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Women may reap less benefits from exercising says CU

Daily Mail (UK) - 20/07/2017
A clear difference between the two genders in how they respond to working out was established in a trial on mice, according to Colorado University researchers.

The NINE dementia risk factors that could be tackled

Daily Mail (UK) - 20/07/2017
The public should not see it as ‘an inevitable part of ageing’ but take responsibility to reduce their own risk, like they would with cancer or heart disease, experts warned.

Doctors advised to send patients to arts classes

Daily Mail (UK) - 20/07/2017
Greater use of 'arts-on-prescription' programmes (file pic) could save the NHS money by improving patients' mental or physical health, which would lead to lower GP consultation rates and hospital admissions.

40 per cent of mental health units out of date or unsafe

Daily Mail (UK) - 20/07/2017
Two in five mental health services inspected in the last three years have not met safety requirements, while wards are out-of-date and staffing levels are not being met, a new report says.

Exercising during pregnancy is safe for babies

Daily Mail (UK) - 20/07/2017
Mothers-to-be who do gentle exercise such as aerobics, walking or using a bike machine, and eat a healthy diet are more likely to deliver their baby naturally, suggests new evidence.

How the wrong food can give you a throbbing hangover

Daily Mail (UK) - 20/07/2017
If you are eating the wrong diet, you could be waking up with a food hangover with symptoms the same as an alcohol hangover - an upset stomach, aching limbs and a sore head.

Robbie Williams discusses his sleep eating

Daily Mail (UK) - 20/07/2017
Robbie has revealed he is suffering from Nocturnal Sleep-related Eating Disorder [NS-RED] – a condition which means he eats in the middle of the night, unaware he is doing so.

Healthy heart in 20s equals healthy brains in your 40s 

Daily Mail (UK) - 20/07/2017
Scientists in Chicago tracked 518 people for 30 years, monitoring their brains and hearts. They found 20somethings who took care of their hearts had less brain shrinkage in their 40s.

Sydney woman loses a staggering 60kg in just 12 months

Daily Mail (UK) - 20/07/2017
In 2015, Kirsty Simmons, 30, from Sydney, tipped the scales at 114 kilograms. She was able to shed 60 kilograms in 12 months after making the decision to overhaul her lifestyle.

Back pain is putting Britons off from going to the gym

Daily Mail (UK) - 20/07/2017
The 'worrying' findings of little more than 2,000 adults asked about their back and neck pain were commissioned by the British Chiropractic Association.

Ohio man describes filming his dementia-suffering mother

Daily Mail (UK) - 19/07/2017
Joey Daley, from Dublin, Ohio, began chronicling his mother's battle with dementia in January, and said he hopes the videos will help others whose parents are suffering.

Small weight gain is just as dangerous as being fat

Daily Mail (UK) - 19/07/2017
Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern tracked data on 1,262 adults for seven years, analyzing their body fat and their heart health.

Why teenagers should never get drunk

Daily Mail (UK) - 19/07/2017
Researchers from Oregon State University found that binge or heavily drinking reduces brain tissue in the regions associated with reason, logic, problem solving, planning and memory.

Ethan Kranig can't cry or sweat due to rare cleft disorder

Daily Mail (UK) - 19/07/2017
Ethan Kranig, 9, of Prescott, Wisconsin, has a rare cleft disorder that makes him unable to cry or sweat, caused by a gene mutation during conception that only happens in one in 10 million people.

Campaigners slam decision not to give HPV jab to boys

Daily Mail (UK) - 19/07/2017
JCVI has advised the Government extending jab for boys is 'not cost-effective'. The HPV virus can lead to oral, penile and anal cancers in men. Boys benefit from 'her protection' the body says.

Parents of Down syndrome kids admit their fears

Daily Mail (UK) - 19/07/2017
Amy and Ben Wright, from North Carolina, admit they were scared of raising kids with Down syndrome. But now they are overjoyed - and have opened a cafe staffed by people with disabilities.

The One You Feed podcast on 3 simple things for happy life

Daily Mail (UK) - 19/07/2017
After talking with nearly 200 wellness folk Eric Zimmer, host of The One You Feed podcast, found that happiness takes for more than positive thinking.

Woman disfigured by gunshot gets a full face transplant

Daily Mail (UK) - 19/07/2017
The hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, says the 31-hour surgery in May was its third face transplant and its first 'total face transplant.'

Test shows you how old you will be when health advances

Daily Mail (UK) - 19/07/2017
EXCLUSIVE: London-based Focus Clinic has created a module that tells you how old you will be when 3D printing is a vital tool in surgery and wearable technology assesses our posture.

Struggling to breastfeed? Warm up your nipples!

Daily Mail (UK) - 19/07/2017
Researchers from the hospital Policlinico Abano Terme in Italy found that a significant difference in temperature between a mother's nipples and a newborn's lips guides babies to the breast.