0609 GMT March 26, 2019
High blood pressure drugs to be offered to thousands more in England and Wales
New guidelines on diagnosing high blood pressure could mean thousands more people benefiting from treatment in England and Wales.
Best diet plan for high blood sugar
Diabetes type 2 risk could be lowered by making some diet or lifestyle changes.
Fear of being ill? How to cope with health anxiety
By Niamh Delmar*
Alzheimer's screenings often left out of seniors' wellness exams in US
Primary care doctors in US are really good at checking seniors' cholesterol levels and blood pressure but often fail to use tests that could detect dementia.
Study shows vaccines do not cause autism
The measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine does not cause autism.
Doubling up on blood thinners increases risk for excessive bleeding
People may want to think twice about using aspirin to prevent heart attacks or stroke, a study said.
Report: Scottish children’s health at risk due to doctor shortage
The health of Scottish children is at risk because of a shortage of pediatric doctors, a new report warned.
British man may be second to be 'cured' of HIV
A British man may be the second person to be cured of HIV after doctors said he was in ‘sustained remission’ after being given stem cells from a donor with genetic resistance to the disease.
Brain clue to 'broken heart' syndrome
Your heart can be damaged after a sad event and it may be your brain's doing, experts believe.
'Log often, lose more' weight
Many people consider logging everything that they eat to be a tedious task. However, this effective weight-loss technique takes much less time than most people think, according to a recent study.
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