Anti-Aging

Beauty Buzz Iman Age: 48   WHERE SHE STARTED Somalia-born Iman says she was a nerdy child growing up. “I never fitted in, so I became laboriously studious.” She was 18, a student of political science at Nairobi University, when photographer Peter Beard saw her walking along the street and

Almost a third of North Americans – more than 103 million – are living single. And despite the constant press about the health benefits of marriage (married people are 17% more likely to catch cancers in earlier, more treatable stages and 20% more likely to survive cancer than unmarried folks,

Anti-aging beauty snags you should know about 1. Whiskers WHERE? All things hairy suddenly get unruly. Where hair should be, it grows sparse, pale and limp (your lashes, brows and formerly luxurious, shiny mane lose pigment, grow thin and grey), and where it should not be, it suddenly starts sprouting

Astonishing stats, published in the journal Lancet Global Health, suggests that more than 650 000 children worldwide develop TB each year. The figure is positioned at almost 25% higher than current predictions made by the World Health Organization. Tuberculosis (TB) in children can be difficult to detect – younger people shelter

As soon as they hit 39, men are viewed as father figures rather than sex symbols, new research suggests. The study, conducted by Crown Clinic in Manchester, found that men start becoming “invisible” sexually to younger women at 39 – the same age as David Beckham, Leonardo Dicaprio and Russell

More than a third of 18- to 24-year-olds feel uncomfortable talking to their doctor about intimate health issues and instead relying on advice online, worrying new research has found. And 39% said they would be unlikely to keep an appointment for an intimate health condition if it was with a

Wanting to watch soccer has become the most common way to get out of having sex, according to a new Durex survey. Durex commissioned the British survey, conducted by 72Point, an international market research organisation, as part of their #DontFakeIt campaign to highlight how soccer affects couples’ sex life. Researchers

“Anesthesiologists may need to improve their hand hygiene habits during surgery, because they might be putting patients at risk for infections,” reports a new study published by Webmd. The study said researchers observed anesthesiologists during operations and found that they had an average of 149 “hand hygiene opportunities” per hour

                  A new study, published in BMJ Open, reports that in the UK, specialist newborn units that treat a large volume of infants are found to have higher survival rates than less busy units. The research found that the chances of survival

The rise of global warming is getting scarier by the minute – the continuous rise in the average temperature of Earth’s climate system. Since 1971, 90% of the warming has occurred in the oceans. Despite the oceans’ dominant role in energy storage, the term “global warming” is also used to