"Can't sleep? Insomnia means you're at risk of heart attack and stroke," reports The Sun of a study looking at nearly 500,000 people in China.
Heart patients who are lonely have an increased risk of dying within a year of leaving hospital, new research from Denmark has found.
"One jog a week is all you need to cut the risk of early death," Sky News reports.
'Study links taking Tylenol in pregnancy to two-fold higher risks of having children with ADHD and autism - but experts say the household painkiller is an unlikely cause' Mail Online reports
"Peanut-allergy therapy 'protection not a cure'," reports BBC News on a study looking at cell behaviour before and after treatment.
"Risks of cannabis use for mental health treatment outweigh benefits", The Guardian reports
"Blood pressure pills 'work better at bedtime'," reports BBC News.
"Number of children with anorexia on the rise, study suggests," reports the Guardian.
"Ex-pro footballers three times more likely to get dementia from heading balls" reports The Sun
"Benefits of statins 'are marginal at best' for otherwise healthy people," reports the Mail Online.
"Cortisone injections for hip and knee pain are more dangerous than was thought,” reports The Telegraph. This follows a study looking into the effects of steroid injections (also called corticosteroid injections) in the hip and knee.
"Common drug could prevent thousands of injury deaths," reports the Guardian on a study looking at head injury treatment in 29 countries.
"Smoking just a few cigarettes a day can damage your lungs a study has found," Mail Online reports.
"Dogs could be a heart's best friend," reports The Times, after 2 studies showed people who own dogs seem to live longer than those who do not own one.
'E-cigarette smoke could cause lung cancer - despite being tobacco free' reports the Sun
"Getting less than six hours of sleep could double – or even triple – your risk of dying from heart disease or cancer, especially if you have chronic diseases," reports the Mail Online.
"Breastfed babies may face more than double the risk of developing food allergies," the Mail Online reports.
‘New research that claims red and processed meat is probably not harmful to our health has caused controversy among experts who maintain people should cut down’ The Guardian reports
"Men who struggle with infertility are at much greater risk of prostate cancer," reports the Sun. In a new study, Swedish researchers used their databases to investigate what happened to almost all men who fathered a child over 20 years from 1994 to December 2014. They found men whose babies were born after fertility treatment were more likely to have been diagnosed with prostate cancer in the years since, and more likely to have had prostate cancer at a young age (under 55).
"Planned caesarean delivery can be the safest option for women who have had a caesarean in the past," BBC News reports.
'Summer-born children ‘more likely to be diagnosed with depression’ than older pupils' The Independent reports
'Alzheimer's breakthrough as pioneering head device 'can REVERSE memory loss' using electromagnetic waves' reports the Mail Online.
"Toxic air pollution particles are found in pregnant women's PLACENTAS for the first time," reports the Mail Online.
'It’s thought of as one of the safest painkillers to take during pregnancy, but a new study has warned of the dangers of taking paracetamol when pregnant' the Daily Mirror reports