• NHS urges DIY-lovers to take care this Easter amid rise in accidents By Daily Mail   -   Apr 19, 2019

    NHS URGES DIY-LOVERS TO TAKE CARE THIS EASTER AMID RISE IN ACCIDENTS

    The warnings come as Easter is round the corner. DIY related injuries have risen by seven per cent in the past three years, NHS England...

  • 1-year-old boy nearly died after he accidentally ate laundry pod when he mistook it for candy By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    1-YEAR-OLD BOY NEARLY DIED AFTER HE ACCIDENTALLY ATE LAUNDRY POD WHEN HE MISTOOK IT FOR CANDY

    Cotter Cunha, then one, from Pawtucket, Rhode Island, accidentally swallowed a laundry pod in July 2017 and was on life support for...

  • New parents slapped with surprise $4K bill for out-of-network anesthesiologist By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    NEW PARENTS SLAPPED WITH SURPRISE $4K BILL FOR OUT-OF-NETWORK ANESTHESIOLOGIST

    Adam and Laura Parkinsons were charged $3,700 after Laura gave birth to their son last year. The couple had chose an in-network hospital,...

    Parkinson, Hospital
  • 8-month-old girl caught measles before she could get her MMR shot By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    8-MONTH-OLD GIRL CAUGHT MEASLES BEFORE SHE COULD GET HER MMR SHOT

    Shira Goldschmidt, eight months, from Israel, contracted measles in December 2018 and suffered complications that left her hospitalized...

    Hospital
  • There are 23.1 MILLION missing female births in the world since 1970 By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    THERE ARE 23.1 MILLION MISSING FEMALE BIRTHS IN THE WORLD SINCE 1970

    Members of the Singaporean researcher team say that the added pressure of China's single-child policy and the desire of parents to...

    Child
  • Could this gene explain the male infertility crisis? Scientists find DNA errors that hamper sperm By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    COULD THIS GENE EXPLAIN THE MALE INFERTILITY CRISIS? SCIENTISTS FIND DNA ERRORS THAT HAMPER SPERM

    The gene, XRCC1, is crucial for sperm development, to ensure a high sperm count, swift motility, normal shape, and solid concentration....

    Infertility
  • At-home brain stimulation treats depression in isolated rural residents By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    AT-HOME BRAIN STIMULATION TREATS DEPRESSION IN ISOLATED RURAL RESIDENTS

    Rates of depression and suicide are far higher in the rural US than in urban areas. Researchers at the University of New South Wales...

    Depression, Brain
  • Michigan woman contracts rare parasitic eye infection from contact lenses By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    MICHIGAN WOMAN CONTRACTS RARE PARASITIC EYE INFECTION FROM CONTACT LENSES

    WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Traci Lawson, 50, from Lansing, Michigan, was diagnosed with Acanthamoeba keratitis, a parasitic infection...

    Eye
  • Babies could be given an 'obesity risk score' at BIRTH, study suggests By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    BABIES COULD BE GIVEN AN 'OBESITY RISK SCORE' AT BIRTH, STUDY SUGGESTS

    Scientists at the Broad Institute and Harvard University created a $50 genetic test that can give babies an obesity risk score from...

    Obesity, Baby
  • Why your years-old measles vaccine is still valid By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    WHY YOUR YEARS-OLD MEASLES VACCINE IS STILL VALID

    Eyal Amiel, assistant professor of biomedicine and health sciences at the University of Vermont, researches how our bodies respond...

    Vaccination
  • Four million people in Britain carry a 'skinny gene' By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    FOUR MILLION PEOPLE IN BRITAIN CARRY A 'SKINNY GENE'

    Professor Sadaf Farooqi, from the University of Cambridge, co-led a study into the MC4R gene, looking at almost half a million British...

  • Scrap that early morning jog! Evening exercise appears to be better for you, two new studies find By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    SCRAP THAT EARLY MORNING JOG! EVENING EXERCISE APPEARS TO BE BETTER FOR YOU, TWO NEW STUDIES FIND

    New studies, from the Weizmann Institute of Science and the University of California, Irvine, found mice that exercised in the evening...

  • Exercise may make you GAIN weight: People eat nearly a quarter more after a work out By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    EXERCISE MAY MAKE YOU GAIN WEIGHT: PEOPLE EAT NEARLY A QUARTER MORE AFTER A WORK OUT

    Scientists from Loughborough University found a group of volunteers upped their lunch-time portions by 150 calories after working out...

  • Pregnant women exposed to air pollution may have children born with smaller heads, review reveals By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    PREGNANT WOMEN EXPOSED TO AIR POLLUTION MAY HAVE CHILDREN BORN WITH SMALLER HEADS, REVIEW REVEALS

    Scientists at University of Aberdeen looked at studies that covered Europe, Australia and the US. Nitrogen dioxide affects the growth...

    Pregnant, Pollution, Baby
  • Two British people DIE after receiving yellow fever vaccines By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    TWO BRITISH PEOPLE DIE AFTER RECEIVING YELLOW FEVER VACCINES

    The UK's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency said two people died of viscerotropic disease after having the vaccine...

    Vaccination
  • US scientist has made genetically modified 'three-parent' embryos By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    US SCIENTIST HAS MADE GENETICALLY MODIFIED 'THREE-PARENT' EMBRYOS

    Dr Dietrich Egli, a researcher at Columbia University, said Wednesday that he had genetically modified three-parent embryos ready for...

    Pregnancy
  • Project Runway judge Nina Garcia opens up about her preventative double mastectomy By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    PROJECT RUNWAY JUDGE NINA GARCIA OPENS UP ABOUT HER PREVENTATIVE DOUBLE MASTECTOMY

    Garcia told GMA she felt compelled to share her story, particularly as a woman in the preened fashion world, because it's 'very important...

  • Girl, 11, dies after a severe allergic reaction to TOOTHPASTE that contained a milk protein  By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    GIRL, 11, DIES AFTER A SEVERE ALLERGIC REACTION TO TOOTHPASTE THAT CONTAINED A MILK PROTEIN 

    Denise Saldate, 11, from West Covina, California, died on April 6 after she suffered a severe allergic reaction from a milk protein...

  • Children as young as five decide if people are 'mean or nice' based on their faces alone By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    CHILDREN AS YOUNG AS FIVE DECIDE IF PEOPLE ARE 'MEAN OR NICE' BASED ON THEIR FACES ALONE

    We all make judgements based on appearances - however off-base they may be. New Harvard University research shows that children start...

    Face
  • Girl born without a BRAIN defies doctors by reaching her sixth birthday By Daily Mail   -   Apr 18, 2019

    GIRL BORN WITHOUT A BRAIN DEFIES DOCTORS BY REACHING HER SIXTH BIRTHDAY

    Lily Wetherall, of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, appeared normal at birth until a scan revealed rare condition hydranencephaly.

    Brain