Wellbeing

Insulin a cure for Alzheimer’s?

An insulin nasal spray may provide a promising new treatment for Alzheimer’s, researchers say.

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Sounds that heal Alzheimer’s

It’s a well-known adage that music can soothe the soul, but in recent years, researchers have found it has applications in the treatment of the symptoms of dementia and Alzheimer’s sufferers.

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Could cosmetic surgery be on the way out?

The popularity of cosmetic procedures has plummeted, but could plastic surgery be on the way out?

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Sitting is killing us, even with exercise

Studies reveal that it doesn’t matter how much you exercise, sitting down is killing us.

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Eyes wide shut: closing your eyes helps with memory recall

Closing you eyes when trying to remember an event or place may increase accuracy.

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Playing a musical instrument may help hearing loss

Jamming with a musical instrument may be the key to improving hearing in noisy environments & to stave off hearing loss.

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80% of people fail to drink enough daily water

80% of people who fail to drink the daily recommended amount of water feel an impact on their body.

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Doctors to prescribe health apps to patients

UK family doctors will soon be prescribing patients smartphone apps to improve their wellbeing.

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Top 5 tips to avoid acne this summer

Summer is here and often the warmer weather means breakouts, not just for teenagers but adults as well.

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Phones prove to be pain in the neck

Looking down at our phones for long periods of time is placing enormous strain on our spines and damage to our neck.

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Can Wikipedia help predict virus outbreaks?

Scientists say Wikipedia can help them predict virus outbreaks nearly a month before health officials.

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Top 5 ways to avoid alcohol temptations over the holiday season

Experts have warned that the holiday season can frequently trip up problem drinkers, prompting us to compile this tips list for saying no this silly season.

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Laughter: 6 things you may not know

Everything you thought you knew about laughter is wrong, here is why…

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Frozen faecal capsules help stop gut infection

Capsules containing frozen faecal matter could help clear up C. difficile infections.

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5 minutes with naturopath Mim Beim

For more than 25 years, Mim Beim has been harnessing the power of nature. We speak to the naturopath about her firm belief in natural remedies.

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Brazil releases ‘good mosquitoes’ to combat dengue fever

Researchers in Rio de Janeiro have released thousands of mosquitoes infected with a bacteria that suppresses dengue fever.

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New bone growth treatment developed for sufferers of osteoporosis

Currently in development is a paste comprised of stem cells that could lead to a new less-invasive treatment for osteoporosis.

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Dairy reduces risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease

A daily small serve of dairy food may reduce the risk of heart disease or stroke.

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5 tips to avoid hay fever this season

Hay fever season upon us once again. Here is a list of natural ways to overcome those irritating symptoms.

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Fat shaming leads to weight gain

Making people feel ashamed about their weight could lead them to gain more weight, not lose it.

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How to train your brain for weight loss

You can train your brain to like healthy foods instead of craving high-calorie foods, say researchers in the US.

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Surfing helps families cope with cystic fibrosis

One pastime is proving highly valuable in prolonging the life expectancy of those who suffer from cystic fibrosis: surfing.

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Top 10 common cancers linked to obesity

If you’re overweight, you could be putting yourself at risk of the 10 most common cancers. Find out what they are.

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Women reach their ‘stress peak’ at age 34

Women reach their ‘stress peak’ at age 34 due to juggling work, raising young families and keeping on top of bills.

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