'Britain and the US are the only two western nations where life expectancy is falling' the Mail Online reports
'Babies and young children in prams can be exposed to up to 60% more pollution than adults, a study suggests' BBC News reports
'E-cigarettes are MORE harmful than first feared, experts warn' reports The Sun.
'Wearing looser underpants could be a simple way for men to improve their sperm count and the hormones that control it, a US study suggests' BBC News reports
'Ritalin-type drugs best to treat ADHD in children, shows study' The Guardian reports
'Female heart attack patients treated by male doctors have a worse chance of survival than those treated by female doctors, a study suggests' The Guardian reports
'People who abstain from alcohol in middle age may be at heightened risk of dementia later in life, research has found' The Guardian reports
High-fibre diet ‘can cut stress-related disorders like anxiety and depression' The Sun reports
'Young women are lacking vital nutrients such as potassium and copper because of trendy diets' reports the Mail Online
"Middle-aged people who feel dizzy when standing up from a lying-down position may be at a higher risk of dementia or a stroke in the future," reports BBC News, after researchers followed a large group of people in the US for up to 25 years.
"A simple eye test carried out by opticians could help predict who is at risk of developing dementia," BBC News reports.
"Rising temperatures linked to increased suicide rates," cautions The Guardian, reporting on a study that appeared to show an increase in suicide during hotter weather in the US and Mexico.
'Using e-cigarettes or nicotine patches during pregnancy could increase the risk of cot death in newborns, an early study has found' Sky News reports
"It's oil a myth," states The Sun, while the Daily Telegraph encourages people to "buy more vegetables instead of omega-3 supplements to improve heart health".
"Fat consumption is the only cause of weight gain!" declares the Mail Online, reporting on a study where mice were exposed to different diets and monitored for weight gain and increased energy intake.
'Scientists claim there is 'no convincing evidence' so-called sunshine supplements protect people from memory loss' the Mail Online reports
'Emerging sex disease MG 'could become next superbug' reports BBC News about a sexually transmitted bacterial infection (STI) called mycoplasma genitalium (MG), which is becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics
'Feeding your baby solids early may help them sleep' is the headline in The Guardian that may catch the eye of many a sleep-deprived new parent
'Mums with five healthy habits are less likely to have obese children' the Mail Online reports
"Sleep apnoea may contribute to dementia by starving the brain of oxygen at night, suggests study," is the headline from The Independent.
"New blood-thinning drugs [anticoagulants] 'could be far safer than the commonly-prescribed warfarin'," reports the Mail Online.
"Hundreds of women will be spared from cervical cancer every year when a new test replaces conventional screening," reports the Mail Online.
"Have another cup of coffee! Six cups a day could decrease your risk of early death by up to 16%," reports the Mail Online.