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We're advised to eat less meat for the environment – here's how it might do your health good, too.
The over-70s, people with asthma and pregnant women are just some of those considered "at increased risk".
We asked the experts to explain what giving up alcohol does to your mind and body.
Loneliness should be regarded as a “legitimate health risk" in people who have a serious illness, according to a new study.
Chest pain or discomfort, whether severe and sudden or mild and slow, "should not be ignored".
A lack of vitamins could be to blame – but researchers cautioned that further investigation was needed.
Add broccoli, tea, apples, oranges and blueberries to your next shop.
Almost 70,000 deaths could've been prevented in 2016 if people moved more, according to new research.
What those numbers mean and what you can do about them.
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People with type 1 and type 2 diabetes are dying from preventable complications, figures suggest.