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Daytime drowsiness, alertness influenced by diet that includes fatty foods, researchers say.
Moderate physical activity doesn't exacerbate symptoms of fibromyalgia and may even help.
Fifteen people in Saudi Arabia have died from a Sars-like virus out of 24 people who contracted it since last August.
A gene found in dogs holds promise as a treatment for eczema.
Researchers have found clues to the inherited causes of testicular cancer and non-inherited causes of congenital heart disease.
Smoking dagga may be less likely to cause bladder cancer than smoking cigarettes.
The effects of gluten intolerance can be minimised with proper nutrition, expert says.
Researcher calls troubled sleep an 'uncalculated cost' of America's weight epidemic.
One species of bacteria may be linked to slowed progress in the growth of infants.
Study finds hay fever increases frequency of respiratory problems in COPD patients.
KZN doctors are claiming millions for private work carried out at a time when they should have been attending to patients in state hospitals.
Climate change will cause widespread global-scale loss of common plants and animals.
A vaccine that could help fight heroin addiction shows promise in early tests in rats, researchers report.
Scientists report positive results in early testing of a wireless pacemaker that's placed in the heart instead of being connected to it via wires from the upper chest.
Anyone wanting to live longer and cut their risk of suffering from heart disease might want to consider getting a pet.
The act of exploring helps shape the brain and adventuring is what makes each individual different, according to a German study.
Vegetables that contain nicotine may offer some protection against Parkinson's disease, research suggests.
In the war against cancer, it looks like matchmaking - between genes and drugs - could be an important tool, according to new research.
Women with the largest social networks were most likely to report the best overall quality of life during breast cancer treatment, a new study has found.
Even minor noises of everyday life raise people's heart rate, a small study has found.