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Avoid the "bugs" this holiday season

It’s no surprise that with the cooler temperatures comes bugs and viruses. You can take your vitamins and wash your hands all you want, but you still may not prevent the ba-hum… 306 more words

Central

Genetic link to dangerous aneurysms could aid future treatment

Source: British Heart Foundation

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Date of publication: November 2016

Publication type: News item

In a nutshell: Thousands of lives could be saved every year after it was discovered a fatal cardiovascular condition could be linked to four genes, according to Leicester research we helped fund. 91 more words

Cardiovascular Diseases

5 INJURY PREVENTION MOVEMENTS TO DO BEFORE YOU HIT THE SLOPES

It’s never too early, or too late, to get your body ready for the slopes. Skiing and snowboarding is taxing on your body, and even though you are fit and workout regularly, you still need to prepare your body for mountain-like movements to avoid soreness or injury. 449 more words

Articles

On Youth Policy and Young People

In this week’s blog, Charlee Bewsher from Youth Work Unit – Yorkshire & Humber tackles youth policy, the importance of youth work, and exploring the role young people can have in developing new youth policy. 518 more words

Youth Work

Extract Of Bitter Melon May Slow Breast Cancer. Part 3 of 3

Extract Of Bitter Melon May Slow Breast Cancer – Part 3 of 3

For now, the cancer guild recommends getting nutrients through foods, not supplements. This involves eating “a plant-based diet including a variety of vegetables and fruits”. 41 more words

Health

Extract Of Bitter Melon May Slow Breast Cancer. Part 2 of 3

Extract Of Bitter Melon May Slow Breast Cancer – Part 2 of 3

The extract slowed the growth of these breast cancer cells and even killed them, the researchers found. 95 more words

Health

Extract Of Bitter Melon May Slow Breast Cancer. Part 1 of 3

Extract Of Bitter Melon May Slow Breast Cancer – Part 1 of 3

Extract Of Bitter Melon May Slow Breast Cancer. A well-received nutritional supplement – extract of bitter melon – may help keep women from breast cancer, researchers say. 173 more words

Health