Patients also demonstrated improvements to their memory and ability to carry out day-to-day tasks, like cleaning, laundry and paying bills.
There was little to no increase in breast cancer risk for semi-permanent or temporary dye use.
Knowing about 'bad cholesterol' levels earlier could enable adults to take preventative measures to lower their risk of heart disease.
Poor oral hygiene may allow 'bad bacteria' in the mouth to enter the blood via the gums, which could affect heart health.
Between 79% and 90% of the more than 460 cosmetics analysed had detectable levels of bacteria, including E.coli.
Certain strong Belgian beers – such as Hoegaarden, Westmalle Tripel and Echt Kriekenbier – may help boost gut bacteria, Prof Eric Claassen has said.
As World Aids Day 2019 takes place, NHS England is facing pressure to begin offering the groundbreaking HIV medicine Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP).Administered as a pill under the brand name Truvada, patients in England can currently only receive PrEP without charge as part of the Impact Trial, which began in September 2017 and aims to test its effectiveness on 13,000 people.
A surgeon explains the procedure, how much it costs and how to know if you qualify to get it done.
Microscopic particles may get "released" from tube wheels, escalators and refurbishment works.
HIV damages cells in the immune system, preventing them from fighting off everyday infections, like colds.