High blood pressure: Three easy meals you can make at home to help lower...

High blood pressure, also referred to as hypertension, can lead to life-threatening complications if left untreated, such as a heart attack.Some people are more at risk of high blood pressure, such as those...

Stomach bloating: Could this popular natural remedy improve your gut health?

Stomach bloating describes that uncomfortable sensation that typically follows a blowout meal and an overindulgence in fizzy drinks. The symptoms can be a nuisance - an overwhelming feeling like the belly is on...

Electrical stimulation that zaps away cluster headaches may also relieve vertigo

Electrical stimulation that zaps away cluster headaches may also relieve the most common cause of vertigo, research suggests.The non-invasive device, called GammaCore, is already available on the NHS in England to relieve cluster...

'Squishies' BANNED in Denmark over fears the children's toys contain cancer-causing chemicals

Popular children's toys known as 'squishies' have been banned in Denmark after tests revealed they contain dangerous chemicals.The foam toys, which are similar to stress balls and tend to be shaped like food...

Alzheimer's blood test predicts the disease with 94% accuracy, study claims

Scientists have developed a blood test that can detect Alzheimer's proteins that build up in the brain up to 20 years before symptoms of the disease appear, a new study reveals. The test, created...

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY, 62, reveals new programme to help you look and feel younger

As a science journalist and dedicated ‘self-experimenter’, I’ve tested out lots of different ways to boost my body and brain over the years, talking to leading specialists across the world and sifting through...

Don’t blame senior doctors. The NHS pensions standoff is politicians’ fault | Rachel Clarke

Everyone loves to hate a fat cat. And so, in 2016, when former chancellor George Osborne decided to reduce pension tax relief for very high earners, he must have thought he was on...

World Aids Day: Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP on HIV positive status

A Labour MP has revealed that he has been HIV positive for nearly 10 years, as the Commons debated World Aids Day.Lloyd Russell-Moyle said: "I wanted to be able to stand here in...