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5:2 diet again in limelight

5:2 diet again in limelight

There's a great deal of talk around the workplace this week about fasting, after the 5:2 Diet created by British researcher Dr Michael Mosley broadcast on Channel Seven's Sunday Night program.

Elderly can be killed due to a broken heart

Elderly can be killed due to a broken heart

Elderly individuals can die of a broken heart on the grounds that distress debilitates their invulnerable framework, a study recommends.

Mourning reasons stress hormones to end up unequal in the elderly and can prompt a decrease in insusceptible framework cells, research by the University of Birmingham found.

Anxiety and sleeping pills can cause dementia

Anxiety and sleeping pills can cause dementia

Long haul utilization of pills for nervousness and slumber issues may be interfaced to Alzheimer's, exploration recommends.

An investigation of more seasoned Canadian grown-ups found that past benzodiazepine use for three months or more was connected to an expanded danger (up to 51%) of dementia.

Depression can be caused with bullying by siblings

Depression can be caused with bullying by siblings

In a study headed by the University of Oxford it is uncovered that bullying by kin might be a variable for discouragement and depression in youngsters later in life. Warwick and Bristol and University College London were the other universities included in the study.

Military, experts from UK go to West Africa to fight Ebola

Military, experts from UK go to West Africa to fight Ebola

British military and humane specialists will set up a restorative treatment place for casualties of the Ebola flare-up in Sierra Leone, a British official has reported on Monday.

Growth of babies to be assessed by international standards

Growth of babies to be assessed by international standards

Upwards of 13 million extra new-borns over the globe, now considered "typical" will soon be termed as undernourished - on account of the world's first universal models for fetal development and new-conceived size have been produced by a worldwide group headed by researchers from Oxford University.

BP’s Gulf Oil Spill Case May Cost it Heavily

BP’s Gulf Oil Spill Case May Cost it Heavily

On Thursday a federal judge while ruling out fines for London-based BP's oil disaster case said that the company is subject to fines that could go as high as $4,300 per barrel under the Clean Water Act. In that case the oil giant will be looking at a figure close to$18 billion.

Rise in skin cancer due to cheap holidays

Rise in skin cancer due to cheap holidays

Sun-admirers are still not getting the message about the dangers of tanning as new figures show doctor's facility confirmations for skin tumor have climbed by 41 per cent in five years.

Patients receiving 'second choice' drugs due to supply deficiencies

Patients receiving 'second choice' drugs due to supply deficiencies

Reasons for alarm have been raised that numerous patients are accepting "second choice" drugs in view of supply deficiencies.

More than nine in 10 family specialists addressed in a survey said they had been compelled to compose remedies for drugs that were not their favored choice.

Britain Plans to Increase the Land That is Available for Oil and Gas Exploration

Britain Plans to Increase the Land That is Available for Oil and Gas Exploration

Since 2008 the British government for the first time plans to make a larger amount of land available for licensed oil and natural gas exploration.

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