LONDON (Reuters) - Companies' disclosure of risks to their business from climate change could become mandatory in a few years as investor pressure gathers pace, climate finance experts said on Tuesday
Researchers from Uppsala University, Sweden, found otherwise healthy, sleep-deprived adults favour bigger portions, seek more calories and are more impulsive with food.
Key brain cells act as a trigger to prevent us burning calories when food is scarce, a University of Cambridge study has found. The findings could lead to new treatments for obesity.
Walgreens and Mental Health America say nearly 75% of visitors to the drugstore giantís mental health site who completed screenings are moving toward follow-up behavioral health treatment.
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Bosses would have much more productive employees if they were allowed to do their job during their peak hours, University of Sydney scientists suggest.
HANOVER, Germany (Reuters) - Some Volkswagen managers are struggling to adapt to the German carmaker's drive to improve accountability after its diesel emissions fraud, its chief executive said, sugg
Health ministers, diplomats and other high-level envoys are set to choose the next director-general of the World Health Organization among three finalists
Researchers from Duke University, North Carolina, found that reducing calorie intake by a quarter slows inner ageing by 0.6 years annually versus having a normal diet.
For example, dairy products can have a lesser effect on cholesterol than would be predicted on the basis of their saturated fat content if eaten with other foods, Danish scientists found.
Just eight months on from giving birth, Fatima Stagliano, from the Gold Coast, has overhauled her fitness and is now able to show off an incredible set of abs and enviable physique.
But a breakthrough study from a team of scientists from Iowa State University has found that one gene had a 'dramatic difference' in its impact on memory and cognitive function.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's competition watchdog on Tuesday accused Merck & Co of operating an anti-competitive discount scheme for its medicine Remicade, designed to restrict competition from so-cal
Paramedics who make house calls for blood pressure and blood sugar checks? N.L.'s health minister hopes so.
Lyndsey Thomas, 34, careered across three lanes on the M61 near Manchester after losing consciousness at the wheel. She escaped unharmed aside from some minor fractures.
LONDON (Reuters) - AstraZeneca's experimental injection for severe asthma cut substantially the need for patients to take problematic oral steroid drugs in a late-stage study, boosting hopes for a med
Known as non-invasive prenatal testing, it screens foetus' when they are just nine weeks old and reveals their sex. It is set to be rolled out across the NHS by 2018.
Kids wearables are a market truly poised to skyrocket. And with good reason. As well as promising to improve health outcomes for children, the category sits at the confluence of trends that are here t
Uncertainty over the future of health care for millions next year is growing deeper
BEIJING (Reuters) - Heavy rains this week have brought relief to parched fields in China's major grain producing regions, breaking a months-long dry spell that had slowed corn planting and hit winter
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan will bring forward a target to boost the use of generic drugs by six months to September 2020, two government sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday.
The study authors, from the World Cancer Research Fund, estimate 12,000 cases of breast cancer could be prevented in the UK each year if nobody drank alcohol.
The University of Exeter Medical School said that the study has revealed the first new indicator of cancer to have been robustly identified in 30 years.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan will target a boost in the use of generic drugs to over 80 percent from the current 56 percent by September 2020, two government sources with direct knowledge of the matter sai
Thatís a massive sum in a state where the entire general fund budget is $125 billion
More than one assault a day was reported to police between 2014 and 2016, File on 4 found.
The device, pictured, has been created by a British scientist who said it could also save the NHS huge sums by getting patients out of hospital quickly.
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Hawaii will likely suffer more coastal flooding this week driven by record high tides, a symptom of global warming that could become routine within decades, scientists said Monday.
California authorities say one man is dead in an apparent botulism outbreak stemming from nacho-cheese dip sold at a gas station
That's what a report says - but we look at all the risks of breast cancer for women.
The study of 2,000 British 18-year-olds found that those growing up in urban areas were 40 per cent more likely to have had episodes of psychosis than their countryside counterparts.
Mayoral candidate and state senator wants to explore whether infections are related to water shutoffs
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Fiona Frenchís story makes for shocking reading. For 40 years, the social scientist from Edinburgh was given repeat prescriptions for benzodiazepine drugs to treat her epilepsy.