• Havanese is best dog for reducing stress By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    HAVANESE IS BEST DOG FOR REDUCING STRESS

    A study conducted by the the Kennel Club in London found that the Havanese produced the best calming effect. Researchers measured participants'...

    Stress
  • The double whammy that will cause you to put on weight By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    THE DOUBLE WHAMMY THAT WILL CAUSE YOU TO PUT ON WEIGHT

    Not exercising enough equates to weight gain of 1.7lbs for adults deemed at risk. Similar results were recorded for those who had restless...

    Sleep
  • Taiwanese man endured a week-long erection By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    TAIWANESE MAN ENDURED A WEEK-LONG ERECTION

    The unnamed patient told doctors at Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, in south-western Taiwan, that his erection began randomly...

    Hospital
  • Our 'selfish brain' wins when competing with muscle power By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    OUR 'SELFISH BRAIN' WINS WHEN COMPETING WITH MUSCLE POWER

    Researchers at Cambridge found a trade-off occurs when we have to think fast and work hard at the same time - and our 'selfish brain'...

    Power, Brain
  • Paleo can cause iodine deficiency and thyroid problems By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    PALEO CAN CAUSE IODINE DEFICIENCY AND THYROID PROBLEMS

    Women who adopted Paleo lost more weight than those on 'Nordic' diet, a study from five Swedish universities found. But they had lower...

    Diet
  • South Korean ingrown hair videos become online sensation By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    SOUTH KOREAN INGROWN HAIR VIDEOS BECOME ONLINE SENSATION

    The clips shared by the 35-year-old, from Seoul, have been viewed 254,000 times. The unlikely social media star has now attracted 102,000...

    Hair
  • Probiotics after vaccinations boost effectivness By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    PROBIOTICS AFTER VACCINATIONS BOOST EFFECTIVNESS

    University of Melbourne researchers reviewed 26 trials of people who consumed probiotics after getting various jabs to make the finding....

    Vaccination
  • 'Disfigured' grandmother has bra TATTOO after mastectomy By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    'DISFIGURED' GRANDMOTHER HAS BRA TATTOO AFTER MASTECTOMY

    Judy Lawrence, 53, from Washington State, US, hated her scarred breasts. After having them tattooed, which took 8 hours, her body confidence...

    Breasts, Breast
  • Is THIS Mexican boy the world's fattest baby? By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    IS THIS MEXICAN BOY THE WORLD'S FATTEST BABY?

    Luis Manuel, 10 months, from Tecoman in the western Mexican state of Colima, tips the scales at a mammoth 4st 10lbs. Doctors fear he...

    Baby
  • Newborn girl born with a giant red BALLOON-like growth By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    NEWBORN GIRL BORN WITH A GIANT RED BALLOON-LIKE GROWTH

    Angelica Hail Heachanova, eight days old, from the remote island of Boracay in the Philippines, has the small red bubble protruding...

    Eye
  • The DIY home health tests that could SAVE your life  By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    THE DIY HOME HEALTH TESTS THAT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE 

    Long work hours, expensive doctor appointments and embarrassing health issues have contributed to the popularity of do-it-yourself...

  • Marie Stopes abortion provider 'paid its staff bonuses' By Daily Mail   -   Oct 20, 2017

    MARIE STOPES ABORTION PROVIDER 'PAID ITS STAFF BONUSES'

    Inspectors found a policy -in place across all 70 Marie Stopes clinics in the UK - whereby staff were told to call women who had decided...

    Abortion
  • Pollution kills nine million each year, report finds By Daily Mail   -   Oct 19, 2017

    POLLUTION KILLS NINE MILLION EACH YEAR, REPORT FINDS

    Air pollution accounted for 6.5 million deaths on its own, a report published in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet found....

    Pollution
  • Dyslexia may be caused by an eye deformity By Daily Mail   -   Oct 19, 2017

    DYSLEXIA MAY BE CAUSED BY AN EYE DEFORMITY

    Dyslexia in some people may be linked to round spots in both eyes, that indicate neither eye is dominant, according to a new study...

    Eye
  • Men who had 5 oral sex partners have highest cancer risk By Daily Mail   -   Oct 19, 2017

    MEN WHO HAD 5 ORAL SEX PARTNERS HAVE HIGHEST CANCER RISK

    New research by Johns Hopkins shows oral infection with cancer-causing HPV was rare among women regardless of how many oral sex partners...

    Cancer
  • Insurance is a driving factor in black breast cancer death By Daily Mail   -   Oct 19, 2017

    INSURANCE IS A DRIVING FACTOR IN BLACK BREAST CANCER DEATH

    About 23 percent of US black women diagnosed with breast cancer in 2004-2013 had either no health insurance or had Medicaid coverage,...

    Cancer, Breast, Breasts
  • Dreaming and REM sleep improve health, expert says By Daily Mail   -   Oct 19, 2017

    DREAMING AND REM SLEEP IMPROVE HEALTH, EXPERT SAYS

    You don't just need to sleep to have good health, you need to dream, according to a sleep and dream specialist from the University...

    Sleep
  • Ten ways to relax after work without alcohol or food By Daily Mail   -   Oct 19, 2017

    TEN WAYS TO RELAX AFTER WORK WITHOUT ALCOHOL OR FOOD

    It can be difficult to switch off at the end of a stressful day. For our self-soothing special, Louise Chunn, founder of welldoing.org,...

    Stress, Food, Alcohol
  • SCHOOLS blamed for children not drinking enough water By Daily Mail   -   Oct 19, 2017

    SCHOOLS BLAMED FOR CHILDREN NOT DRINKING ENOUGH WATER

    Guidelines state 5-8 year-olds should have 5 glasses of water a day but most have under 2. And 32% go through entire school day having...

  • Man, 22, survives surgery to remove tumor from his face By Daily Mail   -   Oct 19, 2017

    MAN, 22, SURVIVES SURGERY TO REMOVE TUMOR FROM HIS FACE

    Lucas McCulley, 22, from Idaho, survived the surgery he raised funds for to have the tumor on his face removed. The operation marked...

    Tumors, Face