Loneliness isn’t a medical condition, so why are pharmaceutical companies trying to make a pill to help ‘fix’ it?
Intriguing new research links Alzheimer’s to poor dental hygiene – but as always total health – smoking, medication use, food choices – is important too.
The way we eat should change, but, experts argue, we need a wider – and better informed – debate about what constitutes a sustainable diet.
Microbial transglutaminase – a kind of ‘food glue’ used in processed foods could trigger celiac disease in some sensitive individuals.
The basics of staying healthy in 2019 and beyond are not complicated – or expensive. You just have to remember to do them!
What’s the best way to deal with the after effects of holiday excess? From black coffee to a hair of the dog – here’s the science behind popular hangover remedies.
New rules in the UK prevent GPs from routinely prescribing pesticide treatments for headlice – thankfully there are lots of more natural remedies at hand.
Our health is our wealth. Detoxing for the long-term win is a 365, 24/7 natural process of optimising our diet and lifestyle – not a periodic quick-fix.
New guidelines on noise pollution from the World Health Organization emphasise the many ways in which environmental noise affects the body.
A small sampling of oat-based cereals in the UK has found worrying levels of the herbicide glyphosate in four family cereal brands.
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