Is a glass or two of red wine good for your heart? What about your cholesterol and blood pressure? Our experts explain the controversies.
Enzyme supplementation won't cure those with coeliac disease, but it could make life much easier for many sufferers.
A new study has been found that television viewing increases your risk of dying from an inflammatory-related condition like Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease. But it's more complicated than that.
Research provides hope for new anti-obesity drugs.
A new evolutionary perspective on what's been a medical paradox: Why does the body use inflammation to regulate aspects of pregnancy when inflammation is also a big threat to pregnancy?
A study in mice shows that transplantation of healthy stem cells into the brain's hypothalamus can boost lifespan considerably.
Many people die of heart disease who don't fit into the traditional risk factors. We're learning the immune system can be to blame.
Upping your intake of vegetables and fruits can do more than just reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer – it could also help you breathe easier.
What makes aspirin different to other NSAIDs, used to relieve pain, is its ability to thin the blood. It is used to prevent blood clotting in those at risk of heart disease and stroke.
There is converging evidence from both human population and animal studies that curcumin may help prevent age-related cognitive decline.
And the good news is that the treatments may already exist.
Study investigates whether a decrease in serious childhood disease could be extending human lifespan.
The bacteria in your gut aren't always friendly. Luckily, there are a number of ways to beat the bugs associated with bowel cancer.
Saturated fats are linked to metabolic disorders and heart disease. That may be because thes fats make some cells lose track of time, causing inflammation.
Scientists have found proteins in the body that promote lung inflammation which helps the bacteria that causes TB to spread throughout the lung.
While antibiotics can kill the bacteria associated with acne, it's their anti-inflammatory effects, not their antimicrobial effects, that yield the biggest skin-clearing benefits.
Being too clean isn't what's making us sick. It's the loss of biodiversity in the bacteria and organisms that live in our bodies and work with the immune system.
A drug to treat loneliness may be on the cards. But would we want it?
While there may be a connection between inflammation and depression, one doesn't necessarily lead to the other.
Have you ever wondered what those food additive numbers included in the ingredients list on your food packing were really doing to your body?