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AI chatbot outperforms doctors in written advice quality and empathy
The Guardian - 28-Apr-2023
ChatGPT demonstrates potential for assisting healthcare professionals in drafting patient communications, but caution advisedRead more...
150 mins of intense moderate activity each week found beneficial-weekdays/weekend
Independent - 05-Jul-2022
Clocking up physically active minutes more crucial than when the exercise takes placeRead more...
Study finds link between vigorous exercise and mortality
Psychology Today - 27-Nov-2020
Vigorous exercise reduces the risk of dying more than mild to moderate exerciseRead more...
A big NO to nootropics - contain drugs that aren't approved by the FDA
VICE - 27-Nov-2019
Unacceptable move by the pharmaceutical industry - be cautious about their side effectsRead more...
Exercising even a little can have a good impact on your health
Harvard Health Publishing - 10-Sep-2019
Every little counts!Read more...
Soft drinks are associated with a greater risk of death
Independent - 04-Sep-2019
Artificial-sweetener drinks increase risk too, though for different reasons (but not carcinogenic)Read more...
Dietary habits during middle age may lower disease risk in later life
MinnPost - 14-Aug-2019
The more you replace meat with plant-based food the more you liveRead more...
Fresh fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of getting diabetes
Independent - 22-Jul-2019
But not all plant-based foods have the same advantageRead more...
Diabetes risk could be reduced by a quarter by eating fruits and vegetables
Independent - 22-Jul-2019
People who use mainly plant based diets were 23% less prone to develop diabetesRead more...
Ultra-processed food can shorten life span
Harvard Health Publishing - 01-May-2019
Higher risk of early death from all causes, especially cancers and cardiovascular diseaseRead more...
Coffee reduces risk of premature death
NHS - 03-Jul-2018
1 cup of coffee per day can reduce the risk of death by 6%Read more...
No Benefits of Higher Protein Intake in Older Individuals
Fight Aging! - 04-Apr-2018
Possible cause of sarcopenia impaired processing of the essential amino acid leucine. Study sugg...Read more...
Pros and cons of intermittent fasting
Harvard Health Publishing - 20-Oct-2017
Intermittent fasting alternates periods of extreme calorie reduction with normal eating. All die...Read more...
Women who regularly attend religious services live longer
NHS - 17-May-2016
74,000 US nurses studied between 1996 to 2012. Those who attended religious services more than o...Read more...
5 ways coffee makes you live longer
TimeOut - 15-Apr-2016
Daily coffee consumption could prevent non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Helps diminish...Read more...
Heart failure remote monitoring has disappointing results
iMedicalApps - 12-Feb-2016
Randomized study of 1500 patients with decompensated heart failure. One group received connected...Read more...
Do Vegetarians Live Longer? Here’s What Science Says
Mic - 10-Feb-2016
5 year mortality rates 12% lower for vegetarians and 15% for vegans. Pescatarians (who include f...Read more...
Weekend-only workouts ‘still give an important health boost’
NHS - 10-Jan-2016
Any activity reduces risk of death from any cause or cardiovascular disease. Weekend only activi...Read more...