The Drink That Kills 184,000 People Every Year

By CheatSheet There are many products that we know are terrible for our health, yet allow ourselves to consume regardless. Obviously, a two of the most prominent are tobacco and alcohol — which, though coming...

Should I Be Eating Soy?

By LIVESTRONG.com It happens again and again. There’s a food that the public eats — one that mankind has consumed for a very long time. Someone publishes research that associates that food with a negative...

How Losing Weight Changes in Your 20s, 30s, and 40s

By Women's Health  Late-night eats, pregnancy weight that won’t budge, and a declining metabolism: No matter how old you are, there’s always something that can keep you from your goal weight. But with the right strategy,...

Youngest conjoined sisters separated

By BBC Doctors in Switzerland say they have separated eight-day-old conjoined sisters, believed to be the youngest babies to be successfully parted. The twins, born in December, were fused at the liver and chest. Swiss media say...

How This Healthy Snack Could Help Fight Diabetes

By Cheatsheet Diabetes is an epidemic that many Americans face today, most without even knowing they are prediabetic. However, there are steps you can take if you’ve fallen victim to this precursor. Like pistachios? Well,...

Gates pledges cash to beat malaria

By BBC Chancellor George Osborne and philanthropist Bill Gates have announced £3bn in funding over the next five years to tackle malaria. Britain will give £500m a year from its overseas aid budget. And The Gates...

Ebola: $5m vaccine deal announced

By BBC The Vaccine Alliance, Gavi, has signed a $5m (£3.5m) deal for an Ebola vaccine, to protect against future outbreaks of the deadly disease. The deal commits pharmaceutical company Merck to keeping 300,000 vaccines ready...

Pregnant? Eat fish, your babies will be smarter!

By Reuters Health. When mothers eat three sizeable servings of fish each week during pregnancy it may benefit children’s brains for years to come, according to a large study in Spain. Researchers followed nearly 2,000 mother-child...

Sleeping in on weekends may help reduce diabetes risk

By Reuters Health Getting too little sleep during the week can increase some risk factors for diabetes, but sleeping late on weekends might help improve the picture, a small U.S. study suggests. Researchers conducted a sleep...

Cancer treatment for MS hailed

By BBC UK doctors in Sheffield say patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) are showing "remarkable" improvements after receiving a treatment usually used for cancer. About 20 patients have received bone marrow transplants using their own stem...
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