Researchers for Daily Mail found dishes at 'healthy' high-street eateries containing huge amounts of salt, including one at the Japanese food chain Wagamama with nearly double the daily salt limi...
Kaden Stevenson, 7, from Michigan is an orange belt in martial arts and was an avid soccer player. But after he developed sepsis, doctors were left with no choice but to amputate his legs.
Another two women were confirmed to have been robbed of their vision in at least one eyeball today after using the bacteria-riddled eyedrops. So which eyedrops have been recalled?
N,N-Dimethyltryptamine, or DMT, is the strongest psychedelic known to man and a key ingredient in the potent brew ayahuasca, used by tribal societies widely in the Amazon basin.
Dr Steven Quay, who is based in Taiwan, told DailyMail.com that researchers who published a report on Covid spilling over to humans from raccoon dogs last week were 'untruthful.
The otters all suffered what scientists called the worst lesions on their bodies that they had seen in more than two-and-a-half decades of research.
Office for National Statistics analysts estimate almost 1.7m Brits were carrying the virus on any given day in the week to March 13. This a jump of almost 14 per cent on the week before.
A shortage of ADHD medicine has left children unable to concentrate and behave in school, according to parents and teachers.Of the roughly 6 million US kids with ADHD, most take medications.
Researchers in Boston, Massachusetts, said the results of the trial were 'very encouraging'. They could seek FDA approval for the treatment by the end of this year.
UK food safety watchdogs have issued an urgent warning over the potential risk posed by certain Baronet semi soft cheeses, some of which contain 'exceptionally high levels' of the bacteria.
EXCL: Gas gangrene, an infection that devastated troops in WW1, made a surprise return to Sweden after a 64-year-old man needed six surgeries after he caught the bug while working in his garden.
While sitting crossed-legged may feel comfortable it can have some negative effects on the body- from increasing your blood pressure to affecting sperm count.
Phoebe Howie, 20, from Aberdeen, Scotland, was just 12-years-old when she started having to double up on wearing bras to support her chest, causing her severe back and shoulder pain.
As Chris joins the long list of celebrities to use unconventional diet techniques, FEMAIL went ahead and rounded up the weirdest health fads that the stars have sworn by over the years.
US scientists have now found between 480,000 and 640,000 UTIs could be triggered by E Coli found in raw meat. This bacteria can live in the gut before ending up in the urinary tract.
Top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci brushed off allegations that he funded risky 'gain of function' research in Wuhan, which some allege gave rise to the Covid pandemic.
The full report tying raccoon dogs in Wuhan's wet seafood market to the origins on Covid was revealed Monday in pre-print by a team of international researchers.
Kevin Hill's heart stopped beating while he was in hospital being treated for calciphylaxis - an uncommon disease where calcium accumulates in small blood vessels of the fat and skin tissues.
Researchers from the Ecology Center in Detroit found the majority of checks used at US restaurants, grocery and big box stores including 7-Eleven, ALDI and Costco were harmful.
The unidentified man from Surabaya, East Java in Indonesia suddenly lost consciousness while having sex, before vomiting and going weak on the right side of his body.
Junior doctors will return to the picket lines for a 96-hour walk-out in April after the collapse of talks with Government. This strike will be even bigger than the one that led 175,000 NHS cance...
A young cancer survivor has been left 'permanently giving the finger' after recovering from a rare spinal tumour.
Charli Charalambous, who was caught behind the wheel when she was eight times the drug driving limit following a cocaine binge, was this month handed a £120 fine and banned from the roads for 12...
Coldplay front-man Chris Martin sparked an online debate today as he revealed he only eats one meal a day. So, is this meal plan really good for your health?
The CDC estimates that 80,000 Americans are infected with vibrio every year, although there are only 1,200 to 2,000 confirmed cases annually as it is often misdiagnosed
Those who use smartphone sleep apps up to three times a week can gain around three and a half hours of extra shut-eye and are less likely to suffer from conditions such as anxiety or depression.
A new report into the suicide of 56-year-old NHS manager Frances Wellburn found staff working in community mental health teams are not trained in this area.
Tuberculosis is rebounding to pre-pandemic levels as Covid precautions become consigned to history, raising concerns among investigators with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In an editorial led by United States Air Force colonel Dr David Klein, doctors said minors 'have an inherent ability and right to consent' to the medical interventions that are often irreversibl...
