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'Saggy boobs' study seeks volunteers for bra research
Scientists in Portsmouth hope their study will explain why some women's breasts stay perky.

Mental health disorders among England's young has risen in recent years
First figures on the state of young people's mental health in England in 13 years have been released.

Mom of 3 expecting twins needs bone marrow donor to save life
A California mother of three due to give birth to twins in the coming weeks is in search of a bone marrow donor to help save her life.

Get a flu shot and other tips to avoid suffering during influenza season
Here are 5 things you need to know about this year's flu season.

Lack of insulin could affect 40 million people with diabetes by 2030, study finds
A study led by researchers at Stanford University suggests insulin use for type 2 diabetes will rise globally, but many with disease won't have access.

Low-Protein & A High-Carbohydrate Diet Is Ideal For Healthy Brain Ageing & Warding Off Dementia
Low-Protein & A High-Carbohydrate Diet Is Ideal For Longevity & Health Brain Ageing. Having such a diet could lead to protective benefits in parts of the brain responsible for learning and memory. A low-protein high-carbohydrate diet was found to protect the …

Air pollution may up risk of intellectual disability in kids, says study
Study found children with intellectual disabilities were more likely than their peers to live in areas with high outdoor air pollution.

Heart attacks among pregnant women are rising. Here's what expectant mothers should know
Heart attacks among pregnant women are rising. Cardiologist Rahool Karnik discusses what expectant mothers should know about their risks.

Is your child experiencing vomiting and diarrohea? Probiotics won't treat stomach flu
The better solution is to feed the patients with fresh fruits and vegetables.

Early diagnosis means successful treatment: 2 men living with HIV in Greece share their experience
Late diagnosis of HIV remains a challenge across the WHO European Region. Every second newly diagnosed person has already reached an advanced stage of the infection. In the European Union/European Economic Area, the latest data from 2017 show that almost 90% …

Hypnotherapy could help relieve irritable bowel syndrome symptoms
Gut-directed hypnotherapy delivered by psychologists appears as effective in group or individual sessions, potentially offering a new treatment option for irritable bowel syndrome in primary and secondary care.

Poor die nearly 10 years earlier than rich in UK, study says
A troubling gap in life expectancy among the rich and poor has emerged in the United Kingdom, and researchers say it also has been seen in the United States.

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