Psychologist Barbara Murphy, while talking about heart attack sufferers, raised concerns that often these people may know what medicine to take, but not to cope with their emotions.
Subway has earned the trust of consumers for its line of lower-calorie sandwiches. But, a new research has showed that many people consumed just as much sugar, carbs, sodium and overall calories per meal at Subway as they did it at its competitor, McDonalds.
Newcastle researchers are looking forward to use the experiences of new mums to design a healthy lifestyle program for mothers-to-be.
Dr. Lesley MacDonald-Wicks, who is a program convener of dietetics and nutrition, said women commonly gain weight during pregnancy. She said they are intending to include women from 18-40 years, who have given birth in the last five years.
A leading Australian brain surgeon has appealed to Congress to help fund his plan for a brain cancer cure within 10 years. He travelled all the way to Washington to lobby Congress for the cause.
Donna Bowett, 42, received a surgery at Redditch hospital. Doctors committed an avoidable mistake by leaving forceps inside her. This happened in her gallbladder operation.
This has been termed as an unacceptable error by her. It appears she's joined hands with medical law experts for hospital trusts to enhance staff training to preclude such preventable mistakes.
In a maneuver to prevent Mid-Staffordshire-style health scandal, Care Minister Norman Lamb has announced that new laws have been framed in order to put an end to the cover-up culture.
GPs have cautioned the government and the residents that the new 111 health helpline introduced across England carries multitude of loopholes. According to them, this situation may cause harm to the GPs.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that Save the Children, Charity group, has come up with an index in which it has revealed about best and worst places to be a mother. It is the 14th time when the report titled as "Surviving the First Day" has been taken out.
Sources reported about a grant of $554,000 of federal funding to the six South Dakota health centers for assisting the people without insurance to find health insurance coverage associated with the law.
Scientists claimed that the presence of a pet in home decrease the risk of getting affected from heart disease.
These findings act as additions to the advantages of having a pet. The study got published by the American Heart Association has published. The study gave a scientific statement revealing the benefits to the heart from a pet.
Two women had applied for public beds, but their health boards refused them from providing so. They refused so as both the women were less than 65 years.
Due to which, both the women, one who has suffered stroke and the other who has diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour, had to take private beds. One of the women has even died.
A lot has been said about skin cancer risk caused due to sunbathing. But a recent research has revealed that benefits of taking sunbath are more than the risks of skin cancer.
The research carried out by a group of researchers from the group of Edinburgh University has affirmed that sunbathing reduces blood pressure and also reduces the risk of heart attack.
On May 4, the Alamden Relay for Life was held in San Jose. A 13-year-old girl led the same, who was a sufferer of Stage 4 Hodgkin's lymphoma two years back.
It's been 20 years that Warwickites have been strongly supporting the Biggest Morning Tea event for the Cancer Council Warwick Branch. This time, the event will take place in May 23 at the Senior Citizens Centre.
Home births are often said to be having complications and henceforth, doctors do not advise the option and even if they do so, they ask expecting mother to follow be advise of a midwife.
Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is associated with a disease in which a person suffers mood swings and also suffers from disturbed thinking and behavioural process.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that a man, who was admitted at West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven, had died after jumping from the second floor window of the hospital.
Hospital authorities have informed his family. Cumbria Police along with the Health and Safety Executive are said to be investigating the matter.
A study suggested that the children that are in a massive exposure to the air traffic pollution can suffer an increased risk of diabetes in adults.
The researchers from Germany analyzed a total of 397 children in the group of ten years. It was found that kids who live near major roads increases the resistance by 7% per 500m.
Another blunder was revealed at the NHS when seven-inch forceps were forgotten inside the body of a former nurse.
The nurse, who was mother of four children, Donna Bowett, had a keyhole surgery to remove her gallbladder, but was left in immense pain for three months.
Introduction of new plans that were launched to tackle the crisis in accident and emergency (A&E) units were marred by leaked emails. These emails disclosed panic among health officials about the amount of money they can make available to assist struggling hospitals.