21.9.2019 02:51 pm
New European research has found that individuals with low levels of vitamin D may have a higher risk of an early death, particularly if they have diabetes.
Carried out by researchers at the Medical University of Vienna, Austria, the new study looked at data gathered from 78,581 patients with an average age of 51 who had blood tests taken to measure the levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25D), more commonly known as vitamin D.
A new study has found that following a vegan diet could boost beneficial gut bacteria.
Hyperpigmentation can affect you no matter what race you are. Understanding why your complexion is changing can help you decide if you need treatment and what your options are.
Doctors may be able to use these games to detect changes in motor capacity in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
There is no ‘quick fix’ to a summer body; consistency and discipline are key.
From nose hunger to heart hunger, there are different kinds of hunger, but not all of them nourish the body.
Eliminating or reducing foods in your diet that irritate your bladder may help to relieve discomfort.
New Canadian research has found that having a strong ability for learning languages may help to reduce an individual’s risk of developing dementia.
A previous also showed that daily tea drinking appears to reduce the risk of cognitive decline in older adults by 50%.
Bans deprive adults addicted to smoking of a valuable tool to quit, says the vaping industry.
Results showed that schools where students tended to have fewer friends had higher numbers of suicide attempts than others.
New research has found more evidence to suggest that working out could be good for your brain.
Physiotherapist Lilly Sabri does many of the exercises in her own home, showing you don’t need to head to the gym.
It is time to start unveiling the power of naps for a supercharged heart, say the researchers.