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Experts slam WHO for causing unnecessary panic over aspartame with cancer fears

Keep calm and keep drinking Diet Coke experts have urged Brits in the wake of a bombshell leak linking a commonly used sweetener to cancer. Aspartame, a sugar alternative used in diet drinks, juices and lighter versions of chewing gum, yogurt and jelly, is set to be listed as ‘possibly carcinogenic to humans’ by the […]

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WHO and Global Citizen sign partnership to promote health, fight inequity and address health-related risks of climate change

WHO and international advocacy organization Global Citizen today signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on joint global advocacy initiatives aimed at promoting and protecting health for all people over the next three years. The main objectives of the collaboration will be to support global efforts to overcome the inequities that millions of people face

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NEWS: EFL and Utilita renew partnership after inspiring thousands of school children to enjoy football – News

The EFL and Utilita are pleased to announce a four-year partnership extension which will see the energy supplier continue as long-term title sponsor of the Kids and Girls Cup. Utilita’s initial four-year sponsorship has seen more than 60,000 schoolchildren participate in competitive football across the nation – all with the opportunity to set foot

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the influence of vitamin K on the diet-microbiome-health axis

In a recent narrative review published in the Nutrients Journal, researchers explored how Vitamin K dietary supplementation could promote healthy aging. Study: Vitamin K and Hallmarks of Aging: Focus on Diet and Gut Microbiome. Image Credit: ratmaner/Shutterstock.com background Dietary vitamin K is a diet-microbiome-health axis modulator; thus, researchers are pursuing evidence of how it impacts

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Drew Barrymore Expands on Her ‘Difficult’ Relationship with Her Mother: ‘I Have Been Vulnerable’

“I have… tried to figure out a very difficult, painful relationship while admitting it is difficult to do while a parent is alive,” said Drew Barrymore Drew Barrymore is speaking out further on her relationship with her mother. On Monday, Barrymore, 48, shared a video to Instagram she captioned “TO ALL YOU TABLOIDS,” accusing some

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Low carb vs low fat diets? What’s better in middle age?

Share on PinterestExperts recommend diets of lean meats and vegetables in older adults. Mental Art + Design/Stocksy Researchers report that a healthy low-fat diet can lower the risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and early death in middle-aged and older adults. They say a healthy low-carbohydrate diet can slightly lower the risk of early mortality in

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How does waiting on prostate cancer treatment affect survival?

An important clinical trial shows that many patients can delay it safely for years. Prostate cancer progresses slowly, but for how long is it possible to put off treatment? Most newly diagnosed men have low-risk or favorable types of intermediate-risk prostate cancer that doctors can watch and treat only if the disease is found to

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