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What's the best diet for keeping your heart healthy—vegetarian or healthy Mediterranean? According to new research, either approach will reduce your chances of heart disease and stroke.
Up to 22,000 people die every year in England alone because of an error when prescribing or dispensing their medication, a new study has found.
Chemicals in household cleaning products are so dangerous that the lung damage they cause has been likened to smoking 20 cigarettes a day.
It's a little like trying to understand the workings of a TV set by watching the programmes, but. . .researchers have tracked the lives of the over-90s and concluded that drinking two glasses of red wine a day, exercising for 15 minutes and going out and talking to strangers can all contribute to longevity.
The world of dieting seems to be split between the low-fats and the low-carbs camps, but both can help you lose similar amounts of weight, a new study has concluded.
Manufacturers of infant and toddler formula and drinks have been accused of misleading families into buying their "unnecessary and unsuitable" products in a damning new report.
Such is the healing power of the mind that placebo pills—'dummy' tablets that have no active chemical ingredients—are helping cancer survivors overcome fatigue, one of the worst conditions they have to endure after treatment has finished.