Whether dark or light, hard or soft - the color and consistency of your snot could be an early warning sign for health problems. Doctors say it's worth keeping an eye on as allergy season arrives...
The bacteria has been found lurking in EzriCare and Delsam Pharma eyedrops from the Indian manufacturer Global Pharma, which have been recalled while health officials investigate.
Bethy Red, 25, from Chicago, was left red faced after a workout went very wrong - with the gym equipment breaking and sending her into a painful splits position which she caught on video
Three in 10 children in England have enamel or tooth decay, official figures show. But in Cambridge, the worst-hit part of the country, the figure is 63.6 per cent.
The Food Standards Agency, which published the alert, told people in the UK with coeliac disease or who are allergic or intolerant to gluten not eat the tomato and cheese-based riced balls.
Devices installed in schools to detect whether children are vaping are being set off up to 22 times a day. The sensors send a phone notification to teachers when a hint of vapour is detected.
Vaccine makers GSK, Moderna, and CSL Seqirus are developing new human shots, while others such as Sanofi have said they have the capacity to churn out a sizable number of jabs.
British scientists say they have found a new virus in UK bats with the potential to go to infect humans. And lab analysis of the pathogen found it was only a 'few adaptations' away from doing so.
Dr James Ip, who lives in a £1.7million home in west London, was found to have acted dishonestly in a case brought against him by Britain's medical regulator.
Coffee drinkers walked more leading to better heart health and a longer life, researchers in the US said. But they also failed to hit the bare minimum of seven hours sleep every night.
US health officials issued a warning about C auris on Monday, flagging that the hospital infection had tripled in recent years and grown resistant to multiple drugs.
The six-month suspension of Dr James Ip, a medic specialising in helping British kids with heart problems, for using his wife's Oyster card has provoked outrage among the medical community.
Researchers in Sweden said that the risk of self-harm among children halved in the year after they started to take melatonin. There was also a drop in body injuries, falls and accidents.
EXCLUSIVE: The scheme, currently being trialled, is set to be fully rolled out across England later this year, MailOnline can reveal. Experts hope it will free up 2million GP appointments a year.
Data revealed that they have a total of 541 X-ray machines, CT and MRI scanners which are over a decade old and 41 have at least one X-ray machine that is over 20 years old.
The care regulator warns a crisis in NHS dentistry means elderly people are being left in pain and unable to eat.
Richard Meddings, the chairman of NHS England, suggested new medics were over-qualified after seven years of training because 'most' did not get to use their full skills on the job.
Family doctors are neglecting new mothers by failing to offer crucial post-natal checks, with watchdogs warning many six-week assessments are not taking place.
Representatives from the British Medical Association told health secretary Steve Barclay they would be unwilling to accept anything less than a 35 per cent pay rise.
The symptoms of glaucoma, which affects two per cent of over-40s in the UK, can vary considerably. MailOnline reveals five of the lesser-known signs of the condition.
Three years ago today the UK went into their very first national lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic which drastically changed people's lives.
EXCL: Prescription only drugs like Botox and vitamin B12 injections are being offered as raffle prizes by some British aesthetics clinics, a trend critics have labeled as 'dangerous'.
SHOPPING: Amazon customers are raving about a £29.99 water flosser that has become a 'must-have' dental gadget for deep cleaning their teeth in minutes.
You may have this condition, called misophonia, if you have a strong negative reaction to common sounds, from throat clearing to sniffing and coughing.
Authorities in Tanzania are scrambling to contain the outbreak. They say it has struck the northern city of Bukoba, Kagera province, which is home to 120,000 people.
The TV star criticised No10's equalities minister Kemi Badenoch for comparing 'women going through terrible, terrible menopausal symptoms with those with ginger hair'.
Starting next year, 250 expectant mothers in Philadelphia will receive the no-strings-attached payments from their third month of pregnancy through their baby's first birthday.
A by the University of California, Irvine (UCI), found adolescent female mice exposed to THC had 50 percent less healthy ovarian follicles than the control group by the time they were adults.
The Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America has revealed America's worst 20 cities for pollen counts - with seven in Florida alone. Experts warn a milder winter could make allergy season worse.
Scientists have discovered that living next to a busy road can in fact lead to hypertension - and the more traffic there is, the greater the risk. This can then can lead to heart attack.
The study by scientists in Germany and the US measured the brain activity of a group given a dessert high in fat and sugar each day for two months.
Elle Adams, from east London, woke up in October 2020 and found she was unable to urinate regardless how much fluid she drank.
