Chances are you read this sentence concerning yawning and you yawned. Right?
Well, a brand-new research advises that you might not truly be yawning given that it’s communicable, or you’re burnt out or fed upped.
You’re actually yawning since your mind is too hot.
Maternal deaths have actually fallen worldwide, stopping by 45 % since 1990, baseing on brand-new numbers.
The stats, launched by the World Health Organization, additionally give brand-new proof on the sources of women passing away in pregnancy or childbirth.
The WHO shares most are preventable, highlighting the need for additional investment in pregnancy treatment.
A trial has begun of a vaccine to treat an aggressive form of brain cancer.
The first patient in Europe has received the treatment at King’s College Hospital in London. Robert Demeger, 62, was diagnosed with the condition earlier this year.
TV chef Heston Blumenthal appears to have found the key ingredient to give elderly hospital patients an appetite.
Working with food scientists at the University of Reading, the bespectacled kitchen guru discovered ingredients rich in the fifth basic taste, umami, makes food more appealing.
Football fans going to the World Cup in Brazil should be aware of the risk of dengue fever, a UK expert warns.
The tropical disease, spread by mosquito bites, could be a problem in three of the 12 host cities next summer, says Prof Simon Hay, of Oxford University.
The number of motorists arrested for drink-driving the “morning after” has risen, police figures suggest.
Arrests between 06:00 and 08:00 rose from 350 in 2011 to 363 in 2012 – an increase of 4%, the data shows.
The man who led the public inquiry into the Stafford Hospital scandal has agreed to become president of the Patients Association, promising to do all he can to rid the NHS of bad care.
Robert Francis’s appointment to the UK’s most high-profile patient group has coincided with it publishing its annual dossier of patient stories.