Kim Jong-un is simultaneously projecting different images domestically and internationally as food shortages and economic hardship rise.
Countries are transitioning from zero-COVID to vaccine-led strategies.
In the study, 44% of people who stopped taking their antidepressants didn’t experience a relapse within a year.
Careful planning enabled this small, mountainous Himalayan country to vaccinate 90% of its adult population in three weeks.
One in ten secondary school students didn’t eat a single serving of fruits or vegetables daily.
‘His natural odour used to make me want him; now it makes me vomit.’
Evidence is accumulating that a cold shower has many physical and mental health benefits.
A new study shows that the more physically active a person, the more calcium build-up they have in their coronary arteries.
New discovery could help scientists develop more targeted drugs and vaccines.
Although a recent review found a lack of evidence to support these products, this doesn’t mean cannabis can’t help some people with sleep. We need better research.
Cats may actually enjoy the extra peace and quiet as we start leaving the house more.
Molnupiravir is showing promise for treating and controlling the spread of COVID-19.
New diagnostic tool for dementia could improve early detection.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy helped to reduce plaques in the brains of mice with Alzheimer’s disease.
Adding fluoride to water is shown to be an effective and safe way of reducing tooth decay in a population.
Counting the number of unvaccinated people is surprisingly hard.
Flexibility and accepting that stronger control measures might be needed is important given how uncertain things are ahead of winter.
Without an adequate plan, the UK will be stuck in a cycle of rising deaths and measures introduced too late to counter them.
We have trillions of microbes in our gut – and each do something different for our body.
Misinformation is spreading on social media that gargling with povidone-iodine can prevent COVID.