Women fall ill much more often than men but tend to cope with the symptoms better, research finds.
Eating a lot of cured and processed meat may make asthma symptoms worse.
Being in a stable relationship helps people survive a stroke, new research claims.
The use of pain relievers over a long time may increase the risk of hearing loss, researchers report.
Having a crafty cigarette as opposed to being a full blown smoker is nowhere near as bad for your health right?
The generation of baby boomers are binge drinking more than ever, according to new research.
Advising people to “drink plenty of fluids” when unwell could be dangerous, doctors warn.
Expectant mothers who sleep on their backs during late pregnancy are more at risk of a stillbirth, a new study warns.
The more men drink, the greater their risk of developing prostate cancer, a new study claims.
Ladies trying to get pregnant, step away from liquorice; new research has found the sweet treat can have disastrous effects on oestrogen levels, and even leave some women infertile.
Being a night owl or an early bird is down to genetics, according to a new study
Not getting enough sleep can not only make us feel irritable and look a bit peaky, but apparently it can also make us fat.