Monday, 24 April 2017

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Casual attitude to casual sex

NEW research reveals just 72 per cent of under-25’s believe it is important to have regular sexual health screening if in casual relationships. The Mintel research, which questioned nearly 2,000 internet users, indicates that young men are the most likely to adopt a relaxed attitude towards screening with just two…

Blood test breakthroughs

A NEW form of blood test can help show doctors where in the body a tumour is growing. It is hoped the new 'liquid biopsies' will revolutionise cancer treatment by showing slow-growing tumours and those people most in danger, without the need for painful biopsies where part of the organ…

Intense cycling could help ward off ageing

A QUICK, intense, four minutes of cycling could help stop the ageing process. It could be the news everyone who hates long workouts has been waiting for, as a US study found that short bursts of intense exercise, such as spinning classes, which are fast cycling classes, can help reverse…

Avoiding eye strain with computer work

AROUND 13 million Spaniards suffer daily from eye fatigue and dryness as a result of frequent use of computers and electronic devices. It can be a problem especially for those who work in offices where lighting or ventilation conditions are not adequate. However, according to international studies, seven out of…

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Kissing has a range of benefits

VALENTINE’S DAY may have come and gone but don’t forget to continue kissing your loved one. As well as showing them you care, it could also be good for your health as scientists have proven that it can trigger a range of physiological processes from boosting your immunity, to improving…

World Health Organisation warns us all to be more active

THE World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that 23 per cent of the adult population and up to 81 per cent of children are not active enough. This leads to concern about developing diseases such as diabetes, cancer or stroke. As a result, this United Nations body is working on…

Canada looks for sugar alternative

WITH popular cooking shows on the rise and food posts on social media feeding the desire for showing off delicious baked creations, new research from Mintel reveals that 43 per cent of Canadians who use sugar/sugar substitutes say that whether or not a sugar/sugar substitute is good for baking is…

Experts warn that stable love relationship cause us to gain weight

Perform physical activity in family, drink in moderation and avoid fast food, are keys to not gain weight for couples. According to the survey carried out by the Spanish Society of the Study of Obesity, the Spanish gained an average of 4.5 kg when they have a partner. Findings show…

App to predict illness

IT seems there is an app for everything nowadays, particularly relating to your health from checking your blood pressure, to predicting the best times to try and conceive. But what if an app on your phone could warn you if you were about to get ill? Well this could soon…

Theatre trips could prevent dementia

ENJOYING activities such as going to the theatre could help prevent dementia. Scientists claim that engaging activities help cut the risk of mental decline as they stimulate the brain more, helping to protect against and prevent mild cognitive impairment (MCI) which is the stage between decline from aging and dementia.…

Work outs at work

STRUGGLING to make time for exercise? Is working late meaning you are missing that trip to the gym? Well work should no longer be an excuse for not working out, as even if you spend most of your day slouched over your desk staring at a computer screen, you can…

More men are loving fake tan

MORE and more men are turning to the bottle. The bottle of fake tan that is. According to Mintel research, from August 2015-September 2016, the usage of self-tan among Britain’s men rose from less than one in 10 (9 per cent) in 2015 to as many as 14 per cent…

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