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Women with low levels of vitamin D are almost twice as likely to develop breast cancer, a major review has concluded.
Opioid painkillers have turned people into addicts and destroyed whole communities—and now a new report has revealed they don't work in 90 percent of cases.
With all the hysteria raging around the coronavirus (now COVID-19) outbreak, let's start by putting the scale of the epidemic into context. First, the coronavirus is less contagious than previous viral outbreaks, such as SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). Second, it's far less lethal than even the seasonal flu; that kills upwards of 60,000 people in the States alone every year, while, at the time of writing, the coronavirus had claimed just over 900 lives around the world since December, when it was detected.
The theory about a link between aluminium and Alzheimer's disease just won't go away—and now new research has discovered a definite connection.
America's drug regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is fast-tracking drug approval with less evidence, so increasing the risk of a dangerous pharmaceutical getting onto the market.
Longterm mobile phone use can cause brain tumours, one of Italy's highest courts has confirmed.
The high-fats, low-carbs ketogenic diet could be good for you—but only for one week. After that, it starts to have negative health effects, a new study suggests.