Researchers argue for cap on caffeine levels, citing health risks, particularly when the drinks are consumed with alcohol
Up to 10,000 new people per week could be infected with Ebola if containment efforts aren't ramped up, international health officials warned.
A UN medical official who caught Ebola while working in Liberia died in the German hospital where he was being treated on Tuesday.
Could sudoku, drugs and a Mediterranean diet help keep our brains fit? What can the latest neuroscience research tell us?
Pharrell Williams song Happy highlighted for possible use in helping patients to tackle their own problems
Life is a serious business. But new research shows that the way to get the most out of it is to be more playful. So get out there and have some fun
Research aims to develop organs to help patients who have injuries or congenital abnormalities
Ebola's contagiousness rate is much less other diseases. On average, an infected person passes the virus on to just two others.
Losing the sense of smell predicts death within five years, according to new research.
If you're looking for something new to freshen up your gym playlist, you'll find 10 great places to start here.
Our surroundings have an incredible impact on how we feel, and clutter can make us feel depressed – so spring cleaning doesn’t just look good, it feels good
"Are we sure about that? Shouldn’t we say, ‘Sugar: If we eat it, it may kill us?’” “And what about how much? Doesn’t it make a huge difference how much we eat?” “Right! If we don’t eat too much, you know, it may not kill us!”
Spring is in full swing, the weather is warming, and April's top 10 songs will bring the heat to your workout as well.
Researchers scoured 50 houses and found they were inhabited by 579 types of arthropods in study thought to be first of its kind
This info-graphic helps you to identify the symptoms of stress and suggests some simple ways to de-stress - some more appealing than others!
My name is Johnny. I am a former rotund recruiter. Some years ago, Here Is The City gathered together 10 fat bankers and two rotund recruiters for a sponsored weight loss. More than £10,000 later, we were all slimmer.
Pentagon-funded device could help people with age-related macular degeneration by enlarging objects so they can see them with peripheral vision
It’s possible to radically improve mental agility. Norman Doige, psychiatrist and author of The Brain’s Way of Healing, suggests strategies to sharpen your mind
Health has become fetishised on social media by ‘fitspiration’ devotees posting pictures of ‘clean’ food and gym-tight abs. But does the trend inspire better living – or is it promoting a new form of body fascism?
Who would have thought that wrapping your lunch in a paper bag could make a difference when trying to get pregnant?
Stories that suggest alcohol can make you a better lover are very popular, but what’s the evidence behind them?
Take zinc? Keep away from kids? Here’s a no-nonsense guide to avoiding colds this winter
Radon is a radioactive gas that causes 1,100 deaths a year in the UK, yet it’s largely unknown. How do you know if it’s in your home – and what can you do if it is?