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Rob Kardashian Was Reportedly Hospitalized For A Diabetic Attack

Rob Kardashian was rushed to the hospital on Wednesday after reportedly suffering from a diabetic attack, according to TMZ. Sources tell the website that the reality star and new dad…

Melatonin Dosage And Side Effects

Melatonin has become a popular sleep aid for people who have trouble catching their zzz’s but don’t feel comfortable taking sleeping medication. Because it’s a hormone, not a drug, people…

Obama to meet lawmakers in attempt to protect health law: Politico

WASHINGTON President Barack Obama plans to meet on Wednesday with Democratic lawmakers in Congress to discuss how to protect his signature healthcare law from Republican efforts to dismantle it, Politico…

More work lies ahead to fight Zika, other threats: CDC chief

CHICAGO A year ago, the mosquito-borne Zika virus was only beginning to reveal itself as a threat to pregnant women and their unborn babies. Since then, U.S. officials have issued…

Exclusive: CDC considers lowering threshold level for lead exposure

NEW YORK The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is considering lowering its threshold for elevated childhood blood lead levels by 30 percent, a shift that could help health…

Can we blame delicious food for our holiday weight gain?

Can we blame delicious food for our holiday weight gain?

Access to delicious food encourages us to overeat and therefore gain weight, regardless of the food’s caloric content – at least, that’s the theory. However, new research shows that this…

Ice, Zika and babies from three people – health in 2016

Media captionInnovations that will change people’s lives This year has seen the birth of the first three-person baby, a dangerous Zika epidemic and a huge injustice overturned by medical science.…

Food poisoning alert as salmonella found in Aldi king prawns

Food poisoning alert as salmonella found in Aldi king prawns

Image copyright Aldi Supermarket chain Aldi is recalling a king prawn product after two batches were found to contain salmonella. The bacterium, which can cause food poisoning, was detected in…

Health chief’s alcohol advice ‘could have been better’

Media captionDame Sally Davies tells Radio 4’s Today there is a direct line between alcohol and breast cancer England’s chief medical officer has admitted she could have chosen her words…

Red cabbage microgreens could reduce risk of cardiovascular disease

Red cabbage microgreens could reduce risk of cardiovascular disease

Many of us were told to “eat our greens” as children. Now, new research suggests that we should eat our microgreens, after finding that the red cabbage variety of the…