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Swimming – effective relief for fibromyalgia pain

Results of this new trial have shown that swimming is as beneficial as walking for relieving the pain of fibromyalgia and improving quality of life for sufferers.

24 August, 2016

Citrus fruits could help prevent obesity-related diseases

In obese individuals citrus flavanones could significantly reduce the free radical damage that can increase the risk of heart disease, liver disease and diabetes.

23 August, 2016

Black seed and honey mixture treats indigestion

A mainstay of traditional Persian medicine, black seed has properties that can help fight stomach upset and infection, say researchers.

18 August, 2016

Neonics killing England’s wild bee populations

Two decades of data show that bees that forage on crops treated with neonicotinoid insecticides are at significantly great risk of population declines.

17 August, 2016

Probiotic fermented milk helps alleviate exam stress

A new study has shown that a daily probiotic drink given to medical students in the run up to exams helped to reduce stress-induced stomach upsets.

15 August, 2016

Long-term multivitamin use protects men’s hearts

A daily multivitamin may protect men from cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke over the longer-term, says a new study.

15 August, 2016

Massage therapy calms anxiety disorder

New evidence shows that massage therapy provides significant improvement in symptoms for those suffering from generalised anxiety disorder (GAD).

12 August, 2016

Forgetful? Try eating a Mediterranean diet

New evidence shows that, in addition to being heart healthy, a Mediterranean diet can improve your memory and other brain functions, as well.

11 August, 2016

Plant compounds could help stop colon cancer spread

In a new study silymarin, derived from milk thistle, was found to work synergistically with curcumin, derived from turmeric, to kill colon cancer cells.

10 August, 2016

Adults across the world not getting enough omega-3

A new analysis shows that, in many areas of the world, otherwise healthy individuals’ blood levels of essential omega-3 are very low – risking potentially longer-term health problems.

10 August, 2016