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Stimulating jobs delays dementia in old age
Guardian - 19-Aug-2021
Keeping your brain active, whether through work or hobbies may delay dementiaRead more...
US life expectancy records biggest fall due to covid pandemic
Guardian - 23-Jun-2021
Health inequalities mainly affected life expectancy of minority groupsRead more...
Sugary drinks tax will help reduce overweight and obesity
Nuffield Department of Population Health - 10-Apr-2021
UK's soft drinks levy encourages both manufacturers and consumers for low sugar alternativesRead more...
Miscarriage could be an early marker for future health risk in women
Independent - 25-Mar-2021
Recurrent or young age miscarriages can up the risk of dying early, but more studies are neededRead more...
Single gene therapy injection halts spinal muscular atrophy
BBC - 08-Mar-2021
Becomes most expensive drug ever approved for the NHS - but no lifetime costsRead more...
Study finds link between CVD and childhood popularity
Independent - 06-Oct-2020
One-third increased risk is low compared to impact of other lifestyle choicesRead more...
Intense exercises may not help you live longer
Medical Dialogues - 04-Oct-2020
No difference to mortality risk in elderly who do HIIT or moderate intensity continuous trainingRead more...
15% reduction in 10 year all-cause mortality with glucosamine supplementation
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 31-Jul-2020
Based on almost half a million people this is a large prospective cohort studyRead more...
You are unlikely to gain long term benefits by sticking to a diet
New Scientist - 01-Apr-2020
Honeymoon period for these short-lived results are about six monthsRead more...
An egg a day is not bad for your health
NHS - 05-Mar-2020
Study saw no correlation between quantity of eggs consumed and heart disease or strokeRead more...
Mobile apps to detect skin cancer are not always accurate
Digital Health - 14-Feb-2020
AI apps can be inefficient in skin cancer diagnosis, if not properly regulated and certifiedRead more...
Good lifestyle adds up to 10 years to life expectancy
BBC - 09-Jan-2020
That's 10 years to find a rejuvenation therapy that adds another 10 years... and then another...Read more...
Genetic testing - a toy to satisfy patient curiosity
BBC - 17-Oct-2019
Do it only if there's a good clinical reason as per doctor's recommendationRead more...
Higher stroke risk observed in vegans and vegetarians
BBC - 05-Sep-2019
Cannot conclude it as a cause of high stroke risk yet, there's just an associationRead more...
Omega-3 fish oil supplements had no benefit for type 2 diabetes
BBC - 22-Aug-2019
More evidence fish oil supplements don’t work – save your money!Read more...
Exercising a little can boost longevity for older adults
Guardian - 21-Aug-2019
Norwegian review of 36,000 cases links more activity overall with lower risk of deathRead more...
It's never too late to start exercising, even at an older age
Reuters - 18-Jul-2019
Spend 150 minutes on exercise per week to lengthen your life spanRead more...
Link between drinking more sugary drinks and risk of cancer
NHS - 11-Jul-2019
No doubt a diet Coke with a large sugar doughnut has the same effectRead more...
New drugs lack proof of added benefit over existing drugs
Medical Xpress - 10-Jul-2019
Old drugs are just as good as those new drugs - pharmaceutical mafia in actionRead more...
Exercise may increase lifespan – past activity levels don't matter
Medical News Today - 29-Jun-2019
It’s never too late to start exercising, start today and live longerRead more...
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