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Natural therapies a popular choice in Europe

The use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) has become more popular and accepted in Europe, according to a large new study.

24 October, 2017

Want to be smarter? Put your phone away

New research has shown that just having a mobile phone in the same room as you is an unconscious distraction that can interfere with your ability to think and retain data.

27 June, 2017

Rainforest honey boosts antioxidant levels in smokers

Tualang honey, which is rich in antioxidants, may help reduce some of the harm smokers cause themselves – and via passive smoking, others – through the free radicals generated by cigarettes

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
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Lifestyle changes prevent bowel cancer

A combination of five key healthy behaviours is associated with a reduction in the risk of developing bowel cancer by more than a third

14 October, 2014
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The three Cs: what motivates consumers to spend on ethical products

Contempt, concern and celebration – a meeting of heart and mind is what motivates ethical consumers

17 September, 2014
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Natural light in the office improves health

Office workers with more natural light exposure at work sleep better, are more physically active and enjoy a better overall quality of life

12 August, 2014
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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