Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Low-calorie pizza and burgers won’t fix our child obesity crisis

The latest push to tackle growing waistlines among England's children is a call to cut calories in junk food. It won't work wonders, warns Tom Sanders via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Low-calorie pizza and burgers won’t fix our child obesity crisis

The latest push to tackle growing waistlines among England's children is a call to cut calories in junk food. It won't work wonders, warns Tom Sanders via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Low-calorie pizza and burgers won’t fix our child obesity crisis

The latest push to tackle growing waistlines among England's children is a call to cut calories in junk food. It won't work wonders, warns Tom Sanders via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Low-calorie pizza and burgers won’t fix our child obesity crisis

The latest push to tackle growing waistlines among England's children is a call to cut calories in junk food. It won't work wonders, warns Tom Sanders via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

How to stop 'doctor brides' from dropping out in Pakistan

Many female doctors in Pakistan drop out when they start a family. There's a new scheme to help them continue in practice by doing online video clinics on their laptops. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Monday, 21 August 2017

Low-calorie pizza and burgers won’t fix our child obesity crisis

The latest push to tackle growing waistlines among England's children is a call to cut calories in junk food. It won't work wonders, warns Tom Sanders via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Low-calorie pizza and burgers won’t fix our child obesity crisis

The latest push to tackle growing waistlines among England's children is a call to cut calories in junk food. It won't work wonders, warns Tom Sanders via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

New vision and strengthened partnership for WHO and China

21 August 2017 | GENEVA – WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus concluded a 3-day official visit to the People’s Republic of China paving the way for stronger and more strategic WHO-China collaborations. Outcomes of his visit included a new financial contribution to WHO from China, and strengthened commitments to improve the health of billions of people in the 60 countries in the Belt and Road Initiative. via WHO news Read More Here..

Low-calorie pizza and burgers won’t fix our child obesity crisis

The latest push to tackle growing waistlines among England's children is a call to cut calories in junk food. It won't work wonders, warns Tom Sanders via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Low-calorie pizza and burgers won’t fix our child obesity crisis

The latest push to tackle growing waistlines among England's children is a call to cut calories in junk food. It won't work wonders, warns Tom Sanders via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Psychedelic medicine: the potential, the people, the politics

Doing science with psychedelics has unique challenges, but the rewards could be mind-blowing. New Scientist looks at the state of play as things begin to ramp up via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Guatemala City hospital 'gang attack' leaves seven dead

Suspected gang members open fire while trying to free a jailed leader who was in hospital. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Spanish woman 'crushed between floors' in Seville hospital lift

The Spanish woman was being wheeled out of a lift when it began moving upwards, reports say. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Solar eclipse 2017: What you need to know

A few tips on the rare cosmic event, which last stretched across the US coast to coast 99 years ago. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

'Weekend Warriors' Tend to Wear White Collars

Desk jobs keep them seated all week, but they catch up on exercise on Saturday and Sunday, study finds

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Awesome awe: The emotion that gives us superpowers

Awe is so powerful it alters your sense of self, connects you with humanity and boosts your mind and body. And there's a surprising way to get more of it via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

'Healthy people get lung cancer too'

Vicky Veness shared a photo of herself looking healthy that was taken just hours before she was diagnosed. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stephen Hawking: I'm worried about the future of the NHS

Cambridge professor criticises health secretary and warns about role of private sector in the NHS. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Time spent frail in old age 'doubles'

More care homes are needed as an ageing population puts pressure on services, researchers suggest. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Calories in popular foods must be cut, say health officials

Health officials target pizzas, burgers and ready meals to help tackle child obesity in government drive. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Glasgow School of Art project personalises prosthetic limbs

A group of artisans are working with amputees in an effort to make artificial limbs more personal. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

'I felt awful'

A bacterial infection spread through the former England rugby player's body after he was bitten. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Dad gets tattoo of brain shunt after daughter's surgery

Chloe Hickenbottom-Marriott says she doesn't feel lonely any more after her dad's show of support. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Masks for smear test patients in Thailand

A health clinic in Thailand is handing out masks to encourage more women to attend their cervical smear tests. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Sunday, 20 August 2017

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stephen Hawking: 'I wouldn't be here without the NHS'

The scientist backed the NHS in a speech that was critical of government policy and Jeremy Hunt. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Saturday, 19 August 2017

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Struggling after giving birth? You're not alone

These mums had traumatic births, and they want more to see more honesty about the toll it can take. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Mum leaves random notes in York for new mothers

The letters offer mums a chance to take a second for themselves. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

How to get up mountains in a wheelchair

Michelle, who has multiple sclerosis, is going on a trek in the Lake District for the first time in more than 10 years. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Friday, 18 August 2017

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Why UK midwives are back-pedalling on natural childbirth

For decades, women have been encouraged to give birth naturally – that means avoiding all medicines and interventions. Now the Royal College of Midwives is changing its position via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Netflix vegan hit What the Health serves up lots of bad science

Campaigning vegans will change nothing if they embrace bad science and conspiracy theories when making the health case for their diet, says Anthony Warner via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Can’t stop procrastinating? Try cognitive behaviour therapy

Do you find yourself doing absolutely any task other than the one at the top of your to-do list? There might now be a way to treat procrastination via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Can’t stop procrastinating? Try cognitive behaviour therapy

Do you find yourself doing absolutely any task other than the one at the top of your to-do list? There might now be a way to treat procrastination via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Can’t stop procrastinating? Try cognitive behaviour therapy

Do you find yourself doing absolutely any task other than the one at the top of your to-do list? There might now be a way to treat procrastination via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Can’t stop procrastinating? Try cognitive behaviour therapy

