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Low carb vs low fat – it’s a...

New research adds to the body of evidence that neither...

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Brain-boosting yellow foods

Research at the University of Illinois has found that children...

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Probiotic promise for pregnancy complications

Probiotics taken during pregnancy at specific times potentially help lower...

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Home workouts just as good as gym

You don’t have to join the gym to live longer,...

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Super ’shrooms

Mushrooms contain higher levels of two antioxidant compounds, known as...

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Danger in your drink?

If you know an energy-drink-loving teen, it could be time...

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Wine glass size on the rise

Feel like you’re drinking more wine than you were a...

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Tipping the scales on diabetes

Could a strict energy-controlled diet really kick type 2 diabetes...

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Extra exercise benefits…

… for your brain We’ve long known that brain training can...

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Too much salt bad for mouse brains

A high-salt diet can impair cognition in mice, according to...

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Ditch the phone for a longer sleep?

Excessive smartphone use may be interfering with teenagers getting enough...

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Berries and tea to ward off diabetes

Eating lots of antioxidant-rich food potentially lowers your risk of...

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Get moving to lift mood

Exercising for as little as one hour a week helps...

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Go nuts for heart health

You may have already heard that eating nuts is good...

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Pick a colour and get happy

Could the latest cure for the blues be colouring in?Who...

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Jamie Oliver slashes sugar

The introduction of a levy on sugary drinks across UK...

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Relax, food in packaging is safe

Chemicals from food packaging aren’t a risk to health, according...

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Drink stinks

Crummy water fountains at Wellington parks and playgrounds are a...

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