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

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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

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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

Why we can exercise but not lose weight

Psychological factors behind a lack of success in shifting kilos

Malaria vaccines and business travel

Stance on prevention varies between US and Europe

Biological markers and longevity

Tracking of vital signs takes a new tack

Sushi and mercury toxicity risk

Most of us need to eat more fish — but of the right kind

Fasting plus cardio sheds weight quicker

Add intense exercise to eating less for striking results

Roll, don’t stretch after exercise

Effect on tight muscles is like a deep tissue massage

Apple Watch: a run for your money?

Excellent for motivating, but short on truly accurate monitoring

Women feel under more stress at work

Willingness to acknowledge pressure is a factor

Is heel striking a problem for you?

Changing deeply ingrained running habits can be tricky

Statin shock: should I now take them too?

Defining who should take heart drugs is controversial

Rugby and American football injuries

Gladiatorial atmosphere fuels fears over health risks

Exercises to fix ‘text neck’

Too much screen time can cause serious posture problems

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