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Fitness / 07.01.2019

[ad_1] The family of a cancer-stricken schoolgirl have sparked up a lifelong friendship with the 'guardian angel' who saved her life.  Skylah Ballentine-Brain, now eight, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia at just one-year-old when her immune system became too weak to fight off colds, leaving her with recurrent pneumonia.After undergoing intensive chemotherapy in South Africa - where the family lived at the time - the youngster was given the all-clear in February 2012, only for the aggressive cancer to return that October.Doctors warned there was little more they...

Fitness / 07.01.2019

[ad_1] Maybe you’ve decided to learn French or get a new job. Or how about losing half a stone? The tradition of making New Year resolutions goes back to Roman times, and many of us will have started 2019 by making one: wanting to get healthier, slimmer or fitter.Sometimes those resolutions stick. Sometimes they don’t. So what can you do to keep yours going? Well, the first thing is to ditch a number of commonly held beliefs. These include: ‘Don’t bother with a New Year resolution because you...

Fitness / 07.01.2019

[ad_1] Thousands of NHS prostate cancer patients could soon benefit from an experimental form of radiotherapy that blasts tumours with pinpoint precision.By avoiding ‘collateral damage’ to surrounding healthy tissues, the hope is that the high-tech proton-beam therapy will save scores of men from nerve and blood vessel damage that leads to erectile dysfunction and incontinence – two of the most feared complications for those suffering the disease.The surgical removal of the prostate – the walnut-size gland that sits below the bladder in men – is still the gold standard...