People who are overweight or obese are at increased risk of heart disease even if they appear medically healthy, experts are warning.
'Fat but fit' still risk heart disease
Stem cells from young hearts might breathe new life into aging ones, research in rats suggested.
Newborn heart stem cells may 'reverse aging' of older hearts
Bowel cancer is the second high cause of cancer deaths in the UK — accounting for more than 10 percent of all deaths from the disease.
Bowel cancer deaths rates drop (Video)
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the number of suspected cholera cases in war-ravaged Yemen has reached half a million since the start of the ongoing civil war in 2015 between the internationally-recognized Yemeni government and a collection of rebels led by the Shiite Houthis.
Yemen faces largest cholera epidemic in world
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have uncovered a new cause of treatment resistance in prostate cancer that may improve future therapy.
New prostate cancer biomarkers can improve precision therapy
Cancer diagnoses are more common in men than women, figures have revealed. Express.co.uk is investigating find out why this could be the case.
Cancer explained:  Why men are more likely to be diagnosed than women? (Video)
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the UK.
Breast cancer breakthrough: This finding could stop disease spreading, save lives
Researchers at the University of Toronto have developed a tiny patch of heart tissue with its own blood vessels that can be delivered via injection.
Injectable tissue patch may help repair damaged organs
People are happier if they are able to feel emotions they desire — even if those emotions are unpleasant, such as anger and hatred, a study suggested.
Anger, hatred can make us feel happy
Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles said in a study they have identified a new way to activate stem cells in hair follicles to regrow hair.
Scientists find new way to activate stem cells to grow hair

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