'For me, it felt like a complete wonder drug and I can’t wait for it to be available,' says a trial patient
Proponents of vaginal douching say it promotes hygiene but growing evidence suggests it may do more harm than good
Scientists let rats self-administer as much cocaine as they wanted for five days, then took it away and analysed how the rodents responded
While sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction or trouble climaxing are often more commonly associated with older people, over a third of sexually active people aged 16-21 have experienced it
Research shows hospital staff take women's pain less seriously, spent less time treating them and are more likely to wrongly diagnose physical pain as 'just emotional'
'Adolescence can be a difficult transitional period and it's when we typically see the first signs of mental health disorders such as schizophrenia and depression. This study gives us a clue why this is the case'
Methane gas is twice as potent as carbon dioxide in warming the Earth's atmosphere
The two studies have been heralded as 'ground-breaking' by charity Breast Cancer Now
Open letter says researchers are already experiencing problems
The much-maligned insects are not only crucial in preventing certain plant forms from extinction; they also play an integral part in protecting farmers’ crops across the planet
Science and Technology Committee chair Nicola Blackwood tells Science Minister Jo Johnson: 'I think this will be make or break for our knowledge economy'
Elite universities insist they will work hard to ensure UK research community continues to play a leading role in Europe
Statins are lipid-lowering tablets taken by many to reduce high cholesterol
It is hoped the discovery could potentially lead to earlier detection and intervention for men with the disease
Previous research has suggested women need more sleep as their brains are 'more complex' than men's
Critics said the care.data scheme violated patients' privacy and contained unreliable and inaccurate records