The world's laziest teenagers: Only 7% of children in South Korea are active for an hour a day

THE WORLD'S LAZIEST TEENAGERS: ONLY 7% OF CHILDREN IN SOUTH KOREA ARE ACTIVE FOR AN HOUR A DAY

A report by the World Health Organization found that only one in five children worldwide are active for an hour a day, and the most...

Texas baby girl born with a hole in her heart celebrates her first birthday

TEXAS BABY GIRL BORN WITH A HOLE IN HER HEART CELEBRATES HER FIRST BIRTHDAY

Harper Johnston was born with a hole in her heart, fluid in her brain, and a rare genetic disorder has beaten the odds to celebrate...

 
 
 
Vaping has killed 47 people as the number of lung illnesses rises to nearly 2,300 victims

VAPING HAS KILLED 47 PEOPLE AS THE NUMBER OF LUNG ILLNESSES RISES TO NEARLY 2,300 VICTIMS

The CDC announced on Thursday that 2,290 people have fallen ill in every state but Alaska and 47 people have died in 25 states due...

Doctors Spot a New, Severe Lung Illness Tied to Vaping

DOCTORS SPOT A NEW, SEVERE LUNG ILLNESS TIED TO VAPING

The condition is similar to "popcorn lung," which is seen in workers exposed to the chemical flavoring diacetyl, an ingredient used...

 
 
 
How To Write A Maid Of Honor Speech That'll Make Everyone's Mascara Run

HOW TO WRITE A MAID OF HONOR SPEECH THAT'LL MAKE EVERYONE'S MASCARA RUN

Your best friend is getting married, and you're super thrilled for her. As the maid of honor, you're also pretty pumped for the wedding...

E. coli outbreak that has sickened 17 people in 8 states may be linked to pre-packaged salad

E. COLI OUTBREAK THAT HAS SICKENED 17 PEOPLE IN 8 STATES MAY BE LINKED TO PRE-PACKAGED SALAD

Health officials are investigating whether Ready Pac Bistro Chicken Caesar Salad is linked to an E. coli outbreak that has sickened...

 
 
 
Dengue fever could be eradicated in hot countries by infecting mosquitoes with bacteria

DENGUE FEVER COULD BE ERADICATED IN HOT COUNTRIES BY INFECTING MOSQUITOES WITH BACTERIA

Cases of dengue fever at sites in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, reduced by 40 per cent after an international team of scientists injected...

Eating Legumes can Boost Your Heart Health

EATING LEGUMES CAN BOOST YOUR HEART HEALTH

Consuming beans, lentils, peas, and other legumes decrease the risk for cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, and high blood...

 
 
 
Recalls of Blood Pressure Med Took Toll on Patients' Health

RECALLS OF BLOOD PRESSURE MED TOOK TOLL ON PATIENTS' HEALTH

Within the first month of the recall, there was a 55% increase of people coming to Ontario-area emergency departments complaining of...

Ring-shaped cancer DNA lets tumors mutate and resist treatment

RING-SHAPED CANCER DNA LETS TUMORS MUTATE AND RESIST TREATMENT

Unlike the double-helixed shape of normal human DNA, UC San Diego scientists discovered that much of cancer's genetic material is in...

 
 
 
Pregnant women with eating disorders are up to 70% more likely to have premature babies

PREGNANT WOMEN WITH EATING DISORDERS ARE UP TO 70% MORE LIKELY TO HAVE PREMATURE BABIES

A study of 1.2million mothers in Sweden also found babies were also more likely to have a small head circumference, known as microcephaly.

6 Little Things You Can Do For Someone Who Is Grieving Right Now

6 LITTLE THINGS YOU CAN DO FOR SOMEONE WHO IS GRIEVING RIGHT NOW

This time of year can be challenging for someone who just lost a loved one. Here's how you can help.

 
 
 
Tips On Coping With A Loved One In Rehab

TIPS ON COPING WITH A LOVED ONE IN REHAB

There are many complex ways on how to tell if someone you love has been abusing klonopin, one drug for example. But beyond that, to...

Brain Bleed

BRAIN BLEED

 
 
 
Woman goes from 'fattest girl at uni' to fitness fanatic after shedding 10 stone

WOMAN GOES FROM 'FATTEST GIRL AT UNI' TO FITNESS FANATIC AFTER SHEDDING 10 STONE

EXCLUSIVE: Ever since she was a teenager, Laura Dryden, 29, from Cambridge, said she considered herself the 'biggest' girl in school...

Kids Who Skip Breakfast Get Worse GCSE Results

KIDS WHO SKIP BREAKFAST GET WORSE GCSE RESULTS

Shool children who usually skip breakfast achieve significantly lower GCSE scores than those who normally eat it, research shows.

 
 
 
Relationships Between Rheumatoid Arthritis and Other Diseases Before and After Diagnosis

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS AND OTHER DISEASES BEFORE AND AFTER DIAGNOSIS

Individuals who have rheumatoid arthritis are at an enhanced risk of developing other conditions such as heart disease, blood clots,...

Get moving! Research shows that even cancer patients benefit from proper exercise

GET MOVING! RESEARCH SHOWS THAT EVEN CANCER PATIENTS BENEFIT FROM PROPER EXERCISE

Being physically active leads to many health improvements. Even people with cancer may benefit from exercise, particularly high-intensity...

 
 
 
Thousands could be saved from sepsis after major trial of monitoring system is 'success'

THOUSANDS COULD BE SAVED FROM SEPSIS AFTER MAJOR TRIAL OF MONITORING SYSTEM IS 'SUCCESS'

Three leading NHS hospitals have pioneered technology which monitors patients' vital signs and automatically triggers an alert to doctors...

New Type of Drug Might Ease Migraines

NEW TYPE OF DRUG MIGHT EASE MIGRAINES

Migraine sufferers who cannot get relief from existing medications may soon have a novel treatment option, a new trial suggests.