Your Tuesday nights are about to get way more fierce—and sweaty!
An incredible set of photos document Jaycie Jones life from the very first moments when she was no more than cells in an IVF lab in Nottingham to a scan just a month before her birth.
Seb Tucknott, 29, of West Sussex, has ulcerative colitis, a long-term bowel condition. He has given a candid account of his condition to let others know they are not alone.
Calculations by Joe Stange from Phoenix-based Draft magazine show that after three 4% beers, containing 1.4 units each, 1.2 units of alcohol remain, compared to 2.4 units left by the 5% beers.
Marina Hyde, 30, from Coalville, Leicestershire, was rushed to A&E after suffering a severe allergic reaction to Schwarzkopf XXL hair dye in Cosmic Blue.
Mohammed Abad (pictured), from Edinburgh, only has to squeeze a button on his testicles to inflate his makeshift manhood, which floods with liquid from his stomach.
New research suggests that women who live in countries where they know they can easily access fertility treatment are more likely to delay motherhood in favour of pursuing careers or study.
The findings raise serious ethical questions about whether modafinil should be ‘classified, condoned or condemned', University of Oxford and Harvard Medical School experts said.
Tatiana and Krista Hogan, from Vernon in British Columbia, were born with their skulls and brains fused. Now seven years old, they can see through each others' eyes and share emotions.
The scar is a badge of honor.
GRAPHIC WARNING: When the girl begins to squeeze it, the boil doesn't explode like you might expect-instead the nauseating footage shows the pus coiling out like a worm writhing from the earth.
British researchers have warned that sanding and drilling create ‘dangerous dust' emissions - including clouds of microscopic particles linked to heart disease and cancer.
The poll by online pharmacy MedExpress.co.uk revealed 36 per cent of people have never had an STI test - despite being sexually active.
If this doesn't motivate you to work out today, nothing will.
Emily Surridge, from Bexhill, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at the age of two. Now, 14, the teenager has defied the odds, and doctors say there is no reason she won't have children.
Experts are concerned that children are being wrongly given the drugs after being misdiagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD.
Experts at Sheffield University discovered that the body's defences go into ‘overdrive' and reverse the benefits of the treatment. They found that swarms of white blood cells help tumorus regrow.
Elisa Bellandi, now 14, survived an abortion when her mother fell pregnant with her when aged 43. Her parents, Giuseppe and Aurora, from Rimini, Italy, are suing the hospital that carried it out.
Waiting times for some procedures are at their worst for seven years according to a wave of figures released which paint a shocking picture of services within the NHS.
Victoria Burnham, 35, from Bridlington, shed the weight in just six months. As a result of her eating disorder she can no longer care for her children, who now live with their father.
The new research has led some academics to call for 1983 advice that we cut the amount of saturated fat in our diets to be scrapped after it was revealed that statistics don't back it up.
Analysis by Cancer Research UK found 80 per cent of patients in Britain with one of eight common cancers survive for at least ten years if the disease is detected in its early stages.
John Doyle, from Co. Kerry, Ireland, 23, was morbidly obese at 20st 1lb. But the teenager gave up junk food and started working out to reach 11st 9lbs after being inspired by his super-fit cousin.
Scientists at the University of East Anglia found when asked to provide solutions to a problem, such as uses for a paper clip, people with autism were more creative in their ideas.
Brain scans revealed when a person is stressed they show patterns associated with a loss of self-control, scientists at the University of Zurich noted.
The Washington-based American Chemical Society's video explains that it may be coffee's acidic nature that has an impact on some people's stomachs and causes them to want the toilet.
People who eat more trans fat face an increased risk of heart disease, a new study finds. But the same is not true of people who eat more saturated fat, the researchers said.
The enzyme was able to significantly reduce the time nicotine lingered in the blood, preventing it from reaching the brain, where it triggers addiction, Scripps Research Institute experts said.
People with poor thinking skills may be at higher risk of heart attack or stroke, a study has shown. Scientists monitored almost 4,000 individuals with an average age of 75 for three years.
Scientists at Washington University in St Louis found women who consumed two drinks after the operation had blood-alcohol contents similar to those who had four drinks but hadn't had the surgery.
Psychologists at the University of Pittsburgh were 'surprised there was no difference in health outcomes regardless of how often men used cannabis as a teenager.
The method was discovered by accident at Spain's national cancer research centre, where a researcher found that mice given anti-inflammatory drugs grew extra hair.
The blue light emitted by modern electronic devices can knock out the body's natural rhythm, disrupting sleep, Harvard neuroscientists claim.
California researchers say the work, in snails, could one day lead to new hope for patients in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease.
Scientists at New York's Weill Cornell Medical College found cells known as ILC2s help convert white 'bad' fat into brown 'good' fat cells which burn excess energy and help a person lose weight.
NHS guidelines say that 93 per cent of patients given an urgent GP referral for suspected cancer should be seen by a specialist in hospital within two weeks, who will then send them for tests.
IT Manager John Walker, won a landmark discrimination case against his employers, after a judge at the High Court in London (pictured) ruled the effects of obesity can be classed as a disability.
This week the health service was facing the highest level of emergency admissions in its history, with staff having to work 'flat-out' simply to cope with demand.
The tiny disc, which is planted under the skin of rheumatoid arthritis sufferers, reduces crippling joint pain by firing electrical pulses to a key nerve in the body.
A report by Citizens Advice found people aged 18 to 34 are more than twice as likely to visit A&E departments or walk-in centres than those aged 55 and over.
Six month old Freddie Summersgill, from Co Durham, now has a special helmet which will allow his flat head to grow normally, thanks to fundraising from his mother Becci Oram, 24, and the local community.
University of Michigan researchers say the dip in two key hormones may help men prepare for bonding with their babies - as well as stop them from straying.
A review of two trials, published by the global Cochrane Library, found one in 10 smokers using e-cigarettes had been able to quit the habit up to a year later, while around a third had cut down.