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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Contrary to what many believe, e-cigarettes are not harmless, study finds.
E-cigarettes are far from harmless, contrary to what many believe, as a new Johns Hopkins study shows they can compromise the immune system and generate some dangerous chemicals.
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Scientists turn back time in human hair and skin cells.
Scientists have shown they can turn back the clock in part of human cells which are related to the ageing process.
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Too much jogging may have serious health implications, new study finds.
Jogging for more 2.4 hours per week is linked to similar rates of death to those with sedentary lifestyles who do no jogging at all, a new study finds.
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How to control belly fat with the right type of exercise.
A mixture of weight training and aerobic exercise is better at controlling belly fat than just doing an equivalent amount of aerobic exercise, a new study finds.
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The link between alcohol intake and heart failure.
Having up to 7 alcoholic drinks a week from early to middle age has been linked to a 20% lower risk of heart disease in a new study.
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Reduce your blood pressure and arterial stiffness with one cup a day.
One cup of blueberries each day may be enough to decrease arterial stiffness as well as lower blood pressure, a new study finds.
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Wheat-free diets are fashionable, but are they more healthy?
Contrary to the myth that wheat can be bad for your health, a new review of the research says otherwise.
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The easiest way to reduce your risk of an early death by 25%.
Just 20 minutes walking each day may be sufficient to reduce the chances of an early death, according to new research.
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