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NEWS Women with strong social connections more likely to survive breast cancer

December 28th 2016

Women are more likely to survive breast cancer if they have a strong social network of friends and family—but those who are more isolated are twice as likely to die from the disease.

NEWS Running could help prevent osteoarthritis

December 28th 2016

It sounds counter-intuitive—but running reduces inflammation in the knee, and could help prevent osteoarthritis, a disease that’s usually attributed to wear and tear.

NEWS Our gut could be shaping our mental health

December 26th 2016

Our gut is much smarter than we realise—and could determine the state of our mental health. The micro-organisms in the gut—known as the microbiome—influence mood and anxiety, and could even cause chronic problems such as depression and bipolar disorder.

NEWS Cook that chicken through

December 26th 2016 /

If you like to eat chicken, make sure it’s cooked all the way through. Undercooked chicken can harbour the bacteria that cause Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS), the nervous system disorder characterised by muscle weakness, co-ordination problems and unsteadiness, and may even lead to paralysis.

NEWS Fasting slows leukaemia in children

December 21st 2016 /

The importance of fasting as a cancer therapy has been underlined once again this week with the discovery that it slows the growth of leukaemia in children.

NEWS Antipsychotic drugs increase risk of death for Alzheimer’s patients

December 21st 2016 /

Antipsychotic drugs are routinely given to Alzheimer’s patients—but they increase the risk of death by 60 per cent. And the patient is twice as likely to die if he or she is given two or more antipsychotics.

NEWS Surgeon faces disciplinary hearing for reversing diabetes ‘inappropriately’

December 19th 2016 /

An orthopaedic surgeon is facing disciplinary proceedings for reversing a patient’s diabetes ‘inappropriately’. Dr Gary Fettke, an Australian doctor who has already been barred from advocating a high-fat diet, had recommended the approach to his patient.

NEWS Even viruses are sexist

December 19th 2016

Are viruses sexist? They could be more aggressive in men, and kinder in women to help their survival, according to one theory at least.

NEWS One in six Americans taking a psychiatric drug

December 14th 2016 /

One in six adults in America is taking a psychiatric drug, such as an antidepressant or a sedative. Around 40 million people are taking at least one prescription drug—and that’s at least 14 million more than earlier figures had suggested.

NEWS Handful of nuts a day helps protect against heart disease and cancer

December 14th 2016 /

Eating a handful of nuts every day helps protect you against heart disease, cancer and other chronic diseases.

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