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Teens are jetlagged on Mondays, sleep researchers claim

Teenagers are jetlagged on Mondays – and not because they’ve just come back off holiday, sleep researchers claim. Laying in all weekend and staying ... read more

Chemicals released after exercise can slow breast cancer

Exercise has long been linked to better outcomes for women with breast cancer – and a recent study might explain why. According to researchers from Denmar... read more

Global Burden of Disease: bad diet linked to 1 in 5 deaths

Poor diet is linked to one in five deaths worldwide, a major report has concluded. The finding was published today, forming part of the Global Burden of Disease... read more

Next are selling plus-sized clothing for THREE years-olds 

Controversial? Next’s Plus Fit range caters for youngsters aged from 3 to 16-years-old  High-street retailer Next is selling plus-sized apparel for toddl... read more

Cheshire student displays amazing weight-loss through diet

A woman who piled on four stone thanks to an unhealthy diet at university has dropped the weight – and revealed her impressively toned physique – by... read more

Psychotherapist says it’s best to shout at your partner

Time and again I speak to women who tell me: ‘I don’t like the person my husband turns me into.’ They claim that the awful things he says and does brings ... read more

Bald men are perceived as being more dominant

Men, don’t worry about losing your hair as you age. It makes you look more powerful, according to research. The bald look, adopted by Bruce Willis, Vin Di... read more

Women reveal ‘excrucating pain’ caused by laser treatment

More women are speaking out against a beauty treatment that they said caused excruciating pain and left them with permanent scars.  Deb Collins, Michelle Abery... read more

Third-hand smoke exposure cripples your liver and brain

Third-hand smoke exposure can cripple your brain and liver, affecting your mannerisms, increasing your risk of neurodegenerative diseases, and ruining your meta... read more

Maintaining a steady weight helps you avoid hypertension

People who yo-yo diet are more likely to have high blood pressure, which can lead to fatal heart attacks and strokes, a new study has revealed. Researchers who ... read more

Preeclampsia causes lifelong heart issues for women

A complication suffered by millions of pregnant women can lead to potentially fatal heart trouble within a month of giving birth, warns new research. Preeclamps... read more

Apple-shaped women at risk of a deadlier breast cancer

Apple-shaped women are at risk of developing a deadlier form of breast cancer, a new study suggests.  But those who have a pear-shaped figure, with fat stored ... read more

Selena Gomez’ lupus disease side effects

Selena Gomez revealed that she underwent kidney transplant surgery as she continues to struggle with chronic lupus disease. Lupus is a debilitating illness whe... read more

Lady Gaga shares her struggles with fibromalygia

Lady Gaga will release a documentary describing her struggle with chronic pain and how she has learned to live with the disease. Fibromyalgia is a disorder that... read more

‘Super injection’ delivers several doses of drug at once

A super injection has been invented which can deliver several doses of a drug at once. The single jab offers hope for people who are scared of needles, and coul... read more

NHS will face a ‘winter of woe’, surgeons warn

The NHS will face a ‘winter of woe’ unless patients are discharged quicker to free up beds for more operations, leading surgeons have warned. The Ro... read more

Woman cured of acid reflux that left her unable to swallow

Anna Lavinas, 36, from Croydon, struggled with her heartburn symptoms ever since childhood before undergoing surgery A woman whose enjoyment of life was being r... read more

Blackpool residents are more at risk of liver disease

People from Blackpool are nearly eight times as likely to die from liver disease as those from Norfolk, new research reveals. Some 30.1 per 100,000 people from ... read more

Parasite in cats’ faeces may cause Alzheimer’s and CANCER 

A parasite commonly found in cats faeces may cause Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and even cancer, new research suggests. Toxoplasma gondii, which is carr... read more

Watch emotional moment a woman can hear her husband’s kiss

This is the emotional moment a deaf woman wept as she heard her husband’s kiss for the first time thanks to a cochlear implant.  A video of the tender mo... read more

Your STOOLS reveal whether you can lose weight 

Your stools reveal whether you can lose weight, new research suggests. People cannot shed the pounds without a specific bacteria in their faeces, even if they e... read more

What a fitness guru would order at a FAST FOOD chain

You would think that a fitness model who has won competitions for his incredibly toned physique would never set foot in a fast food restaurant. But personal tra... read more

Leeds woman says facial paralysis makes her more confident

An inspiring woman has learnt to embrace the extreme facial paralysis that has left her with an ‘upside-down smile’ to such an extent she turned dow... read more

Antidepressants raise the risk of an early death by 33%

Taking antidepressants could increase the risk of an early death by a third, a major study suggests. The drugs – among the most commonly prescribed in the UK ... read more