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The best thing can do for health: Sleep well
Do you think you got enough sleep this past week? Can you remember the last time you woke up without an alarm clock, feeling refreshed, not needing caffeine? If the answer to any of these questions is ‘no’, you are not alone. Two-thirds of adults throughout all developed nations fail to obtain the recommended eight hours of nightly sleep.
Health screening 'not meeting targets', report finds
None of the three main health screening programs in England — bowel, breast or cervical — met their targets last year, according to a report by the National Audit Office.
Antibiotics disrupt gut bacteria, impact bone health
A new study about the side effects of antibiotic treatment reveals that it may dysregulate postpubertal skeletal development by interfering with gut bacteria.
Eating too quickly can lead to health problems
Studies have shown that eating too quickly can lead to several health problems, including putting on weight and an increased risk of developing heart disease and diabetes.
World Health Organization lists ‘vaccine hesitancy’ as a global health threat
Vaccine hesitancy, where people are reluctant or refuse to have themselves or their children vaccinated, is a growing trend among those fearing negative health outcomes from immunizations, such as the (non-existent) risk of autism.
Hotel chain raises the bar on ocean conservation and coastal health
While 2018 was the International Year of the Reef, the world’s coral reefs remain under dire threat. Human activity is a major culprit, with over-fishing, aggressive coastal development, pollution and climate change degrading coral reef health around the world.
Mental health treatment waiting times in UK to be capped under 10-year plan
New waiting-time targets for mental health treatment and stronger support for young adults with difficulties will be an important part of the UK government’s long-awaited 10-year National Health Service (NHS) plan to be launched.
Research: Sugar substitutes are not healthier than real sugar
A new study published in the British Medical Journal showed that there is no solid science backing claims by artificial sweetener companies that their products are inherently healthier for people.
An egg a day keeps the doctor away?
The debate over whether eggs are good or bad for you seems to be unending, but here's a new study that scores one for the pro-egg team.
Rouhani accepts health minister resignation
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani accepted the resignation of Health Minister Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi, days after the official announced his decision to leave the cabinet over budget issues.
AP-NORC Poll: Edit baby genes for health, not smarts
Most Americans say it would be OK to use gene-editing technology to create babies protected against a variety of diseases — but a new poll finds they’d draw the line at changing DNA so children are born smarter, faster or taller.
How good for your health is cutting salt from your diet?
Scientists have calculated that cutting salt consumption by around a quarter could halve the number of deaths from sodium-induced heart disease, according to a study conducted in a part of China with a well-above-average number of deaths linked to high-salt diets, South China Morning Post wrote.
Legal plastic content in animal feed could harm human health, experts warn
Plastic traces in animal feed could pose a risk to human health and urgently need to be the subject of more research, experts have told the Guardian.

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