Calcium deficiency, or hypocalcemia, symptoms are triggered by low calcium levels in the body. Symptoms are unlikely to appear in the early stages, but become more likely the longer you have a deficiency. Watch out for these five symptoms of the condition.
Five signs you have low calcium levels
Liver cancer cases in several developed countries have doubled in the past 25 years, due to the continuing obesity epidemic and a spike in hepatitis infections, new research suggested.
Liver cancer big threat to US, other developed nations
Both the quantity and quality of sleep in adolescents had significant effects on aspects of cardiovascular health such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels and abdominal fat deposition, according to a study published in the latest issue of Pediatrics.
Sleep quantity, quality linked to heart health in adolescents
Women who describe themselves as ‘early risers’ are less likely to develop depression, new research claimed.
Women who wake up early might be less likely to develop depression
Older women who carry genes that make them prone to obesity may take comfort in new findings that suggest exercise can counter that risk.
Exercise may counter effects of obesity genes
The consumption of foods with high levels of fat and carbohydrates activates an ingrained reward system in human brains which releases dopamine, a study published by the German Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research finds.
Foods with high fat and carbohydrates send reward signal to human brain
Arthritis types include osteoarthritis, psoriatic arthritis and gout. Although the former is the most common, there are other types to be aware of. These four symptoms, including severe joint pain, may indicate gout.
Arthritis: Severe joint pain could be a symptom of gout — what you need to know
Ex-smokers who use low-nicotine liquid in electronic cigarettes breathe more deeply and more often when using the devices than those who use high-nicotine liquid, a small British study suggested.
Low-nicotine e-cigarettes raise toxin risks for ex-smokers
Water is transported from the blood into the brain via an ion transporter, according to a new study on mice conducted at the University of Copenhagen.
New discovery about the brain's water system may prove beneficial in stroke
After briefly leveling off, the US obesity rate may be climbing again, according to a preliminary study.
US obesity rates rising again

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