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Break Out the Coconut Oil: It is Good for You

(NaturalNews) If you could make one change in your current diet which would positively affect all other areas of your life, would you do it? If you knew that just three tablespoons of a saturated fat would positively benefit your current health condition, would you take those three tablespoons of medicine?The Secret Fountain of YouthRead more

Health spending takes rising share of U.S. economy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Health spending will hit $2.5 trillion this year, devouring 17.6 percent of the economy, as the White House and Congress consider major changes to the healthcare system, U.S.Read more

EU health right 'inequality risk'

The right to access healthcare across Europe could worsen health inequalities if patients are not given the right advice.

Men and women appreciate art in different ways

Men and women appreciate art in different ways

Rates of diabetes soar in the UK

The UK saw a 74% rise in diabetes cases around the start of this decade, linked to growing obesity rates, experts warn.

Octuplet 'father' wants DNA tests

A US man who says he could be the father of octuplets born last month says he wants to take a DNA test.

Antibodies protect against bird flu and more

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Researchers have discovered human antibodies that neutralize not only H5N1 bird flu but other strains of influenza as well and say they hope to develop them into lifesaving treatments. Read more

Study may lead to new tests for liver toxicity

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Small fragments of genetic material in the blood may offer an early-warning sign that drugs are causing harm to the liver, U.S.Read more

Anger really can kill you: study

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Anger and other strong emotions can trigger potentially deadly heart rhythms in certain vulnerable people, U.S.Read more

Urine test may tell of breast cancer's spread

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Researchers have found a protein that helps breast cancer cells spread and found it in the urine of women with aggressive breast cancer -- offering a potentially painless way to warn a patient. Read more