Do not follow fashion trends blindly. Consider the long and short-term health risks associated with the latest fashion trends, says leading Orthopaedic Surgeon, Simon Moyes.
E-smokers beware! There is not enough evidence to prove the claim that e-cigarettes are an healthy alternative to smoking.
Studies have revealed that overdoing vigorous exercise can lead to risks of major health issues even death.
While the skyscrapers and growing satellite city projects in India are fast emerging as markers of development, the new towns pose serious health risks to the poor, a study has found.
Efforts to send humans to Mars would likely expose them to health risks beyond the limits of what NASA currently allows, an independent panel of medical experts said today.
A new study reveals that “body shape index” is a more accurate predictor of mortality than “body mass index” (BMI).
A new study that reconstructs the evolutionary tree of flu viruses may have implications ranging from the assessment of health risks for populations to developing vaccines.
The Food and Drug Administration in America has ordered a safety review of antibacterial soaps after a new study warned that such products contain ingredients that make humans resistant to antibiotics.
The radiation from cellular phones and their network towers pose no health risk and any impact which these could have on health were minor, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has clarified.
Researchers have found that the offspring of obese mothers may be spared health problems linked to obesity, while their own children then inherit them.
The Fukushima nuclear disaster has not caused any immediate health risks, UN experts reported in Vienna Friday as part of their interim investigation results.
Body shaping underwear popular among women to achieve a slimmer look can lead to gastrointestinal problems, nerve damage and even deadly blood clots, experts have warned.
Armed forces will conduct studies related to blood disorders and heart diseases risks faced by soldiers in higher altitude
Armed forces will conduct studies related to blood disorders and heart diseases risks of soldiers in higher altitude.
A variety of current fashion trends and clothing staples could land you in the doctor’s office, experts have warned.
People who travel frequently for work may suffer from high blood pressure.
People who travel frequently increase the rates of poor health and health risk factors.
Highly-caffeinated energy drinks may pose significant threat to individuals and public health.
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