How much water should YOU drink? Head of Nutrition explains how to cope in summer

DRINKING more water will make you look and feel better. Why? Head of Nutrition for Healthspan Rob Hobson explains.
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The mother of an epileptic boy at the center of a debate over medical marijuana in the UK is calling for an urgent meeting with ministers to discuss liberalizing British policy
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HIGH blood pressure can increase your risk of early death from conditions such as stroke and heart disease. It can be raised by several substances in your diet, such as caffeine. Here ’s how to tell if this has had an effect.
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The prime minister has said NHS England will be tasked to draw up a “ten year plan” to make improvements to key services with the extra funding announced today by government.
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Thread Starter Deferring post grad Follow 28 minutes ago 28m ago Quote: Originally Posted by jamesmaywood So the University of Nottingham’s Graduate Entry Medicine course doesn’t accept deferred entry, but surely I can just apply a year later? ...
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DIABETES is a condition where the body can no longer control blood sugar levels. There are two main types: Diabetes type 1 which usually appears at birth and Diabetes type 2 which can appear in later life. If you ’re a sufferer, eating these berries could help you maintain your blood sugar levels.
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