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.
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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.
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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.
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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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