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World Diabetes Day on November 14: Prevent diabetes with simple changes in diet and...

November 14 is World Diabetes Day. According to the World Health Organisation, diabetes is a chronic, metabolic disease. It indicates a high level of glucose in your blood stream. If left untreated, it can...

Mother, 31, reveals her rare condition made her dread releasing milk for her babies

A mother has revealed a rare condition known as 'breastfeeding dysphoria' caused her to feel intense dread every time she released milk.  Deena Todd, from, Yeovil, Somerset, had overwhelming feelings of homesickness and anxiety which...

Study claims taking Tylenol during pregnancy doubles ADHD, autism risks for kids

New research claims to link the use of acetaminophen during pregnancy to an increased risk of your child having ADHD or autism.  Researchers from Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health examined umbilical cord...

American children not getting measles shots before travelling overseas: study

Even with measles outbreaks common in many parts of the world, doctors and parents in the U.S. are often not opting to have children vaccinated before international travel, a new study suggests.Nearly 60 per...

Sameera Reddy blames insensitive people for post-partum depression

During pregnancy, your body goes through a lot of changes. Due to hormonal changes and the stress of pregnancy, you may have skin problems and hair fall. On top of that,...

Family Tyler Skaggs suggests Angles employee was involved in his death

The family of Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs has said it was startled to learn that an employee of the MLB club 'may' be part of the investigation into the 27-year-old's death from...

Woman, 25, is left with a droopy face after surgery to remove a brain...

Samantha Taylor, 25, has been left with facial paralysis after surgery to remove a brain tumour caused her to have a stroke (pictured after the operation) A woman has been left with half of her face...

Alzheimer’s disease could be treated by zapping patients’ brains

Zapping the brains of older people can give them the memory of someone in their 20s. It takes only a weak electrical current to restore the thinking powers of people over 60, scientists found. The tiny...

ANTHRAX may be the key to shrinking bladder tumors by 30% in 3 minutes

Scientists have discovered that anthrax may be the key to a better, faster treatment for bladder cancer.  A combination of the anthrax bacterium - the same one used in a slew of 2001 biological terror...

NHS to trial Group B Strep infection screening in pregnant women in a bid...

The NHS will conduct a major trial into Group B Strep screening in pregnant women in a bid to protect newborns from deadly illnesses. The £2.8million study will compare what is considered the 'gold standard'...