'Eating 3 tablespoons of walnuts a day makes you HALF as likely to develop type 2 diabetes' says the Mail Online, reporting on a study part-funded by the California Walnut Commission
'Want a long life? Hang in there! Study claims our risk of death DROPS after 80 and plateaus when we reach 105 - but we still haven't reached our limit' reports the Mail Online.
‘Seeing the same doctor each time you need medical care might reduce your risk of death, research suggests,’ The Guardian reports.
'Knocking back as few as FOUR DRINKS on a night out puts young adults at risk of heart disease' reports the Mail Online
'Metal dental fillings leak mercury if they are exposed to a new powerful type of medical scan, scientists have found' BBC News
"Babies born just one month premature are more likely to develop attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in later life, new research suggests," reports the Mail Online.
"Elderly people should take probiotics to preserve their bones," claims the Mail Online, referring to a Swedish trial that gave supplements to a small group of women.
"Eating whatever you want between 10am and 6pm boosts weight loss after just 12 weeks," is the alluring headline from the Mail Online.
'Could your toothpaste give you type 2 diabetes?' is the unusual question from the Mail Online