Breast screening in Cumbria will be re-launched from the coming week after being suspended.
In July, North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust pronounced of stopping the screening for a crucial review.
For countrywide strikes French unions are calling on Thursday and again later coming week in a last-ditch attempt to disrupt a pension bill that rises the retirement age from 60 to 62.
The lower house of the parliament permitted the divisive pension reform bill Wednesday, and the Senate accepted it on previous day.
Britain's fresh generation of fast jets shall be allowed to take off France's flagship Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier underneath a defense agreement that shall be deepening military co-operation among the 2 countries.
The Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal censured a doctor who admitted to indulging in the professional misconduct of forging prescriptions for obtaining Reductil (sibutramine), the weight loss drug, and will have to comply with conditions placed on her practice for two years.
A new study by Harvard researchers suggests that sperm of men who eat a lot of saturated fats that exist in fries and burgers may be harmed.
Research states that fewer and less active sperm might be getting produced in men who eat a lot of these types of fats that is commonly found in fried junk food.
Whether eating chilies can help control lifestyle-related diabetes is what Tasmania researchers are seeking volunteers for.
About 35 people are needed by University of Tasmania researchers who have Type 2 diabetes or glucose intolerance.
New research finds that brain is as much involved as heart when a person falls in love.
An attempt was made by Stephanie Ortigue of Syracuse University and her colleagues to understand love and about 12 areas of brain were assessed and seen that the brain and heart work together you fall in love.