• Air pollution is worse inside classrooms than London streets By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    AIR POLLUTION IS WORSE INSIDE CLASSROOMS THAN LONDON STREETS

    Researchers from the University of Cambridge found primary schools in London contain levels of fine air particles that are 'consistently...

    Pollution
  • Nutritionists reveal what to order and what to avoid at Starbucks By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    NUTRITIONISTS REVEAL WHAT TO ORDER AND WHAT TO AVOID AT STARBUCKS

    With seemingly endless options for drinks and food, Starbucks can seem overwhelming. So we spoke to three nutritionists who told us...

    Food
  • Huge spike in the rate of soldiers taking HIV prevention drugs, CDC reveals  By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    HUGE SPIKE IN THE RATE OF SOLDIERS TAKING HIV PREVENTION DRUGS, CDC REVEALS 

    Prescriptions for the HIV-prevention drug, PrEP soared among soldiers soared to 2,000 after the real of the military's 'Don't Ask Don't...

    Drugs
  • Loud music and depression could trigger dementia by ageing the brain By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    LOUD MUSIC AND DEPRESSION COULD TRIGGER DEMENTIA BY AGEING THE BRAIN

    Two studies from the University of Sussex and Ohio State University say those with depression or a hearing loss are at higher risk...

    Depression, Brain
  • Tick-resistant clothing protects you from three species of the bug that carries Lyme disease By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    TICK-RESISTANT CLOTHING PROTECTS YOU FROM THREE SPECIES OF THE BUG THAT CARRIES LYME DISEASE

    As we enter what is expected to be the worst season for ticks in years, you may want to invest in repellent clothing to guard against...

  • A low-fat diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables could protect women against breast cancer By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    A LOW-FAT DIET WITH PLENTY OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES COULD PROTECT WOMEN AGAINST BREAST CANCER

    A new study in JAMA Oncology has found that eating a low-fat diet, along with a multitude of fruits and vegetables, could decrease...

    Cancer, Breast, Diet, Breasts
  • Sleep apnea mask boosts sexual performance and libido in female sufferers By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    SLEEP APNEA MASK BOOSTS SEXUAL PERFORMANCE AND LIBIDO IN FEMALE SUFFERERS

    A new study by the University of Washington the device treated the condition in men and women, but also boosted sexual performance...

    Sleep, Libido
  • Pesticides increase risk of Parkinson's by disrupting energy levels By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    PESTICIDES INCREASE RISK OF PARKINSON'S BY DISRUPTING ENERGY LEVELS

    A study shows why exposure to some pesticides can raise the risk of Parkinson's disease. Those with a genetic predisposition to the...

    Parkinson
  • New test could spot preeclampsia or preemie risk in the first few weeks of pregnancy, study finds  By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    NEW TEST COULD SPOT PREECLAMPSIA OR PREEMIE RISK IN THE FIRST FEW WEEKS OF PREGNANCY, STUDY FINDS 

    The accurate test carried out between 15 and 20 weeks would allow doctors to start treatments early to prevent early births or complications...

    Pregnancy
  • Leaving children in cars on hot days could cause deadly heat stroke in less than an hour By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    LEAVING CHILDREN IN CARS ON HOT DAYS COULD CAUSE DEADLY HEAT STROKE IN LESS THAN AN HOUR

    A new study from Arizona State University has found that hot cars parked out in the sun can hit as high as 160F in just one hour. Incidents...

    Stroke
  • Climate change could be driving antibiotic resistance across US By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    CLIMATE CHANGE COULD BE DRIVING ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE ACROSS US

    A study found that higher local temperatures and population densities correlate with a higher degree of antibiotic resistance in common...

  • 'Our Little Vampire Girl:' Toddler born without irises finds it painful to face the sunlight By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    'OUR LITTLE VAMPIRE GIRL:' TODDLER BORN WITHOUT IRISES FINDS IT PAINFUL TO FACE THE SUNLIGHT

    Lucy Palmer, aged three, was born with no irises, leaving her with two big black pupils. She is unable to control the way sunlight...

    Face, Eye
  • Sunbed addict needed surgery after an app on her phone warned her about a cancerous mole By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    SUNBED ADDICT NEEDED SURGERY AFTER AN APP ON HER PHONE WARNED HER ABOUT A CANCEROUS MOLE

    Emma Proctor, 37, from Preston, Lancashire, had surgery to remove a cancerous mole which she discovered had changed, She is now warning...

    Cancer
  • FOUR siblings have the same rare skin condition which has destroyed one's nose and blinded another By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    FOUR SIBLINGS HAVE THE SAME RARE SKIN CONDITION WHICH HAS DESTROYED ONE'S NOSE AND BLINDED ANOTHER

    Javid, 26, Maria, 19, Sobia, 17 and Aaliza, 9, from a small village in Pakistan's Sindh province all have xeroderma pigmentosum , which...

    Skin, Nose
  • 24 Hours in A&E leaves fans heartbroken By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    24 HOURS IN A&E LEAVES FANS HEARTBROKEN

    May Barraclough refused to leave her 79-year-old husband James' side at St George's Hospital in South London. Viewers said they were...

    Hospital
  • Eczema patients may be at higher risk of heart problems and strokes By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    ECZEMA PATIENTS MAY BE AT HIGHER RISK OF HEART PROBLEMS AND STROKES

    Past research has provided mixed results. The new study - the largest to date - bolsters the case for screening and treating eczema...

    Stroke, Eczema
  • Drugs costing 7p may offer 'breakthrough' in preventing dementia By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    DRUGS COSTING 7P MAY OFFER 'BREAKTHROUGH' IN PREVENTING DEMENTIA

    Researchers from the University of Edinburgh believe two heart medications reduce damage to the arteries, which lead to blood clots,...

    Stroke, Drugs
  • Too much screen time raises the risk of death from heart disease and cancer By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    TOO MUCH SCREEN TIME RAISES THE RISK OF DEATH FROM HEART DISEASE AND CANCER

    Researchers at Glasgow University say spending hours on end in front of your TV or computer raises your risk of dying young or getting...

    Cancer
  • Mediterranean diet means children in Italy Greece Cyprus Spain are fattest in Europe By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    MEDITERRANEAN DIET MEANS CHILDREN IN ITALY GREECE CYPRUS SPAIN ARE FATTEST IN EUROPE

    Research shows four in 10 school children in Italy, Greece, Cyprus and Spain are overweight or obsese. Contrary to the belief the Mediterranean...

    Overweight, Diet
  • Antidepressants can make you gain weight, new research has found By Daily Mail   -   May 24, 2018

    ANTIDEPRESSANTS CAN MAKE YOU GAIN WEIGHT, NEW RESEARCH HAS FOUND

    Researchers from Kings College in London found that people who stayed on the pills for two or three years were far more likely to pile...