Great news for women having pear-shaped frame; it has been revealed through a research that pear-shaped women having bigger bottoms live longer.
Women like Kate Winslet and Christina Hendricks have been found to have additional life expectancy in comparison to women who have apple-shaped bodies. The latter type is of women, who store fat around their stomach.
The list of people affected by Canberra's worst food poisoning outburst is increasing at a faster pace. The list now has a maximum number of affected people up to 100.
The people are getting affected with salmonella poisoning after consuming food at Copa Brazilian Churrasco restaurant in Dickson in the current weekend. A total of 15 people have been already admitted in the hospital up till now.
Australian scientists are expecting dogs with dementia to be acting as an additional assistance for inventing a treatment for the people suffering from the condition.
Ageing canines with symptoms such as loss of memory and disorientation are being made to participate in a world-first trial at the University of Sydney.
As per reports, a big organization in the US has changed its stance on who should be tested for prostate cancer when no symptoms appear. This process of testing is called prostate screening.
The organization that represents urologists, dubbed the American Urological Association, said that it has changed its position to bring forward the new evidence about balancing advantages and harms to men when they undergo diagnosis.
As per reports, a mother was seen very angry after her son went missing from a childcare centre for an hour. She alleged that her five-year-old child was not seen at the Helping Hands Network after-school care group.
As per reports from the World Health Organization (WHO), two health workers from Saudi Arabia have contracted new SARS-like virus. The agency said this was the first case of transmission of the virus from patients to nurses.
Public Health Minister Anna Soubry has announced a new £10 million funding for homeless patients. The funding will provide better help to patients once they leave hospital.
Mary Macleod MP welcomed the move to provide much needed help to homeless patients after they leave hospital.