Vitamin D supplements can cut risk of dying from cancer, scientists find

June 06, 2019
The Telegraph & Zanolife

Britain's Telegraph newspaper reports vitamin D could cut the risk of dying from cancer, according to research which suggests sunshine and supplements could save lives.

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Lack of sleep could damage DNA and affect repair ability, possibly raising cancer risk, University of Hong Kong study finds

May 29, 2019
SCMP & Zanolife

Research conducted on doctors who worked long, overnight shifts, and results may apply to those in other jobs with similar working patterns

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Video game addiction could soon be recognised as official disease by WHO

May 24, 2019
The Telegraph & Zanolife

Video game addiction could soon become an official disease as the World Health Organisation is set to put the issue to a vote next week.

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Calls for bowel cancer screening to be introduced earlier amid rise in cases in under 50s

May 22, 2019
The Telegraph & Zanolife

Medics are calling for bowel cancer screening to be introduced at the age of 45 after a sharp rise in younger people being diagnosed with the disease.

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Experts warn of fatty liver disease 'epidemic' in young people

May 20, 2019
The Guardian & Zanolife

Study finds substantial numbers of young people at risk of liver cancer, diabetes and heart attacks

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Americans sitting more than ever, study finds

April 25, 2019
The Guardian & Zanolife

sittings? more than ever?

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Vehicle pollution 'results in 4m child asthma cases a year'

April 15, 2019
The Guardian & Zanolife

Equivalent of 11,000 new cases a day occur worldwide due to toxic air from traffic, researchers say.

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April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month in the UK!

April 03, 2019
Bowel Cancer UK (www.bowelcanceruk.org.uk), The Telegraph (www.telegraph.co.uk) Mayo Medical Laboratories & Zanolife

Publicized by a number of British NGOs including Bowel Cancer UK, April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. Around 41,000 people are diagnosed in the UK each year, making it the fourth-most common cancer after breast, prostate and lung in the UK, while globally, it's the third most prevalent form of the disease.

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