How to get the perfect amount of sleep based on your sleep cycles

LONDON, Mar 22: For a lot of people, getting to bed early is a real challenge. Every morning, you wake up feeling shattered and...

Rare Cancer From Breast Implants Linked to 9 Deaths, FDA Reports

WASHINGTON, Mar 22: Nine people may have died from a rare cancer linked to breast implants, according to the Food and Drug Administration. However,...

6 foods with surprisingly high amounts of salt

LONDON, Mar 21: Excess salt is not confined to frozen pizzas and chips. It sneaks into a number of unsuspecting foods. There are public health...

Babies can now relax at their very own day spa

NEW YORK, Mar 21: Many women dream their whole lives of having a day at the spa. Well, some babies are living out that...

Obese Young Men Face Higher Risk for Liver Disease

LONDON, Mar 21: Young men who were overweight or obese had a higher risk of developing severe liver disease or liver cancer later in...

Video games linked to sexism in teenagers, new study finds

PARIS, Mar 18: The more time a teenage spends on video gaming, the likelier he or she is to display sexist attitudes and gender...

Scientists Reverse Type 2 Diabetes with Intensive Medical Treatment

LONDON, Mar 18: Scientists have reversed Type 2 diabetes in a study of patients who underwent intensive medical treatment to control their blood sugar...

Researchers look for correlation between smartphone usage, less drug use

NEW YORK, Mar 18: Researchers are keen to examine if there is any link between the increasing usage of smartphones with the decreasing consumption...

World Sleep Day: 6 myths about sleep that aren’t actually true

ISLAMABAD, Mar 17: Today is World Sleep Day. So, erm, celebrate by getting some sleep, because it’s bloody well important. Despite it being something we’ve...

The simple way to reduce stress and anxiety, according to new research

Sydney, Mar 17: We all know that fruit and vegetables are packed with healthy vitamins and nutrients, which is why we're advised to aim...