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Fitness / 01.01.2019

[ad_1] Ever felt as if you are run by clockwork? That's because to some extent you are. A biological clock is ticking in every cell of your body. These clocks respond to signals from a patch of your brain which keeps them synchronised with each other, and with the time of day. It's called the suprachiasmatic nucleus.Containing 20,000 cells and no bigger than a grain of rice, it is the biological equivalent of the Greenwich Meridian; it's the reference point used by the billions of other cellular clocks in...

Fitness / 01.01.2019

[ad_1] Generous grandparents 'are fuelling the nation's obesity crisis by giving youngsters too many sweet treats, while parents do nothing because they want the free childcare'Youngsters looked after by grandparents are more likely to be obese, study saysGrandparents were found to be more 'lenient' and gave out sweets to be 'kind'Experts warn the rising trend of grandparents helping raise children is to blameBy Kate Foster and Kate Pickles For The Daily Mail Published: 19:37 EST, 31...

Fitness / 01.01.2019

[ad_1] 'Dry January' really does work because it focuses on positive ideas of good health rather than negative messages about drinking too much, a research project has found. It said that people who give up alcohol for the weeks after New Year are inspired by the benefits it brings them in fitness, better mental health and a succession of good nights' sleep - and not by grave warnings of the damage alcohol can do to them.Ministers and officials should learn from the success of Dry January and think again...