Such random acts of kindness have been scientifically proven to improve one's well-being and they will now be the focus of a new Kindness Institute unveiled at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
Bangladesh's drug regulatory authority on Sunday issued a ban on sales of popular heartburn drug ranitidine while it investigates a potential cancer-causing substance in the drug.
Some people are very sensitive to the effects of caffeine and for these people it’s important to avoid drinking caffeine too close to bedtime – but there is no golden rule about this, just listen to your body.
An international team of researchers is questioning the advice to limit red and processed meats, saying the link to cancer and heart disease is weak.
A Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHaP)-approved series of animation conceptualised and produced in the UAE was launched on Monday afternoon in Dubai to help address the growing need to continually spread behavioural changes against non-communicable diseases on the global scale.
A consultant paediatric neurologist has seen patterns of sleep disorders rooted in childhood. He reminds parents as well as other adult family members to discipline their children or wards with regards sleep hours.
Vietnam warned its people to limit outdoor activities because the air quality in the Southeast Asian country has persistently been at "unhealthy" levels for days.
Inside the makeshift clinic, the team sets up a triage area where patients are weighed and have their blood pressure taken, before being directed to one of several desks manned by medical personnel.
Talk of the global population reaching 10 billion by 2050 has been around for some time. Yet, this statistic actually hides the real source of this growth, and its implications. Only two regions — sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia — will contribute the lion’s share of this new headcount. Indeed, elsewhere