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Check out the latest news, articles and information about the key health issues such as allergies, cancer, obesity or stress from the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday.



Published: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 16:37:39 +0100

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The good milk guide

Thu, 10 Jul 2014 16:37:39 +0100

We used to be told it was the healthiest drink around. But the latest scientific evidence suggests that too much of the wrong sort of milk may cause the high levels of heart disease in the UK The good milk guide


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Vitamin C cancer fear

Mon, 22 Aug 2011 16:08:12 +0100

High doses of vitamin C, found in popular 'mega-dose' pills, could increase the risk of cancer, scientists warn today orange


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Babies at risk from too much salty food as they are fed beans and tinned spaghetti

Mon, 01 Aug 2011 09:06:23 +0100

Seven out of 10 babies have higher than recommended salt levels as they are fed a diet of salty and processed foods, warn scientists. Parents need more advice on how much salt to feed their babies, experts concluded


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Fruit and vegetables: Five-a-day can cost as little as 42p

Tue, 26 Apr 2011 09:45:27 +0100

Many consumers claim they have cut back on fresh fruit and vegetables as they have felt the pinch of rising food prices. But experts say you can get five portions for under 50p. Shopping around: Consumers can eat five a day for less than 50p, especially if they eat fruit and vegetables that are in season


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Fish to fry: The healthiest catch for your shopping bag

Tue, 29 Mar 2011 08:51:00 +0100

We’re urged to eat two portions a week - one oily and one white. But with so many varieties of fish available, which should you choose? Smoked mackerel: This oily fish is best for the brain


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Salt: Fast food and cereals mean children eat more than recommended amount for adults

Tue, 01 Mar 2011 09:46:22 +0000

The recommended daily amount of salt for adults is 6g a day, but research by the Health Supplement Information Service found boys consumed 6.4g while girls had 5.6g. Fast food, ready-made pasta and many children's cereals are relatively high in salt


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Want a golden glow? Don't bother with the suntan - eat your greens instead

Tue, 11 Jan 2011 11:29:07 +0000

Scientists have found eating plenty of fruit and veg is the best way to achieve a healthy, golden glow. It will make you more attractive to the opposite sex as well. Golden girl: Tucking into vegetable soup gives you a healthy glow and makes you more attractive than having a suntan


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Diet con: low-calorie foods are manufactured with other unhealthy substances

Thu, 14 Oct 2010 01:39:49 +0100

Our investigation shows that many so-called light or healthy versions of major food brands are often very similar to the original. The big fat diet food con


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The berry healthiest: How organic strawberries 'are more nutritious'

Wed, 01 Sep 2010 23:37:44 +0100

The most detailed study of its kind has found that organic strawberries contain higher levels of anti-cancer nutrients than fruit sprayed with chemical pesticides. The healthy option: Organic strawberries are said to be both tastier and better for your health


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Fussy eaters to be classed as having eating disorder

Fri, 09 Jul 2010 12:17:08 +0100

They are the nightmare guests at dinner parties. But picky eaters have no control over what they like and could be suffering from an eating disorder, according to psychologists. Being a picky eater is commonly seen as a childhood phase. However, the behaviour can extend into adulthood


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The five-a-day tan: Forget the sunbed, fruit and veg give you a natural glow

Mon, 24 May 2010 00:15:33 +0100

The secret to a golden, healthy complexion doesn't lie in sunbeds, sprays or sunbathing - but in eating plenty of fresh fruit and veg. Five-a-day: The secret to a golden, healthy complexion doesn't lie in sunbeds, sprays or sunbathing - but in eating plenty of fresh fruit and veg


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Teenage girls are starving bodies of essential nutrients, warns food watchdog

Tue, 09 Feb 2010 15:34:06 +0000

Teenage girls are wrecking their bodies with 'size zero' diets, shunning protein and dairy in an apparent effort to be as thin as their celebrity role models. Kate Moss


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Healthy lunch? The supermarket salads with more fat than a Big Mac

Thu, 25 Jun 2009 14:49:06 +0100

Those hoping to enjoy a summer salad as part of a healthy diet could be in for a shock. Cheeseburger Big Mac Burger Hamburger beefburger


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Don't cut up your carrots: Boiling them whole increases their anti-cancer benefits

Tue, 23 Jun 2009 10:19:58 +0100

Leaving the vegetable intact prevents valuable nutrients from being easily washed away into the water, claim scientists - and boost anti-cancer properties by a quarter. Michelle Obama samples a carrot she harvested from her garden with local students at the White House


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Drinking too much cola can cause weak bones and even paralysis, experts warn

Tue, 19 May 2009 14:29:11 +0100

Drinking too much cola can cause muscle weakness and even paralysis, doctors have warned. Patients who drank more than six cans of coke a day reported symptoms including lethargy, vomiting and an irregular heart beat


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Miracle bugs: Fancy 'probiotic' yoghurt drinks really ARE good for you, scientists say

Tue, 19 May 2009 14:03:28 +0100

Doctors have been sceptical about these yoghurts, drinks and pills because the evidence for them hasn't been convincing - until now. Probiotic drinks contain more friendly bacteria than yoghurt but beware as they can contain a lot of sugar


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Eating oily fish once a week slashes prostate cancer risk

Wed, 25 Mar 2009 12:51:33 +0000

Fish oil may protect men against potentially deadly aggressive prostate cancer, a study suggests. Salmon, mackerel and herring are all oily fish which reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer


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