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Fasting could reverse type 1 and 2 diabetes image

NEWS Fasting could reverse type 1 and 2 diabetes

February 27th 2017 /

Just a week after it was suggested that fasting could reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease, the same researchers have announced it could also reverse type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

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NEWS Exercise bike test for heart disease accurate only half the time

February 27th 2017 /

The exercise bike is one of the standard tests for assessing heart health, but it's so inaccurate that nearly half the people who end up having surgery don't need it.

Alzheimer's probably not caused by brain plaques, says new research chief image

NEWS Alzheimer's probably not caused by brain plaques, says new research chief

February 27th 2017 /

Medicine has got it wrong about Alzheimer's disease for the past 40 years, the UK's new head of dementia research says. It's far more complex a disease than the idea it's solely caused by plaques in the brain.

Going on a regular fast reduces risk of heart disease and cancer image

NEWS Going on a regular fast reduces risk of heart disease and cancer

February 22nd 2017 /

Going on a fast every few months could be one of the best things you can do for your health. It reduces many of the risk factors for heart disease and lowers signs of inflammation, which can be the forerunner of a range of chronic diseases, such as cancer and diabetes.

Forget 10,000 steps—3,000 a day can keep your heart healthy image

NEWS Forget 10,000 steps—3,000 a day can keep your heart healthy

February 22nd 2017 /

Forget the 10,000-steps-a-day rule—walking 3,000 steps in 30 minutes could be enough, especially if you have congestive heart failure and you want to improve your chances of a long life.

Exercise and take vitamins to lower risk of breast cancer coming back image

NEWS Exercise and take vitamins to lower risk of breast cancer coming back

February 22nd 2017

If you’ve had breast cancer, what’s the best lifestyle for you to follow to lower your chances of it coming back? Not surprisingly, it’s all the usual suspects: don’t put on weight, exercise five days a week, and take vitamin supplements, say researchers.

Want to improve your eyesight? Then start running image

NEWS Want to improve your eyesight? Then start running

February 20th 2017

Eyesight seems to improve when we exercise. Activity makes our visual system more sensitive—although usual vision returns afterwards, researchers have discovered this week.

Villagers win fight to get mobile phone mast removed after five cancer deaths image

NEWS Villagers win fight to get mobile phone mast removed after five cancer deaths

February 20th 2017

People living in a village in the UK have won a 17-year fight to get a mobile phone mast removed after they suspected it had caused the death of five residents from cancer.

A tailored exercise plan could be the answer to low back pain image

NEWS A tailored exercise plan could be the answer to low back pain

February 20th 2017

Following on from a report last week that painkillers don’t help with low back pain, researchers have found that a tailored exercise programme undoes many of the bad habits of poor posture that caused the problem in the first place.

Safe salt levels are double those of current guidelines, say experts image

NEWS Safe salt levels are double those of current guidelines, say experts

February 15th 2017

Health warnings about salt have been overdone, an influential expert panel has concluded. The real safe upper limit is more than double the level that health guardians are currently recommending.

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