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Health > General Health

Spoonful of cinnamon

People with type 2 diabetes may improve their ability to regulate their blood sugar by adding a little spice to their life, report researchers.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Health > Eye health in later life

Poor diet damages eyes

Survey reveals 90% of optometrists believe there is vital link between diet and eye health.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Health > Nutrition

The wonders of Vitamin K

We are all familiar with vitamins A,B and C – but now there’s a new one which is being hailed as a ‘wonder’ vitamin.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Health > General Health

Quitting smoking - a battle of the sexes

Research suggests that women find it harder than their male counterparts to stop smoking

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Home & Lifestyle > Fashion

Surprising Body Piercing History!

If you've been blessed with children, the chances are they now have something other than their ears pierced!  Belly rings are most the most common form of fashionable body piercing, even Zara Phillips, Princess Anne's daughter has one of these.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Health > General Health

Clean up your act!

Fallen off the bandwagon from all those new year resolutions and think there's no making up for it? Well, spring's a new beginning so now's your chance! At first thought Spring cleaning may sound like your worst nightmare, but if you follow our guide it could be the answer to all your problems; well some of them anyway!

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25th Mar 2008
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Health > Women's Health

Building better bones

The National Osteoporosis Society have launched a new information leaflet called Building Better Bones to provide patients with up to date information about osteoporosis, a disabling disease which affects one in three women in the UK.

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25th Mar 2008
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Health > General Health

Inspirations for spring

If you are feeling depressed or lethargic whilst you're patiently waiting for spring, try some of these inspirational ideas.

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25th Mar 2008
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Health > General Health

No more needles from your dentist

What everyone's been waiting for - now available on the British market - the needle-free dental syringe

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Health > General Health

Melatonin: a real sleeper hormone

Melatonin is the body’s natural sleep substance.

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25th Mar 2008
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Health > General Health

The medicine of the new millennium?

Articles published in British Medical Journal (BMJ) discuss how complementary and alternative therapies can be integrated into conventional patient care.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves

Health

Power to prevent cancer

Although currently heart disease kills most of us, it seems in general we dread cancer more.

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25th Mar 2008
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Health > General Health

Herbal cold remedies

It seems that we've been fighting a losing battle with the annual cold and flu epidemic for years.

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25th Mar 2008
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Health > General Health

Healthier Christmas!

Even if you haven't actually put on any extra pounds you can feel them coming with the onset of Christmas.

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25th Mar 2008
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Health > Women's Health

15,000 Women Worldwide to be Screen

Two of the largest global clinical trials ever, designed to study new approaches to the post-surgery use of chemotherapy and a biologic modifier for breast cancer (known as adjuvant therapy) have been launched.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Sport & Leisure > Hobbies

Bonhams Rules The Waves

Like Britannia' Bonhams’ specialists rule the waves, especially when it comes to selling Marine Paintings and Drawings.

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25th Mar 2008
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Sport & Leisure > Hobbies

The Pepperbox Revolver

Edmund Greenwood assembled his unique collection over the course of 45 years. He describes his passion for pepperbox revolvers as ‘firstly a hobby and secondly an investment.’

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25th Mar 2008
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Sport & Leisure > Hobbies

Exploiting An Opportunity

Having bought some modern furniture at one auction, we tried selling it at another auction previously renowned for its low prices for furniture.

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25th Mar 2008
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Finance

Keep cool during the Credit Crisis

Staying solvent is no picnic during a bear market, but the news is not all bad according to Graham Kerner.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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What's on

The Magic Flute

Mozart's opera is successfully relocated to Africa in this vibrant West End production.

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25th Mar 2008
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What's on

Ring round the Moon

French society is the subject of an enchanting guilty West End pleasure.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Home & Lifestyle > Food & Drink

Spring sensations

Our resident expert urges drinkers to treat their tastebuds by looking beyond boring wines.

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20th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Home & Lifestyle

Over 50s entitled to fun abroad too

The Foreign Office report on the 'risky' holiday behaviour of the over 50s - and we want to know what you think.

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20th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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What's on > Books

Bite Size Books

The first chapters of all Penguin's latest novels are now available to download for free.

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20th Mar 2008
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Home & Lifestyle

Be Inspired By South West Wales

Home to rolling hills, coastline and stunning scenery, South West Wales has moved artists, poets, writers and musicians throughout the ages.

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19th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Home & Lifestyle

Across The Sea To Ireland

A ramble this is not, more accurately an exciting and informative guided tour through spectacular ever-changing Irish scenery that at times takes your breath away.

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19th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Home & Lifestyle

The Many Moods Of Mexico

No matter what you are seeking, the many moods of Mexico offer a variety of experiences difficult to match anywhere else.

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19th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Home & Lifestyle

The Falkland Islands

A holiday island where nature is still in charge.

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19th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Travel > World Wide

Wander around Washington, DC

Don't miss a single sight with our advice for touring the USA's capital.

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19th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Travel > World Wide

Quebec City

Beautiful, historic Québec City is, as the guide books will tell you, the only fortified city in the Americas north of Mexico.

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18th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves


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