Some people believe their hand doesn’t belong to them. Others think bugs are crawling under their skin.
Humans have used turmeric for more than 4,000 years.
Areas of Danish towns and cities with fewer people and more cars come with a higher risk of depression.
Exercise or exertion headaches could affect up to a quarter of the adult population.
Brain injury survivors report the sport can give constant opportunities for learning and a way to reevaulate emotions.
Studies from multiple countries have found that long COVID is linked to an increased likelihood of not working. Here’s what’s happened in the UK.
This study further highlights the potential of mRNA vaccines in cancer treatment.
Recent research has shown there’s a link between multiple sclerosis and Epstein-Barr virus. A new study brings us closer to understanding the nature of this connection.
Our study also found that seeing articles or videos about kind acts can help viewers feel more positively about humanity in general.
The much-discussed weight-loss jab may be good for treating Britain’s biggest killer: dementia. Trials are underway.
A new study looked at mouse models and health data from more than 90,000 shift workers in the UK.
Credit payment holidays were made available in the UK to help people manage the financial strain of the pandemic.
The proposed plans will likely benefit patients – but only if more is done to ensure pharmacists can provide these additional services.
Weightlifting can help mitigate some of the changes that accompany the menopause.
Sublingual immunotherapy reduces hay fever symptoms by changing the immune system’s response to allergens.
Psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, is one example of a fungus which can alter the human mind.
Could CBT, a widely used form of ‘talking therapy’, help people who have persistent fatigue after having COVID? A recent study suggests it could.
A statistic from a 2010 study is doing the rounds again. But is it helpful?
We found you can have too much of a good thing - psychological stimulation.
Nature-based programmes are a way to support people with drug and alcohol problems at a time when health problems related to substance use are rising.