Hangovers (partly) to blame on your genes - study
Hangovers (partly) to blame on your genes - study

Australian research indicates genetics account for half of the reason why one person wakes up hungover and another not.

1D cure for age unhappiness
1D cure for age unhappiness

Experts on the process of ageing are recommending a dose of One Direction as part of their prescription for a happy and…

E-cigarettes serious health threat -WHO
E-cigarettes serious health threat -WHO

Governments should ban the sale of e-cigarettes to minors because they pose a "serious threat" to foetuses and young people…

Parents set bad example by staying glued to smartphones
Parents set bad example by staying glued to smartphones

Families are getting worse at communicating, parenting groups warn, as parents fail to set a good example to their children…

Health & Wellbeing

Concern over 'sex superbug'
Concern over 'sex superbug'

Concerns are mounting over a powerful new form of gonorrhoea after a patient was found to have the highest…

Why the 'hair of the dog' really works

A new book examining the science of alcohol - and its adverse effects - suggests 'the hair of the dog' really is the only…

Dave Shaw: Fat shaming needs to stop

Shame is no friend to health promotion. Yet, the way obese people are seen by the public is becoming increasingly similar…

'50 Shades' dangers revealed

Women who read 'Fifty Shades of Grey' are more likely to have abusive partners and eating disorders, according to academics…

Louise Thompson: Magic forex formula
Louise Thompson: Magic forex formula

As i was travelling through beautiful Bali a while back, a taxi driver said something very interesting…

Breakthrough offers hope for diabetics

A cure for diabetes is a step closer after scientists found what they believe is the root cause of the disease.

Penis birth defect unexplained

A condition which causes baby boys to be born with deformed penises is becoming more common in Sweden, for reasons unknown…

'Shock and kill' approach cures mice of HIV in world first

A combination of four drugs can flush out HIV-infected cells from hidden reservoirs in the body and kill them with a boost…

Teen not told of chemo infertility risk
Teen not told of chemo infertility risk

Hospital staff have been criticised after a 14-year-old cancer patient was not told about the risk of…

Breastfeeding mums cut postnatal depression risk in half

Women who do not breastfeed their babies are at a higher risk of postnatal depression, according to a major study of more…

Obese people at riske of dementia - research

People who are obese could be putting themselves at risk of dementia in later life, new research suggests.

Botox could slow cancer

Botox has frozen the faces of countless Hollywood stars, and international researchers said Wednesday the toxic injections…

Shelley Bridgeman: Why is healthcare so hard?

What's your experience of being processed by healthcare providers? Shelley Bridgeman has been less than impressed.

Smoking can hurt grandkids
Smoking can hurt grandkids

Smoking during pregnancy can affect the growth of a woman’s future grandchildren, a new study has warned…

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Exercise

Making them run faster, jump higher
Making them run faster, jump higher

If athletes were race cars, Professor Michael McGuigan of AUT University's Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand…

Exercise and diet go hand in hand
Can running be bad for you?
Un-processing processed food
Dave Shaw: Reduce stress, eat well, be healthy
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