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Adult weight gain is not a benign condition, and experts recommend monitoring one's weight on a regular basis, especially during life transitions.
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How many of these medical scheme myths do you believe? Get the truth here.
The latest UNAIDS report notes that as of 2016, 19.5 million people were on antiretroviral treatment (ART), up from 17.1 million in 2015.
Change the habits that foster your tobacco use and it will be easier to quit smoking for good.
Helping your skin with its natural exfoliation process can do wonders for its function and appearance. Have you discovered the boon of superficial exfoliators yet?
Sinusitis is more than just having a cold and feeling snotty. In extreme cases it can lead to brain swelling and death.
Syringes left by drug users are turning up everywhere and could be dangerous if stepped on or handled by especially children.
A study found that when workers have a good night's sleep, they tend to eat better when experiencing stress the next day.
The sun is not as strong in winter, but this doesn't decrease your chances of developing skin cancer.
A new study found that after teens reach their full height, they still grow a further 10% bone mass.
A British study has found that social interaction and improved staff training benefits patients, while cutting costs.
Athletes are at risk for problems involving their back bones and discs, particularly if they start intense training regimens.
Doctors intending to perform cataract surgery on a 67-year-old woman in Britain found something unexpected, 27 contact lenses in one eye.
From 27 lenses in one eye to a ripped cornea... these stories are guaranteed to shock you into practising better contact lens hygiene.
Just because your headache is excruciating doesn’t mean it’s a migraine. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Researchers have found that boxers and mixed martial arts fighters have higher levels of certain brain proteins that reflect brain injury.
For trypophobes, the sight of clusters of holes arranged in different formations can cause intense psychological or even physical reactions.
Are you sure you know all the health milestones you should be tracking?
Avoid burnout and use your annual leave to get some well-deserved rest. Your body and mind will thank you.