Intermittent fasting diet should be encouraged as it is ‘simpler’ than cutting calories, doctors say

Trendy fasting diets practiced by the likes of Jennifer Aniston and Benedict Cumberbatch may cut risk of heart disease and should be encouraged because they are ‘simpler’ than cutting calories, doctors say Doctors claim time restricted fasting can help improve health and weight loss They claim the celebrity trend can reduce the risk of various health conditions … Read more

Eating fruits and vegetables and exercising lead to a happier life

Making daily life choices that provide long-term, non-immediate benefits rather than those that provide instant satisfaction lead to a happier life, a new study finds. Researchers from the University of Kent and the University of Reading in the UK looked into how delayed gratification and daily life choices could impact a person’s happiness.    They found … Read more

Adults who consume the most dairy fat are less likely to develop heart disease, study finds

Adults who consume a high dairy diet are up to 25 per cent less likely to develop heart disease, a study suggests.  Previous research has generally leaned the other way and linked dairy to cardiac problems, because things like milk and cheese are high in cholesterol and fat. But the latest Australian study suggests the other … Read more

Do Himalayan salt lamps really work?

Do Himalayan salt lamps REALLY work? Over 11,000 shoppers agree this £13 one from Amazon does: Reviewers praise it for reducing stress and promoting a more restful slumber By Emily Knott For Mailonline Published: 10:18 EDT, 16 September 2021 | Updated: 10:21 EDT, 16 September 2021 Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently … Read more

One in three are hit by midlife health crisis

More than a third of middle-aged Britons have multiple health problems and the trend is getting worse, research suggests. The extent to which they suffer from long-term conditions has been laid bare by a study into the nation’s health. Figures show that 34 per cent of those aged 46 to 48 have two or more … Read more

FDA seeks probe into communications between staff and Biogen over Alzheimer’s drug

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is asking for a federal investigation into its approval of a controversial Alzheimer’s drug. Janet Woodcock, acting commissioner of the FDA, has asked for a probe into communications between FDA staff and Biogen representatives in the lead up to the approval of Aduhelm, the company’s Alzheimer’s drug. The … Read more