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.
"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…
"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…
New research suggests, even having slightly raised cholesterol levels in mid-life significantly increases a person’s chances of heart disease.
Public Health England has today launched a campaign to raise awareness of oesophago-gastric cancers.
"Angry tweeting 'could increase your risk of heart disease','' is the poorly reported headline in The Daily Telegraph.
"Social jet lag is driving obesity" is the misleading headline in The Daily Telegraph.
"Scientists…believe that a nasal spray could be produced which boosts a protein so sufferers could sleep off the flu," The Daily Telegraph reports.