Pandemic-era rules, such as making the infected self-isolate, were scrapped as part of a drive for society to live alongside the virus. But guidance remains in place.
Researchers in Texas found that mice fed on a high-fat western diet who got the injections gained no weight compared to those who received a placebo, or control substance.
EXCLUSIVE: Four in 10 people in the UK have taken a virus swab in the last month, exclusive polling for MailOnline reveals.
From suhoor, to iftar MailOnline looks at what health conditions might be impacted by Ramadan, whose exempt from fasting, and could skipping meals actually be healthy for you?
GPs could walk-off the job for 24-hours under proposal for a nationwide GP strike in England being considered by the British Medical Association over a new and hated NHS contract.
Leading experts fear the outbreak, which surveillance data suggests has left one in 40 in England infected, will continue to pick up pace in the coming weeks.
Personal trainer Livvy Probert and fitness and nutrition expert Penny Weston explain how to get your goals back in reach, from how to prepare yourself mentally to setting realistic goals.
Christine McGuinness will tonight bravely open up about her life with autism in an eye-opening BBC documentary. But what is autism? And what are the giveaway signs in children and adults?
From forgetting a key practice alongside brushing, to cleaning teeth at the wrong time of the day, London-based Dr Sameer Patel and Dr Safa Al-Naher explain how to keep your pearly whites.
Researchers at the University of Oxford found that users of the progestogen-only pill have a 20 per cent increased risk of breast cancer, the same as those using the combined pill.
It shows how the microscopic yeast strain, also known as C auris, has been detected in over half of American states since first emerging in the US in 2016.
Amanda Lee Hall, (left, cradling her vape) switched from smoking to e-cigarettes after concerns were raised over her health. But in five years the North Carolina resident had suffered lung damage...
Speaking at the Local Government's Association public health conference today, Kate Pike said a 'polluter pay' scheme could help fuel the Government's ambition for the country to be smoke free b...
The American College of Physicians (ACAP) said the rise and spread of antibiotic-resistant cases of Candida auris, also known as C auris, is 'particularly concerning'.
Natalie O'Rourke, from Teddington, joined Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on the This Morning sofa on World Down Syndrome Day, with her ten-year-old son Woody.
Some British kids don't even know what a toothbrush is according to a dentist who visits schools in the East of England, one the areas worst hit by the national NHS dental crisis.
With trust in pharmaceutical companies decreasing, drug makers are cashing in on real patients turned social media influencers to spread the word about their products.
Dr Karan Raj, an NHS surgeon and social media sensation with more than five million followers on TikTok, has recommended his top tips to putting your snoring to bed.
Emollient bath additives are 'not clinically or cost effective' in the treatment of eczema for children under-12, new NICE guidelines say.
Anne Milgram, the DEA's administrator, warned: 'Xylazine is making the deadliest drug threat our country has ever faced, fentanyl, even deadlier.' The drug is now in 48 of 50 states in the US.
Beth Reilly from Wallasey, Merseyside, first became concerned about her son Bailey Kilbane last October when he started developing strange bruises and flu-like symptoms.
A study of over 1,000 Singaporean women trying to have a baby suggests chemicals found in items like cookware and clothing was linked to an up to 40 per cent reduction in getting pregnant.
From cakes and sweets to crisps and bread, many of us have a guilty pleasure. But why do we get such intense food cravings? Here, MailOnline reveals what your food cravings may mean.
If mothers were overweight or followed an unhealthy diet in pregnancy, they may have 'programmed' their daughter to be biologically more at risk of obesity, UK researchers say.
More batches of artisanal soft cheeses have been urgently recalled over fears the products made by The Old Cheese Room may be contaminated with listeria.
Summer is creeping ever closer, which means embarking on weight loss goals for millions. Experts in the UK and US have given their top tips to help achieve the picture-perfect beach body.
EXCLUSIVE: A MailOnline audit found some of the best-loved chocolate Easter eggs on the UK high street contain up to 6,435 calories and 406g of sugar.
DR MEGAN ROSSI: Are you the type who feels jittery after the caffeine hit of a single espresso - or do you feel unaffected no matter how many coffees you line up?
Just this month, Swedish researchers found that bereaved parents are at an increased risk of developing atrial fibrillation, where the heart beats erratically.
New research suggests 156 deaths per year on average in Scotland may have been prevented due to the minimum unit pricing policy, which hiked the price of the cheapest, strongest booze.
