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How antiperspirants alter skin biology

US scientists discover that using a deodorant or anti-perspirant rearranges the natural balance of microbes – both good and bad – of your skin.

4 February, 2016

FDA bans three toxic food packaging chemicals

Chemicals linked to cancer and birth defects, and commonly used in pizza boxes, microwave popcorn bags, sandwich wrappers are being taken off the menu.

11 January, 2016

Are black raspberries the new superberries?

New research suggests that black raspberries have a significantly higher level of beneficial antioxidants than either red raspberries or blackberries.

14 December, 2015

Burned-out? Your fever could be stress-related

Doctors faced with patients with unexplained fevers may be missing the link between extreme stress and raised body temperature

13 November, 2015

Tobacco alternatives may lead to increased tobacco use

Early use of e-cigarettes and other tobacco alternatives can increase the risk of developing a smoking habit later in life, say researchers

15 October, 2015

Supplement use could save money for public health authorities

Improvements in health and quality of life from supplement use could also translate into real savings for public health authorities.

13 August, 2015

Address diet to reduce inflammation & chronic disease risk

Chronic inflammation is involved in triggering a range of serious diseases, but closer attention to diet could help treat this problem.

10 August, 2015

Brits need more vitamin D – government report

A new government report has raised concerns about whether the UK population are at risk of low vitamin D status – and whether we should all be taking. supplements

4 August, 2015

Healthy food choices? Eat an apple before food shopping

New research shows that people who ate an apple before shopping bought 28% more fruits and vegetables than those who didn’t

30 April, 2015

Global sustainability is dependent on a happy citizens

Sustainability isn’t just about environment. Countries with the happiest citizens are also more sustainable and resilient in times of economic and social crisis.

27 April, 2015