February 22, 2017 1253 GMT
Specialist warns about use of medicine during pregnancy
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Good education might improve memory but won’t stop you forgetting things
A higher level of education might give you a better memory but it does not slow the rate of its decline, a study found.
Exactly how much coffee is too much
Many of us do not feel human without our daily coffee fix and indeed the energy inducing effects of caffeine can be the difference between surviving and thriving on a daily basis.
Heart disease linked to anxiety, negative feelings
People with mild heart disease are more likely to say they have poorer health, anxiety and a negative outlook than people in the general population, a new study suggested.
Study shows listeria poses serious miscarriage threat
New research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison has shown the food-borne bacterium listeria may increase the risk of miscarriage in early pregnancy.
Going from low- to intermediate-fitness may prolong life
Improving cardiovascular fitness over time may prolong life, suggested a new study.
Risky treatment can stop multiple sclerosis for years
A multiple sclerosis treatment being tested in patients can stop the disease for at least five years, said doctors.
Common food additive may upset stomach
If you suffer from recurrent stomachaches, the culprit may be hiding in your purse, pocket or pantry.
Study identifies brain process vital to short-term memory
Researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles have discovered the process the brain uses to create and maintain short-term memories.
New sepsis risk model reduces antibiotic use in newborns
Researchers at Kaiser Permanente have reduced the use of antibiotics in newborns by nearly 50 percent with the development of neonatal sepsis risk calculator.
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