• Tracking pigeons could help us fight disease By Daily Mail   -   Feb 17, 2018

    TRACKING PIGEONS COULD HELP US FIGHT DISEASE

    A researcher from the University of California suggests we could gather a focus group of pigeons to track as they consume the same...

    Pollution
  • Sex tips to get pregnant By Daily Mail   -   Feb 17, 2018

    SEX TIPS TO GET PREGNANT

    One in every eight couples struggles to get pregnant. While there is no magic potion, three experts told Daily Mail Online why having...

    Pregnant
  • How witnessing violence harms children's mental health By Daily Mail   -   Feb 17, 2018

    HOW WITNESSING VIOLENCE HARMS CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH

    Children with high levels of exposure to violence like this week's deadly school shooting in Broward County, Florida, are more likely...

    Depression
  • We may all have stem cells stored on chips to test drugs By Daily Mail   -   Feb 17, 2018

    WE MAY ALL HAVE STEM CELLS STORED ON CHIPS TO TEST DRUGS

    The staggering development could revolutionize the idea of 'personalized medicine' - and could also overhaul the drug approvals market.

    Drugs
  • Alzheimer's drug could reverse effects of teen drinking By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    ALZHEIMER'S DRUG COULD REVERSE EFFECTS OF TEEN DRINKING

    A drug commonly used to prevent mental decline in patients with dementia reportedly reversed the effects of alcohol exposure in adolescent...

    Drugs, Alcohol, Alzheimer, Adolescence
  • 79 MILLION women have HPV but 13% of girls have the shot By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    79 MILLION WOMEN HAVE HPV BUT 13% OF GIRLS HAVE THE SHOT

    CDC figures show there has been an 89 percent decrease in rates among girls aged 14 to 24 who have received the shot since 2006. But...

  • Soul Sisters reveal exercises for people with back pain By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    SOUL SISTERS REVEAL EXERCISES FOR PEOPLE WITH BACK PAIN

    London-based physical trainers and sisters Maddy and Alex Weaver shared a core workout routine with Daily Mail Online that can be performed...

  • Flu has killed 84 children in the US By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    FLU HAS KILLED 84 CHILDREN IN THE US

    Flu activity in the US remained stable from last week to this one, a first for this season. It is a hopeful sign, but pediatric deaths...

    Hospital, Flu
  • Poor gut health could affect MEMORY By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    POOR GUT HEALTH COULD AFFECT MEMORY

    University of California researchers have shown gut affects sleep and memory. But each person's gut needs are very different - some...

    Sleep
  • Dad's heartbreak at ‘losing his smile' to cancer By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    DAD'S HEARTBREAK AT ‘LOSING HIS SMILE' TO CANCER

    James Parkin, 41, from Bramley, Hampshire, has been left unable to smile after doctors discovered his 'toothache' symptoms were a rare...

    Cancer
  • People are attempting DIY fecal transplants By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    PEOPLE ARE ATTEMPTING DIY FECAL TRANSPLANTS

    Experts are increasingly concerned by the hot trend for DIY fecal transplants, saying participants are opening themselves up to a range...

  • Baby born with heart outside her chest is turning three By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    BABY BORN WITH HEART OUTSIDE HER CHEST IS TURNING THREE

    Kieran Veitz, two, underwent an extensive surgery when she was just minutes old. Today is her parents describer her as a hard-headed,...

    Baby
  • Secretaries drafted onto front line in NHS staffing crisis By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    SECRETARIES DRAFTED ONTO FRONT LINE IN NHS STAFFING CRISIS

    Secretaries and admin staff took on ward duties in a Lincolnshire hospital after it was hit with a staffing crisis after Diana, Princess...

    Hospital
  • Women opt for cosmetic surgery to get a 'designer vagina' By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    WOMEN OPT FOR COSMETIC SURGERY TO GET A 'DESIGNER VAGINA'

    The quest for physical perfection and anti-ageing is moving south with women undergoing cosmetic surgery to get 'designer vaginas'.

  • Father's stress changes brain development in children By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    FATHER'S STRESS CHANGES BRAIN DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN

    Researchers from the University of Maryland found stress changes the father's sperm, which can then alter the brain development of...

    Stress, Child, Brain
  • Ketamine eases depression in just 30 minutes By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    KETAMINE EASES DEPRESSION IN JUST 30 MINUTES

    Researchers from Zhejiang University in China found ketamine controls the transmission of electrical signals via nerve cells in rodents....

    Depression, Brain
  • Girl, 6, died despite getting flu shot By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    GIRL, 6, DIED DESPITE GETTING FLU SHOT

    Nevaeh Hernandez, 6, of North Bergen, New Jersey, died from the flu on Monday. Her family is considering legal action against a hospital...

    Hospital, Flu
  • Woman's acne turns out to be rare skin condition By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    WOMAN'S ACNE TURNS OUT TO BE RARE SKIN CONDITION

    EXCLUSIVE: India Kelly, 24, from Essex describes her experience with rosacea which caused her face to 'erupt' into terrible blotchy...

    Skin, Face, Acne
  • Forgetting forgetfulness: more likely to have dementia By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    FORGETTING FORGETFULNESS: MORE LIKELY TO HAVE DEMENTIA

    Older people unaware they have memory problems are almost three times more likely to develop dementia within the next two years, according...

  • Grandfather is the first in Britain to have a 3D ribcage By Daily Mail   -   Feb 16, 2018

    GRANDFATHER IS THE FIRST IN BRITAIN TO HAVE A 3D RIBCAGE

    Peter Maggs, 71, from Abergavenny, lost ribs and half his breastbone after having a tennis ball-sized tumour removed from his chest....