British people with mental health problems such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety and low mood are at far greater risk of having their benefits stopped than those with physical ailments, research showed.
A Conservative welfare policy estimated to cost some working families in the UK hundreds of pounds a year is likely to be brought to an end five years after it was first imposed, the secretary of state for work and pensions signaled.
Taking a low-dose aspirin every day has long been known to cut the chances of another heart attack, stroke or other heart problem in people who already have had one, but the risks don’t outweigh the benefits for most other folks, major new research finds.
Who doesn't love chocolate? Do you know that a small amount of bitter chocolate has many benefits, such as changing your mood and reducing cholesterol? Although it is notorious for fattening you, this delicious food is also beneficial to your health. When you read this article, you will not feel guilty when you eat chocolate.
Can you be fit and healthy even if you're overweight? That's the question researchers at York University's Faculty of Health set out to answer in a new study that shows physical activity may be equally and perhaps even more important than weight for people living with severe obesity.
The role of culture and diverse knowledge systems needs to be recognized when assessing nature's contributions to people, a new policy forum paper in Science states. Alexander van Oudenhoven and thirty global experts present a new approach that will increase the effectiveness and legitimacy of policies and decisions relating to nature and environmental change.