How much is too much sleep? Study finds link to stroke risk, especially among older people.
Sleeping more than eight hours a night has been linked to a higher risk of stroke, a new study finds.
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The health benefits of saunas revealed by large Finnish study.
Men who take regular saunas have up to a 63% lower risk of dying of as a result of heart problems, a new study of the benefits of saunas finds.
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Cholesterol lowering drugs only benefit 1% of the population, but side-effects are common.
Statins, the cholesterol lowering drugs taken by millions, are not as effective as we have been led to believe, a new review of the evidence argues.
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New research analysed 12 different drinks in study of whether soda causes cancer.
The byproduct of a chemical used to give soda a caramel colour could cause cancer, a new study finds.
Continue reading Which Soda Causes Cancer? Popular Ingredient Linked to Higher Risk
Lack of sleep is linked to developing high blood pressure, depression, obesity and diabetes.
As little as 30-minutes napping can make up for hormonal problems caused by getting just 2 hours sleep the previous night, a new study finds.
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Side-effects of antibiotics could include obesity, behaviour change and stress.
The side-effects of antibiotics, especially on the gut, are much greater than previously thought, a new study finds.
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Study finds some fruit juices could reduce fat accumulation in the liver.
Drinking red grape juice and even red wine could help with weight loss, a new study finds.
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Here’s what top experts in ten different countries say about how to brush your teeth.
A comparison of advice about how to brush your teeth from dental associations of ten different countries has found a huge range of recommendations.
Continue reading How To Brush Your Teeth: Why Advice Is So Inconsistent
Study tested 4,500 people’s exposure to organophosphates in their food.
People who eat organic food have significantly lower levels of potentially dangerous pesticides in their system, a new study finds.
Continue reading One of The Main Reasons To Eat Organic Confirmed by Large Study
The maximum number of teaspoons of sugar that is healthy.
Added sugars — particularly fructose — are the main cause of diabetes and pre-diabetes, a new scientific review finds.
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