Because HIV patients are now living longer, the risk of some cancers, such as anal, colorectal and liver cancers, is increasing.
While experts continue to debate the health effects of saturated fat, a new U.S. study suggests its link to heart disease depends on what else a person eats.
Evidence is mounting that exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) is associated with increased risk of developing diabetes and obesity.
A study found that survival doubled for gastrointestinal cancer patients who took a low-dose aspirin pill every day.
While men and women both are HIV victims, women are not involved in any drug testing regardless of the fact that women make up of the worlds HIV cases.
06 October 2015, 17:11
Risk is greatest among children exposed both in the womb and at a young age, study suggests
06 October 2015, 16:14
People working in high noise frequency may have heart problems in the long run.
06 October 2015, 15:05
Your genes may be the eye of the beholder, it's in your DNA to be attracted to a certain kind, a study suggests.
06 October 2015, 14:17
Chemicals seems to be a major health risk for expecting mothers, medical professionals claims that environmental factors is the reason behind still births and miscarriages for pregnant mothers.
06 October 2015, 12:08
In a country with one of the highest rates of teen pregnancies in Latin America the majority of sexual violence against teenage girls in Guatemala happens at the hands of family members.
06 October 2015, 14:17
Identified transgendered individuals are more often found engaging in unhealthy habits, study suggest\.
06 October 2015, 10:03
We've all heard of the proverb: feed a cold and starve a fever. Where does this come from, and is there any truth in it? And where does chicken soup fit into treating colds and flu?
06 October 2015, 08:49
DietDoc explains why parents may need to pay greater attention to possible underlying psychological problems in children who are 'selective eaters' (SE).
05 October 2015, 11:06
The expanded use of antiretroviral treatment is supported by recent findings from clinical trials, confirming that early use of ART has many advantages.
05 October 2015, 09:47
Women suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can better their chances of conception with exercise and maintaining their weight.
02 October 2015, 12:05
According to a survey, partners find it a turnoff if you take calls or send texts when you're spending time together.
02 October 2015, 11:04
Mastectomy is no longer the treatment for all types of breast cancer – nowadays only the tumour is targeted if possible.
05 October 2015, 08:55
Meet Africa’s wealthiest and most influential business women.
02 October 2015, 09:44
The struggle doesn’t have to be that real – it’s all in the mind, people.
02 October 2015, 08:47
No mess, no fuss, no worries!
01 October 2015, 16:14
Lili Radloff dissects the weird world of women’s fashion, speculating why we tolerate its ludicrous ways.
01 October 2015, 14:44
About 50,000 Burundian refugees will be moved out of Tanzania's Nyarugusu refugee camp to new camps where there aren't any reproductive health services.
01 October 2015, 13:45
New analyses may help researchers to better understand the underlying biology of polycystic ovary syndrome.
01 October 2015, 12:46
Do you wake up every morning dreading going to work? Here’s how to change that.