Helen M. Farrell examines the symptoms and treatments of depression.
Evidence shows that our four-legged friends do have the ability to recognise human emotions.
Research shows well-off women are most likely to have a problem with alcohol.
Eating leafy green vegetables could increase the amount of exercise people do.
Hamburg - The adverts make weight loss sound so easy: Just pop some pills or mix a powder in your drink, and the excess fat melts away.
It is important to understand the factors that can trigger memory loss, writes Andrea Kellerman.
Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition only a few women have been willing to talk about, until now.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg joins riotous social media debate after posting pics of his baby getting immunisation shots.
Jennifer Van Allen looks at some ways to avoid sabotaging your weight-loss goals.
Joining a gym is the ultimate New Year cliché, writes Omeshnie Naidoo.
Jeremy Laurance looks at a clash of scientific titans over the question of what causes cancer.
More and more people seek help because they feel that their memory has worsened.
Paracetamol shows no significant change in body temperatures after use by flu sufferers, researchers find.
Scientists believe that women's brains become sharper than men's in their old age.
Could it be that doctors are too quick to diagnose sexual issues as medical disorders?.