A woman believed she was suffering from Crohn's disease for six years until doctors performed surgery and discovered a ketchup packet in the lining of her intestine.
The idea that sugar could be a fundamental cause of the global obesity and diabetes epidemics, with deleterious effects on the human body that go beyond just empty calories, should be considered seriously again, argues journalist ...
New research from Cambridge University, supported by European Union funding, has added weight to the theory that education protects against Alzheimer's disease.
The benefits of sticking to a healthy diet to prevent long term weight gain are greater in people at high genetic risk for obesity than in those with low genetic risk, finds a study in The BMJ today.
A new score for predicting a man's genetic risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer could help guide decisions about who to screen and when, say researchers in The BMJ today.
The impact of pay for performance programs in US hospitals has been "limited and disappointing" say experts in a study published by The BMJ today.
Although China remains one of the countries with the lowest incidence of type 1 diabetes globally, a study published by The BMJ today shows that there has been a rapid increase in the number of new cases (incidence) of the ...
Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in England have accepted hundreds of payments from drug companies that they have not disclosed to patients and the public, reveals an investigation by The BMJ today.