Science shows that drinking beer in the shower is healthy for you!
Diabetes is a very serious, life-threatening disease. It affects every body part and it causes nerve damage, kidney damage, amputation and blindness.
The delicious french fries that threaten the silhouette contain a substance that could one day heal calvities.
There is impossible to know exactly when you will have a heart attack. But there is one thing you must know that could save your live, just in case…
Michael Schumacher, a multiple Formula One champion, suffered a serious ski accident in December 2013 with severe skull injuries.
A team of scientists from Stanford University are one step away from developing a cancer vaccine that blasts tumours all over the body.
A woman sues the medic who forget a latex glove and five compresses in her womb after helping her to give birth.
Nemesis Mayra Hills lives her life after the motto “The bigger, the better”, though it’s hard to believe it really does.
A woman in Thailand suffered a real drama after she had a rhinoplasty. Her nose was infected, she made a big pus puff, then a nasty hole was made at the top of her nose.
A 34-year-old man came to the attention of doctors after he ruptured his throat because he refrain to sneeze. Doctors are alerting.
Ladies, shake that healthy butt!
Thanks to the determination of the parents, and to efforts of doctors at Jivanta Children’s Hospital in Udaipur, a premature baby girl weighting 400 grams survived and started gaining weight.
In the 1980’s, a 2-year-old child mummy buried in the Basilica of Saint Domenico Maggiore in Naples, Italy in the 16th century has been known as the earliest recorded case of smallpox in the world.
Dima’s story went viral around the world and intrigued many mothers. Dima, an Ukrainian boy who was born sick of hydrocephalus (“water to the brain”) was abandoned by his parents from the moment he was born.
Everybody knows exercise is good for our body, mind and soul, but which exercise is the best of them all?
Researchers from Finland launched a unique study to test the effectiveness of a nasal spray against gambling addiction.
According to science, it seems like the mere act of smiling can lift our mood, boost our immune system and lower the stress.
Selfitis is a psychological problem, and people who feel the need to always publish photos with their own person in social media may need help, psychologists in the UK and India have been alerted to new research.