Category list : Behind the headlines
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“A sexually transmitted infection could have infected hundreds of thousands of people in the UK,” The Guardian reports.
“Strong legs ‘help the brain resist the effects of ageing’,’’ the Mail Online reports.
“Could a vaccine replace the need for daily statins?” asks the Mail Online.
“Slim adults with a ‘spare tyre’ of fat around their stomach have a twice as high mortality risk than those who are overweight,” The Daily Telegraph reports.
“Drinking three glasses of champagne per week could help stave off dementia and Alzheimer’s disease,” the Daily Mirror reports.
“Baby girl is first in the world to be treated with ‘designer immune cells’,” The Guardian reports.
“A blood test can determine whether prostate cancer patients are likely to respond to drugs,” BBC News reports.
“A brisk 30-minute walk five days a week is more effective than any other form of exercise for keeping weight down,” The Times reports.
“Ovarian cancer pill ‘effective’ at treating men with prostate cancer,” The Independent reports after a small trial found the drug olaparib slowed tumour growth in men with a certain type of prostate cancer.
“ME can be beaten by positive thinking and taking more exercise,” is the rather simplistic message from the Daily Mail following the results of a long-term study involving 481 people.