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.
"Being overweight raises risk of men developing aggressive prostate cancer," The Guardian reports.
"Could ADHD be triggered by mothers being exposed to air pollution while pregnant?," asks the Mail Online.
"Short men more likely to die from dementia," The Daily Telegraph reports.
Unseasonably warm weather brings bad news for those living with asthma.
Experts have warned that the number of people living diabetes in England and Wales who have kidney failure is expected to double over the next 10 years.
"Cup of cocoa could give the elderly the memory of a 'typical 30 or 40-year-old'," The Independent reports.
"Subtle changes in the walking pattern of Parkinson's patients could predict their rate of cognitive decline," The Times reports...
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"A new test can help doctors identify ovarian cancer more accurately and cut down on instances of unnecessary surgery," BBC News reports.