Breast cancer research suggests two genes involved in regulating and repairing cell’s DNA are involved in breast cancer. When they mutate they are...

An international team of researchers, including experts from King’s College London, also found that, compared to people with low levels of physical...

There are almost 3.7 million people who have been diagnosed with diabetes in the UK, and 90 per cent of those have type 2 diabetes, which is largely...

Diabetes risk – both type 2 and type 1 – is increased by drinking beverages high in sugar. Those who drank sugar-sweetened drinks had a whopping...

Vitamin D plays an important part in the function of the body, regulating the amount of calcium your body needs to keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy. It...

A study by researchers at Oxford and Cardiff found drinking just three and a half glasses of wine a week is enough to raise the risk of dementia. A study...

The anti-cancer vaccine would contain a certain type of stem cell that could train the immune system to attack the growth of tumours, according to scientists.  Known...

Dementia could be caused by eating a high-salt diet, US scientists have claimed. Eating more salt caused about 25 per cent less blood to flow to part...

Taking regular exercise, eating healthily, keeping your brain active, reducing alcohol intake, giving up smoking and booking frequent check-ups with your...

The study published today in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry suggests tying the knot can lower the risk of developing dementia.  Combining...

Experts believe delays in processing the written word could be a red flag before other symptoms start to show. If an early warning test was used, patients...