Dietitians caution weight should not be the main focus when it comes to health.
Two glasses of antioxidant-rich red wine helps spinal fluid clear brain of toxins associated with types of dementia.
Scientists use Magnetic Resonance machine and machine-learning technology to probe deep into brain to identify song subjects are listening to.
Revolutionary treatment completely cured 87 out of 90 mice with multiple lymphoma tumours, according to scientists.
Hospitals in Northern Ireland apologise for failing patients as one mother calls for "Raychel's Law" to demand medical honesty.
While anxiety is a useful emotion in some contexts, many find it hard to manage their worries, which can result in crippling anxiety disorders.
Everyone dies - but how do we know if a person is dead? A doctor explains the complex process at the end of life.
The nine-year-old underwent a surgery after she was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder that makes blood vessels in the brain narrower.
A study shows that standing for six hours a day instead of sitting helps burn more calories and could result in a weight loss of 2.5kg per year and 10kg in four years.
The Senate blocked the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act which backers claimed protected foetuses.
The top intelligence officer was about to fly to Iraq in 2010 for some assignment when she was diagnosed with a benign ovarian cyst during a medical test.
Destinee from Michigan first collapsed due to the disease in 2011 but then doctors dismissed her chest pain as harmless.
The Government's former chief scientist has accused German carmakers of having 'blood on their hands' in a diesel scandal that led to the deaths of thousands of Britons.
The rare condition can cause a person to vomit for up to ten days.
The children all have a condition known as microtia which impairs the development of the ear and, in the worst cases, can lead to its total absence.
Isaiah Haastrup is brain-damaged after suffering severe oxygen deprivation at birth and doctors believe he will not improve.
Resettling doctors currently living in refugee camps could save the NHS thousands of pounds per year.
Researchers have shown mosquitoes are capable of learning and remembering to save their lives from potential human threat.
Co-sleeping deaths have been recorded at 655 babies since 2013, of which 131 accidental baby deaths were reported in 2016 and 141 in 2017.
Three-month-old Nelly was destined to be put down after being diagnosed with congenital liver condition.