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Diabetes diet: THIS ‘superfood’ fruit could manage blood sugar levels

Diabetes diet: THIS ‘superfood’ fruit could manage blood sugar levels
Diabetes diet: THIS ‘superfood’ fruit could manage blood sugar levels Diabetes sufferers have to ensure they properly manage their blood sugar. If they don’t, it could lead to cardiovascular disease, kidney damage and even amputation. However, eating a particular ‘superfood’ powder could help prevent this. Research by Oxford Brookes University showed that the baobab – an African fruit – could... Read More

Arthritis symptoms: Wearing slippers could be enhancing your JOINT PAIN

Arthritis symptoms: Wearing slippers could be enhancing your JOINT PAIN
Arthritis symptoms: Wearing slippers could be enhancing your JOINT PAIN Wearing slippers could be adding to arthritic discomfort. Those wearing slippers often could develop a “shuffle” instead of walking, according to footwear brand Gentle Grip. The shuffling stops joints being used properly, leading to stiffness. The effects could be worse when it’s cold outside, the brand added. Elderly people must... Read More

Dementia treatment news: New Alzheimer’s disease drug has THIS attractive side-effect

Dementia treatment news: New Alzheimer’s disease drug has THIS attractive side-effect
Dementia treatment news: New Alzheimer’s disease drug has THIS attractive side-effect Dementia currently affects 850,000 in the UK, however the condition remains without an effective treatment. However, a new drug is currently being trialled to help cure Alzheimer’s disease, and scientists have discovered that it may put a smile back on a sufferer’s face in more ways than one. Tideglusib... Read More

Breast cancer high-risk diagnosis by robots? FUTURE of medicine could save THOUSANDS

Breast cancer high-risk diagnosis by robots? FUTURE of medicine could save THOUSANDS
Breast cancer high-risk diagnosis by robots? FUTURE of medicine could save THOUSANDS Using machines to find lumps that could become cancerous would save some patients from having unnecessary surgery, scientists said. High risk breast lesions are diagnosed after a biopsy. Surgery is often the preferred treatment to remove the lesion. But, a lot of the lesions don’t pose an immediate... Read More

Hayfever WINTER WARNING: UK allergy to kick up in DECEMBER thanks to ragweed pollen

Hayfever WINTER WARNING: UK allergy to kick up in DECEMBER thanks to ragweed pollen
Hayfever WINTER WARNING: UK allergy to kick up in DECEMBER thanks to ragweed pollen GETTY/STOCK An invasion of ragweed pollen threatens to aggravate hay fever symptoms in December Pollen spewed out by super-irritant ragweed will have Britons streaming and sneezing into the start of December, experts warn. The plant, native to the US, is gradually infesting the British countryside thanks... Read More