The idea that people can be fat but medically fit is a myth, said experts speaking in Portugal.
Fat but fit is a big fat myth
A new study by the German Research Center for Environmental Health has found that immunotherapy against bee stings may be incomplete in some cases.
Study finds immunotherapy against bee stings incomplete
Hundreds of thousands of strokes might be prevented in the US each year if more people with a heart rhythm disorder called atrial fibrillation took blood-thinning medications, a new study estimated.
Better treatment may prevent thousands of strokes
With average life expectancy now 81, and the first signs of age-related eye problems occurring in our early forties, we can expect to live with failing vision for half our lives.
Stay trim and eat those greens to save sight
Yet another reason to worry about global warming may be an increase in the number of women who develop diabetes during pregnancy, suggested a new study that found seasonal higher temperatures are tied to an increased risk for what's known as gestational diabetes.
Does weather influence women's risk of developing pregnancy diabetes?
Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center found the brain's mu opioid receptors are responsible for the depression-relieving effects of tianeptine.
Researchers find a new target for antidepressants
Researchers at the University of California at San Francisco, or UCSF, have found a technique to transplant cells into organs to treat disease and restore failing organs.
New surgery technique paves way to restore failing organs
Pensioners who eat a daily pot of yoghurt slash their risk of suffering from brittle bone syndrome by half, according to new research.
Yoghurt: Secret weapon against brittle bones
Parenting is hard. It’s arguably the hardest job in the world.
Four ways parents damage their children’s futures
The life-nurturing health benefits of breast milk are often attested.
Breast milk compound can help cure cancer

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