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“People with heart disease have a lower risk of heart attack and strokes if they eat a Mediterranean-style diet,” The Guardian reports.
“Managers who pressurise their staff to go that extra mile risk harming their employees’ health,” the Daily Mail reports.
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“Aspirin could help beat cancer: Daily pill can ‘cuts odds of dying of breast, bowel and prostate cancer by a fifth’,” the Daily Mail reports.
“Anorexia could be ‘contagious’ in girls’ schools,” the Daily Telegraph reports, while the Mail Online claims that, “Pushy parents are driving children to eating disorders.”
“Dementia rate falls as men behave themselves,” The Times reports. A UK study of dementia trends over the last 20 years suggests that the number of men developing the condition has dropped significantly, possibly as a result of lifestyle changes.
“Alzheimer’s symptoms could be reversed by restoring protein in brain,” The Daily Telegraph reports.
“Doctors have expressed ‘huge concern’ that super-gonorrhoea has spread widely across England,” BBC News reports.
“A simple bang on the head can alter a child’s relationship with their parents claim academics,” the Daily Mail reports.
“An innovative new app might provide a more effective form of birth control than the contraceptive pill,” The Sun reports.
“The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention … has confirmed that the Zika virus causes severe birth defects,” BBC News reports.