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Coco Lee’s Canadian billionaire husband breaks his silence following her suicide

Hong Kong-American singer Coco Lee’s Canadian billionaire husband has spoken publicly for the first time since her death on Wednesday. Lee, 48, who had battled depression and was recovering from major surgery, died at Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong, where she had been living. Bruce Rockowitz, who is in his 60s and based in

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Mediterranean diet shown to be good for health and also the weekly budget

We’ve heard it time and time again – the Mediterranean diet is great for our health. But despite the significant health benefits of this eating plan, a common deterrent is often the expected costs, especially when budgets are tight. Image Credit: University of South Australia Now, new research from the University of South Australia shows

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Artificial sweeteners have no weight-loss benefit, may raise health risks

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain The World Health Organization has come out against the use of non-sugar sweeteners (NSS) as a means to control weight or limit non-communicable sickness. “The recommendation is based on the findings of a systematic review of the available evidence which suggests that the use of NSS does not confer any long-term

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The secret to why exercise is so good for mental health? ‘Hope molecules’ | Devi Sridar

Exercise, in whatever form, and for however long, it just makes life feel better. I feel it myself after a walk up Arthur’s Seat here in Edinburgh, a jog around the Meadows, or a sweaty hot yoga session in Leith. The physical benefits of movement such as lowered blood pressure, reduced risk of diabetes and

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What are the top 10 public health challenges in 2023?

A recent study published in the journal Public Health Challenges discussed the top public health challenges in 2023. Global public health challenges in 2022 include the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), health financing, human resources for health, mental health, climate change, poverty, reproductive health, infodemic, and humanitarian crisis. Moreover, global health challenges will continue to emerge

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Brits struggle to make healthy food and drink choices due to cost-of-living crises, survey reveals

MORE than half of Brits believe the increased cost of living has made it harder for them to make healthy food and drink choices. A poll of 2,000 adults found more than a fifth (23 per cent) weigh more now compared to a year ago, while 58 per cent of these believe the financial crisis

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