When summer fun becomes unhealthy. Here, what to look out for and how to protect yourself.
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Men, too, lose bone mass as they age, making bones weaker and putting them at risk of breakage.
Nearly 2 million men in the U.S. have osteoporosis and 16 million more have low bone mass, reports the University of Missouri.
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“Every man desires to live long, but no man wishes to be old” – Jonathan Swift
Flying abroad this summer?
You may want to stock up on elderberry supplements.
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For once, forget all the restrictions. Here, 10 foods that are super tasty - and super good for you.
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Finally, some good news about dementia.
People born after 1930 have an 18 per cent reduction in their risk of developing dementia compared to those...Read More»
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New research finds that the childhood obesity pandemic in China is the fault of – wait for it, grandparents.
A study by the University of Birmingham...Read More»
The chance of an obese person (BMI 30-35) attaining normal body weight is 1 in 210 for men and 1 in 124 for women, increasing to 1 in 1,290 for men and 1...Read More»
Fewer than 50 per cent of Americans surveyed by a Northwestern University dermatologist understood the definition of SPF or were able to correctly...Read More»
Are stem cells the future scientific fountain of youth? Find out why this researcher is optimistic.
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