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DIET DRINKS AND DIABETES
Two diet drinks a day could double the risk of diabetes
A Swedish study finds that just two sugary drinks a day can greatly increase your risk of diabetes.
HALT MEMORY LOSS
Exercise helps slow down the decline of memory
A new study suggests that a simple walking regimen can slow down memory decline in elderly people who have cognitive problems.
BOY NEARLY GOES BLIND
Experts issue warning on diet which can lead to blindness
A schoolboy was gradually losing his vision until a doctor found the cause - he was fussy about his food.
Hot flashes may be in your genes
This is why some women get hot flashes during menopause, while others don't.
Short strolls after meals are better for blood sugar than walks at other times
Research suggests that taking a 10-minute walk after meals is far more effective at reducing blood sugar levels than exercising at other times of the day.