Regular exercise and healthy diet can help you stay sharp

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ZURICH (Reuters) - Novartis reported better than expected first-quarter profits on Tuesday with Chief Executive Joe Jimenez saying he remained confident that the Swiss drugmaker would return to growth
(Reuters) - Health insurer Centene Corp reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit, helped by its Health Net acquisition and growth in its Obamacare individual business.
(Reuters) - Biogen Inc reported quarterly revenue and profit that beat analysts' estimates, boosted by strong sales of recently launched spinal muscular atrophy drug Spinraza.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan faces a more complicated task this year in seeking to attend a U.N. health agency meeting than it has in the past, a senior official said on Tuesday, as the self-ruled island
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - An outbreak of H5N8 bird flu has been detected at a hen farm near the town of Nykoping in eastern Sweden, the country's board of agriculture said on Tuesday.
Researchers have analysed government statistics to identify the average breast size for each decade and put changes down to better diet and fitness, as well as cosmetic surgery.
This placebo effect influences brain regions associated with emotions and releases dopamine – known as the 'feel-good' hormone, researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder claim.
Using 3D printing and Hollywood-style effects, the device mimics an adolescent with excessive brain fluid, according to the researchers at John Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore.
This placebo effect influences brain regions associated with emotions and releases dopamine – known as the 'feel-good' hormone, researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder claim.
FRANKFURT/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Germany is opposing key elements of a European Union proposal to overhaul how vehicles are licensed and tested to prevent a repeat of the Volkswagen emission cheating sc
Researchers have analysed government statistics to identify the average breast size for each decade and put changes down to better diet and fitness, as well as cosmetic surgery.
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Lucy Fassett, 48, from East Dulwich, London, has undergone chemotherapy and radical surgery on her stage three colon cancer - but nothing has worked. Doctors say it's incurable, but Ms Fassett is po
OSLO/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Oslo, London and Amsterdam are leading a shift by major cities to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from transport, helped by new technologies that will help to curb climat
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the vaccine would have the potential to save tens of thousands of lives. Ghana, Kenya and Malawi will trial the vaccine next year.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China aims for non-fossil fuels to account for about 20 percent of total energy consumption by 2030, increasing to more than half of demand by 2050, its state planner said on Tuesd
OSLO/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Oslo, London and Amsterdam are leading a shift by major cities to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from transport, helped by new technologies that will curb climate change
Experts based at the University of Canberra in Australia found taking part in a 45-minute session at least once a week helped to improve thinking, attention and memory skills.
A new report calls on Canada to recognize obesity as a chronic disease, like diabetes or cancer, and improve public coverage for anti-obesity drugs and weight-loss surgery
BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China is targeting 35 million vehicle sales by 2025 and wants new energy vehicles (NEVs) to make up at least one-fifth of that total, the industry ministry said on Tuesday
Jennie Agg was days away from her first official scan when she had a miscarriage. One in five pregnancies end in miscarriage, when the baby dies before 23 weeks.
TORONTO - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his younger brother, Michel, was able to avoid a criminal record after he was caught with marijuana because of his father's connections. Trudeau revealed
‘We can confirm that he indeed uses that treatment,’ said the PM's press secretary. She did why he does so, who provides it, or whether it has been helpful
GPs have a duty to inform the authorities if a patient is driving against advice but should tell patients if they are planning to. In 2012, Peter Cole, 87, hit Ambrose Skingle, 86, in Theydon Bois,
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BEIJING (Reuters) - Efforts to tackle water pollution in China remain uneven with some areas worsening in 2016, while heavy metals and other pollutants continued to accumulate in Chinese soil, the Min
Dr Aric Signman warned staring at gadgets could lead to a lifelong addiction. Babies and toddlers are most at risk and damage could last into their 20s.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - A strong earthquake of magnitude 6.9 struck off the west coast of Chile on Monday, rocking the capital Santiago and briefly causing alarm along the Pacific Coast but sparing the q
Until now, official data suggested 91 people a day are being killed by prescription painkillers as America grapples to control a widespread addiction crisis.
A low-carb meal can mean that a patient's blood sugar only rises by six per cent. Brian Parsons, from Skipton, North Yorkshire, had a low blood sugar reading after he went on the diet.
GP and menopause expert Louise Newson recommends Silentnight pillows to help women sleep. Menopausal symptoms can include night sweats, hot flushes and itchy skin.

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