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SCRUB UP, BUT NOT TOO HARD!   
by GABRIELLE COLLETT-WHITE, 345 words
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Over-vigorous washing may be behind the recent rise in skin allergies and hay fever
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BANISH BALDNESS   
by GABRIELLE COLLETT-WHITE, 276 words
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So far, it?s only been tried on mice, but US researchers hope their baldness treatment will work on people too
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WINE SLOWS MENTAL DECLINE   
by SARA SHIRLOCK, 441 words
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A drink a day may sharpen your wits and preserve your memory
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CHARITY WARNS OF DVT RISKS   
by GABRIELLE COLLETT-WHITE, 423 words
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Lifeblood, the Thrombosis Charity says people going to hospital should take steps to cut their risks of blood clots
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IT?S ALL IN THE EYES?THE NOSE?THE MOUTH   
by JUDITH WOODS, 1162 words
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Your face can provide a surprisingly accurate picture of what?s going on inside your body. You may even be able to avoid illness by knowing what your eyes, hair, skin and mouth are telling you?
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MORE HEALTH? LESS SPEED!   
by GRAEME WHITCROFT WHITE, 1211 words
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We all need to take time to consider our wellbeing. Experts say we must stop speeding through life if we are to stay healthy. Try our go-slow ideas and reap the rewards ? fast
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CHILL OUT TO BE HEALTHY   
by ANASTASIA STEPHENS, 1050 words
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Dread the thought of an icy shower? Worried the chill will make you ill? In fact, research shows that short blasts of icy temperatures could help keep our health on track. Here?s how you can chill out to give your health a boost.
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DO YOU WANT TO SEE INTO YOUR FUTURE?   
by VICTORIA LAMBERT, 1211 words
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Doctors have found that by examining our genes ? and our family history ? they can predict exactly what diseases we are most likely to develop. But so-called ?doomsday? tests can also help us to protect ourselves
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PLAYING DIRTY   
by GABRIELLE COLLETT-WHITE, 314 words
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Digging, weeding and planting may lift your mood in more ways than you know, say scientists
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READ THIS?IT?S NOT TO BE SNEEZED AT!   
by OLIVIA ASH, 1173 words
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The hay fever season is now in full swing, bringing misery to the estimated 12 million people in the UK who suffer an allergic reaction to pollen. From the newly-launched hay fever pill, to nasal sprays, tinctures and sinus rubs, which treatment is right for you?
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Tuesday 19 September 2017

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