VIDEO GAMES FOR FIVE-MINUTES MAY REDUCE WORKPLACE STRESS

Are you stressed at workplace? Playing video games for just five minutes during break can get you more focused at work and improve...

The 6 exercises you MUST being doing if you want to be an injury free runner

THE 6 EXERCISES YOU MUST BEING DOING IF YOU WANT TO BE AN INJURY FREE RUNNER

Strength Training for endurance athlete's is a must. Here at RevoPT we have a HUGE focus on Strength Training for endurance athletes. We...

 
 
 
Taking Your Baby to the Chiropractor for Colic: What to Expect

TAKING YOUR BABY TO THE CHIROPRACTOR FOR COLIC: WHAT TO EXPECT

Parents are increasingly taking their babies and children to the chiropractor. They're going in for a wide array of ailments, from...

Alabama 2-year-old is saved with her grandmother's kidney

ALABAMA 2-YEAR-OLD IS SAVED WITH HER GRANDMOTHER'S KIDNEY

Carol Graydon , from Alabama, was able to save her two-year-old granddaughter Wryn when she found out she would be able to donate a...

 
 
 
Sperm Count Falling Sharply In Developed World, Researchers Say

SPERM COUNT FALLING SHARPLY IN DEVELOPED WORLD, RESEARCHERS SAY

New findings point to a potential decline in male health and fertility.

HIV experimental injection could offer hope for patients

HIV EXPERIMENTAL INJECTION COULD OFFER HOPE FOR PATIENTS

Scientists at the US Military HIV Research Program tested the effects of 'broadly neutralising antibodies' on a small study of 18 people...

 
 
 
Lutein in Greens may Help Prevent Cognitive Decline

LUTEIN IN GREENS MAY HELP PREVENT COGNITIVE DECLINE

Lutein is a nutrient found in fruits and vegetables that can boost brain health and cognition in middle-aged adults, finds a new study.

Finding New Ways for Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer

FINDING NEW WAYS FOR EARLY DETECTION OF COLORECTAL CANCER

Colorectal cancer starts in the innermost layer and can grow outward through some or all of the other layers.

 
 
 
Will Glyphosate Affect Your Digestive System?

WILL GLYPHOSATE AFFECT YOUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM?

How is Glyphosate toxic to humans? Microorganisms that are progenic happen to be of high necessity for the good health of mammals....

You can be too fat for weight loss surgery

YOU CAN BE TOO FAT FOR WEIGHT LOSS SURGERY

Research by the University of Michigan has suggested surgery might be more effective in patients who have the procedure while their...

 
 
 
You'll age quicker if your parents had bipolar disorder

YOU'LL AGE QUICKER IF YOUR PARENTS HAD BIPOLAR DISORDER

King's College London researchers led the study, with help from a team at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

Mystery Behind The Risk Of Liver Disease in Men With Hepatitis B

MYSTERY BEHIND THE RISK OF LIVER DISEASE IN MEN WITH HEPATITIS B

Male patients with hepatitis B are more prone to suffer from severe liver disease than women but the reason remains unknown.

 
 
 
Some Military Personnel May Benefit from Online CBT for Insomnia

SOME MILITARY PERSONNEL MAY BENEFIT FROM ONLINE CBT FOR INSOMNIA

Insomnia affects a wide group of people including US soldiers, with nearly 10 percent of our soldiers are on insomnia medication. Recently...

Distributor recalled papaya for Salmonella; didn't tell public

DISTRIBUTOR RECALLED PAPAYA FOR SALMONELLA; DIDN'T TELL PUBLIC

Grande Produce LLC, the importer of Caribeña brand Maradol papayas linked to a deadly and ongoing Salmonella outbreak, has “initiated...

 
 
 
Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Papayas

SALMONELLA OUTBREAK LINKED TO PAPAYAS

Dozens sickened in at least 12 states; one death attributed to the outbreak.

Here's How To Responsibly Talk About Mental Health In The Public Eye

HERE'S HOW TO RESPONSIBLY TALK ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH IN THE PUBLIC EYE

An old ethics rule on discussing public figures' mental health is sparking debate.