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Fitness / 04.01.2019

[ad_1] If you've gained some extra weight over Christmas, it might be your New Year's resolution to slim down this year. However, if fat has settled around your middle, you might find yourself struggling to shift it.  As well as making your clothing feel more uncomfortable, belly fat can be bad for your health, as stomach fat is linked with cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer.To help get you back on track, The Healthy Mummy founder Rhian Allen has shared with FEMAIL her top nine foods to ditch that will see you...

Fitness / 04.01.2019

[ad_1] Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men in the UK. The disease usually develops slowly, so it can take years for symptoms to develop. Symptoms usually appear when the prostate is large enough to put pressure on the urethra. When pressure is placed on the urethra, it can cause changes in urinary habits and bladder control, which are usually the first sign of the disease. “You’ll usually only get early symptoms if the cancer grows near the tube you urinate through (the urethra) and presses...

Fitness / 04.01.2019

[ad_1] Sugar-laden drinks, fruit juices, beer and even tea can increase your risk of kidney disease, a study has found.Fizzy and sweetened fruit drinks are the main culprit. Researchers say people who regularly drink them face a 61 per cent higher risk.However, their findings also showed that beer and even tea were also associated with greater odds of kidney disease. Sugar-laden drinks, fruit juices, beer and even tea can increase your risk of kidney disease, a study has foundScientists did not explain...