'Exercising regularly 'can keep heart and arteries young'' BBC News reports
'Cannabis oil could treat epilepsy' the Mail Online reports
'A common cause of female infertility - polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) - may be due to a hormonal imbalance before birth, researchers have found' BBC News reports
"'Surprising' study suggests exercise may make dementia worse," reports The Telegraph.
'Disruption to the body's internal clock may put people at increased risk of mood disorders, scientists say' BBC News reports
"Men with physical jobs have an 18% higher risk of early death than those with inactive work," reports the Daily Mirror.
'Alcohol and tobacco are by far the biggest threat to human health around the world, while illegal drug harms “don’t even come close”' The Independent reports
"More than 1.5 million heart flutter patients should be on blood-thinning drugs to prevent stroke, study says," reports The Telegraph.
"Just 4 hours of vigorous exercise each week can boost a woman's chances of getting pregnant," reports the Mail Online.
"HPV vaccine for schoolgirls gets full marks," reports ITV News.
'Folic-acid supplements slash high blood pressure sufferers' risk of suffering a stroke by almost 75 per cent, new research suggests' the Mail Online reports
"Women who eat too much junk food are twice as likely to be infertile," is the deeply misleading headline from the Mail Online.
'A daily sauna could cut your risk of stroke by as much as 61%' the Mail Online reports
"Bath oils used to help treat eczema in children offer no meaningful benefit as part of their care, a trial has found," reports BBC News.
'Eating oily fish could delay menopause by three years' The Independent reports
"People who stick to five healthy habits in adulthood can add more than a decade to their lives," reports The Guardian.
'Garlic can slash the risk of cancer, heart disease and type 2 diabetes' the Mail Online reports
'Dark chocolate improves your eye sight: Bars with more than 72% cacao increase blood flow that sharpens your ability to read words and numbers' the Mail Online reports
"Social media blamed for spread of cancer myths," is the headline in The Times. This was based on new research into what people in the UK believe about the causes of cancer.
'Some antidepressants and bladder medicines could be linked to dementia' BBC News reports
'Exercising and keeping active can slash the risk of depression by a third, research claims' The Sun reports
'Nearly 90% of women at risk of breast cancer shun preventative drugs' The Independent reports
"Men with low levels of testosterone are more likely to get a chronic illness," says the Mail Online, reporting on a US health survey.
The Mail Online reports that “junk food loving bacteria” in your gut rather than excess weight could be linked with osteoarthritis
"Keeping donated livers 'alive' with a machine prior to transplants boosts the chances of a successful operation, a landmark trial has found," reports BBC News.