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Bubble Rush 2015

By Vicky A on 03 February 2016

Got carried away with the shaving foam! 

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Diet in the news

Half a handful of nuts a day 'reduces early death risk'

By Vicky A on 18 November 2015

"A handful of nuts can save your life, says new study," The Daily Telegraph reports after a Dutch study found a link between daily nut consumption and a reduced chance of dying from a number of chronic diseases, including cancer and heart disease. 

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Processed meat 'early death' link

By Vicky A on 28 October 2015

Sausages, ham, bacon and other processed meats appear to increase the risk of dying young, a study of half a million people across Europe suggests.

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Sugar tax & offers ban 'would work'

By Vicky A on 23 October 2015

A sugar tax and cutting buy-one-get-one-free deals are part of Public Health England's "key actions" to tackle people's addiction to sugar.

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Exercise

Healthier lifestyles 'could cut cancer cases by a third'

By Vicky A on 18 September 2015

About a third of cancer cases in the UK could be prevented if people ate healthily, exercised more and cut down on alcohol, figures indicate.

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Fad diets

By Vicky A on 17 September 2015

Many of us would like to lose a few pounds. However you shouldn’t get tempted by the ever increasing range of ‘quick fix’ and ‘miracle’ options making unrealistic weight loss promises with minimum effort.

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Exercise

Exercise helps depression

By Vicky A on 17 September 2015

  It has long been known that regular exercise is good for our physical health. It can reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease and strokes.

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'Youngest' toddler with type 2 diabetes raises concern

By Vicky A on 17 September 2015

The case of a three-year-old girl in the US who developed type 2 diabetes has driven doctors to raise fresh concerns about diet in childhood.

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