A young man from Cologne has suffered severe wounds including the loss of several teeth after the e-cigarette he was smoking exploded in his mouth.
The more your waiter or waitress weighs, the more likely you may be to order dessert and alcohol, a new study suggests.
Swiss researchers have concluded that the urban environment likely plays a key role in obesity levels of individuals based on a study of residents in the city of Lausanne.
A joiner from Berlin has invented a switch which can turn off the flow of sperm from a man’s testicles, making him temporarily infertile. The device could change contraception for ever.
A woman who suffered what she believes were life-threatening side-effects from a contraceptive pill is now suing pharmaceuticals giant Bayer in what could become a landmark case.
Germany had 5,722 new cases of syphilis in 2014 – an increase of 14 percent over the year before, according to a new report by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI).
A drink made from beetroot could help prevent tooth decay – that’s according to a research project by students from the University of Applied Sciences in Upper Austria.
In recent years, blood tests for Down Syndrome have been introduced, but they are still controversial in Germany. And the decision whether or not to terminate a pregnancy remains a tough one. A family tells their story.
German government Ministers have agreed on plans to ban all outdoor tobacco advertising by 2020, a leaked report showed on Thursday.
Processed meat, such as ham and sausages, was classified along with tobacco, asbestos and diesel fumes as “group 1” substances for which there is “sufficient evidence” of cancer risks, according to the review by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) issued on Monday.