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Children given antibiotics more likely to suffer chronic disease as an adult
Children given antibiotics are far more likely to suffer from an impaired immune system that leaves them more susceptible to disease as an adult.
Walking 30 minutes a day reduces risk of early death by 40 per cent
It doesn’t take much: walking or cycling for more than 30 minutes a day can reduce your chances of a premature death by up to 40 per cent.
Doctors call for halt to ‘unsafe’ HPV vaccine programme
More than 200 doctors across Europe are calling for a halt on the routine use of the HPV vaccination until its safety and effectiveness have been established.
Patients given drugs and therapies that could do more harm than good
Doctors are over-treating patients with drugs and therapies that don’t work, and could even be making the problem worse.
Psychiatric drugs cause 500,000 deaths a year, says researcher
Psychiatric drugs are responsible for more than 500,000 deaths a year around the world, and yet their benefits are minimal, a leading researcher claims.
Dark chocolate helps make you more attentive and focused
Overcome the mid-morning energy low with a piece or two of dark chocolate, researchers say—and they have the brain scans to prove it.
Statins more than double the risk for diabetes in the healthy
Statins, the cholesterol-lowering drugs, can more than double the risk of diabetes in healthy people. The drugs are often prescribed as a just-in-case therapy to prevent heart disease in the over-50s...
Media black-out after two babies die from routine vaccinations
There’s been a news black-out over the deaths of two babies after they were given three routine vaccinations in Chiapas, Mexico. Thirteen other vaccinated babies remain in intensive care, and are fig...
Reverse prostate problems by treating gum disease
Treating gum disease can reduce inflammation in the body, and it could be a way of reversing arthritis and heart disease.
Eat three servings of whole grains a day (even though most Brits don’t)
More than 80 per cent of Britons aren’t eating enough whole grains—such as corn, oats, rice and rye—for maintaining good health, while one in five aren’t eating any at all.
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