“Young Brits are having less sex than a decade ago because they’re too busy watching Netflix,” reports the Sun. Researchers used survey data from almost
“Viagra-like erectile dysfunction drug Cialis may tackle heart disease too,” reports the Sun. Researchers investigated the effect of the medicine tadalafil, brand name Cialis, on
The Independent and the Mail Online report that older adults with a poor sense of smell are more likely to die in the next 10
“A drug used by patients with diabetes holds potential in helping people lose weight and keep it off,” reports the Mail Online. A new study
“Skipping breakfast may raise risk of heart disease by up to 87 per cent, study finds,” The Sun reports. This follows a US study that
“Statins are not effective at lowering cholesterol levels for half of patients,” the Daily Mirror reports. Statins are a widely used and well established medicine
“Answer to irritable bowel syndrome is the mind, study shows,” states The Telegraph. The headline is based on research conducted in the UK involving people
“Autism symptoms can be reduced 50% in children who received faecal transplants,” reports the Mail Online. A new US study involving 18 children with autism
“Taking vitamin supplements does not help you live longer but may actually cause you harm, study suggests,” reports the Sun. A US study reports that
“Eating a few squares of dark chocolate every day ‘improves your blood pressure in just one month’,” is the overoptimistic headline in the Mail Online.
“Weighing children when they start school is already too late,” reports the Mail Online. A study on childhood obesity suggests children’s weight and growth patterns
“Is sitting really the new smoking? Alarming new research claims 70,000 deaths a year are caused by our increasingly sedentary lives,” reports the Mail Online.
“Drinking piping hot tea or coffee could ‘double your risk of developing tumours in the oesophagus’,” reports the Mail Online. A study of more than
“High-strength cannabis increases risk of mental health problems,” reports The Guardian. Researchers have estimated that people who use high-strength cannabis daily are 5 times more
“Drinking just one sugary drink a day raises your risk of dying from heart disease and even cancer, research suggests,” the Mail Online reports. This
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