January 24, 2017 0108 GMT
Mixing drugs and fruit likely to be deadly cocktail
Drugs to reduce cholesterol — are prescribed to millions of people in the UK, but experts reveal the effects of taking them with a common breakfast drink could be dangerous.
Cutting down on calories makes you healthier
Cutting down on calories officially helps you live longer, a new study confirmed.
Eating a handful of walnuts a day could protect against killer disease
Bowel cancer risk could be reduced by eating walnuts, as the nuts act as a ‘probiotic’ to keep the bowel healthy.
Millions with metabolic syndrome not getting sufficient vitamin E
A study from Oregon State University shows that people with metabolic syndrome may not be getting sufficient amounts of vitamin E — an antioxidant vital for cell protection, gene expression and immune function.
Coffee consumption may counter age-related inflammation
Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have unearthed a connection between advancing age, systemic inflammation, cardiovascular disease and coffee consumption.
Chewing food has significant health benefits
Chewing food properly is not just good for digestion, but can improve mouth's immune system protecting you against illness, according to a study released by The University of Manchester.
Depression as bad as obesity for heart disease
Depression is almost as likely to cause heart disease in men as obesity, it is claimed.
Scientists develop molecule that reverses antibiotic resistance
Scientists have made a significant breakthrough in the fight against superbugs.
Sunscreen better than umbrella at beach
Sitting under an umbrella at the beach is no substitute for using sunscreen, a new study show.
MRI twice as likely as biopsy to spot prostate cancer
Every man with suspected prostate cancer should have an MRI scan, which is twice as likely to identify the presence of dangerous tumors as the invasive biopsy used currently, said doctors.
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