Could regular use of aspirin or ibuprofen boost survival rates from head and neck cancer? It seems it’s possible.
How regular use of painkillers could boost survival rates from cancer
How is it that you consume nuts? Do you eat them raw, or roast them in ghee or olive oil? If you want to lose weight, then neither of the two are going to help you effectively.
The right way to consume nuts and seeds for weight loss
Since childhood, everyone has dreaded going to the doctor because there may be blood, bitter medicines, or an injection coming our way when we do. Probably cashing in on that fear, they created the saying that an apple a day would keep the doctor away.
Here is how the otherwise healthy apples affect your blood sugar levels
Our health is probably the most important thing in our lives.
Mental health is just as important as physical health
Are you losing your hearing?
It’s not always easy to tell if you’re losing your hearing as symptoms can be subtle and easily overlooked. So how do you know if you are losing your hearing? Here are six signs to be aware of in line with World Hearing Day (March 3), express.co.uk wrote
Six subtle signs you may be overlooking
According to the NHS, around one in seven couples in the UK have difficulty conceiving. Infertility in women is most commonly caused by problems with ovulation, while the most common cause of infertility in men is poor-quality semen.
Pollution can harm quality of sperm cells
Alka Seltzer should come with a health warning as a daily dose contains as much salt as 20 bags of crisps, watchdogs have warned.
Alka Seltzer health warning as 'daily dose'  contains as much salt as 20 bags of crisps
Australian researchers on Saturday said they have discovered a way to assess human hearing ability by tracking heart rates, pointing to better analysis of communication and language development.
Heart rate tracking technique points to better detection of hearing ability
Just 10 countries were responsible for three-quarters of a global surge in measles cases last year, the UN children's agency said on Friday, including one of the world's richest nations, France.
UN warns of 'complacency' as measles cases soar worldwide

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