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Heather was only 33 and had never smoked. How could she have lung cancer?
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It’s a little more complicated than a simple heat-and-burn process.
|Exercise helps fight cancer4|
There’s no doubt that exercise brings huge benefits to cancer sufferers.
|The family guide to colds & flu4|
Ever wondered why a cold that barely causes you to sniffle or sneeze can lay your toddler out for a week? Or why teens seem to catch more sniffles than you do and the elderly take longer to recover?
|How to check for asthma4|
Do a wheeze check
|Test to help prevent stroke4|
Up to 80% of all strokes are caused by blood clots, and heart rhythm troubles trigger as many as one in four of these. This simple test can help prevent a stroke
|Homemade mouthwash recipes4|
For fighting bacteria and removing food particles caught in your teeth, this inexpensive recipe is about as effective a mouthwash as you can get. It uses the standard 3 per cent hydrogen peroxide sold in pharmacies. Hydrogen peroxide, however, may irritate sensitive teeth or delicate tissues in the mouth, so this rinse should not be used any more than 3 times a week. In a cup, mix 30 ml hydrogen peroxide solution with 30 ml water. Swish the mixture in your mouth for 30 seconds, then spit it out - don't swallow it.
|Be bone-wise - know the osteoporosis risk factors4|
Knowing the risk factors helps foil osteporosis
|Quick study: Polio4|
We are tantalisingly close to wiping this devastating virus off the planet
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