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High fibre, yogurt consumption could help lower lung cancer risk

The prebiotic/probiotic combination found in yogurt and high fibre foods could strengthen the microbiome and help protect against lung cancer, say scientists.

30 October, 2019

Taking vitamin D by oral spray just as effective as taking a tablet

Taking vitamin D by oral spray is just as effective as taking a tablet, and many find sprays easier to take and more convenient.

29 October, 2019

New evidence shows gut bacteria work in teams

New research shows that teamwork is key for the trillions of bacteria that live in our gut and this has a big impact on our overall health and well-being.

9 October, 2019

Study finds cancer-causing contaminants in US tap water

US data finds naturally occurring arsenic, the byproducts of chemicals used to disinfect water and radioactive elements top the list of tap water contaminants.

23 September, 2019

Do tea drinkers have better organised brains?

That tea break could be doing more than just giving you an injection of caffeine – it could help protect against age-related decline in the way the brain organises information.

19 September, 2019

Stay positive, live longer

Optimism – the ability to see the glass half full rather than half empty – could be the key to a longer life for both men and women.

19 September, 2019

Vitamin D status linked to Parkinson’s symptoms

New evidence suggests that low vitamin D status plays an important role in the development of Parkinson’s Disease and a corresponding increase in the frequency of falls and insomnia.

19 September, 2019

Edible flowers could help boost vitamin E intake

Edible flowers are a surprising source of healthy fatty-acids, carotenoids and more, according to new research.

19 August, 2019

Vegetable-rich diet lowers fatigue, raises good cholesterol in MS sufferers

A diet that raises levels of good cholesterol could help improve fatigue in people with multiple sclerosis, according to a new study.

19 August, 2019

Organic apples contain more ‘good’ bacteria

A new study shows that organic apples have more diverse, more distinct and a more balanced bacterial community than non-organic apples.

24 July, 2019