• Batangas student who battled cancer had to have her arm amputated By Daily Mail   -   Apr 26, 2018

    BATANGAS STUDENT WHO BATTLED CANCER HAD TO HAVE HER ARM AMPUTATED

    Joy Arcilla, 21, , from Batangas, Philippines, first noticed a tiny lump on her left bicep in October 2012, which she initially dismissed...

    Cancer, Arm
  • Two million Britons take medicine that may increase dementia risk By Daily Mail   -   Apr 26, 2018

    TWO MILLION BRITONS TAKE MEDICINE THAT MAY INCREASE DEMENTIA RISK

    Researchers from the University of East Anglia found patients taking anticholinergics were 30 per cent more likely to develop dementia...

    Drugs
  • Decoded: Enzyme that could stop ageing By Daily Mail   -   Apr 26, 2018

    DECODED: ENZYME THAT COULD STOP AGEING

    20 years on from its discovery, scientists at the University of California have published a study decoding an enzyme that can rejuvenate...

  • Steroids left Salt Lake City mom-of-three looking like a 'monster' By Daily Mail   -   Apr 26, 2018

    STEROIDS LEFT SALT LAKE CITY MOM-OF-THREE LOOKING LIKE A 'MONSTER'

    Lindsey Hughes, 30, from Salt Lake City, started using steroid creams at just five years old to treat her eczema, and was eventually...

    Mom, Eczema
  • Belfast mother's joy as 'brain dead' son makes miracle recovery By Daily Mail   -   Apr 26, 2018

    BELFAST MOTHER'S JOY AS 'BRAIN DEAD' SON MAKES MIRACLE RECOVERY

    Doctors in Belfast feared Taylor Reid, now 12, had just a two per cent chance of making it through, after the keen biker endured a...

    Brain
  • Two Ohio sisters were bullied over their Treacher Collins Syndrome By Daily Mail   -   Apr 26, 2018

    TWO OHIO SISTERS WERE BULLIED OVER THEIR TREACHER COLLINS SYNDROME

    Asia Williams, 22, and India Walls, 20, were born with Treacher Collins Syndrome, which affects the bones in the face. The sisters,...

    Face
  • 'Recommending e-cigarettes to help smokers quit is irresponsible' By Daily Mail   -   Apr 26, 2018

    'RECOMMENDING E-CIGARETTES TO HELP SMOKERS QUIT IS IRRESPONSIBLE'

    Experts debate whether doctors should tell smokers to try e-cigarettes, with one researcher pointing to new studies showing that vaping...

  • The most believed cancer myths! By Daily Mail   -   Apr 26, 2018

    THE MOST BELIEVED CANCER MYTHS!

    Researchers at University College London and Leeds University found 12 per cent of people are unaware smoking causes cancer. They surveyed...

    Cancer
  • One dead, two hospitalized with Legionnaire's lung infection from inhaling bacteria in water vapor  By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    ONE DEAD, TWO HOSPITALIZED WITH LEGIONNAIRE'S LUNG INFECTION FROM INHALING BACTERIA IN WATER VAPOR 

    All three cases of the severe lung infection that spreads through inhaling contaminated water vapor have been linked back to three...

    Hospital
  • 70% of NICU moms suffer postpartum depression By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    70% OF NICU MOMS SUFFER POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION

    Postpartum depression affects the as many as 70 percent of new mothers whose babies spend their first days in intensive care, but the...

    Mom, Depression, Baby
  • DWTS' Victoria Arlen on spending 4 years trapped in her own body By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    DWTS' VICTORIA ARLEN ON SPENDING 4 YEARS TRAPPED IN HER OWN BODY

    On Wednesday the Paralympic gold-medalist from Exeter, New Hampshire spoke about the illness that left her completely aware but unable...

  • Just one puff of cannabis found to reduce depression By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    JUST ONE PUFF OF CANNABIS FOUND TO REDUCE DEPRESSION

    However, the Washington State University researchers warned long-term use of cannabis could worsen symptoms of depression. They analysed...

    Depression
  • Hot weather really does make us angrier, dumber and more violent By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    HOT WEATHER REALLY DOES MAKE US ANGRIER, DUMBER AND MORE VIOLENT

    A team at Poznan University of Medical Sciences in Poland has found levels of the stress hormone cortisol are lower in winter than...

    Stress
  • Rob Hobson explains all the health benefits of bread By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    ROB HOBSON EXPLAINS ALL THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF BREAD

    Rob Hobson, Healthspan Head of Nutrition, explains why he hasn't fallen out of love with bread. Not all bread is made equal, he warns...

    Nutrition
  • Experts warn of ominous new SELF-bullying trend online and signs your teen is doing it By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    EXPERTS WARN OF OMINOUS NEW SELF-BULLYING TREND ONLINE AND SIGNS YOUR TEEN IS DOING IT

    A 2017 survey found that six percent of teens had engaged in 'digital self-harm', which involves creating anonymous social media accounts...

  • Hope for children with rare 'Benjamin Button disease' By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    HOPE FOR CHILDREN WITH RARE 'BENJAMIN BUTTON DISEASE'

    While the results of the Boston Children's Hospital study were limited and preliminary, researchers and experts say they could signal...

    Hospital
  • Jennifer Aniston uses CBD oil - but what is it?  By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    JENNIFER ANISTON USES CBD OIL - BUT WHAT IS IT? 

    A favourite among A-listers, experts claim that CBD oil can help with joint pain, endometriosis and insomnia. The oil is legal in the...

  • Over-the-counter acid-reflux drugs may cause pneumonia, study finds By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    OVER-THE-COUNTER ACID-REFLUX DRUGS MAY CAUSE PNEUMONIA, STUDY FINDS

    Researchers from the University of Exeter found that taking proton pump inhibitors for at least a year is significantly linked to people...

    Drugs
  • Middle-aged people are most vulnerable social media users By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    MIDDLE-AGED PEOPLE ARE MOST VULNERABLE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS

    Researchers at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, found that social media improves the well-being of young adults but...

  • The darkest chocolate bars on the market are best for your health By Daily Mail   -   Apr 25, 2018

    THE DARKEST CHOCOLATE BARS ON THE MARKET ARE BEST FOR YOUR HEALTH

    While many wince at bars with more than 70 percent cacao, the team at Loma Linda University in California found such a high concentration...

    Brain