0456 GMT November 17, 2018
How to prevent the deadly flu virus this winter
Flu is a common viral infection that’s spread by sneezes and coughs, said the NHS.
Genetic factors tied to obesity may protect against diabetes
Some genetic variations linked with obesity actually protect against Type 2 diabetes, heart attack and stroke, new findings suggested.
Children and adolescents 'account for half of sports A&E attendances'
Children and adolescents account for nearly half of A&E attendances for sporting injuries, research suggested.
Risk of picking up infection at hospital in US going down
You're less likely to pick up a nasty infection during a hospital stay in the United States than you were just a few years ago, a new report found.
Prevent trapped wind pain with ginger tea
Stomach bloating has affected most people at some point in their life, according to the NHS.
Antlers may hold the cure to debilitating bone disease such as osteoporosis
Deer antlers may hold the secret to curing osteoporosis and other debilitating bone diseases, researchers have revealed.
3% of children hit daily activity target
Only one in 30 children does the recommended amount of daily physical activity, new research suggested.
How to spot someone having a stroke and what to do
A stroke is a serious life-threatening medical condition that affects the brain.
Being too fat or too thin 'can cost four years of life'
Being overweight or underweight could knock four years off life expectancy, a study in a Lancet journal suggested.
Common chemical linked to language delay in children
Children may suffer delayed language skills if their mothers come in contact with common chemicals called phthalates in early pregnancy, new research suggested.
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