Coffee may perk up the blood vessels due to the effects of caffeine, a study suggests.
Latest findings could be good news for 1.3 million victims living in UK
Thousands of women are dying from strokes, as doctors miss heart failure symptoms because they are too well groomed and look healthier than they actually are, claims new French research.
Discovery will help patients who do not respond well to various treatments
How on earth are we supposed to avoid big plot twists when everyone keeps tweeting them? Argh!
Study finds that four minutes, three times a week could be enough to keep people fit
Fresh anger swept through Delhi after a five-year-old girl was taken to hospital having been allegedly raped by a neighbour. Protesters clashed with police, who were accused of trying to bribe the family to keep quiet, and a senior police officer was suspended after striking a woman protester.
Dick Van Dyke, the star of Mary Poppins and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, has cancelled a public appearance in New York suffering with a “yet-to-be diagnosed neurological disorder”.
Sleep difficulties, a problem for as many as 70 million Americans, can double one's risk of heart attack or stroke, according to a study.
They could save the NHS – or bankrupt it. New technological advances that are transforming care of patients also risk crippling the health service responsible for delivering them.
Merely thinking of chocolate may set pulses racing, but research suggests it can actually lower blood pressure.
The hormone oxytocin can help to take the heat out of arguments, study finds
We have a business," said Sir Fred Goodwin, "that's strong and resilient." He was, he said, feeling "galvanised". And so, it seemed, was his chairman. "I'm a great believer," said Tom McKillop, "in adversity sorting out who the long-term winners will be".
OMG (as my children might say), what a week it has been. Unbelievable scenes on the streets of our major cities, non-stop trawling of the news for the latest (accurate) information, and constant updating of stories.
Forget the bathroom scales. Those wishing to keep tabs on their health will soon be able to wear an "intelligent bracelet" to monitor their movement and food intake.
Police investigating suspicious deaths at a hospital say they are working flat-out, with 60 detectives on the case.