Archives for May, 2018

A million smokers quit in France as health officials laud anti-smoking measures

May 29th, 2018
A million smokers quit in France as health officials laud anti-smoking measures

One million people have quit smoking in France, as health officials praise the introduction of a raft of anti-smoking measures. Figures published by Public Health France suggest that there were a million fewer regular smokers in 2017 compared to 2016. The body has claimed that new anti-smoking measures have contributed to a growing number of […]

Regular exercise keeps the arteries young, new study reveals

May 22nd, 2018
Regular exercise keeps the arteries young, new study reveals

Regular exercise helps to keep the arteries young and prevent them from stiffening, it has been revealed. A new study claims that working out 4-5 times per week can lower the risk of heart problems and keep the arteries healthy. The study, which has been published in the Journal of Physiology, found that exercising 4-5 […]

Drug May Have Been Found To Cure the Common Cold

May 15th, 2018
Drug May Have Been Found To Cure the Common Cold

A research team from Imperial College London have been working on an innovative treatment that may be able to cure the common cold, which would be inhaled to stop the virulent illness in its tracks. The common cold is a collective term for hundreds of very similar viruses, which has made it notoriously difficult to […]

Green spaces improve quality of life by £34 billion, charity reveals

May 8th, 2018
Green spaces improve quality of life by £34 billion, charity reveals

A charity has suggested that green spaces and parks improve quality of life by £34 billion. The Fields in Trust charity, which aims to protect green spaces in the UK, claims that open natural areas provide health benefits that equate to a value of around £34 billion. The charity also suggests that green spaces save […]

Men urged to talk more, as Macmillan suggests women are twice as likely to ask for help following cancer diagnosis

May 1st, 2018
Men urged to talk more, as Macmillan suggests women are twice as likely to ask for help following cancer diagnosis

Macmillan Cancer is calling for more to be done to help men open up after research revealed that women are twice as likely to ask for help following cancer diagnosis. Craig Toley was just 29 years old when he was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Craig was devastated by the diagnosis, but he felt unable to […]

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