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Cell by Cell

Cell by Cell

Personalised medicine is giving hope to people with melanoma.

Are You a Mosquito Magnet?

Are You a Mosquito Magnet?

Genes, exercising and even beer drinking could all be to blame.

How to Survive Allergy Season

How to Survive Allergy Season

Hayfever is nothing to be sneezed at.

10 Tips to Stave Off Osteoporosis

10 Tips to Stave Off Osteoporosis

From getting active to dietary advice.

Shingles, Nasty and Dangerous

Shingles, Nasty and Dangerous

One in three adults over 50 will develop this painful condition.

Caring for Someone With Dementia

Caring for Someone With Dementia

Remember that your loved one is not deliberately being difficult, and try not to take it personally.

The Power of Gratitude

The Power of Gratitude

How saying ‘thank you’ can have positive effects on your health and the well-being of others.

Crisis of Conscience

Crisis of Conscience

Excessive feelings of guilt can eat away at emotional stability and undermine health. Here, some tips to help free your mind.

How to Cope With Female Hair Loss

How to Cope With Female Hair Loss

Hair loss can be frustrating, but recent years have seen an increase in resources for coping with the problem.
How to Choose Optimism

How to Choose Optimism

8 ways you can make your life more beautiful.

Fighting Lung Cancer

Fighting Lung Cancer

Earlier detection and new treatments bring hope to thousands.

Eight Ways to Get Fitter After Cancer Treatment

Eight Ways to Get Fitter After Cancer Treatment

Tips for exercising after cancer therapy.

How to Survive Anything

How to Survive Anything

Stay calm. Gather your wits. We’re going to get through this together. Here, our experts’ guide to navigating life’s scariest perils and everyday frustrations.

What is Double Diabetes?

What is Double Diabetes?

The term double diabetes was first used in 1991 to describe people living with type 1 diabetes who developed insulin resistance.

The Healer

The Healer

With his pioneering surgery Dr Pierre Foldès is giving thousands of victims of female genital mutilation a new life.

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