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.

obesity

Obesity damage to eggs may be reversible

"Damaging effect of obesity on a woman’s eggs can now be reversed," is the misleading headline from the Mail Online today. The over-egged headline refers to a mouse, not human, study looking at obesity and fertility…

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smoking

E-cigarettes may make lungs vulnerable to infection

"Vaping may not be as safe as smokers think, research suggests," The Guardian reports. New research found that mice exposed to e-cig vapours comparable to a typical human level experienced mild lung damage and a reduced immune response to infection…

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cholesterol heart

Even slightly raised cholesterol increases heart risk

New research suggests, even having slightly raised cholesterol levels in mid-life significantly increases a person’s chances of heart disease.

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Lie-in

6 reasons to get a good night’s sleep

Get a good night’s sleep and reap the rewards.

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Sleep well

6 reasons to get a good night’s sleep

Get a good night’s sleep and reap the rewards.

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stomach ache

Heartburn could be a sign of cancer

Public Health England has today launched a campaign to raise awareness of oesophago-gastric cancers.

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Twitter

Angry Twitter communities linked to heart deaths

"Angry tweeting 'could increase your risk of heart disease','' is the poorly reported headline in The Daily Telegraph.

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Sleep

'Social jet lag' linked to obesity and 'unhealthy' metabolism

"Social jet lag is driving obesity" is the misleading headline in The Daily Telegraph.

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flu

Could brain protein help people 'sleep off' the flu?

"Scientists…believe that a nasal spray could be produced which boosts a protein so sufferers could sleep off the flu," The Daily Telegraph reports.

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