Women who have had a heart attack are less likely to be given an angiogram (a special X-ray to detect blockages of the heart), rehabilitation, or medication than men.
New research shows women receive sub-optimal care after they have a heart attack and are twice as likely than men to die six months after the attack.
While the study found a link between high rates of digital media use and inattention and hyperactivity, it didn't find that one caused the other. Nor did it look specifically at clinically diagnosed ADHD.
Wearing a tie that causes slight discomfort can reduce blood flow to the brain by 7.5%, but the reduction is unlikely to cause any physical symptoms, which generally begin at a reduction of 10%.
There is evidence glucosamine can provide relief in osteoarthritis patients, but not enough to support its use as a preventative.
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There's some evidence osteopathy can reduce the need for pain medications.
The final word on omega 3 supplements and heart health.
Forty years ago, Rebecca Moore's two sisters helped plan the Jonestown massacre. But she refuses to say they were brainwashed, arguing that it prevents us from truly understanding their behavior.
The beginning of a new school term is often met with resistance from kids who would prefer to stay on school holidays. But for some parents, getting their kids to go to school is an ongoing battle.
Researchers have discovered some blood markers that indicate melanoma. Here's what has to happen for the test to reach clinics.
A new study found the Cas9 gene editing scissors don't stop cutting after we tell them to.
Reports often talk about surgery wait times, but the time to actually see the specialist for the first time is the hidden waitlist.
Babies should be exclusively breastfed (or formula-fed) for the first six months, before introducing pureed meats, legumes, vegetables and fruits.
Deaths from carbon monoxide poisoning in Australia in recent years have focused attention on faulty or unflued gas heaters - here's what you need to know.