Research

Intense workouts may be killing your sex life: study warns

Intense workouts may be killing your sex life: study warns

A new study conducted by a team of researchers at the University of North Carolina has linked high-intensity workouts to a low sex drive, and possibly infertility, in men.

Stem cell transplant halts MS disability progression: study

Stem cell transplant halts MS disability progression: study

Stem cell transplants should be performed in young multiple sclerosis (MS) patients before they go through rounds of other treatments as the procedure is most effective if done in the early stage o

Erosion of beaches will get worse: researchers warn

Erosion of beaches will get worse: researchers warn

Portraying a gloomy picture of the future, the 2015-16 El Niño eroded an unprecedented amount of the West Coast’s beaches across the states of California, Oregon and Washington.

Rare rat-linked disease leaves 1 dead, 2 sickened in Bronx

Rare rat-linked disease leaves 1 dead, 2 sickened in Bronx

A rare bacterial disease carried by rats has killed one person in the Bronx and left two others struggling for their lives, the city health authorities confirmed.

Women with dense breasts more likely to develop breast cancer: study

Women with dense breasts more likely to develop breast cancer: study

Women with breasts composed mainly of dense glandular tissue rather than fat face a significantly higher risk of developing breast cancer, according to a new study.

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