How Too Much Iron (or Too Little) Puts Your Health at Risk

IRON DEFICIENCY IS COMMON in humans. On the other hand, excessive iron (for example, with hemochromatosis) is associated with an increased risk of developing several cancers, including breast, colorectal, liver, and prostate.

The Tricky Politics of Healthy Ageing

To get the best value for money, our politicians should focus on non-medical interventions.

Avoiding Drug-Induced Weight Gain: A Little Awareness Goes a Long Way

This fall, Ozempic suddenly seemed to be everywhere, as celebrities and influencers jumped on the viral trend of using the prescription diabetes drug as a quick weight-loss fix. (Spoiler alert: It’s not that simple.)

Understanding the types of Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric Surgery is common now as a tool to combat obesity. We examine gastric bands, a gastric bypass, and other types of surgery commonly