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Train your heartbeat to help the brain

Why rhythmic breathing is good for stress and anxiety

Stressed business man stretching in his office.
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Back pain remedies to avoid surgery

Our unsymmetrical bodies are the issue, not disc deformity

Put that juicer back in the cupboard

Fruit and vegetables should be eaten, not drunk

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A good night’s sleep

Products to help identify what is causing insomnia and to overcome it

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Why you feel better on a gluten-free diet

Carbohydrates called Fodmaps may be real stomach ache culprit

Relieve scratchy dry eyes in a blink

Screen breaks every 20 minutes can soothe CVS symptoms

A drug for those who cannot take statins

Repatha trial indicates it has fewer side effects

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Connected scales can help you lose weight

Software may give a more accurate view of cutting calories

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Sweating runners must check salt intake

Diluting electrolytes can cause cramps and raise blood pressure

Muscle moves to stay flexible and mobile

Bending and stretching without tricky and dangerous poses

Knee therapy may restore ability to jump

Patients’ own blood is used to heal cartilage damage

One fitness measure for all exercise aims

Metric keeps track whether you are cycling, swimming or running

Tips on a better diet for improved health

What to eat to cut the chances of suffering illness

Unwanted extras in rice and green tea

Careful preparation will mitigate presence of lead and arsenic

Cause and cures for runner’s ‘runny nose’

Beat effects of overexertion with treatments from zinc to gargles

A universal diet works only for some

Promise of a personalised plan to manage glucose levels

Slow exit from the workforce is healthier

Easing into retirement and making new friends helps you live longer

Study shows benefit of low blood pressure

New treatment sharply cuts risk of health problems

Heart rate apps let you know when to rest

Training times can be improved observing HR variability over time

Cycling without a helmet? Think again

Road deaths underline risks for two-wheeled commuters

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