Clinicians in England have filed 551 reports regarding patient sight loss due to delayed appointments since 2019, with 219 resulting in 'moderate' or 'severe' harm.
Infertility - not being able to conceive despite having regular unprotected sex for a year - affects one in seven UK couples. Here, we look at some of the most promising options for budding mothe...
Argon gas is fired from a tube inserted into the oesophagus while the patient is under sedation. The treatment targets the area where acid often leaks back up into the food pipe, causing pain.
DR MARTIN SCURR: The textbook description of angina is that it causes chest pain that may radiate into the left arm. But my experience built up over many decades is that it rarely presents this w...
My bed has been a battleground for 24 years. I toss and turn. Sometimes I'll strike lucky and get five or six hours but even then, my nights are broken and restless. Sometimes I don't sleep at al...
RORY CELLAN-JONES: I'm now four years into my own Parkinson's diagnosis, which came in January 2019. But I'm doing OK and looking on the bright side.
Post is joining in on the craze of sleep-boosting late night meals. The firm is among many Big Food brands hoping to cash in on the sleep crisis that is currently harming thousands of Americans.
The 16-year-old civilian victim, who has not been named, took a bullet to the back of his neck from a Soviet-issued pistol just six inches away in the city of Vinnytsia.
There are around 4,200 stomach cancer deaths in the UK every year, says Cancer Research Indigestion and feeling sick are both warning signs of stomach cancer, experts say.
The US-based entrepreneur, who shares videos under the username PressedbySativa, has hit back at her critics online in a series of videos.
The NHS in England is expanding support services for partners of women who have had a baby, with options being trialled including face-to-face counselling and Zoom games nights.
SHOPPING: Shoppers struggling with household chores and gardening due to back pain are finding relief thanks to the PERCKO Lyne Home Jacket - and we have a 15 per cent off code.
Eating nuts and seeds several times a week can reduce the risk of heart disease, a review shows. The snack is linked to lower cholesterol levels and a lower risk of cardio-vascular disease.
The nation, which is home to 5.5million people, has held the title, granted by the World Happiness Report, for six years running.
Research last year found over two thirds of all Brits frequently experience anxiety on a Sunday. So how can we really reduce the pre-Monday dread?
Amid a general shortage of semaglutide weight-loss drug, Dale Dennis, an OnlyFans model and personal trainer from Howden, East Yorkshire, is selling 10mg packets for up to £115.
Ministers' offer of a 5 per cent pay rise to NHS unions has gone down badly among some members with a cross-union group launching a 'Vote Reject' campaign in response.
Professor Cary Cooper, a psychologist at the University of Manchester, revealed his seven tips for finding happiness at work, where the average person will spend 90,000 hours over their lifetime.
European clinics are reporting significant surges in Brits choosing them for joint surgery, such as hip and knee replacements, which are among the most delayed NHS treatments.
Scientists have developed a test to identify which blood-cancer patients will benefit the most from a drug that can stop their cancer from returning. The test looks for genetic clues in cancer ce...
US scientists found that eating 25g of freeze dried blueberries every day, which is equivalent to eating around a cup of the fruit in its natural form, prompts the body to burn more fat while exe...
Thruxted Mill, between Ashford and Cantebury, was one of five sites in the UK where cows with the fatal brain disease were destroyed.
Ahead of the anniversary of the first pandemic lockdowns next week, Scotland's national clinical director said it might have been a mistake to have closed schools during the pandemic.
SHOPPING: Women with symptoms of menopause have called these herbal patches 'life-changing' with helping combat mood swings, disturbed sleep and hot flushes.
Experts examined people with genetic quirks affecting how the body processes caffeine to explore if a regular coffee habit could help drinkers keep slim and reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes.
EXCLUSIVE: Rachel Farnsworth, a hypnotherapist from Lincolnshire, claims she has the solution to erectile dysfunction - and it involves finding the 'root cause' of their condition.
Pharmaceutical industry giants from Purdue to CardinalHealth are facing a reckoning over their outsized role in driving the opioid epidemic, the most devastating drug crisis to ever hit the count...
EVE SIMMONS: My meltdown was caused by the pills I was taking to help me cope with stress. It happened two weeks after I'd started on the antidepressant Prozac, also known as fluoxetine.
A '3D printed vegan nose' - made up of pulped softwood and a key ingredient of face cream - is being developed by British scientists for people who lose their own to accidents or cancer.
