‘Very little evidence to support it’: Why some scientists give cupping a poor score

Rio Olympics Swimming

Some scientific judges are giving poor scores for the efficacy of cupping, a pain-relief therapy getting a lot of attention because of its use by some Olympic athletes, including American gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps.

‘Very little evidence to support it’: Why some scientists give cupping a poor score

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Volunteering after age 40 ‘may be more meaningful for mental well-being’

Senior volunteer

Volunteering in middle age and later years may be linked to better mental well-being, British researchers find.

Volunteering after age 40 ‘may be more meaningful for mental well-being’

Volunteering after age 40 ‘may be more meaningful for mental well-being’

Senior volunteer

Volunteering in middle age and later years may be linked to better mental well-being, British researchers find.

Volunteering after age 40 ‘may be more meaningful for mental well-being’

Volunteering after age 40 ‘may be more meaningful for mental well-being’

Senior volunteer

Volunteering in middle age and later years may be linked to better mental well-being, British researchers find.

Volunteering after age 40 ‘may be more meaningful for mental well-being’

Volunteering after age 40 ‘may be more meaningful for mental well-being’

Senior volunteer

Volunteering in middle age and later years may be linked to better mental well-being, British researchers find.

Volunteering after age 40 ‘may be more meaningful for mental well-being’

Volunteering after age 40 ‘may be more meaningful for mental well-being’

Senior volunteer

Volunteering in middle age and later years may be linked to better mental well-being, British researchers find.

Volunteering after age 40 ‘may be more meaningful for mental well-being’

Self-testing kit for sexually transmitted infections may be coming this fall

Eve Medical

This fall, Canadian women may be able to self-administer tests for sexually transmitted infections from the comfort of their own homes, for less than $100. But some physicians warn self-testing comes with risks.

Self-testing kit for sexually transmitted infections may be coming this fall