The easiest way to find Gerald's Health topics.
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- Allergies and anti-bacterials
- Allergies - composting with allergies
- A man's diet can affect fertility
- Alzheimer's - activity lowers risk
- Alzheimer's - avoiding
- Aromatherapy makes scents
- Arthritis pain - using spices
- Asthma - Language barrier can hurt elderly asthma patients
- Back packs - too heavy means back pain
- Batteries - a health risk to children
- Be Kind and you will be happy
- Berries might help preserve your memory
- Berries, tea may cut men's odds for Parkinson's
- Belly Fat and your heart
- Best bang for your buck
- Bladder infections - Cranberry Juice helps reduce infections in children
- Blood pressure - can soy help reduce?
- Bone health and exercise
- Blueberries and health
- Boost the body and the brain with strength training
- Brain changes may hamper decision-making in old age
- Brain falters near end of life, but games, puzzles might slow decline
- Breakfast (dangers of skipping breakfast)
- Buyer beware
- Caffeine curbs Parkinson's
- Calcium (too little?)
- Calcium supplements, not all that good for you
- Calories are the culprits
- Cancer carers
- Cancer fighting foods
- Cancer treatment and patient well-being
- Chemicals in cookware lift arthritis risk
- Chocolate lovers weigh less
- Cholesterol cures
- Cholesterol medicine (statins) makes me tired!
- Cocoa and blood pressure
- Cocoa helps brain function
- Coffee can help your heart
- Colon cancer clues - link to fatty diet
- Colonoscopy- a more relaxing alternative
- Common chemical risk 'phthalates'
- Could vitamin D stop kids' allergies?
- COX-2 raises risk of heart attack and stroke
- Cravings - do pictures of junk food cause them?
- Danger of daily diet drinks
- Danger of mobile devices
- Dark chocolate may lower risk of heart disease
- Dementia - Impact of mental decline on health
- Denial and weight gain
- Desk jockeys urged to take small steps to get exercise
- Destined for heart disease
- Develop a firm purpose in life
- DHA and omega-3 and ADHD
- Diabetes and depression
- Diabetics should lift weights before cardio
- Diabetes - walking prevents risk
- Doctor's visits (take a companion)
- Do teachers have healthy eating habits?
- Drink water with meals
- Eating - it's not just what you eat, it's when you eat
- Eat right to protect your vision
- Egg allergy
- Energy drinks eat away at teeth
- Exercise eases cigarette cravings
- Exercise for seniors
- Exercise helps sleep
- Exercising less than daily still works for diabetics
- Facts about fructose
- Fascinating Herbs
- Fighting disease with healthy habits
- Fit 50 year olds less likely to get chronic disease
- Food for thought?
- Foods' aromas help you lose weight?
- Fruit and vegetables tied to lower Diabetes risk
- Gastrointestinal woes
- Gout and food
- Gout and obesity
- Green Tea - Health benefits
- Gum disease treatment may help reduce diabetics avoid complications
- Heart disease - belly fat
- Heartburn - are drugs safe to use?
- Honey fixes a night-time cough
- Hovering Mums
- Improve your mood and improve your brain
- Inflammation and Heart Disease
- Interpreters in the Emergency Room
- Isn’t it obvious? As we get heavier, knee pain gets worse
- It's nice to be nice
- Laugh and live longer
- Lemons and health
- Lightheadedness linked to heart disease?
- Loneliness link to depression
- Lung health and Vitamin D
- Meals on wheels
- Medical journal publication bias concerns grow
- Medicine Mixups
- Medicine Mishaps - reading generic medicine
- Menopause (ease symptoms)
- Menopause diet and weight loss
- Memory (Multivitamins help prevent memory loss in men)
- Memory (ways of keeping your memory sharp)
- Memory decline in seniors (after hospitalisation)
- Memory lapse
- Mental challenge of surgery
- Men's leg may be new source of hair transplants
- Misuse of prescription medication - dangers
- Multivitamins & energy
- Obesity linked to poorer mental skills in seniors
- Omega-3 curb inflammation
- Omega-3 fatty acids
- Omega-3 may lower Alzheimer's
- Omega-3 toed to less cancer-related fatigue
- Optimism might cut your risk of heart attack
- Overeating with your dining companion (Are you?)
- Overeating - why when you are full?
- Pain drugs and heart attack
- Paracetamol - is the use in a child really safe?
- Paracetamol - is it safe?
- Paracetamol linked to hayfever in kids
- Paracetamol safety
- Pedometers and walking
- Portion size key to weightloss
- Pot belly boosts risk of cardiac death
- Prostate Cancer ( natural remedies)
- Psoriasis is helped by vigorous exercise
- Salt intake (affect on kid's weight)
- Seniors need their nutrients
- Secrets to a long life
- Seven life savers
- Shift work hurts health
- Sinus Infections (Anti-biotics)
- Sleep -lack of sleep ageing your brain
- Sleep for your heart
- Sleep- improves children's behaviour
- Sleep and violent TV
- Sleep - can too little kill me?
- Sleep - disruption may cause diabetes
- Sleepy or drunk? What is more dangerous on the road?
- Sleep and vaccines
- Smaller snack portions are just as satisfying
- Smoking and skin cancer
- Smoking - fruits and veggies help smokers quit
- Smoking - menthol cigarettes may pose higher risk
- Social Media - good or bad for kids?
- Sperm may feel the weight of extra pounds
- Spirituality and mental health
- Spice of life - easing arthritis pain
- Stress hurts the heart
- Sweaty Feet
- Sunlight and stroke risk
- Sunshine linked to lower rheumatoid arthritis risk
- Teeth - Healthier in the Stone Age
- Too much sitting can kill you
- Trans-fats - could they make you cranky?
- Troubling news for an ageing population
- Varicose Veins
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D (benefits for menstrual cramps)
- Vitamin D - can it improve mobility?
- Vitamin D - low levels equal weight gain
- Vitamin D reduces risk of stroke
- Vitamin D - Live longer
- Weight - does it affect testosterone levels in men?
- Weight loss cuts cancer risk
- Weight loss - eating habits
- Weight loss - use of soft music
- When hungry, where do you turn to?
- Women and work stress