Tax on snacks would have ‘huge impact’ on obesity, New Study

Increasing the cost of sugary snacks could be more effective at tackling obesity than the tax on sugary drinks, researchers believe. A new study - published in the British...

Report: Teenager to go deaf and blind due to junk food...

A teenager has gone blind after years of living on a diet of chips, processed meats and other junk food. The patient, who was reportedly a fussy eater, first...

First ever living donor HIV-to-HIV kidney transplant, Report

Surgeons at Baltimore’s John Hopkins University completed what is believed to be the first transplant of an HIV-positive organ from a live donor this week, showing that HIV-positive...

Women’s brains appear three years younger than men’s, a study has...

Women have younger brains than men the same age, according to new research. A study basing age on metabolism rather than birth date found an average 3.8 year difference...

Screen Time Delays Development In Young Kids, Study

Study finds amount of time two and three-year-olds spend gazing at screen negatively affects performance at three and five. Too much time in front of the TV and playing...

China clones five gene-edited monkeys (Study)

Scientists in China have cloned five monkeys after editing genes to induce several human diseases like Alzheimer's that they claim will help in medical research, an advance which...

Blood Test Might Show Early Warning of Alzheimer’s disease

Although doctors can use brain scans or spinal taps to detect Alzheimer’s in patients with symptoms, there’s no way to test for the disease in seemingly healthy individuals....

DIY Birth Control Patch Being Developed, Report

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have created a low-cost contraceptive patch for women that uses microneedles and allows the user to wear it for seconds and...

Brain works backwards to retrieve memories (Study)

A new study, conducted at the University of Birmingham now says that when we remember a past event, the human brain reconstructs that experience in reverse order. The study...

Overweight people have smaller brains, says new research

Scientists have found a possible link between excess body fat and brain shrinkage, according to a new study. Researchers looked at a total of 9,652 people with an average...

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Harry, Meghan could be 'stripped' of Sussex titles

Harry, Meghan could be ‘stripped’ of Sussex titles

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be stripped of their Sussex titles as Brighton and Hove council is forced into debating a petition. They will discuss the issue in a meeting next month after a...
Boris Johnson set for Parliament showdown with rebel MPs, Report

Boris Johnson set for Parliament showdown with rebel MPs, Report

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a showdown in parliament after warning MPs that he would seek a snap election if they tied his hands on Brexit. Johnson has promised to take the UK out...
Bryan Harlan, trophy hunter pays $110K to kill rare mountain goat

Bryan Harlan, trophy hunter pays $110K to kill rare mountain goat

A BIG game trophy hunter from Texas paid $110,000 to kill a rare mountain goat during a trip to Pakistan, sparking a furious online backlash. Bryan Harlan paid the huge sum to hunt the Astore...
Indian woman, 73 gives birth to twin girls, Report

Indian woman, 73 gives birth to twin girls, Report

An Indian woman who says she is 73 years of age has given birth to twin girls, doctors say. If the claim is true, she would be the oldest mother in the world. The woman...
STD-carrying ladybirds invade UK, here's everything you need to know

STD-carrying ladybirds invade UK, here’s everything you need to know

LADYBIRDS carrying STDs are invading the UK with homes across the nation dealing with an infestation of the bugs. The Harlequin Ladybirds have flown in from Asia and North America thanks to mild Autumn winds. And...