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The Weight On Your Shoulders

Could it be that taking steps to soothe and smooth over the stress in your life might also assist with ironing out back pain?

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Eating Strategically: Part 2

One of the reasons diets so often fail is that willpower only takes you so far in resisting temptation. For long term success, getting strategic about how you deal with food can make eating well far less painful.

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Eating Strategically: Part 1

Every one of us makes dozens of decisions about food and drink every day. If you're trying to cut down on calories, research shows there are tricks you can use to help make these decisions a whole lot easier.

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Workout Your Hunger

If you're trying to control your food intake, science suggests that working up a sweat is a good option.

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Tips For Dodging Cancer

A coalition of 100 scientists from 30 nations has compiled a detailed report on how to avoid cancer. The good news is that we can all reduce our cancer risk, if we're prepared to make some lifestyle adjustments.

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Stressful Pregnancy Leaves Lasting Legacy?

Babies with lower birth weights may be at greater risk of mental health problems later in life.

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Pharmacotherapy: Getting Help To Quit

If you have decided to stop smoking, getting some help from your doctor may well boost your chances of success.

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Square Eyes Or Sore Eyes?

Many children love video games, but what are the consequences of children spending a large amount of the time in front of a screen?

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Keep Watch For Steroid Abuse

The pressure felt by some young people to look good and be successful can be intense. Now researchers warn that children and adolescents may be opting for unhealthy quick-fixes.

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Hands Up For Hygiene

The first detailed report on hand hygiene in the home and community recommends that handwashing is key to keeping many infectious diseases under control.

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Teen Smoking Suicide Risk

A Finnish study has made the disturbing finding that boys who are regular smokers by age 14 are more likely to attempt suicide by the time they are 34.

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Go All Out To Stop Smoking

For some of us even the idea of quitting smoking AND getting healthy can be daunting. Which habit or lifestyle issue do you tackle first? An American study suggests the answer is all of them.

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Folate Helps Fight The Blues

Low folate levels have been linked with a number of diseases. Now we can add depression to the list.

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Shaping Up For A Drink

Could the shape of our glass have a significant effect on how much we drink?

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Start Early With Fruit And Veg

By offering your child fruit and vegetables from an early age, and persisting even in the face of initial rejection, you can give them a good start to a healthy diet.

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