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Genomic Analysis May Offer Better Treatment For Urinary Incontinence
Finding a genetic cause and a potential treatment route for urinary incontinence is a priority as the condition impacts nearly 25% of adult women.
Research shows getting children outside is good for health
Last week, a US study found that children who follow government advice on physical activity, screen time and sleep have an 89 per cent lower risk of being obese.
More Accurate, Low-Priced Genetic Test Coming Up for Anal Cancer
Epigenetic testing tool is a new genetic test being developed to find the lesions and treat the patient who are at a high risk of anal cancer.
Group Training is Revolutionising the way you can achieve your goals
So you've decided that you need to step it up a little if you're going to achieve the goals that you've set down for yourself. You know what you want to achieve, you've got a...
New Drug Sofosbuvir can Reduce Transplant and Mortality Rates in Patients...
The new drug called sofosbuvir reduced the progression of advanced liver disease in hepatitis C patients. Patients with cirrhosis can benefit from sofosbuvir-based therapies.
International Day of Action For Women's Health 2017 - Women's Health Matters
International Day of Action For Women's Health, which falls on the 28th May annually, fights for sexual and reproductive rights of women globally.
Be on Guard, If You Are Checking Facebook Frequently!
Using Facebook frequently and checking posts often, makes the person sad and unhealthy; and also affects the mental health of the individual.
Why Do Spoon-Fed Babies Gain More Weight?
More than twice as many babies spoon-fed from six months onwards were overweight by the time they were toddlers.
This Low-Carb Spin on Potato Salad Isn't Made With Potatoes
If you're trying to cut down on carbs and calories, but you're obsessed with potato salad, this 138-calorie recipe is a must make. Instead of potatoes, this creamy dish is made...
Children are being led to believe they are mentally ill
Rising numbers of experts in the UK are questioning whether lessons in wellbeing - intended to tackle anxiety - are actually making pupils more unhappy. File photo posed by models.