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Can you spot the early signs of bowel cancer?

OHMYGOSSIP – Bowel cancer is one of the most common types of cancer diagnosed in the United Kingdom, with around 40,000 new cases detected every year. Early diagnosis and treatment is essential for helping people survive the cancer – and

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Hospital Clinic of Barcelona and Loma Linda University: Regularly snacking on walnuts cuts artery-clogging cholesterol

OHMYGOSSIP – Humble walnut may keep health issues at bay. At a conference in San Diego, California, researchers from the Hospital Clinic of Barcelona and Loma Linda University presented the results of their study into the effects of walnut consumption.

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Think you’re allergic to running? You actually could be!

OHMYGOSSIP — Pounding the muddy fields during school cross country races, PE teachers are sure to have heard the excuse, “I’m allergic to running,” more than once. Now a new study has revealed that it could actually be a real

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Loneliness increases risk of heart attack and stroke

OHMYGOSSIP – Lonely people are a third more likely to suffer an increased risk of a heart attack or stroke, according to new research. British scientists from the universities of York, Liverpool and Newcastle examined data from over 181,000 people

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Tel Aviv University: Whey protein for breakfast aids weight loss

OHMYGOSSIP – Breakfast has always been seen as the most important meal of the day, and while this could be true, it can depend on what you choose to consume first thing in the morning. A new survey has found

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4 TIPS how to lose weight without cutting out food!

OHMYGOSSIP – Losing weight doesn’t have to be time-consuming and difficult, as Dr Brian Wansink has revealed to British newspaper The Daily Mail. Here are some of his top tips on how to shed the pounds without the effort, which

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Good to know! Energy zapping foods

OHMYGOSSIP – Ever suffer from that mid-morning or mid-afternoon (or both!) slump? Well it might not have anything to do with your sleep the night before, and everything to do with the food you recently ate. Nutritionist Zoe Bingley-Pullin has

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Why you should try Pitaya (commonly known as dragonfruit) + VIDEOS

OHMYGOSSIP – Based on its strange appearance you’ve probably passed up dragonfruit at the grocery store. But despite its intimidating name and shape, this superfood has many delicious and nutritious benefits. What is dragonfruit? Dragonfruit, sometimes called pitaya, flourishes in

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