Report concludes real funding increase less than half of what Hunt claimed
A team in the US says it has made the first steps towards developing a vaccine for Alzheimer's
Smoothies aren't just bananas, strawberries and yogurt anymore – add nuts, milk, juices and granola in smoothie bowls, parfaits and popsicles for added texture and sustenance
A three-year-old boy will get life-saving surgery thanks to a chance meeting with an English doctor.
Dogs have long been hailed as the most loyal of pets, but there is research to suggest that there are many other animals ready and willing to usurp them
There are many historical examples of people altering their facial appearance to appear healthier
How we look affects our confidence, but it also reveals a wealth of information to others. New research sheds a light on how facial skin tone affects people’s perceptions.
Statins are lipid-lowering tablets taken by many to reduce high cholesterol
Critics said the care.data scheme violated patients' privacy and contained unreliable and inaccurate records
A phased introduction will be rolled out between October and the end of 2017
The service was launched by Nye Bevan on 5 July 1948
A spike in cases is thought to be particularly affecting gay and bisexual men
The apps were initially designed to help couples conceive, but many women are using the fertility tracking information as a form of contraceptive instead
'Although other studies have offered evidence that cannabinoids might be neuroprotective against the symptoms of Alzheimer's, we believe our study is the first to demonstrate that cannabinoids affect both inflammation and amyloid beta accumulation in nerve cells'
Trend evolves from the need for young girls to meet the two most prominent social norms for young adults, 'drinking and thinness,' says author
The Advertising Standards Authority has ruled the advert must not appear again in its current form