1138 GMT September 20, 2017
Jet lag drug could lessen chemo pain
A drug that relieves jet lag could also be used to prevent one of the most debilitating side effects of chemotherapy, scientists announced.
Mortality rate four times higher in OSA sufferers
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Three deadly conditions could be prevented with coffee (Video)
Coffee is more popular than ever in the UK, and drinking it frequently could help prevent diabetes, stroke and Alzheimer's disease.
Dietary habits to blame for toothache
Your mother was right: The condition of your teeth depends on your dietary and oral hygiene habits, not your genes, according to a new study that looked at the role that genes and the oral microbiome play in the formation of cavities.
Stop hitting the snooze button and get better sleep
Hitting the snooze button repeatedly inflicts ‘cardiovascular assault’ on the body and abuses your nervous system, a neuroscientist warned.
Study warns of danger of riding playground slide with children
A new study found that while young kids may feel safer going down a slide on a parent's lap, this common practice actually raises their risk for harm.
Flu Jab: Is it useless for older people? (Video)
The annual flu jab can offer little or no protection against the virus in elderly people, research suggested.
Why you should eat six meals a day if you want to lose weight
When you want to lose weight, many of us are put off by the idea of starving ourselves, spending our days with rumbling stomachs and having to resist giving in to our hunger.
Skin patch to shrink unwanted fat works on mice
Imagine using a medicated skin patch to burn off areas of unwanted fat, including those ‘love handles.’
More infants, toddlers placed in car seats correctly
Research shows overall child passenger safety education programs are working, with more infants and toddlers being positioned correctly in car safety seats.
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