'Weekend lie-ins could help you avoid an early death, study says' The Guardian reports
'Exercising regularly 'can keep heart and arteries young'' BBC News reports
"Men with physical jobs have an 18% higher risk of early death than those with inactive work," reports the Daily Mirror.
"People who stick to five healthy habits in adulthood can add more than a decade to their lives," reports The Guardian.
"Men with low levels of testosterone are more likely to get a chronic illness," says the Mail Online, reporting on a US health survey.
"Just one alcoholic drink a day could shorten your life," reports BBC News.
'A study of 500,000 people over six years found those who stay up late had a 10% greater risk of premature death than early risers' Sky News reports
'Social media DOESN'T make people isolated and depressed' the Mail Online reports
“Pottering around the garden or walking the dog is enough to help older men live longer,” reports The Daily Telegraph.