GPs are told by infection control nurses and Primary Care Trusts to remove toys from their waiting and consulting rooms, as they may harm children by spreading germs. However, according to the Care Quality Commission, they do not pose any such danger and there is no evidence for the same, the health regulator, on Monday said, adding that the local health authorities should stop issuing such false advice. GP practices are now having to register with the CQC, which regulates health and social care...
According to new research, children born to obese mothers face health problems stemming from the womb.
According to researchers at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College, teen-friendly movies without smoking scenes would deter adolescents from picking up a cigarette.
Men have a greater number of knee ligament injuries than women.
If fertility drugs actually help a women get pregnant or not, determines the risk at which they are, of contracting breast cancer, claims a latest research.
After many a reports and researches on the ill effects of skin getting sunburned, here is something quite contrary to the previous findings.
Researchers found that overweight and obese people did not have an increased risk of death when compared to those with normal weight.
New York University researchers are saying that have developed a new technique to reduce or eliminate skin scars.
After a federal review legal drive against pain killer Oxycodone makers is being implemented
A recent research in Sweden has associated consumption of antipsychotic medications by pregnant women to them having an increased risk of developing diabetes.
It is an old wisdom that a massage immediately after a muscle injury, helps it heal faster.
According to a new UCLA study, men and women suffering with advanced heart failure and obesity are at significantly less risk for adverse outcomes.
A team of University of Colorado School of Medicine obesity researchers concludes that "what the nation needs is a new battle plan - one that replaces the emphasis on widespread food restriction and weight loss with an emphasis on helping people achieve 'energy balance' at a healthy body weight."
New Study Finds Increase in Track-Related Injuries Among Youth in the United States.
It is here, at a medical marijuana plantation atop the hills of the Galilee, where researchers say they have developed marijuana that can be used to ease the symptoms of some ailments without getting patients high.