Be well magazine

Our Be Well magazine displays articles from across a range of health and well-being topics, including specialist expert articles interpreting latest medical advances and research from The Lancet.

Dutch family cycling

What makes Dutch people the happiest in the world?

Their happy disposition might be down to their work-life balance.

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Injection

Does holding your breath during an injection make it less painful?

"Hate injections? Holding your breath can make the pain of jabs more bearable," the Mail Online reports.

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Killer heels

Killer heels

You may want to think twice next time you slip your feet into a pair of heels...

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Facelift

Can a facelift make you more likeable?

"Having plastic surgery can make you more likeable," the Mail Online reports.

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Power nap

Are power naps a 'five-fold' memory booster?

"A 45-minute power nap can boost your memory five-fold, study finds," The Independent reports. However, this impressive claim is let down by the small size of the study…

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Child brushing teeth

Are half of all children's teeth really rotten?

"Rotten teeth are secret reason why teens don't smile," revealed The Times today. The Daily Mirror expressed shock over revelations that...

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Alcohol

How alcohol intake can change over a lifetime

"Binge drinking peaks at 25 … but by middle age he's drinking daily," the Mail Online reports.

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Drug driving

New drug driving regulations come into force

Police will now be able to use “drugalysers” to screen motorists for eight illegal drugs, including cannabis and cocaine, at the roadside.

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The sun

Sunlight UV damage to skin persists even after dark

"Moving immediately into the shade does not stop sun damage, as UV rays can continue damaging skin cells hours after exposure," The Guardian reports. A study has found evidence that damage to DNA can continue after initial exposure…

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