• paracetamol-placebo

    This Weeks Health News – 25/07/14

    This week we have seen a study showing that paracetamol is no more effective than a placebo, how shift working can affect your health and more information on the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence’s (NICE) recommendations for statins. It’s also the last health news round-up, more information...
  • organic

    This Weeks Health News – 18/07/14

    This week we have seen a study publish its findings on the nutritional content of organic and non-organic foods, an attempt to improve school meals, and more recommendations from The National Institute of Health rel=”nofollow”  and Care Excellence (NICE) to prescribe statins to 4.5 million people. Study sparks organic...
  • farmers-market

    This Weeks Health News – 11/07/14

    This week we have seen the introduction of a new way to access local food in Britain, some information about raw chocolate, 8 of the most outlandish health claims for products (inducing a cure for masturbation) and wine has hit the headlines (again). A new way to buy...
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    This Weeks Health News – 04/07/14

    They say that no news is good news, but this week begs to differ. All the stories are moves in the right direction with regards to nutrition. This week we saw the results of a large scale nutrition/ chronic disease get published, a call for nutrition to be taught...
  • sugar

    This Weeks Health News – 27/06/14

    This week we have seen more pressure on the government to implicate a sugar tax, the possibility that smoking will be banned for anyone born after the year 2000, and the possibility that vitamin D can reduce hypertension. Health group calls for ‘sugar tax’ to cut child obesity...
  • gluten-free-cookie-dough

    This Weeks Health News – 20/06/14

    This week we have seen an investigation into food marketing, a planned improvement for school lunches, an ambitious plan to reduce sugar consumption, and (again) e-cigarettes. Food labels such as ‘organic’, ‘gluten-free’ or ‘antioxidant’ mislead shoppers into thinking they are eating well, study warns. Researchers found health-related buzzwords –...
  • cod-liver-oil

    This Weeks Health News – 13/06/14

    This week a court has started to decide if obese people get the same benefits as disabled people, research suggesting aspirin might not be as safe as originally thought, more research into the benefits of cod liver oil, and another red meat/ cancer headline. Obesity is not a...
  • brain

    This Weeks Health News – 06/06/14

    This week we have how sleep benefits memory, why cooking everything from scratch might not be enough to keep them healthy, and a woman who fought off her 6th attack of breast cancer by cutting out dairy. Sleep’s memory role discovered The mechanism by which a good night’s...
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    This Weeks Health News – 30/05/14

    This week we have seen Coca-Cola launch a free fitness marketing campaign,  more debate over e-cigarettes, more findings linking light at night to obesity, and possible plans to prescribe slimming clubs to overweight people. Coke launches free fitness classes as part of £20m anti-obesity drive Coca-Cola Zero ParkLives...

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