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Fitness / 14.01.2019

[ad_1] It may be a new year, but it seems the same old arguments are still raging about carbs.‘Blow to low-carb diets’, ran some headlines last week, in the wake of a World Health Organisation-backed study that found people who eat the most wholegrain bread, grains and pulses – foods rich in fibre, and also carbohydrate – have the lowest risk of heart disease, stroke and bowel cancer.The study’s author, Professor Jim Mann of the University of Otago in New Zealand, also hit out at ‘fashionable’ low-carb diets,...

Fitness / 14.01.2019

[ad_1] ASK DR ELLIE: Will a torn quad stop me playing tennis again?By Dr Ellie Cannon for The Mail on Sunday Published: 17:34 EST, 12 January 2019 | Updated: 17:44 EST, 12 January 2019 Ten weeks ago, while playing tennis, I injured my thigh, specifically the quad muscle. An ultrasound suggested I’d ruptured a tendon and I now have a visible bulge on the front of my thigh. I’m not generally in pain,...

Fitness / 14.01.2019

[ad_1] HEALTH NOTES: Luna's the top dog for school's autistic childrenBy The Mail on Sunday Reporter Published: 17:50 EST, 12 January 2019 | Updated: 17:54 EST, 12 January 2019 A dog is soon to be an unlikely new classmate for pupils at a primary school.One-year-old Luna will be supporting children with autism, which affects social interactions, at Redriff Primary School City of London Academy in South-East London.Luna, a golden retriever poodle cross, will...