South Africa is planning to implement a sugar tax to be able to halt the country’s growing overweight and its obesity epidemic.
Though the man is already paying child support and wants to have a relationship with the child, he still wants the woman to compensate him for the emotional, professional and financial impact of the birth.
Around 654 bottles of vodka with 81 percent alcohol concentration are affected by the recall.
An innocent child’s picture is being used by a woman as she fraudulently asks for donations around New York for the supposedly funeral of her son.
A new research reveals that air pollution may alter bacteria present in the respiratory tract and trigger them to resist antibiotics.
Wine-infused coffee is now one of the most sought after flavor among coffee lovers after the product was introduced through a news release late February.
A recent large-scale study reveals that individuals with autoimmune conditions have higher risks of developing dementia later in life.
Swallowing metal poses great health risks which is why Quorn has ordered an immediate recall of their product. They pointed out that the recall is limited to Tesco stores only and any products purchased prior to February 27, 2017 are not affected.
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Advancement in medical technology is paving the way in the possibility of cryogenically freezing organs, without damaging their tissues and may be available for later use of patients.
Teenagers who eat poorly will likely to develop early breast cancer or a form of cancer in the future as suggested by experts.
A new compound found in soil bacteria has been recently discovered to be a potential drug that can help fight tuberculosis.
Madison Arseneault experienced partial paralysis, cognitive impairment and other symptoms as a result of being impaled by a golf club.
Scientists altered the genetic instructions in the teen’s bone marrow so that it will produce healthy red blood cells.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.