The majority of British people have hearts that are physically ‘older’ than the rest of their body, according to a new study.
Around a fifth of people diagnosed with bowel cancer in A&E say they’ve had ‘red flag’ symptoms in the year leading up to diagnosis, a new study claims.
People who are genetically more predisposed to putting on weight are just as likely to benefit from weight-loss programmes as those who aren’t, according to new research.
People at risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) could be identified sooner thanks to the creation of a new genetic test.
‘Green exercise’ offers significant financial advantages to adults in England, a new study has revealed, delivering health benefits worth £2.2 billion a year.