Morning people less likely to get breast cancer: study

Women who like to wake up earlier have nearly half the risk of breast cancer as their night owl counterparts, according to a study presented by British scientists on Tuesday. Researchers at University...Click To Continue

Breastfeeding key for infant's physical, mental development

All physicians advise that babies should be breastfed for at least the first six months of their lives for better mental and physical development thanks to the vitamins and proteins that mother's milk...Click To Continue

US federal agencies clash on cellphone cancer risk

Two U.S. government agencies are giving conflicting interpretations of a safety study on cellphone radiation: One says it causes cancer in rats. The other says there's no reason for people to worry. No...Click To Continue

Smart wristwatch for the hearing impaired makes life easier

Sense Watch, developed by Turkcell's Arıkovanı, is a personal assistant for hearing-impaired people. It will help them complete daily tasks without any help from others.Every year, some 1.3 million babies...Click To Continue

Paracetamol reduces ability to empathize, study finds

Paracetamol, the active ingredient in most painkillers and antifebriles, are proven to reduce the ability to empathize, according to the scientists of Dokuz Eylül University's Faculty of Medicine. The...Click To Continue

China rolls back ban on tiger, rhino products in medicine

China says it will allow trading in products made from endangered tigers and rhinos under "special circumstances," reversing a previous ban and bringing condemnation from conservation groups. A notice...Click To Continue

Protect your health with immune-boosting nutrition

Good nutrition is essential for a strong immune system – that offers protection, especially from seasonal illness such as the flu and cold. However, do we know what these immune-friendly foods are?Click To Continue

Few smokers know about added sugar in cigarettes

Very few smokers know there is sugar added to cigarettes, a new survey suggests. In addition, very few realize that added sugar increases toxins in cigarette smoke, the study authors wrote in the journal...Click To Continue

Turkish scientist makes key discoveries on cancer treatment

Turkish scientist and Prof. Dr. Ali Mazhar Adli, who conducts studies at the University of Virginia in the U.S., has made two significant discoveries for the treatment of pancreatic and ovarian cancers. Speaking...Click To Continue