5 Shocking Health Stories: Orgasms, Pets Using Cannabis and HIV

This week sees a surprising mix of health news developments including: how socks can increase orgasms, a new HIV drug in the U.K. and...

New Study: Smartphone Usage Linked to Social Anxiety

Chinese Researchers have found that people with high social anxiety had fewer incoming phone calls than people who were more sociable. Health and fitness apps...

New Obesity Treatment Device AspireAssist Gets FDA Nod

AspireAssist, a new obesity treatment device, has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration - a device that helps provide effective control...

Sharing Selfies Can Make You Happier and More Confident

Research by Computer scientists at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) has found that taking selfies on your cellphone increases positive feelings amongst college...

Dry Eye Disease Drug Xiidra Lands FDA Approval

As many as 16 million people in the US will soon be able to get treatment for dry eye disease after the US Food...

Do Japanese Work themselves to Death? Yes Says New Study

The Japanese Government’s first examination of ‘Karoshi’ or ‘death from overwork’ has unveiled that staff at 12 percent of companies put in more than...

Understanding Hepatitis B and Its Implications

Hepatitis B is supposed to be a liver infection. It could result in liver failure, scarring of the liver and even cancer. If not...

Brits Take A ‘Digital Detox’ As Six In Ten Are Addicted To Smartphones

Research from the regulator Ofcom has found that Brits are taking a “digital detox” with 34 per cent of internet users taking a period...

Plant-Based Diet Said to Substantially Reduce Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

A vegetarian diet may not be something that everyone would prefer, but as studies have pointed out time and again, it is one of...

Artificial Sweeteners Make You Eat More

Are you consuming artificial sweeteners in order to keep your glucose levels in check? They will certainly do the job, but one thing that...