Study included data from 600,000 drinkers — half drank more than 100g a week
No protective effect of light drinking (up to 7 units per week) over abstinence
'Continuing to exercise even after developing atherosclerosis may reduce the seriousness of a heart attack'
Risk of high body mass index for developing severe liver disease present from early age
Heavy lifting and evening/night/rotating shift patterns were associated with poorer egg quality
Dr Paul Kavanagh asks in the course of your working day, what else can you do which offers more potential to make such a powerful positive impact on a patient’s health than talking to them about their smoking habit? 2016 has offered us a lot to reflect on.
Of the process addictions, which are all undergoing growth in Ireland, gambling is one of the most complicated, with services for this addiction currently grossly inadequate, writes Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Colin O’Gara Ireland, like the rest of the world, has experienced vast increases in internet usage and broadband quality.
Five-minute test measures biological markers in urine created by the breakdown of foods
Growing old disgracefully and having fun may well be the key to a long life according to a new study, which has found that sustained enjoyment of life over several years in older age is associated with lower mortality.
Daily average steps during the first week of installation increased by 955 additional steps