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What makes a ‘powerhouse’ vegetable?

Watercress, Chinese cabbage, chard and beet greens have been shown to provide the most nutrients per calorie

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Mental health

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Cocoa-based supplement signals hope for Alzheimer’s

Scientists find that a minimally processed cocoa extract may prevent or reduce the damage to nerve pathways found in Alzheimer’s disease

26 June, 2014
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Link between agricultural pesticides and autism revealed

Exposure to a range of commonly used agricultural pesticides in utero can substantially raise a child’s risk of developing autism

24 June, 2014
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Loneliness worse for health than obesity

Extreme loneliness has a measurable effect on health and can increase the chances of premature death by as much as 14%

20 February, 2014
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Spirituality, meditation guard against major depression

Cultivating a spiritual life can significantly protect against depression, even in those with a family history of the disease

17 January, 2014
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Caffeine could help enhance long-term memory

The equivalent of a strong cup of coffee a day could act as an effective memory-enhancer say scientists

15 January, 2014
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Anxiety’s link to higher long-term stroke risk

Chronic anxiety and depression take their toll on our physical health over time, increasing stroke risk by more than 30%.

8 January, 2014
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Vitamin E could help Alzheimer’s patients stay independent for longer

A daily supplement could help people suffering from dementia keep up with daily activities with less need for help

6 January, 2014
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Treat insomnia to cure depression

Sleep problems and depression often go hand-in-hand; but to help patients new evidence suggests we need to focus on treating the insomnia

21 November, 2013
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Drinking water improves focus, reaction time

The effects of dehydration can be experienced as headaches, mood changes and inability to concentrate say researchers

18 November, 2013
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Sleep helps flush toxins from the brain

In a study with important implications for disorders such as Alzheimer’s, scientists have found that a good night’s sleep is vital to healthy brain function

18 October, 2013
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