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A recent report from the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) published across the news in the UK shows that we're not getting enough sleep. Just one less hour than the recommended amount per night means many of us are missing out on one full night's sleep every single week.

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News Exercise reduces bowel cancer risk

Active people are one third less likely to develop bowel cancer, a new study, carried out by Washington University School of medicine in the US, shows.

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News Can Diabetes Be 'Cured' With A Low Calorie Diet?

Eating a low calorie diet is always a good idea unless you are seriously underweight. Obesity is a problem causing heart disease and diabetes worldwide, but now a study has shown how eating a seriously low calorie diet can reverse diabetes. There is no cure for type 1 diabetes, but for type 2 it might just be possible.

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Canadian mounties intercepted a package that led them to a warehouse packed with fake Viagra, Reuters reports.

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Here's a Tablet Not to Take

As we rely more on tablets and phones, experts warn of health risks.

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New NHS data suggests that eight-times as many patients are being admitted to hospital with

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Could a Movember moustache be good for you all year around

Childhood obesity linked to earl...

A long-term study has linked childhood obesity with premature death. The new evidence suggests that obese children are twice as likely to die...

Billions spent on counterfeit tr...

With 40% of men suffering with impotence at some stage, it is perhaps little wonder that over 10.5 billion euros has been spent on counterfeit...

French shocked by sexual innuend...

An anti-smoking advert launched in France this week has caused shock, for seeming suggest an analogy between smoking and oral sex.

Scotland wages war on fast food

In light of predictions that 40% of Scotland could be obese by 2030, the Scottish government is now waging fresh war on obesity with fresh...

Obesity rates highest in the Wes...

According to government figures, UK obesity rates are soaring.Generally speaking, we as a nation, fall in the overweight bracket. The West Midlands...

WHO: cutting smoking would halve...

Deaths from coronary heart disease in America could be halved if half of the country's smokers gave up, according to a report from the World Health...

Swine flu hotline closes down

The government has announced that the national swine flu hotline will close next week, due to a drop in infection levels. Chief medical officer,...

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