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How to live longer: Ways to reduce your risk of cancer...

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Cancer is a condition where cells in a specific part of the body grow and reproduce uncontrollably, according to the NHS. It explains...

Dementia: The activity in your 40s that puts you at a...

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A study conducted by Cardiff University has revealed that a sport involving frequent, repeated blows to the head could increase the risk and...

Flu: The popular supplement which can cut your risk by 87...

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There are a few different ways how you can lower your risk of catching the flu virus, ranging from proper hand hygiene to...

Scam warning: ‘Generous’ Britons at risk of losing millions to online...

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Gerald Oppenheim, the Chief Executive of the Fundraising Regulator, is reminding Britons to look out for the key indicators of a charity’s credibility.Mr...

WARNING: Virgin Media customers sent letters demanding £800 fines – are...

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Virgin Media customers are being sent letters from lawyers demanding they pay fines of over £800 as part of the ongoing piracy crackdown....

Cancer: The three major symptoms pertaining to eating indicating your risk...

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Cancer is a generic term for a large group of diseases that can affect any part of the body. Other terms used are...

How to live longer: A growing health risk impacting longevity and...

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There are a number of factors which will impact one’s longevity which do not pertain to diet and exercise. A growing cause for...

Covid: Omicron poses '2.4 times higher' risk of reinfection – new...

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"Immune escape from prior infection, whether or not Omicron can also evade vaccine derived immunity, has important implications for public health globally."What are...

DVSA issues urgent frost warning – Drivers 'must be able to...

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The RAC said: “If you’re running late on a winter morning, you might think it’s a good idea to save some time by...

Dementia: 12 'modifiable' risk factors for dementia – Lancet study on...

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Research shows that a lower risk of developing dementia is associated with:Higher levels of educationMore mentally demanding occupationsCognitive stimulation such as reading, doing...
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