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.
BBC News reports on a sharp rise in the number of CT scans being performed, exposing people to the potential health risks of radiation.
"Salt injection 'kills cancer cells' by causing them to self-destruct," reports the Mail Online. Despite this headline, there is no new treatment for cancer using salt...
People lacking in vitamin D have a higher risk of developing dementia report several media outlets, including BBC News and The Independent.
Taking aspirin every day could cut your risk of developing cancer, report BBC News and The Daily Telegraph...
"The results suggest we need to reconsider the universal recommendation to provide paracetamol as a first-line treatment."
“My message to everyone, diabetic or not, is that we all have something that doesn't "measure up" to the beauty standards set by the media - and that is okay!”
"Children who use inhalable steroids for asthma grow slower than their peers in the first year of taking the medication," The Guardian reports.
"Diabetes could be cured 'in single jab'," is the misleading headline in the Daily Express.
New draft guidance from NICE proposes to lower the threshold for considering weight loss surgery for people with type 2 diabetes to a BMI of 30.