1124 GMT September 20, 2017
Brain cells drive, quench your thirst uncovered
Scientists have identified a set of neurons deep in the brain that controls the critical instinct of thirst.
Eating too much of salty food could raise diabetes risk ( video)
Eating too much salty food dramatically raises the risk of diabetes, warned new research.
High amounts of artificial sweeteners may increase risk for diabetes
A small Australian study suggested that consuming high amounts of artificial sweeteners might affect how the body responds to sugar — and might raise a person's risk of diabetes.
Childhood vaccines may go into one jab
A technology that could eventually see every childhood vaccine delivered in a single injection has been developed by US researchers.
Bowel cancer diet: Avoid these four common foods to ward off deadly symptoms
Bowel cancer kills more than 44 people a day, with diet a major contributing factor.
Immune-focused drug may be weapon against advanced melanoma
New research suggested that Opdivo — a drug that works with the immune system to fight melanoma — is more effective than the current standard of care for patients who've had surgery to remove advanced tumors.
More pregnant women to get GBS treatment
All pregnant women who go into labor too soon should be given antibiotics to protect their baby from a potentially deadly infection called Group B Strep (GBS), said new guidelines.
Foods to fight a cold( video)
Winter is fast approaching — which means people are more likely to catch the common cold.
'Microbiomes' may hold key to kids' ear infections
Recurrent ear infections are the bane of many children — and the parents who have to deal with their care.
Regular weigh-ins may help prevent college weight gain
No one likes looking at their weight on a scale every day, but that may be just the trick that college students need to ward off the dreaded ‘Freshman 15,’ a new study suggested.
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