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Regularly snacking on almonds, pecans or walnuts improves bowel cancer survival by 57%, study...

Eating nuts reduces your chances of dying from bowel cancer, a new study reveals. Colon cancer patients who regularly tuck into the healthy snack after...

The key to good sleep? Seeing daylight when you wake up: We NEED a...

Workers who are exposed to sunlight or bright indoor lights during the morning hours sleep better at night and tend to feel less depressed...

Drinking just ONE glass of water a day instead of beer or fizzy drinks...

Drinking just one glass of water a day in place of beer or fizzy drinks slashes the risk of obesity by up to a...

Dementia ‘to replace cancer as Britain’s biggest killer by 2040’: Current figure is set...

Dementia is set to become Britain’s biggest killer, with experts warning that deaths from the condition will overtake those from cancer by 2040. The figure...

Why burning trendy scented candles in your home is dangerous for your health by...

Scented candles could be clogging up the air in your home - putting your family at risk of inhaling dust and fungal spores. Researchers at...

Just 2 weeks of relaxing on vacation can drastically increase a HEALTHY person’s risk...

Just two weeks of inactivity can increase a healthy person's risk of chronic diseases and even premature death, a new study warns. Desk jobs and...

E-cigarettes are NOT harmless – chemicals in vaping trigger bladder cancer, study reveals

The rise in e-cigarette popularity has previously been praised for helping nicotine addicts to quit their smoking habit - yet the debate about their long-term...

Can a gastric bypass turn you into an alcoholic? One in five patients develop...

One in five patients who undergo a popular weight-loss surgical procedure develop a drinking problem, research suggests. Patients who have a gastric bypass - where...

Having an operation this summer? Your risk of getting an infection is up to...

Patients going under the knife this summer are more at risk of catching a post-surgery infection, new research reveals. Warm weather increases the risk of...
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