More than a million people in Britain are lonely and they are scared to admit their predicament, a new survey revealed.
The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, and American Billionaire, Bill Gates, joined hands to fund $4.3 billion fight against malaria for the next 15 years
Nearly 38, 000 NHS staff and healthcare personnel participated in a nationwide 24-hour picketing in the UK causing almost 4, 000 healthcare services cancelled or postponed
Ofcom has mentioned Christmas fairy lights can cause radio interference.
Atlantic Puffins and European Turtle Doves are amongst the species that have been named as the endangered species for birds by the International Union for Conservation of Nature
A recent study investigating the link between low vitamin D status and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) among British children has suggested a genetic variant association with the disease's severity.
One in three women strippers in the UK are students from middle-class families, according to a new study. Researchers said students are working as strip club dancers so that they could fund their studies or they might find it exciting.
A UK study found that the average makeup bag costs around $165.
A UK study found that a 20 percent tax on soft drinks could cut the obesity rate by 1.3 percent.
An English couple welcomed home their identical triplets after beating the odds of 160,000 to one.
By 2016, e-cigarettes will be regulated as medicine in the United Kingdom.
A new survey conducted by the Food Standards Agency in the United Kingdom found that one in three people ignore the use by date on their produce.
Using the genetic sequencing firm Illumina, the test will provide information about 97 genes that influence the risk of cancer.
A 42-year-old UK man was left screaming in agony when a cheap shower gel he was using burned off a layer of skin on his penis and testicles.
An independent review commissioned by the UK's Department of Health called the cosmetic industry a "crisis waiting to happen" and stated that more regulations need to be implemented on both surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures.
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.