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We've just turned the clocks back as we head for another winter in the Northern hemisphere—but this simple procedure could be playing havoc with our health, increasing the risk of heart attack and stroke, say researchers.
Nowadays, it is undeniable that human beings have electromagnetic features.
Any amount of running—and it can even be less than once a week—will reduce your chances of heart disease and cancer.
Homeopathy has been dismissed as a placebo because any active ingredient is diluted to such an extent that only water can be left—but America's drug regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), disagrees and has warned that the remedies have the potential to cause 'significant and permanent harm.'
Forget statins, eating an avocado a day can keep 'bad' LDL cholesterol in check. After five weeks, levels will be 'significantly' down, researchers say.
People suffering from major depression fare just as well by talking about the problem as taking a powerful antidepressant.
Scientists have discovered the final part of the Warburg effect—which shows how cancer cells feed off sugar to live and grow—that could herald in new cancer therapies to stop the disease progressing.
Mindfulness meditation—a passive awareness of the body and its surroundings—can help people overcome their addiction to opioids, the powerful painkillers.