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Ditching two unexpected foods from diet could increase diabetes risk
Type 2 diabetes could be more likely in people who swap to a vegetarian or vegan diet, a study found.
Cholesterol-lowering vaccine jab to stop heart attacks
Heart attacks could be prevented with a jab after promising research revealed it can help the immune system lower cholesterol.
Lifestyle changes may slow, prevent dementia
Simple changes to your lifestyle might delay the start of dementia or slow its progression, a new report suggested.
Symptoms of heat stroke or heat exhaustion
Heat stroke and heat exhaustion are serious conditions if they are not treated quickly and effectively, but people can ignore the symptoms and pass them off as normal during hot weather.
Eating chips twice a week doubles chance of death
Eating chips more than twice a week can double risk of dying, a new study has found.
Older fathers may produce smarter sons
In a finding that might bring older Dads some peace of mind about their sons' future job prospects, a new study found these kids are more likely to be ‘geeks’.
High blood pressure could be linked to deadly cancers
High blood pressure — also known as hypertension — is associated with an increased risk of heart disease, heart attack and stroke.
Sleeping-in on weekends linked to lower body weight
Catching up on lost sleep over weekends may help people keep their weight down, according to a study in South Korea.
What is the best time of day to exercise?
Some fitness gurus recommend working out first thing in the morning because that’s when you’re least likely to have scheduling conflicts and therefore more likely to exercise regularly.
Radon increases risk of malignant skin cancer
New research by the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, or TPH, shows that radon gas in the home increases the risk of developing skin cancer.
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