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How to sleep: The ‘4-7-8’ method to fall asleep within minutes – ‘natural tranquilliser’

Created by Dr Andrew Weil, the 4-7-8 method involves a breathing technique to aid relaxation. The first step is to…

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Type 2 diabetes: Five ways to reduce your risk

Once you have been told you are at risk, it’s time to do whatever you can to reduce your chances…

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High cholesterol: Growths on the face that show levels are dangerously high

Extremely high levels of cholesterol will lead to xanthelasma, which are yellowish-orange growths on the eyelids. Usually painless, it is…

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Huge vaccine jobs drive: ‘Your country needs you’

Since then, more than 51 million first vaccine doses have been administered in the UK, along with more than 46…

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Popular painkiller linked to stomach, heart and circulation issues – expert warning

Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that is widely used for its pain-relieving properties, especially when it comes to sore…

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Omicron: Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine may only partially protect against new variant, study suggests

A new study led by the Africa Health Research Institute reportedly suggests that the omicron COVID-19 variant escapes antibody immunity…

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Omicron in the US: Where is it this week?

Florida and Illinois are the latest states to announce cases of the omicron COVID-19 variant in the country.  The new…

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High cholesterol: One of the healthiest dairy products to lower levels and fat burning

LDL is harmful cholesterol that can build up in your blood vessels, increasing your risk of a heart attack. HDL is a…

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Emergency departments can affect hospital readmission rates, massive EHR study shows

A study analyzing the electronic health records of nearly 2 million Medicare beneficiaries found that some hospitals are better than…

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Diabetes: Three signs when you go to the toilet you have high blood sugar – symptoms

Needing to go to the toilet more frequently could be a sign of high blood sugar. As the kidneys go…

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