Always wake up feeling groggy? Use this three-step formula devised by sleep scientists

Researchers at the University of Berkeley have discovered that what you eat for breakfast and how you sleep and exercise are the three key factors that determine if you wake up feeling refreshed

Do you always wake up feeling groggy and sluggish? Well, you may be in luck. Scientists believe they’ve devised the perfect formula to leave you always feeling refreshed in the morning. And the three-step process, created by some of the world’s top sleep researchers, does not peddle coffee as a miracle cure. But it does … Read more

Second primary school pupil dies from same Strep A infection that killed six-year-old a week ago

Victoria Primary School in Penarth, Wales, where a primary school pupil died from a Strep A infection earlier this week

Second primary school pupil dies from same Strep A infection that killed six-year-old child a week ago Death occurred at primary school in Penarth, Wales earlier this week Comes just week after similar death reported in England last Friday ‘Unlikely that other pupils will be affected’, school and council say By Dale Fox For Mailonline … Read more

The impact of Pfizer‐BioNTech’s BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine booster on the maximum oxygen uptake capacity among recreational endurance athletes

Study: Effect of BNT162b2 mRNA booster vaccination on VO2max in recreational athletes: A prospective cohort study. Image Credit: PIPAT YAPATHANASAP/Shutterstock

In a recent study published in Health Science Reportsresearchers evaluated the impact of Pfizer‐BioNTech’s BNT162b2 messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) vaccine booster on the maximum oxygen uptake capacity (VO2max) among recreational endurance athletes. Study: Effect of BNT162b2 mRNA booster vaccination on VO2max in recreational athletes: A prospective cohort study. Image Credit: PIPAT YAPATHANASAP/Shutterstock Background Severe acute … Read more

Brazilian economist lost three children to cancer in less than 5 years as he battled disease himself

Régis Feitosa (second from right) with his three children who died from cancer: Anna Carolina (left), Pedro (second from left) and Beatriz (right).  Régis is currently battling chronic leukemia and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma

A Brazilian economist has buried three consecutive children due to cancer in the span of less than five years, all while battling the disease himself. All four family members learned in 2016 they suffer from a rare genetic disorder that increases the risk a person and their family have at developing cancer. The disorder, Li-Fraumeni … Read more

Two more cases of Strep A infection that killed girl are found at nearby Surrey primary school

The UK Health Security Agency has been notified of cases of Strep A in Year 1 and Year 6 at nearby Echelford Primary School, while a third pupil has scarlet fever

Two more confirmed cases of Strep A infection that killed girl, six, are found at nearby Surrey primary school as third pupil is struck down with Scarlet Fever Year One pupil from Ashford Church of England school died last week Another child from the same school was hospitalized but is recovering Officials say two more … Read more

Britain faces ‘twindemic’ of Covid-19 and flu this winter, make sure you’re vaccinated against both

With the colder weather arriving, we are seeing increasing levels of flu and Covid-19 still with us

With the colder weather arriving, we are seeing increasing levels of flu and Covid-19 still with us. But there is something you can do to help protect yourself against these viruses. Millions of Brits are entitled to free vaccinations, delivered through the NHS, which protect them against these viruses and reduce the risk of getting … Read more