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Lentils significantly reduce blood glucose levels, study reveals

Replacing potatoes or rice with pulses can lower your blood glucose levels by more than 20 per cent, according to a first-ever University of...
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‘Gut instinct’ may have been the GPS of human ancestors

Ask anyone if they remember where they ate the juiciest burger, the sweetest cupcake or the smoothest bisque, and they probably can describe the...

Adolescents who consume a diet high in saturated fats may develop poor stress coping...

A new study published in the journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity shows that adolescent rats who consume a diet high in saturated fats have a harder...

Young people really ARE getting more stupid: IQs have started to fall by seven...

Young people's IQ scores have started to deteriorate after climbing steadily since Wold War Two, a new study has found. The fall, which equates to...

Why you get hangry: Study reveals that an empty stomach DOES affect some people’s...

Scientists have begun to unravel why some people go from simply hungry to 'hangry' so quickly. Blood sugar levels drop when we get hungry, making...

‘Al desko’ dining is making you FAT: Workers eat thousands of empty calories lunching...

Eating lunch at work is making people fat, according to new research. A study of more than 5,000 employees found food consumed hunched over desks...

The rise of male depression: Doctors warn masculinity forces men into loneliness – and...

As the world reels in the wake of Anthony Bourdain's suicide, experts warn he is just one of many men whose suicides and preceding...

Why having wrinkles can be a good thing: People with creases around their eyes...

Though the beauty industry seeks to eradicate them, research has shown that having wrinkles can be a positive thing. Researchers from Western University and the...

Men with erectile dysfunction are TWICE as likely to have a heart attack, cardiac...

Men with erectile dysfunction face twice the risk of having a heart attack, cardiac arrest or stroke, a study has found. Doctors today warned that...
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