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Best supplements for the brain: Take these THREE nutrients to PREVENT memory loss

Best supplements for the brain: Take these THREE nutrients to PREVENT memory loss
Best supplements for the brain: Take these THREE nutrients to PREVENT memory loss Brain health has been an increasing concern for people as dementia becomes an ever more prevalent problem in the UK. This year it was revealed that the debilitating condition had overtaken heart disease to become the biggest killer in the UK, and it is predicted there will... Read More

Dementia symptoms: FOUR early signs of Alzheimer's to spot in relatives this Christmas

Dementia symptoms: FOUR early signs of Alzheimer's to spot in relatives this Christmas
Dementia symptoms: FOUR early signs of Alzheimer’s to spot in relatives this Christmas Dementia currently affects 850,000 people in the UK, and this is set to increase to a million by 2025. Quick diagnosis means that appropriate treatment can be given sooner to stop or slow the rate of further decline. However, it can be easy to miss the early... Read More

Cold weather WARNING: Set heating to THIS temperature to lower high blood pressure risk

Cold weather WARNING: Set heating to THIS temperature to lower high blood pressure risk
Cold weather WARNING: Set heating to THIS temperature to lower high blood pressure risk When the outside temperature drops below 8°C, some people have a higher risk of developing flu, strokes, heart attacks and pneumonia, said the NHS. Researchers have also revealed then cold weather can cause high blood pressure. Those most at risk of developing the conditions from cold... Read More

Measles outbreak MAPPED: Virus spreads to FIVE UK areas – parents urged to vaccinate kids

Measles outbreak MAPPED: Virus spreads to FIVE UK areas – parents urged to vaccinate kids
Measles outbreak MAPPED: Virus spreads to FIVE UK areas – parents urged to vaccinate kids Measles has spread as far south as Surrey, as Public Health England (PHE) confirms 70 cases of the deadly viral disease in the UK. Leeds has seen 28 confirmed cases of Measles, as of December 8, while 18 cases were in Liverpool. Birmingham has reported... Read More

Sex warning: Man becomes first in England to develop ARTHRITIS symptoms from doing THIS

Sex warning: Man becomes first in England to develop ARTHRITIS symptoms from doing THIS
Sex warning: Man becomes first in England to develop ARTHRITIS symptoms from doing THIS Sex, if unprotected, can increase your risk of catching a sexually transmitted infection (STI). While in many cases they are treatable, they can lead to infertility and discomfort in the genital area – and even arthritis, according to a new report. The joint condition has been... Read More

Salmonella WARNING: Stomach cramps are a sign as ‘worrying’ outbreak emerges

Salmonella WARNING: Stomach cramps are a sign as ‘worrying’ outbreak emerges
Salmonella WARNING: Stomach cramps are a sign as ‘worrying’ outbreak emerges Salmonella bacteria can cause food poisoning in humans, leading to diarrhoea, stomach cramps and vomiting, according to the NHS. Other signs and symptoms to watch out for include stomach cramps, bloody stools, fevers, headaches and feeling sick to the stomach. Symptoms usually last for between four and seven days. After... Read More

Dementia WARNING: A daily diet fizzy drink could increase Alzheimer’s risk by THREE times

Dementia WARNING: A daily diet fizzy drink could increase Alzheimer’s risk by THREE times
Dementia WARNING: A daily diet fizzy drink could increase Alzheimer’s risk by THREE times The risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease could be increased by drinking diet fizzy drinks, according to scientists at Boston University School of Medicine. People who drank diet soft drinks were almost three times as likely to develop stroke and dementia, compared to those who don’t drink... Read More

How JUST one slice of wholemeal toast a day could control diabetes symptoms

How JUST one slice of wholemeal toast a day could control diabetes symptoms
How JUST one slice of wholemeal toast a day could control diabetes symptoms Diabetes patients can’t process carbohydrates effectively, a dietician has said. Carbs are broken down into small units of glucose when digested, which raises blood sugar. The pancreas should produce insulin to help the blood sugar enter cells, providing the body with energy. But, in diabetics, the pancreas fails... Read More