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September 2015

Yoga improves arthritis symptoms and mood, study finds

Yoga can be a safe – and effective – way to improve wellbeing for people with arthritis.

24 September, 2015

Fruit and vegetables protect mind as well as body

Eating a healthy diet – with plenty of fruit, vegetables, legumes, and nuts and low in processed meats – can help preventing the onset of depression.

24 September, 2015

Chronic health problems more bearable with Tai Chi

Improved muscle strength, breathing and coordination are some of the benefits of regular practice of this gentle traditional Chinese exercise

21 September, 2015

Resveratrol shows potential as Alzheimer’s treatment

Resveratrol, an antioxidant found in foods such as red grapes, raspberries, dark chocolate and some red wines, shows promise as a way of treating Alzheimer’s say US scientists.

21 September, 2015

Eat fish to help curb depression risk

An international study has found that Europeans seem to benefit most, in terms of mental health, from a high fish diet.

16 September, 2015

Diet soda drinkers eat more high calorie foods

New research shows that diet soda drinkers compensate by regularly including more high calorie foods in their daily diets

14 September, 2015

Court rules EPA must withdraw neonic approval

A US federal appeals court has ordered the EPA to withdraw approval for a bee-harming neonic insecticide, sulfoxaflor.

14 September, 2015

Supplement with carotenoids to improve eye health

Regular long-term supplementation with carotenoids can lead to measurable improvement in eye health, according to new research.

10 September, 2015

Marital arguments trigger ‘hunger hormone’ release

A turbulent marriage can trigger higher levels of appetite-triggering hormones in both men and women, leading to greater hunger and poor food choices

9 September, 2015

Vitamin C as good as exercise for the heart?

Supplementing with vitamin C each day could be as effective as walking for improving heart health in obese people, a new study has found.

7 September, 2015