Wildlife trade is a threat to human health.
It has become common to believe that if babies sleep in these boxes, it will help protect them from sudden infant death syndrome. Unfortunately, the research does not back this up.
Our research uses artificial intelligence to unblock hospital beds and helps doctors and nurses to know quickly which patients are safe to go home.
Chronic illness, difficulty eating on their own, and even loneliness are just some of the reasons why people over-65 are more likely to be malnourished.
A new report offers data on mental health in young people.
Social media is the wild west, and Big Tobacco loves it.
The cream was found to boost the body's anti-viral immune response, stopping mosquito-borne viruses in their tracks.
How a technique to instil healthy habits can prevent those recovering from depression from relapsing.
To successfully treat people with stem cells, you first need to know which cells are faulty.
And why the gap may soon be closing in some countries.
Poor neighbourhoods are driving health inequalities in children.
Bacteriophages are viruses that infect bacteria. But could they be key in solving the antibiotic resistance epidemic?
The Hall technique requires no injections or drilling. And it works!
It's important for babies to be in control of the pace and amount they eat.
Our team found that chemotherapy can be made more successful by treating nearby 'normal' cells with protein-blocking drugs in lymphoma and leukemia.
We found that women who had sex at least weekly or monthly were less likely to enter into early menopause compared to women who engaged in sexual activity less often.
The NHS workforce reconfiguration so far has been an accountant’s response – designed to save money rather than being based upon actual clinical need.
Can existing laws help if something goes wrong?
Smell – the strangest of all the senses.
Chinese scientists sequence coronavirus causing pneumonia outbreak in Wuhan. And it's never been seen before.
These harmful pollutants are responsible for 20% of roadside pollution.
Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne disease in the West.
Medical data will need to be treated as precious to our health as drinking water.
Research shows it generates future savings for society by lowering demand for health and social care services.
The age of the Industrial Revolution also saw a fitness revolution in Britain.