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The human microbiome: why our microbes could be key to our health

A plethora of conditions, from obesity to anxiety, appear to be linked to the microbes inside us. Nicola Davis explains why the microbiome is such a hot topic of research<p><b>What are microbiomes?</b><p>Both inside and out, our bodies harbour a huge array of micro-organisms. While bacteria are the biggest …


How to stay focused and productive without getting burnt out

After growing my business to nearly 7 figures and managing over a dozen employees, I have realized that mastering the art and science of focus and …

Measuring The Millennium Development Goals: Halting The Spread Of AIDS And Malaria

How has the fight against some of the world’s most deadly diseases gone in the last 15 years?<p>Of all the Millennium Development Goals agreed by world leaders in the year 2000, the sixth goal has had arguably the most dramatic results. It aims to halt and reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS, achieve …

The 71 best Android apps in 2018: Get the best from your phone

Get the most from your smartphone with the best Android apps around


Cellulite: How to Reduce Its Appearance

So what is cellulite exactly? Basically, the layer of fat beneath your skin gets squished and squeezed by bands of collagen, fibrous connective tissues that are arranged in a manner that makes bits of fat pop out and up, resulting in the dimpled appearance, says Alicia D. Zalka, MD, a …

Landmark Huntington's trial starts

<b>The first drug that can potentially correct the underlying defect that causes Huntington's disease has been taken by patients in a clinical trial.</b><p>Doctors at University College London, which is leading the study, said it was an important moment in tackling the incurable condition.<p>Current medication …