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Fitness / 24.01.2019

[ad_1] Pregnant women should NOT do shift work: Study links odd working hours to lower birth weight for her babyOne in five Americans works in shifts, rather than standard daytime hours These schedules disrupt Circadian rhythms and results in poor sleep Poor sleep, in turn, disrupts a woman's metabolism and may alter the nutrition she passes to her baby  University of Adelaide study suggests this may cause her baby to be smaller, which would make it more vulnerable to...

Fitness / 24.01.2019

[ad_1] Social media has become a 'breeding ground for spreading myths about vaccines and is putting millions of children's lives at risk'Sites like Facebook have become a 'breeding ground for misleading information' The warning comes from a report issued by the Royal Society for Public Health Half of parents with under-twos said they saw anti-vax messages on social media By Kate Pickles Health Reporter For The Daily Mail Published: 19:01 EST, 23 January 2019 | ...

Fitness / 24.01.2019

[ad_1] Drug firms to be paid MILLIONS to develop new antibiotics that will rarely be used as doctors are told to cut prescriptions for the drugs by 15% in the war on superbugsDoctors are being ordered to cut antibiotic use by 15 per cent in five years Health officials will monitor how often GPs prescribe antibiotics to stop the riseDrug firms will be paid to develop rarely used antibiotics to tackle superbugs By Kate Pickles Health Reporter For The...