Crowd-diagnosis (i.e. posters asking people to give or confirm a diagnosis) is becoming increasingly popular on social media platforms, particularly when it comes to STDs. MyMed investigates the pros and cons of using social media to get or confirm a diagnosis.
Do you find yourself craving crisps, candy or doughnuts instead of a healthy snack when you’re sleep-deprived and feeling fatigued? Find out how your dietary choices can influence your energy levels and how to eat for optimum energy.
A recent study's findings show that metacognitive therapy can help to prevent relapses in those suffering from major depression.
Researchers have identified three factors that can help doctors to predict children at risk of being overweight or developing obesity in adolescence, and moms play an important role.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SID) claims thousands of infants lives each year. Now researchers have identified mitochondrial tri-functional protein deficiency (MTPD) as a genetically linked cause that may explain some instances of SIDS. This finding could revolutionize future treatment for this condition.
New research shows that a low FODMAP diet can help to improve specific IBS-like symptoms and quality of life in people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
New research finds that the way in which you and your partner behave after a fight can determine whether it can weaken or strengthen your relationship long term