First baby born after deceased womb transplant, Report

The first baby has been born following a womb transplant from a deceased donor, a study published in The Lancet has revealed. The successful transplant, performed by surgeons in...

Women’s snoring cardiac risk, says a new research

Women who suffer from obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), as well as snoring, may be at a greater risk of impairment of cardiac function than men, says a new...

Fake NHS Psychiatrist case puts thousands of doctors under scrutiny

The backgrounds of 3,000 foreign doctors are being urgently checked after a conwoman with no qualifications was allowed to work as an NHS psychiatrist for 22 years. Zholia Alemi,...

Research to find biological sex from a single tooth

A team led by UC Davis researchers have come up with a new way to estimate the biological sex of human skeletal remains based on protein traces from...

Tiny pacemaker prototype may do away with big surgeries on babies

Rohan Kumthekar, M.D., a cardiology fellow working in Dr. Charles Berul's bioengineering lab at the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation, part of Children's National Health System,...

Goop Potentially Dangerous: Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand is under fire

Goop is being accused of marketing and selling a potentially dangerous supplement product called The Mother Load to pregnant women. The brand’s vitamin supplement packets contain a high amount...

‘Trojan horse’ antibiotic could help combat superbugs, finds new research

Scientists say they have engineered a new antibiotic that appears promising in early clinical trials. The drug, made by Shionogi Inc, acts like the Trojan horse in Greek legend...

Lavender helps relaxing? Benefits Of The Smell Can Be More Impactful

Lavender works its relaxing magic all around us: from garden borders to bath bombs to fabric softener. But why not in our hospitals and clinics? And what is...

Body parts scandal: Private firm stripped of contracts, Report

A disposal company working for the U.K.’s National Health Service that stockpiled hundreds of tons of human body parts and dangerous waste has lost its contracts with the...

Two children die from E.coli infection complications (Public Health)

Two children from the same family have died after contracting E coli, officials at Public Health England (PHE) have revealed. The health body has not confirmed the ages of...

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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...
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...
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...
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...