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Cancer-causing foods you probably eat every day
It’s probably not something you think about every day, whether or not the foods you are eating could contain carcinogens, but with almost 1.5 million people diagnosed with some type of cancer just last year, perhaps it’s time to look at what is in our foods that could be causing such a huge number of new cancer patients. Here is a list of the top foods that you most likely consume every day that may contain carcinogens or be suspected of causing cancer:
Pill-size sensor sniffs out gases that pass through your gut
A swallowable, pill-size sensor that can sense gases as it travels through the human digestive tract may one day help doctors diagnose patients' gut conditions, such as lactose intolerance and irritable bowel syndrome, a new, small study found.
One extra hour in bed can make you healthier: Study
It’s a New Year’s Resolution made by many people each year — to try to lead a healthier lifestyle and lose weight.
How can turmeric help reinvigorate your health?
When conventional treatments failed, Dieneke Ferguson turned to the spice world.
Heat-not-burn tobacco 'is a health risk'
‘Heat-not-burn’ tobacco products are harmful to health even though they are safer than regular cigarettes.
'Third of mothers' experience mental health issues
More than a third of mothers have experienced mental health issues related to parenthood, according to an online survey of 1,800 British parents by the BBC Radio 5 live and YouGov.
Activists: Bahrain's top Shia cleric health deteriorates
The health of Bahrain’s top Shia Muslim cleric has deteriorated, activists said on Monday, after months under virtual house arrest following a government decision to revoke his citizenship.
Link between poor mental health, low income
Have you ever been so skint that you had a nap for dinner?
Beware, your love for energy drinks may damage your health
Regular consumption of energy drinks can damage your health and cause mental health problems, increased blood pressure, obesity and kidney damage. And they are definitely a no-no for children.
Health insurer drops fossil-fuel investments
Australia’s largest private health insurer, Medibank, will shed tens of millions of dollars in fossil-fuel investments because of the effects of climate change on human health.
Children in care need mental health support
"It felt like no-one was there for me and no-one cared — I was crying myself to sleep every night."
Why adults should play, too
When's the last time you did something that was so engaging, so much fun, you lost track of time?

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