In a medical first, a French surgeon says he has performed a second face transplant on the same patient
To lose weight, or just avoid gaining it, pasta is not one of the harmful carbs that needs to be sacrificed, researchers say
Dry eye, which causes pain and vision problems, is more common in women and with age, and is related to inflammation.
And can sometimes lead to stroke
A severe brain injury increased the risk of later dementia by 35 percent compared with a person who never had brain trauma. A mild brain injury increased the risk by 17 percent
The world is set for a warming of three degrees Celsius or more above pre-industrial times,far above a goal of keeping a rise in temperatures “well below” 2C under the 2015 Paris Agreement among almost 200 nations.
WHO’s cancer agency moved coffee off the “possible carcinogen” list two years ago, though it says evidence is insufficient to rule out any possible role.
There are few recreational activities for women in the densely-populated enclave of two million people
Experts praise the efficiency, but some say the technology raises privacy and data security concerns
Priced at 7,728 euros ($9,489) and covered in edible gold, the chocolate has a filling of saffron threads, white truffle, vanilla from Madagascar and gold flakes.
For somebody who doesn’t want to get sick, “get in that window seat and don’t move,” researchers say.
People exposed to seawater are 86 percent more likely to experience any type of illness and more than twice as likely to have an earache
Compared to nonsmokers, people who currently smoked were 60 percent more likely to develop high-frequency hearing loss
The concept is called the ripple effect and it means that weight loss interventions delivered to one spouse have unintended, but positive benefits on the other spouse
Among his American customers were Jacqueline Kennedy, who wore one of his designs to President John F. Kennedy’s funeral in 1963, and movie goddess Grace Kelly, who became Princess of Monaco.
More than two-thirds of the 1,500 acid attacks worldwide each year are estimated to take place in India, many by enraged family members or jilted partners.
Every 10 percent increase in the amount of heavily processed foods and drinks people consumed was associated with a 12 percent higher risk of developing all cancers
Médecins du Monde (MdM) has initiated this month a series of training courses continuing until 29 April for primary ...
People who smoke e-cigarettes might have an increased risk of developing pneumonia because the vapor could help bacteria stick to cells lining the airways, an experiment suggests.
The World Health Organization warned that a cholera epidemic in Yemen that killed more than 2,000 people could flare up again in the rainy season.
Soccer training is an effective broad-spectrum prevention and treatment of lifestyle diseases for participants across the lifespan, independent of age, gender, fitness level or soccer skills
Antidepressants are routinely used worldwide yet there remains considerable debate about their effectiveness and tolerability
SIDS deaths are still far more common than strangulation and suffocation fatalities and are the most common cause of sleep-related fatalities
Men who were short at age 7 were 10 percent more likely to have an ischemic stroke and 11 percent more likely to have a hemorrhagic stroke