Is it possible to be too nice for your own good? And could being too nice actually lead to poor mental health?
Pancreatic cancer is the eighth most common cause of cancer-related mortality worldwide, but a new treatment aims to dull the disease’s deadly edge
Trainee anaesthetists unable to eat or drink during shift and stressed out by pressures on NHS
Lifestyle practises to prevent cancer are becoming neglected
'We should be cautious about using reviews like these when deciding about health choices'
James Hamblin is on a quest to rethink what we think we know about our bodies
Hospitals are under severe pressure due to overwhelming demand and bed shortages
Women with more male-like brain anatomy three times more likely to be diagnosed with autism
Sufferers can be plagued by unwanted sexual thoughts
Porridge is simple, nutritious and delicious, but could it also be sabotaging your healthy eating intentions?
In 2015, 271,000 children aged 12 to 17 received care for mental illness at a residential treatment facility. But that decision, and the aftermath, can be hard on families
It's being touted as the first Coke to actively improve your health
Best friend speaks out about ‘devastating’ impact on family and friends
A diet rich in thiamine can reduce your risk of getting Alzheimer’s disease, but some groups, such as the elderly, aren’t getting enough
It all began when her patient handed her a plastic bag brimming with orange pill bottles and over-the-counter containers
From losing inhibitions and anger to schizophrenia and dementia – science is uncovering the role small critters play in a range of illnesses and behaviours