The number of people being diagnosed with cancer in the world each year has leaped to more than 14 million.
Belly fat is a return gift that our haphazard lifestyle and wrong eating habits give us. Belly fat has always been a major concern area.
The artificial sweetener aspartame is safe and poses no threat to health, European food regulators conclude.
Back pain is one of the most common fallouts of everyday life. But even dumping your heels and stretching may not help your spine.
Scientists have cast doubt on the value of vitamin D supplements to protect against diseases such as cancers, diabetes and dementia.
From an omelette, pasta to a vegetable stir fry, black pepper can enhance the taste factor.
Keeping warm during winter is not easy. Apart from woollen clothes, people should consume heat producing food items to beat the chill.
The number of people living with dementia worldwide is set to treble by 2050, according to a new analysis. Alzheimer`s Disease International says 44 million people live with the disease, but that figure will increase to 135 million by 2050.
Energy drinks packed with caffeine can change the way the heart beats, researchers warned. The team from the University of Bonn in Germany imaged the hearts of 17 people an hour after they had an energy drink.
Scientists have found that Alzheimer’s, a neurodegenerative disorder, may actually be a late stage of Type 2 diabetes. The findings also suggest that losing weight and exercising may ward off Alzheimer’s, at least in the very early stages, researchers said.
This is an important question since this is flu season and common cold is in the air. We diagnose whether it is ok to exercise with a cold.
Swedish researchers have identified a new strain of HIV recently discovered in West Africa, which progresses to AIDS more quickly, reports AFP.
A by-product of cholesterol can fuel the deadly growth and spread of breast cancer, according to a group of scientists.
The moment you enter home your fist thought is to get rid of your clothes and head to the shower. The thought of being naked with no layers of clothing on, relieves you, especially in the summer.
If you`ve been wondering about all the new teas in the supermarket, then it`s high time you expand your tea knowledge. Learn more about the different types of teas and their health benefits.
It was after the shattering loss of her 33-year-old son to cancer three years ago that Rosemary Cross decided that she and her family should have a health screen.
Taking up exercise in your 60s will still help stave off major ill health and dementia, research suggests.
While we recommend vegetables in every shape, colour and form, not all vegetables are healthy when consumed in certain unhealthy ways.
Too much time in front of the television can blunt young children’s ability to accept and understand others, says the latest research.
A drug commonly used to beat severe fungal infections can make flu far worse, animal studies suggest. The effects in people are still uncertain, but doctors have called for it to be assessed "urgently".
Hungry? Grab a handful of nuts. Not only are they packed with protein, but it turns out they may be the food for longevity.
Despite low spending on health, a weak health system and widespread poverty, Bangladesh has achieved great strides in life expectancy, vaccination rates, TB control and a child’s chances of surviving past the age of five, according to a series of focus papers published in The Lancet.
People who eat a diet rich in nuts, including peanuts, are less likely to die from heart disease or cancer, new research suggests.