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The Drugs That Protect People Who Have Unprotected Sex

The Drugs That Protect People Who Have Unprotected Sex

HIV infection rates are on the rise, particularly among gay men. But could a new type of drug treatment – PrEP – be given to people so they avoid catching the disease, asks Mobeen Azhar. For decades sexual health workers

After Trauma, Women Face Heart Disease Risk

After Trauma, Women Face Heart Disease Risk

Women who experience a traumatic event and develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be at increased risk for heart disease, a new large study suggests. In the study, researchers found that women who had four or more symptoms of PTSD

The Six Best Supersets For A Sick Pump And Serious Muscle Gains

The Six Best Supersets For A Sick Pump And Serious Muscle Gains

You want more muscle and you want more size. We get it. But if you’re already working hard in the gym and doing all the right exercises, what else can you do get some extra growth and sick pump? Simple.

How To Look After Your Eye Health

How To Look After Your Eye Health

Our vision is incredibly important. Without it, you cannot drive a car, or see a beautiful sunset. Working a regular job can be difficult, or in some cases impossible without good vision. Looking after your eyes is key to maintaining

South Korea Reports New Mers Case After Four-Day Pause

South Korea Reports New Mers Case After Four-Day Pause

South Korea has reported a new case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers), the first after a four-day break in infections.A total of 183 people have now contracted Mers in South Korea since it was first detected there in May

Ebola Crisis: Liberia Quarantine After Death

Ebola Crisis: Liberia Quarantine After Death

Liberia’s authorities have quarantined the area where a 17-year-old boy died of Ebola.This is the first reported case of Ebola in Liberia since it was declared free of the disease seven weeks ago. Deputy health minister Tolbert Nyenswah said tests

Pancreatic Cancer Blood Test Breakthrough

Pancreatic Cancer Blood Test Breakthrough

Scientists believe they are close to a blood test for pancreatic cancer – one of the hardest tumours to detect and treat.The test, which they describe as “a major advance”, hunts for tiny spheres of fat that are shed by

Kids Need To Cut Sodium, Salt From Their Diets, Experts Warn

Kids Need To Cut Sodium, Salt From Their Diets, Experts Warn

Chicken nuggets, crackers and macaroni and cheese may be the only foods you can get your kids to eat, but experts agree, the sodium from these and other foods— not to mention the calories and fat— is setting the stage

Which Popular Diets Actually Work?

Which Popular Diets Actually Work?

Diets are the new status symbol. Everyone’s on one, and the one you choose says a lot more about you than how much you weigh. Still, in the end, what’s the point of being fashionable if none of your clothes

Stanford Health Care Celebrates Completion Of Its New Stanford Cancer Center South Bay

Stanford Health Care Celebrates Completion Of Its New Stanford Cancer Center South Bay

Stanford Health Care today held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion and upcoming opening of its new Stanford Cancer Center South Bay in San Jose. Attendees included Stanford Health Care employees and medical staff, area physicians, community members, and