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Commuters who swap their car or bus pass for a bike could cut their risk of developing heart disease and cancer by almost half, new research suggests – but campaigners have warned there is still an “urgent need” to improve road conditions for cyclists.Cycling to work is linked to a lower risk of developing cancer by 45 per cent and cardiovascular disease by 46 per cent, according to a study of a quarter of a million people.The number of people dying in hospital as a result of malnutrition has hit its highest level for a decade, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show.Death certificates from England and Wales show that malnutrition was listed as the primary cause in a total of 66 deaths in 2016.

Demand for nurses was 19 per cent higher between July and September 2017 than the same period two years ago.The study of 3.5 million Britons found that even “metabolically healthy” obese people are still at a higher risk of heart disease or a stroke than those with a normal weight range When you feel particularly exhausted, it can definitely feel like you are also lacking in brain capacity.Now, a new study has suggested this could be because chronic sleep deprivation can actually cause the brain to eat itself David Lloyd Gyms have launched a new health and fitness class which is essentially a bunch of people taking a nap for 45 minutes.Human trials have begun with a new cancer therapy that can prime the immune system to eradicate tumours.The treatment, that works similarly to a vaccine, is a combination of two existing drugs, of which tiny amounts are injected into the solid bulk of a tumour.

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