DR ELLIE CANNON: Today's reader, aged 85, suffers from type 2 diabetes which causes him to have cold feet. He has tried everything to keep them warm, but nothing works so he needs help.
A high-tech wristband, called the called Tropsensor, is being developed that can spot a heart attack in minutes, boosting patients' (stock photo) chances of making a good recovery.
HEALTH NOTES: One in five mothers (stock photo) say they've drunk more alcohol since having children. Firm Myrkl polled 600 UK mothers and found that parenting can drive them to drink.
Cash strapped pensioners such as Janice Chapple (pictured), 74, are being forced to spend savings on costly private dental treatment as they cannot get NHS care, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
DR PHILIPPA KAYE: Boobs. Baps, bosoms, jugs… norks. Coconuts, melons, puppies, the twins, the girls. Waps, tatas, cha-chas, knockers, honkers, bongos, bazookas.
EXCLUSIVE: An expert at the University of Edinburgh says people who believe they are autistic should be able to self-identify as such without an official diagnosis in some cases.
There are plenty of factors a person can adopt to help them extend their lifespan. DailyMail.com spoke with aging experts about what the lives of healthy centenarians have in common.
EXCLUSIVE: Marion Jones, from Herefordshire, goes commando every day due to 'searing agony' from nerve damage that medics believe was caused by an operation to remove her womb.
DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: Although it is controversial, there is mounting evidence of the benefits that come from being infused with blood from young people.
HENRY DIMBLEBY: When you lift a forkful of food to your mouth, whether sitting down for a meal or chewing on a takeaway burger, you probably think it's your decision.
The tool, created by the Office of National Statistics, simply asks for your age and gender before calculating your life expectancy - or that of anyone else.
Around one in 50 children are now affected by peanut allergies, leading to a lifetime of worries about ingredients in their food. But British experts think they have found a way to reduce that ri...
Those looking for a cut-price weight loss procedure in Turkey should beware of botulism after 67 European patients were struck down with the life-threatening condition.
Steve Brine, the Winchester MP, was urged to step down as chairman of the Commons Health Committee during the investigation into his links with a recruitment company.
Around 56 infants are born with severe spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) in England every year, which causes muscle weakness and can lead to paralysis.
While wearing socks to bed might sound like some people's worst nightmare, Martin Seeley, boss of UK-based MattressNextDay, said it 'can help you fall asleep faster and experience deeper sleep'.
After weeks of wrangling behind the scenes, the Government has offered over one million staff a one-off bonus worth up to £3,800. They will also receive an extra 5 per cent for 2023/24.
As well as layering up with thick coats, scarfs in the winter to stay cozy our bodies have also developed several ways of staying warm. But children stay warmer because they have more brown fat.
Two dolphins have died from bird flu for the first time in the UK. They were both infected with the highly contagious H5N1 virus and were found separately in Devon and Pembrokeshire.
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) warned cases of the sexually transmitted infection are up over a fifth on the previous highest year, rising from 46,541 to 56,327.
Albert Khoury was the first ever patient to receive the procedure in September 2021 at Northwestern Medicine in Chicago, followed by Tannaz Ameli in July last year.
Laying bare the stark disparity between people living in the north and south of the UK, the figures, calculated by the government analysts, look at children born between 2018 and 2020.
A boom in labs handling the deadliest pathogens on Earth in Asia and a rise of labs that could be doing risky experiments in urban centers are just two trends in disease research worrying top sci...
Snoozing is vital for healing the heart and blood vessels. Here, MailOnline reveals the five signs you're not getting enough sleep, according to retailer Bed Kingdom.
EXCLUSIVE: Eight in 10 NHS trusts in England are still clearing fewer patients off their waiting lists than they were before Covid, MailOnline analysis shows. Use our tool to check how your trust...
Some 70 years ago people in the UK had one of the longest life expectancies ratings in the world, ranking tenth globally behind countries such as Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
Dr David Sinclair is a 53-year-old molecular biologist at Harvard University. But thanks to his age-defying hacks, he says his biological age is now about a decade younger.
Many people spend their lives searching for the secret to ageing gracefully. But 90-year-old Robert Eddison from London reckons he's figured it out.
Drinking three to five cups of coffee a day won't just keep you alert, it also has surprising health benefits. According to experts coffee can boost heart health, stop you getting fat and ward of...
VIDEO: Most people will be familiar with the menopause and the misery it causes for so many women - but doctors want to raise awareness of its male equivalent.