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Toxins and stress make 911 first responders more likely to develop dementia image

NEWSToxins and stress make 911 first responders more likely to develop dementia

September 11th 2020

...the 911 World Trade Center attacks have a higher risk of developing dementia, suggesting that stress and pollution are two causes of the disease.

Alzheimer's drugs don't work, but keeping your heart healthy just might image

NEWSAlzheimer's drugs don't work, but keeping your heart healthy just might

August 5th 2020 in Drugs

...d to prevent Alzheimer's disease doesn't work. Instead, staying mentally stimulated, avoiding stress and keeping your cardiovascular system healthy are far more effective.

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NEWSDepression isn't a problem, it's a reaction

June 10th 2020

Treating depression with antidepressants has been a medical failure—and that's because psychology ...

Brain fog—and worse—after eating a Big Mac image

NEWSBrain fog—and worse—after eating a Big Mac

May 29th 2020

Eating a burger may be comforting—but don't plan on doing any work that needs focus afterwards.

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NEWSIsolation triggers processes that can lead to multiple health conditions

April 20th 2020 in Diabetes

Social isolation doesn't only affect us mentally, it triggers inflammatory processes in the body tha...

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NEWSEat some kimchi for a better night's sleep

March 16th 2020

If you aren't sleeping well, be kinder to your gut. Eating prebiotics such as yoghurt, sauerkraut or...

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NEWSSponsored Content: The Nutrition Gap

February 25th 2020 in Diabetes, Nutrition and diet

Investigations carried out by scientists have proposed optimum levels of nutrients for good health. ...

Mental burnout can lead to heart problems image

NEWSMental burnout can lead to heart problems

January 27th 2020 in Heart Health

Burnout—when you're feeling tired all the time—has already been linked to heart disease and rais...

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NEWSYoga is good for the ageing brain

January 9th 2020

Its exponents have known it for millennia, and now Western experts finally agree: yes, yoga is good ...

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NEWSYou really can't outrun a bad diet

January 9th 2020

If you want to lose weight, what matters more—exercise or diet? New research suggests the amount a...

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Moving through a bad time image

FEATUREMoving through a bad time

September 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 6) in Environment

Traumatic experiences tend to stay stuck in your body as well as your mind. Charlotte Watts demonstr...

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FEATUREBugs in the brain

August 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 5) in Drugs

Antibiotics don't just affect your gut, but may be behind many cases of 'mental' illness, says natur...

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FEATURETen-finger exercise

August 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 5)

Computers and smartphones have given rise to a host of chronic pain in the hands. Here's how to avoi...

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FEATURETurning up the heat

April 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 1) in Fitness

You don't have to feel the burn to crank up a sluggish thyroid. Charlotte Watts offers a range of si...

‘How I beat chronic fatigue’ image

FEATURE‘How I beat chronic fatigue’

December 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 9)

Film PR guru Rebekah Smith suffered from debilitating fatigue for years. But a tailor-made diet prog...

The secret reason for your tiredness image

FEATUREThe secret reason for your tiredness

June 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 3) in Diseases

As a teenager, Marie Waters felt constantly tired

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FEATUREThe drug that ruined our lives

October 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 7) in Drugs

Ciprofloxacin is a 'last resort' antibiotic-but doctors are treating it as a routine drug, with terr...

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FEATUREMy brain tumour, my friend

May 2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 2) in Drugs, Environment

Arielle Essex tells how her brain tumour proved to be her greatest teacher, after prompting her to h...

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FEATUREChildhood bed-wetting

August 2012 (Vol. 23 Issue 5) in Diabetes

Bed-wetting, or 'enuresis', is the involun-tary passing of urine at night or during sleep

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FEATUREWinter blues and vitamin D

January 2012 (Vol. 22 Issue 10) in Drugs

For many, winter brings 'seasonal affec-tive disorder' (SAD), which is a form of depression

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