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One in three prescription drugs that people take every day can cause depression and increase the risk of suicide—and yet nobody seems to be aware of the dangers, a new study has found.
One in every five deaths among young adults in the US is caused by opioid painkillers, a new study has discovered. The drugs' death toll has tripled in the past few years alone
Heart disease is still the biggest killer in the West—and loneliness could be one of its biggest causes, a new study has discovered.
A crucial report into the dangers of formaldehyde—found in building materials such as plywood and foam insulation—has been suppressed by the chemical industry. The US's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has delayed the release of the papers that now links the chemical to leukaemia as well as other cancers.
A healthy gut can lead to a longer life—and taking a probiotic and a herbal supplement helps make sure it is healthy, and this could increase your longevity by as much as 60 per cent, new research suggests.
We may dream of moving to a quiet village when we retire—but it could be the worst thing we do for our mental health and wellbeing. People who stay connected to a larger social group slow the process of brain ageing, a new study has discovered.