Student is suing GlaxoSmithKline claiming wrong medicine dosage caused ‘her skin to burn off’

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    Exercise classes offering 45 minute naps launch

    David Lloyd Gyms have launched a new health and fitness class which is essentially a bunch of people taking a nap for 45 minutes. The fitness group was spurred to launch the ‘napercise’ class after research revealed 86 per cent of parents said they were fatigued. The class is therefore predominantly aimed at parents but you actually do not have to have children to take part

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    ‘Fundamental right to health’ to be axed after Brexit, lawyers warn

    Tobacco and alcohol companies could win more easily in court cases such as the recent battle over plain cigarette packaging if the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights is abandoned, a barrister and public health professor have said.


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    ‘Thousands dying’ due to fear over non-existent statin side-effects

    A major new study into the side effects of the cholesterol-lowering medicine suggests common symptoms such as muscle pain and weakness are not caused by the drugs themselves

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    Babies born to fathers aged under 25 have higher risk of autism

    New research has found that babies born to fathers under the age of 25 or over 51 are at higher risk of developing autism and other social disorders. The study, conducted by the Seaver Autism Center for Research and Treatment at Mount Sinai, found that these children are actually more advanced than their peers as infants, but then fall behind by the time they hit their teenage years.

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    Cycling to work ‘could halve risk of cancer and heart disease’

    Commuters who swap their car or bus pass for a bike could cut their risk of developing heart disease and cancer by almost half, new research suggests – but campaigners have warned there is still an “urgent need” to improve road conditions for cyclists.

    Cycling to work is linked to a lower risk of developing cancer by 45 per cent and cardiovascular disease by 46 per cent, according to a study of a quarter of a million people.

    Walking to work also brought health benefits, the University of Glasgow researchers found, but not to the same degree as cycling.

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