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A healthy gut can lead to a longer life—and taking a probiotic and a herbal supplement helps make sure it is healthy, and this could increase your longevity by as much as 60 per cent, new research suggests.
We may dream of moving to a quiet village when we retire—but it could be the worst thing we do for our mental health and wellbeing. People who stay connected to a larger social group slow the process of brain ageing, a new study has discovered.
Chemotherapy doesn't help the vast majority of women suffering from the most common form of breast cancer—but a new immunotherapy treatment just might.
Instead of taking an aspirin a day, sipping some baking soda (bicarbonate of soda) should be part of your daily health regime. New research has found that a daily dose counters the worst effects of autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, and it can also reverse kidney disease, heart disease and osteoporosis.
When it comes to buying vitamins, don't go for the cheapest: they probably won't do you much good, new research has found.
Good news for ex-smokers: it's a myth your lungs never recover. In fact, your risk of lung cancer drops dramatically five years after quitting, researchers have discovered.
Reducing a fever is one of the first things a doctor tries to do—but a raised body temperature naturally protects us against infection and even tumours, new research has found.
Around four out of five older patients are being discharged from hospital with 'inappropriate' medication—such as the wrong drug—that is causing a life-changing reaction or even death.
An antioxidant-rich Mediterranean diet can reduce your health risks from air pollution, which raises the chances of cardiovascular disease and heart attack.