'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
'People who suffer brain injuries are at increased risk of dementia later in life, a large study suggests' BBC News reports
'Just ONE bad night’s sleep ‘increases your chances of Alzheimer’s,’ experts fear' is the misleading claim in The Sun
"Women who jog while expecting are not more likely to have babies born prematurely or of a low birth weight, according to the largest study of its kind," reports the Mail Online.
"Type 2 diabetes drug could be used to treat nicotine withdrawal for people trying to quit smoking," reports the Mail Online.
"Research has shown eating broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and brussels sprouts to be particularly beneficial for the hearts of elderly women," The Guardian reports
"Eating pasta may help with weight loss," The Independent reports.
"Cutting out red meat significantly reduces people's risk of bowel cancer, study finds," is the somewhat misleading headline from the Mail Online.
'Pain-killer ibuprofen could ‘wipe out dementia,'’ is the deceptive headline from The Sun.