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New bandages 'to be inspired by human scabs'30 May 2013New wound dressings are being developed, taking inspiration from human scabs.
Stress and exhaustion 'can make us maintain healthier habits'28 May 2013A US study suggests that when we are run down, we are just as likely to turn to the gym as we are to fast food and film marathons.
15 mins of exercise per day 'could add 3 years onto life expectancy'9 May 2013A study revealed that doing just 15 minutes of exercise each day could add an extra three years onto people's life expectancies.
Exercise 'can help improve your professional life'9 May 2013Research shows that taking exercise each day could help to make you a more valuable employee, as well as a more healthy individual in general.
Brits blaming 'time pressures of work for their lack of exercise'9 May 2013A new study has shown that four in ten Brits are blaming their professional commitments for their lack of exercise.
Do happy couples put on more weight than unhappy ones?9 May 2013A new study by the Southern Methodist University in Dallas has looked into how marital satisfaction can affect weight gain.
Diabetics 'may be more at risk of coronary artery disease'8 May 2013Research shows that sufferers of diabetes may be more at risk of developing plaque build-up in their coronary arteries.
Youngsters with autism engage more with videogames, says study19 April 2013A researcher has discovered that children and teens with autism are more likely to become addicted to videogames and screen-based media.
Short-term hearing loss 'not as damaging as previously thought'17 April 2013New research has shown that short-lived hearing loss as a result of exposure to loud noises is in fact a natural function of the body and not long-term damage.
People 'cut back on exercise time to prepare food'17 April 2013An international study has revealed that adults who spend more time preparing a meal on a particular day are likely to cut back on exercise as a result.
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