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50 Years of Wildlife Photographer of the Year – in pictures

Natural History Museum’s new book released on Wednesday marks five decades of the WPY competition, celebrating the art of wildlife photography. Started in the 1960s, the 160 prize-winning and commended images represent 50 years of different times, styles and specialisms – showcasing some of the …

Green tea may block high blood pressure drug: Study

Green tea and a common medication for high blood pressure may not mix well, new research suggests.<p>The antioxidant-rich beverage appears to reduce the …

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Fried and grilled meat may raise risk of diabetes and dementia

Study suggests changes in cooking habits might reduce levels of glycotoxins and help prevent diabetes and dementia<p>Toxic chemicals found at high concentrations in fried and grilled meats may raise the risk of diabetes and dementia, researchers say.<p>US scientists found that rodents raised on a …

Whoa, Heart Attack Symptoms in Women Can Be WAY Different Than in Men. Here's How

You feel pain or discomfort in your jaw, neck, stomach, back, or your arm(s). This is apparently more common in women than in men, and very easy to dismiss (especially the jaw and neck pain). And you might think your stomach pain is due to acid reflux or heartburn. Experts say you should report any …

Heart Disease Articles - Symptoms, Treatment, and More

No other organ in the body has such a direct impact on every other organ as the heart. It is the heart’s job to pump blood, with its life-giving …

Cut salt, add potassium, live longer, researchers say

But the Salt Institute begs to differ.<p>If people cut their salt intake and increased their intake of potassium by eating more fruits and vegetables, millions of lives around the world could be saved every year, says research out today.<p>These dietary changes would lower people's blood pressure, which …

Health Benefits Of Eggs

<i>Welcome to Ask Healthy Living -- in which you submit your most burning health questions and we do our best to ask the experts and get back to you. Have a question? Get in touch here and you could appear on Healthy Living!</i><p>"Ask Healthy Living" is for informational purposes only and is not a …

Unhealthiest Foods For Your Body – Don’t Eat These

We all think we know which foods are healthy and which we should avoid, but <i>do we really know why?</i> Besides the high fat content and low nutritional …

Drinking is good for you

Here’s a must-read article by US addiction export Stanton Peele entitled The Truth We Won’t Admit: Drinking Is Healthy, making the point – which the …

Sugar blamed for pumping up blood pressure

IN 2004 Sid the Slug fronted a government campaign to persuade people to cut back on salt. It was hailed as one of the most successful health …

Low-Carb Diets More Effective Than Low-Fat Ones For Losing Weight, Fighting Heart Disease

People partial to low-carbohydrate diets shed more body fat and run a lower risk of heart disease compared to those who follow low-fat diets, …

Science Shows the Best Time to Drink Coffee, and It's Probably Not When You Thought

<b>The news:</b> For most people, waking up with a cup of joe is a morning tradition — but according to scientists, you might be drinking coffee at the …

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The neuroprotective lifestyle

6 ways to reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s Disease.<p>September is the third annual World Alzheimer’s Month, a worldwide campaign organized by Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) to raise awareness of, and challenge the stigma associated with, this debilitating condition.<p>Alzheimer’s is …

How Much of the Brain Can a Person Do Without?

Last week the world learned of a woman who has been living normally with no cerebellum. That's not the limit to the brain's plasticity either.<p><b>This month a 24-year-old woman in China's</b> Shandong Province walked into a hospital complaining of nausea and dizziness, and walked out having learned that …

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