The Kentish Towner paper has very kindly run an article featuring some advice from me.
There's a lot of discussion about whether homeopathy should be available from the NHS. The critics say it doesn't do anything beyond placebo. Supporters of homeopathy say that there is a beneficial effect above and beyond placebo. They can't both be right, so what's going on?
A large survey of 740,000 tweets collected since 2008 suggests that people who tweet about being in a low mood are at increased risk of back pain in the next couple of days.
A study published in the journal Cell strongly indicates that different people respond very differently to the same foods — meaning that what's healthy for one person to eat might be unhealthy for someone else. Perhaps this isn't overly surprising. However there are two things we can learn from this.
High impact interval training has become increasingly popular, supposedly delivers impressive benefits in a conveniently short time. Do antioxidant supplements interfere with these benefits?
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