1257 GMT January 20, 2018
Side effects can develop even if you’ve been taking a pill for a long time
A colleague in California developed a huge welt that itched terribly; she ended up learning she had developed an allergic reaction to the low-dose aspirin she took for cancer prevention.
How can turmeric help reinvigorate your health?
When conventional treatments failed, Dieneke Ferguson turned to the spice world.
Smokers more likely to need spinal surgery
Smoking increases the risk of lower back pain that needs to be fixed by spinal surgery, a Swedish study suggested.
Specialist: Arthritis most prevalent orthopedic disorder in Iran at older ages
By Farzam Vanaki
Study links exercise to cognitive development in kids
A lack of exercise puts kids at risk for very adult problems, like obesity and diabetes.
How Zika infection drives fetal demise
A powerful antiviral protein may act as a checkpoint for keeping or ending a pregnancy.
Heart attack care dangerously unequal for women: Study
Fewer women who suffer a heart attack would die if they were given the same treatments as men, a new study found.
Dentist expounds on teeth whitening techniques
By Sadeq Dehqan & Farzam Vanaki
Married heart patients more likely than singles to survive
People with heart disease have better long-term survival odds when they are married, a recent study suggested.
Sharp rise in flu hospital admissions in England
There was a sharp rise in hospital admissions in England for confirmed flu cases in the last week of December, Public Health England (PHE) figures show.
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