• 'Invisible' poo blood makes you 58% more likely to suffer an early death By Daily Mail   -   Jul 17, 2018

    'INVISIBLE' POO BLOOD MAKES YOU 58% MORE LIKELY TO SUFFER AN EARLY DEATH

    Dundee University tracked the survival of around 2,700 people whose FOTB test showed up as positive over a period of 16 years. Their...

  • Creating 'designer babies' to enhance looks or intelligence could be 'morally permissible' By Daily Mail   -   Jul 17, 2018

    CREATING 'DESIGNER BABIES' TO ENHANCE LOOKS OR INTELLIGENCE COULD BE 'MORALLY PERMISSIBLE'

    The Nuffield Council on Bioethics in the UK said the key issues in genome editing were the welfare of the future person and the wider...

    Baby
  • Toy slime could make children ill thanks to chemical that can cause vomiting By Daily Mail   -   Jul 17, 2018

    TOY SLIME COULD MAKE CHILDREN ILL THANKS TO CHEMICAL THAT CAN CAUSE VOMITING

    Consumer watchdog Which? has found some slime products contain potentially unsafe levels of the chemical boron, which in excessive...

  • Marital rows with a spouse are more damaging to men than women By Daily Mail   -   Jul 17, 2018

    MARITAL ROWS WITH A SPOUSE ARE MORE DAMAGING TO MEN THAN WOMEN

    A 16-year study by US researchers from the universities of Nevada and Michigan has found that arguments may raise stress hormones,...

    Stress
  • Women with high cholesterol may struggle to have more than one child By Daily Mail   -   Jul 17, 2018

    WOMEN WITH HIGH CHOLESTEROL MAY STRUGGLE TO HAVE MORE THAN ONE CHILD

    The study, published in the BMJ Open journal, tracked Norwegian women aged 20 and over between 1994 and 2003.

    Cholesterol, Child
  • Is your family guilty of repetitive eating? How to get out of the food rut By Daily Mail   -   Jul 17, 2018

    IS YOUR FAMILY GUILTY OF REPETITIVE EATING? HOW TO GET OUT OF THE FOOD RUT

    If you and your family find yourselves sitting down to the same meals week in, week out, it might be that you're in a food rut. Celebrity...

    Food
  • Men are being left in agony as NHS denies them hernia operations By Daily Mail   -   Jul 17, 2018

    MEN ARE BEING LEFT IN AGONY AS NHS DENIES THEM HERNIA OPERATIONS

    More than half the health boards in England refuse NHS funding for the 45-minute procedure unless patients are in enough agony to ‘impede...

  • Juliana Shalek reveals the foods you should avoid while pregnant By Daily Mail   -   Jul 17, 2018

    JULIANA SHALEK REVEALS THE FOODS YOU SHOULD AVOID WHILE PREGNANT

    New York nutritionist Juliana Shalek revealed the surprising foods you should avoid while pregnant - and the healthy alternatives to...

    Pregnant, Food
  • Would you stick a tube up your nose to stop yourself snoring? By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    WOULD YOU STICK A TUBE UP YOUR NOSE TO STOP YOURSELF SNORING?

    The device, which you breathe through normally, keeps the airway open during sleep to prevent sleep apnoea, a condition that causes...

    Sleep, Nose
  • From silver gel to oats: The unlikely sunburn remedies that really work! By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    FROM SILVER GEL TO OATS: THE UNLIKELY SUNBURN REMEDIES THAT REALLY WORK!

    It's been one of the longest heatwaves for decades, but inevitably that means a surge in cases of painful sunburn. So, if you're suffering,...

  • NHS Health Heroes: The surgeon who's helped 100 children walk By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    NHS HEALTH HEROES: THE SURGEON WHO'S HELPED 100 CHILDREN WALK

    John Goodden, a consultant neurologist from Leeds, is the latest medical professional to be nominated for our NHS Health Heroes award....

  • ASK THE GP: Why does my scalp hurt if I brush my hair or shower? By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    ASK THE GP: WHY DOES MY SCALP HURT IF I BRUSH MY HAIR OR SHOWER?

    The Daily Mail's resident GP answers your health concerns. This week, he focuses on a conditional called occipital neuralgia and the...

    Hair, Anorexia
  • The unexpected signs that you're suffering a worrying lack of iron By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    THE UNEXPECTED SIGNS THAT YOU'RE SUFFERING A WORRYING LACK OF IRON

    Lack of iron is the most common vitamin and mineral deficiency in the UK - at least four million Britons are affected, including one...

    Minerals, Vitamins, Hospital
  • Stem cells breakthrough that could help thousands of heart patients  By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    STEM CELLS BREAKTHROUGH THAT COULD HELP THOUSANDS OF HEART PATIENTS 

    After being fitted with a pacemaker for heart failure, Pat Wilkinson, from Gloucester, was not expected to live for long. But now,...

  • Pregnant women who wear perfume have kids that struggle to grasp ideas By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    PREGNANT WOMEN WHO WEAR PERFUME HAVE KIDS THAT STRUGGLE TO GRASP IDEAS

    Dr Janice Juraska, of the University of Illinois, said she was shocked by how clear the impact was, and she would now urge pregnant...

    Pregnant
  • The beam of light that heals bed sores and ulcers  By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    THE BEAM OF LIGHT THAT HEALS BED SORES AND ULCERS 

    Doctors in Salford have built a special lamp with 32 different bulbs, which emit infrared, red or ultraviolet light - together they...

  • Heartwarming moment toddler who's spent her whole life in hospital walks outside for the first time By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    HEARTWARMING MOMENT TODDLER WHO'S SPENT HER WHOLE LIFE IN HOSPITAL WALKS OUTSIDE FOR THE FIRST TIME

    Mae Koslow-Vogel, two, from Somerville, Massachusetts, had spent her whole life at Boston Children's Hospital hooked up to a ventilator...

    Hospital
  • Women who say treatment after a smear test ruined their sex lives By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    WOMEN WHO SAY TREATMENT AFTER A SMEAR TEST RUINED THEIR SEX LIVES

    When Kate Orson, from Glasgow, developed abnormal cervical cells, she had a procedure called large loop excision of the transformation...

  • 4-month-old boy dies of meningitis coming into contact with an unvaccinated person By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    4-MONTH-OLD BOY DIES OF MENINGITIS COMING INTO CONTACT WITH AN UNVACCINATED PERSON

    Four-month-old Killy Schultz, from Chesterfield, Virginia, developed a rash and fever within 24 hours back in June. Doctors told his...

  • Doctor removes an inch-long wriggling LEECH from a man's nose By Daily Mail   -   Jul 16, 2018

    DOCTOR REMOVES AN INCH-LONG WRIGGLING LEECH FROM A MAN'S NOSE

    WARNING, GRAPHIC CONTENT: The footage was filmed in Nghe An, a province in the north of the country, around 186 miles south of the...

    Nose