Acupuncture Could Be a Solution for Memory Loss

Research by Wuhan University has found that acupuncture when used on its own or with other treatments for mild cognitive impairment, a precursor to...

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...

Aids Campaigners Win NHS Court Battle

National Aids Trust (NAT), an Aids charity has won a High Court battle, allowing a preventative treatment for HIV to be funded by the...

Study finds no link between IVF treatment and breast cancer

Researchers have found no association between IVF treatment and increased risk of breast cancer in a study that was deemed highly important because 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...

Bacteria outsmart antibiotics by sharing their weapons, study says

Antibiotic resistance is becoming a major issue with as many as 23,000 people dying in the US alone because of bacterial infections that have...

Jet Lag Worst when Flying East and Ways to Recover

Those flying to east - for example from United States to Europe - are likely to have a far worse jet lag compared to...

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...

Thumb-Sucking and Nail-Biting Children Less Likely to Develop Allergies

Bad habits such as thumb-sucking and nail biting may have some benefit attached says a new study while also strongly advocating against encouraging children...

Self-Administered Brain Stimulation Not a Good Idea Say Researchers

People looking to enhance their cognitive abilities have been joining the "do-it-yourself" transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) bandwagon and this according to a team...