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Too much salt and sugar and not enough exercise – why Australians’...

Almost three in four Australian children consume too much sugar, 91.5% of young people do not meet physical activity recommendations, and Australians are among the most obese people in the world. Today

Glioblastoma: why these brain cancers are so difficult to treat

You find yourself sitting in your doctor’s surgery. It’s only been a few days since your initial visit to check on these pounding headaches you’ve been waking up with, along with some dizziness, nausea and vomiting, and a general drowsy and disconnec

The Truth behind 5 Food Myths

It goes like this: A client looking to lead a healthier life hires me, a nutritionist, to help him improve his diet. I analyze what he's been eating, factor in his food preferences, and together we create an eating plan that fits his lifestyle and goals.

How to Catch Skin Cancer Earlier with Medical Selfies

There are the photos you post on Snapchat, and then there are the skin pics you should share with one person only: your dermatologist.

Could Your Fat Past Screw You Over Today?

Your old junk-food days could come back to bite you: Being overweight as a teen can increase your risk of colon cancer later on , suggests new research from Sweden.

Can Your Muscle-Building Supplements Give You Testicular Cancer?

If you pop some pills to supercharge your workouts, bulking up might not be the only result: Using muscle-building supplements is linked to an increased risk of testicular cancer , researchers from the Yale School of Public Health found.

Are Cigars a Safe Substitute for Cigarettes?

Lighting up a Cuban could be more lethal than you think: Cigar smokers are at risk of dying from many of the same diseases that affect people who puff on cigarette s, suggests research recently published in BMC Public Health.

The Symptom That’s Normal When You’re Sick, But Dangerous When You...

Feeling a couple pea-sized lumps underneath your neck when you’re sick is usually no big deal. But glands that puff up repeatedly—without any cold or flu-like symptoms—can be the sign of a bigger problem, says a new study from the U.K. 

A Woman With Cancer Posted A Photo Of Her Breast On...

The picture has been shared tens of thousands of times.