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Can eating cherries banish your jelly belly?

Studies reveal that cherries are unusually rich in health-promoting compounds which can trim our tummies, help to prevent heart disease, make exercise easier and even improve our sleep

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Could the gut be key to treating heart disease?

Scientists have discovered the key to treating heart disease could lie in the gut. They found targeting microbes in the intestines could block heart disease which is triggered by a diet rich in high-dairy, red meat and eggs

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The best ways to beat travel sickness on land, water and air

Millions suffer with travel sickness every day as signals from the brain and body get confused during times of motion. From drinking ginger ale to where to sit on planes - here's how to beat it.

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Why having too much 'good' cholesterol can actually be BAD for you

Concern: High HDL is not just associated with damaging the heart; a 2012 study in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, found high HDL levels were harmful to kidney dialysis patients

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Revealed... why eating red meat can cause bowel cancer

The pigment that gives a steak or mince its distinctive red colour, haem, may be the reason red meat is linked to higher chances of bowel cancer, scientists have revealed. It is found in much higher quantities in red meat than in white meat

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Disturbed sleep is 'tied to higher risk of stroke and dementia'

They found that repeatedly waking up in the night was associated with damage to blood vessels and brain tissue. For every two arousals during one hour of sleep, researchers reported a 30 per cent increase in the odds that the subjects had visible signs of oxygen deprivation in their brain

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We banished pain of IBS for good! Three sufferers reveal what worked

Alastair Banks, 36, suffered years of pain before he tried a diet that cut out certain sugars

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Mother-of-two, 32, dies days after stomach cancer diganosis

Crystal Chambers, pictured here with her son, seven, and daughter, two, died weeks after her diagnosis

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Air pollution 'triggers heart attacks even in areas where deemed safe'

A study by cardiologists at the University Hospital Brussels found exposure to pollutants can push up the risk of heart attacks by up to five per cent, and that problems can occur at levels well below those stipulated by current European Union air-quality directives