Researchers say patients are scared into invasive treatments for conditions unlikely to do harm
The super-spicy snack, set to get its own origin-story film, has been blamed for a teenager’s emergency gallbladder surgery
People buying drinks with over 150mg of caffeine per litre will be asked to provide proof of age
Using drugs or diet to reduce levels of asparagine may benefit patients, say researchers
We’d like to understand more about the effects of psychological burnout because of overwork. Share your experiences and tell us what helped you through it
Exclusive: health experts warn increasing popularity of industrially-made food will lead to negative effects such as obesity and poor health
Annabelle has been using an Apple iPod Shuffle but the battery is going. Is there a cheap and suitable music player she should replace it with?
Link between drinking and cancer clarified by study which indicates alcohol causes cancer by scrambling DNA in cells, eventually leading to mutations
A study has found a link between hot tea and a lower risk of glaucoma, but experts say there’s no evidence that a cuppa will protect you from the condition
Some automation brings benefits, says Roger Backhouse, but people need human interaction too; while 13 signatories to a letter say that Christmas is the perfect time to tackle the UK’s loneliness epidemic
Many of the body’s cells regenerate – but not the brain’s, explains Daniel Glaser
Neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero is in the news again, claiming to have performed the first successful human head transplant. But even cursory analysis reveals that he hasn’t. And scientific logic suggests he never will
In the U.S. state of Ohio, drug addiction is rampant. The country is inundated with cheap drugs. Police in the small town of East Liverpool are waging a desperate battle against dealers and illegal...
The startle response is a universal human reaction – and with trick or treat, we create it in a controlled way for pleasure, says Daniel Glaser
Popcorn may be a whole grain but it often comes cooked in oil and covered in sugar, salt and flavourings. So how healthy is it really?
Most doctors only address the symptoms, but the disease can be beaten into remission. However, it requires losing a lot of weight – and keeping it off
Mike Papantonio discusses how there are growing dangers for tourists lurking in Mexico – dangers that have been linked to at least one American death. Growing Danger of Counterfeit Alcohol Video Credit: RT America...
Scientists are racing to make replacement human organs with 3D printers. But while the technology’s possibilities are exciting, already there are fears we could be ‘playing God’
Portman Group and Drinkaware among those accused by academics of obscuring heightened risks of cancer in drinkers
Novartis medication marketed as Kymriah treats most common type of childhood cancer, but some fear it could spur wave of highly expensive drugs
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