Research shines light on the influential role that our biological clocks and circadian rhythms have on our heart.
Researchers found that frequent marijuana use doesn't seem to impair sexual motivation or performance.
The approved drive-thru will be the first in the state which last year rejected a proposal to legalise recreational use of the drug.
Southend University Hospital Foundation Trust in Essex has ditched plans to send patients to recuperate in strangers' homes as part of an Airbnb-style scheme.
An outbreak of plague, or Black Death, in Madagascar has claimed more than 1,000 lives and may spread to nine neighbouring countries including South Africa
Head injuries and concussions pose a serious threat to the welfare of young rugby players. Concussion rates at youth level are higher than in ice hockey and american football.
A study by the University of Glasgow found that unemployed people had a mortality rate three times bigger than health and business professionals or teachers.
The woman reported that the bleeding would often begin during some physical activity or even during sleep and could last anywhere between one to five minutes.
The microscopic particles can reportedly heat up enough to destroy targeted cells yet also reduce the temperature before they get hot enough to harm healthy tissue.
Health officials have urged patients to stop demanding antibiotics from doctors to prevent the rise of drug-resistant infections.
The anaesthetic drug ketamine appears to improve migraine symptoms in 75% of patients. It has also shown promise in treating depression.
Luis Manuel, from Colima in Mexico, may suffer from Prader-Willi syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that causes people to over-eat.
The skin solution is made with cannabidiols – natural compounds found in cannabis that have anti-inflammatory properties.
Researchers looked at the shared characteristics of 31 school boys involved in 29 mass shootings in American schools between 1995 and 2015. These boys often struggled to live up to perceived masculine ideals.
Hundreds have been infected by the latest plague outbreak in the island nation with the World Health Organisation ramping up efforts to tackle the deadly disease.