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Turmeric – from the kitchen to the clinic

Turmeric contains potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds which may account for its many medicinal benefits
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Want a better work-life balance? Exercise!

Exercise allows us to take our minds off work, helping to promote a better overall work-life balance, say researchers


10 January, 2014
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Gum-chewing linked to migraines in kids

Chewing gum may seem like a harmless habit but new research shows it can trigger headaches in children and adolescents.


31 December, 2013
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Popular sweetener may put some on the path to diabetes

In overweight individuals, consuming artificial sugars may trigger metabolic changes that could lead to type-2 diabetes


6 June, 2013
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Want to quit smoking? Try acupuncture or hypnosis

A large analysis has shown that alternative therapies have a substantial role to play in helping smokers who want to quit


6 June, 2012
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Happiness is… ‘gross national happiness’ trumps GNP

Research shows it’s not how wealthy a person – or a country – is, but whether wealth is used positively to enhance wellbeing that matters


10 April, 2012
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Soda drinkers at greater risk of developing asthma and COPD

Australian researchers say the more soda you drink, the higher your risk of developing respiratory diseases like asthma


10 February, 2012
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Weighing up the causes of obesity – it’s more than calories

Sleep debt, stress and even the colour of your dishes may contribute to overeating and weight gain, say scientists


19 January, 2012
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Yes, natural treatments for hypertension can work

A new review suggests that natural approaches to hypertension are effective at dealing with a hard to treat problem


13 December, 2011
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Flexible workplaces are healthier workplaces

Workers who are able to organise their work schedules around family commitments are healthier and happier – and just as productive


9 December, 2011
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Lack of sleep increases fibromyalgia risk in women

A new study has shown that sleep deprivation may be responsible for 65% of fibromyalgia cases in women


22 November, 2011
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