Statins 'don't work well for one in two people' Is it really worth injecting vitamins?House-share struggles with a stomaYoga 'really eases my IBS'Simple way to inoculate teens against junk foodEggs for breakfast benefits those with diabetesDrug reduces risk of kidney failure in people with diabetes, study findsA rasher of bacon a day 'ups cancer risk'Obesity levels in Northern Ireland get new approachNHS Behind the headlinesDietary supplements 'do not help improve health outcomes''Therapy reduces symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome,' reports study
Parents being misled over kids' snacks, says child health expertEven one drink a day increases stroke risk, study findsNutrients from food, not supplements, linked to lower risks of death, cancerResearchers develop first functional targeted inhibitors of peanut allergensDiabetes: Could targeting this protein prevent hypoglycemia?Chili pepper compound may slow down lung cancerEven a low intake of red and processed meat may raise death risk
NHS behind the headlinesPoor diet now killing more than smokingDoes eating a few squares of dark chocolate a day improve blood pressure?
Obesity speeds up the start of puberty in boysInvestigational obesity drug, oxytocin, weakens brain's reward signals for foodAdipose hormone may play role in obesity-related asthma Screen time plus snacking a risk for metabolic disorder in teensNo evidence that calcium increases risk of AMDA nutty solution for improving brain healthTestosterone can help men with hypogonadism lose weight, keep it off
NHS behind the headlines'Just one sugary drink a day' linked to health problemsDrinking very hot tea linked with risk of 1 type of oesophageal cancer
More vitamin D may improve memory but too much may slow reaction time Calcium in arteries is shown to increase patients' imminent risk of a heart attack McDonald's: Tom Watson urges chain to drop Monopoly campaign Mushrooms may 'reduce the risk of mild brain decline' Cholesterol-lowering pill 'new option for statin users' Bad news for egg LoversGestational diabetes: Women left at risk, say researchers
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