Gene therapy reverses sight loss

By BBC A genetic therapy has improved the vision of patients who would otherwise have gone blind. A clinical study by British scientists has shown that the improvement is long-lasting and so the therapy is suitable...

14 seemingly harmless things you eat, drink, and use all the time that could...

By Business Insider Water may seem like the least harmful substance, but drinking too much of it can kill. So can too much of other things that most of us take for granted ‚ÄĒ from caffeine...

5 daily 20-minute habits that will make you a happier person

By Business Insider Happiness. Such a simple word. Such an important word. Happiness matters for everyone, even if what it means varies from person to person. Despite the differences in what defines happiness for each person,...

E-cigarettes should be offered to smokers, say doctors

By BBC Smokers should be offered and encouraged to use e-cigarettes to help them quit, says a leading medical body. The Royal College of Physicians says there is resounding evidence that e-cigarettes are "much safer" than...

Drinking Low-Fat or Skim Milk Might Not Be Healthier After All

By Woman'sDay Go ahead, reach for the full-fat stuff. If you've been pouring skim milk over your morning cereal because you think it's healthier, you might want to reconsider. More and more large-scale studies are coming out...

Why It’s Hard to Sleep in a New Place, According to Science

By Woman'sDay Turns out, part of your brain is always keeping watch. "Did you sleep alright?" This question, often directed at houseguests over the breakfast table, isn't just common courtesy; turns out, it's rooted in science. For...

6 Ways to Get the Most Out of Walking

By CountryLivingUK It's been scientifically proven that walking is good for our health, but here's how to make the most of the time you spend exercising. It's widely understood that walking could actually save your life. But...
File photo dated 03/10/14 of a nurse giving a patient a diabetes test, as insulin-dependent, or Type 1, diabetes may increase the risk of some cancers and reduce the chances of developing others, new research has shown.

Scientists solve a major Diabetes mystery

By Huffington Post Scientists have taken a big step in better understanding how Type 1 diabetes wreaks havoc on the body, which could lead to novel ways to both treat and prevent the disease. It...

U.S. Habitat Protections denied for endangered Bat species

By Reuters U.S. wildlife officials have decided against setting aside protected habitat for the cave dwellings of an imperiled species of bats, saying that doing so might draw the attention of vandals who would...

Flu jabs ‘more effective in morning’

By BBC Morning flu jabs provoke a stronger immune response than those given in the afternoon, a study shows. The trial at 24 doctors' practices found people vaccinated before lunch produced the most defensive antibodies. The University...
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