Do you find yourself doing absolutely any task other than the one at the top of your to-do list? There might now be a way to treat procrastination via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Can’t stop procrastinating? Try cognitive behaviour therapy

Do you find yourself doing absolutely any task other than the one at the top of your to-do list? There might now be a way to treat procrastination via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Genetic test helps people avoid statins that may cause them pain

Many people who take statins ditch them due to painful side effects. But genetic testing can help choose the right drug, minimising this risk via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Genetic test helps people avoid statins that may cause them pain

Many people who take statins ditch them due to painful side effects. But genetic testing can help choose the right drug, minimising this risk via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Thursday, 17 August 2017

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Stem cell technique could reverse a major type of infertility

Men with extra sex chromosomes can have difficulty producing fertile sperm. Now researchers have got around this in mice by making stem cells from their skin via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Vitamin C helps genes to kill off cells that would cause cancer

Many blood cancers are caused by mutations in the protective TET2 gene, but vitamin C may enhance drug treatments by helping to tell out-of-control cells to stop dividing via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Vitamin C helps genes to kill off cells that would cause cancer

Many blood cancers are caused by mutations in the protective TET2 gene, but vitamin C may enhance drug treatments by helping to tell out-of-control cells to stop dividing via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Peanut allergy treatment 'lasts up to four years'

Four years after children in a study took the oral treatment, 70% had no allergic reaction to peanuts. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..

Netflix vegan hit What the Health serves up lots of bad science

Campaigning vegans will change nothing if they embrace bad science and conspiracy theories when making the health case for their diet, says Anthony Warner via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Tiny robots crawl through mouse’s stomach to heal ulcers

Bacterial infections in mice have been cleared up by bubble-propelled micromotors that swim through the stomach and release antibiotic payloads - and then dissolve in stomach acid via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Speedy test for Lyme disease could help us treat it in time

Lyme disease needs to be treated quickly, but it can be hard to tell it apart from other conditions. Now a test could help diagnose the infection via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Banking a baby’s cord blood may save their life. Is it worth it?

Parents are paying huge sums to save umbilical cord blood for future medical treatments, but they may have to wait decades for the investment to pay off via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

I paid £2000 to bank my son’s cord blood, but couldn’t use it

An anonymous father says after storing the expensive cells, his son developed a condition that the blood could not treat via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Netflix vegan hit What the Health serves up lots of bad science

Campaigning vegans will change nothing if they embrace bad science and conspiracy theories when making the health case for their diet, says Anthony Warner via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Activated charcoal drug can protect microbiome from antibiotics

A special formulation of activated charcoal can soak up excess antibiotics, protecting beneficial gut bacteria and potentially preventing diarrhoea via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Could Big Lifestyle Changes Be Key to Managing Type 2 Diabetes?

Study finds lower blood sugar, reduced need for medication

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Chemical controllers: How hormones influence your body and mind

Does testosterone make men bald? Is there a love hormone? Do pregnancy hormones turn your brain to mush? New Scientist sifts the facts from the fiction via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Tiny robots crawl through mouse’s stomach to release antibiotics

Bubble-powered micromotors have treated infections in mice by swimming through the stomach to antibiotics. These could be a better way to treat stomach ulcers. via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Tiny robots crawl through mouse’s stomach to release antibiotics

Bubble-powered micromotors have treated infections in mice by swimming through the stomach to antibiotics. These could be a better way to treat stomach ulcers. via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

England will need over 71,000 extra care home places by 2025

The number of older people who will need substantial care is set to rise by 85.7 per cent, as increases in “healthspan” continue to lag behind longer lifespans via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

England will need over 71,000 extra care home places by 2025

The number of older people who will need substantial care is set to rise by 85.7 per cent, as increases in “healthspan” continue to lag behind longer lifespans via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

England will need over 71,000 extra care home places by 2025

The number of older people who will need substantial care is set to rise by 85.7 per cent, as increases in “healthspan” continue to lag behind longer lifespans via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

England will need over 71,000 extra care home places by 2025

The number of older people who will need substantial care is set to rise by 85.7 per cent, as increases in “healthspan” continue to lag behind longer lifespans via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

England will need over 71,000 extra care home places by 2025

The number of older people who will need substantial care is set to rise by 85.7 per cent, as increases in “healthspan” continue to lag behind longer lifespans via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

England will need over 71,000 extra care home places by 2025

The number of older people who will need substantial care is set to rise by 85.7 per cent, as increases in “healthspan” continue to lag behind longer lifespans via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

England will need over 71,000 extra care home places by 2025

The number of older people who will need substantial care is set to rise by 85.7 per cent, as increases in “healthspan” continue to lag behind longer lifespans via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death

People who choose alternative cancer medicines tend to be wealthier and have higher levels of education, but are more than twice as likely to die in five years via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Cold comfort: How chilling the lungs could beat heart attacks

If you can't restart a stopped heart within 5 minutes, brain damage starts. But using the lungs as a heat exchanger to chill the blood may buy us more time via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Cold comfort: How chilling the lungs could beat heart attacks

If you can't restart a stopped heart within 5 minutes, brain damage starts. But using the lungs as a heat exchanger to chill the blood may buy us more time via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

How US diplomats may have been attacked by sonic weapons in Cuba

Acoustic weapons are shrouded in mystery - now, US and Canadian diplomats seem to be suffering from the symptoms of an attack. Here's what could have happened via New Scientist - Health Read More Here..

Apology over Indian blood donation 'embarrassment'

A "communication breakdown" meant 100 members of the Indian community were not allowed to give blood. via BBC News - Health Read More Here..