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Cancer patients with strong spiritual beliefs have fewer symptoms
Cancer patients who have strong religious or spiritual beliefs have fewer symptoms, are able to cope better and have a more positive mental outlook, three new studies have found.
Antidepressant’s approval based on inadequate studies
A new antidepressant isn’t any more effective than current drugs on the market, despite the claims of the manufacturer, drug regulators have announced.
Saturated fats don’t clog arteries or cause heart disease (just in case you missed that)
For those who’ve been living in a cave (or have never read WDDTY), scientists have this week confirmed that saturated fats don’t cause heart disease or diabetes.
Paleo Diet could be missing key food group
The Paleo Diet—which encourages us to eat only foods that were available before intensive farming methods gave us cereals, grains and wheat—could be missing out on a food group that accelerated the hu...
Sunshine health warnings a danger to our health, say scientists
Health warnings about avoiding the sun are dangerous and are putting our health at risk, a public health research group is claiming.
Just 8 per cent of medicine is proven to work
Only around 8 per cent of conventional medicine has been scientifically proven to be effective, a new study has discovered.
Salt could be hidden trigger for MS
Salt could be an unsuspected factor in the development of multiple sclerosis (MS), new research suggests.
Processed foods a cause of depression, fatigue
Consuming refined carbohydrates—such as white bread, white rice and soda drinks—can be a cause of depression, a new study has found.
Jet-setters run risk of health problems
Envy the jet-setters, the suited executives who are forever flying around the globe first-class? Think again: they run the risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), radiation exposure, stress and lonelines...
Curry could help you live longer
Hyperthermia—using heat to beat a range of conditions from cancer to fatigue and insomnia—has good research to support it, and even eating a hot curry could help you live longer, a new study suggests.
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