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May 2019 (Vol. 4 Issue 3)

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Omega-3s protect against a fatal heart attack image

NEWS Omega-3s protect against a fatal heart attack

June 29th 2016 /

People with high levels of omega-3 fatty acids—either from fish or supplements—are less likely to suffer a fatal heart attack. Strangely, the fish oils don’t prevent a heart attack; they just increase your chances—by 10 per cent—that you won’t die from it.

It’s all in the gut, part 1: link to MS discovered image

NEWS It’s all in the gut, part 1: link to MS discovered

June 29th 2016

The key to multiple sclerosis (MS) could lie in the gut. Sufferers have levels of good and bad gut bacteria that are different to those of a healthy person, say researchers, and so may not be processing the goodness from foods properly.

It’s all in the gut, part 2: ME and chronic fatigue markers found in bacteria image

NEWS It’s all in the gut, part 2: ME and chronic fatigue markers found in bacteria

June 29th 2016

Researchers have located biological markers that demonstrate that ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) and chronic fatigue syndrome aren’t ‘in the head’ as doctors often tell sufferers: they’re in the gut.

Three servings of whole grain bread a day reduce risk of heart disease and cancer image

NEWS Three servings of whole grain bread a day reduce risk of heart disease and cancer

June 28th 2016

Three servings a day of whole grains—such as eating a piece of bread, a breakfast cereal and some brown rice—reduces your chances of suffering from heart disease or cancer, the world’s two major killers.

Half of research into conventional cancer treatments is fraudulent image

NEWS Half of research into conventional cancer treatments is fraudulent

June 28th 2016

Up to half of the research studies into chemotherapy and other cancer treatments are fraudulent or have some element of spin to make the therapies seem more beneficial than they really are, a leading researcher has found.

Zika virus hasn’t caused the ‘shrunken head’ epidemic in Brazilian babies, says research group image

NEWS Zika virus hasn’t caused the ‘shrunken head’ epidemic in Brazilian babies, says research group

June 28th 2016

The Zika virus probably hasn’t caused the epidemic of cases of microcephaly in newborns in Brazil, a major research institute has concluded. Instead, there has to be another cause (and some suggest it was the introduction of a vaccination programme for pregnant women in Brazil that coincides with the sudden increase of cases).

Painkillers are worse than taking nothing after 90 days image

NEWS Painkillers are worse than taking nothing after 90 days

June 21st 2016

Powerful opioid drugs such as morphine and codeine lose their painkilling powers if they’re taken for more than three months. Patients say they are in greater pain than those not taking the drugs.

Classical music lowers cholesterol levels (and our heart rate) image

NEWS Classical music lowers cholesterol levels (and our heart rate)

June 21st 2016

Listening to classical music doesn’t just relax us, it physically changes the levels of fats—such as cholesterol—in our blood. The music also lowers our heart rate, and is an effective treatment for high blood pressure (hypertension), a new research study has found.

Calories shut off messages that stop us eating image

NEWS Calories shut off messages that stop us eating

June 21st 2016

Why do people get overweight or obese? The simple answer is because they eat too much, but scientists are discovering it’s more to do with the amount of calories being consumed.

A brisk walk for 15 minutes will help you live longer image

NEWS A brisk walk for 15 minutes will help you live longer

June 20th 2016

Exercise is good for us, but how much is enough when we reach the age of 60 or so? Just 15 minutes of moderate exercise every day—such as taking a brisk walk—is enough to keep older people healthy and reduce their risk of premature death, new research has found.

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