Chinese need more sleep amid mounting pressure2017-03-21
Sleeping the night through has become a luxury for many Chinese living amid the growing stress of a fast-paced society.
360截图-1105298.jpg Sleep lessons effective in curbing infant obesity: New Zealand study2017-03-07
Parents given help on how to ensure their infants sleep better have children who are less likely to be overweight.
E-cigarettes encouraging youth to smoke: study2017-01-24
E-cigarettes, widely promoted as an alternative to smoking, are actually attracting young people who might not otherwise have smoked tobacco products.
Government needs better understanding of health2017-01-06
Links found between air pollution and heart, respiratory and kidney problems
Diabetes, heart disease, back pain dominate U.S. health care spending: study2016-12-28
Just 20 conditions make up more than half of all spending on health care in the United States, a new study that examined spending by diseases and injuries said on Tuesday.
Experimental drug may help patients with heart failure2016-12-27
A new experimental drug called cimaglermin may help restore cardiac function after heart failure, a study in humans said Monday.
Optimism may help people live longer: study2016-12-08
People who have an optimistic view on life are more likely to live longer, a said Wednesday.
New mobile app assists doctors in evaluating lung cancer risks2016-12-07
Cancer Research UK on Tuesday launched a new smart phone app designed to help doctors assess lung cancer risk in patients with pulmonary nodules.
360截图-6057550.jpg Daily consumption of nuts lowers various disease risk: study2016-12-06
Eating at least 20 grams of nuts a day could help cut a person's risk of a wide range of diseases.
38 mln people living with HIV worldiwde: UNAIDS report2016-11-22
There were about 38 million people living with HIV worldwide in 2015, according to a UNAIDS report launched in Namibia's capital Windhoek Monday.
Chronically ill U.S. women found underusing online self2016-11-21
A study in the United States indicates that barriers to internet use may be preventing chronically ill middle-aged and older women from accessing online resources for self-care.
未标题-1副本副本副本副本.jpg U.S. smoking hits new low but still linked to 40 percent of cancer cases2016-11-13
U.S. smoking hits new low but still linked to 40 percent of cancer cases
未标题-1副本副本副本副本.jpg Vitamin D may increase survival of women with breast cancer: study2016-11-11
Women with high vitamin D levels following a breast cancer diagnosis are more likely to survive the disease.
Child obesity in England "a state of emergency": health experts2016-11-04
A leading expert in child health said Thursday obesity and overweight in children in England is entering a state of emergency.
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