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Health

Is sleeping naked better for your health?

Dr Sarah Brewer tells why some people should ditch the PJs.

Diseases

Orthopaedic surgeon tells how to lower your risk of arthritis

Lifestyle changes could help many people lower their risk of arthritis.

Brain health

Inflammatory bowel disease may be linked to increased risk of dementia

New research finds that people with inflammatory bowel disease have double the risk of developing dementia.

Health essentials

Worried about excessive sweating? Here's what you need to know

The constant feel of damp palms and dripping armpits can be exhausting for people living with chronic sweating. Liz Connor finds out more.

Wellbeing

Nutritionist tells how he tackled insomnia

Nutritionist Rob Hobson battled insomnia for years - here's how he finally managed to fix his sleep issues.

Health essentials

Here's how the festive period can affect your sleep

Stress, overindulgence and those late nights can really have an impact on your sleep cycle. Here's how Christmas can affect your sleep.

Nutrition

When is the best time to take probiotics?

Probiotics can help keep parts of your body, especially your gut, happy and healthy. Here's when you should be taking them to reap the most benefits.

Diseases

Are night sweats anything to worry about?

Night sweats are often so heavy that your clothing and sheets are soaked to the point where you have to change them. Here are some common causes of night sweats and when to see your GP.

Health & Ageing

How menopause can affect your skin

Experts talk us through how menopause can affect your skin and what to do about these common issues.

Health Checks

This is what your tongue can reveal about the state of your health

Here are some common tongue issues to look out for, according to an expert.

Fitness

Strange things that can happen to your body when you exercise

We all know the common side-effects, such as turning beetroot red and sweating, but here are some of the stranger side-effects of exercising.

Health news

Why experts say we will need to live with smoke-filled air

As fires ravaged large sections of the Australian bush last summer, cities and towns all along the coast were blanketed in toxic smoke. Air pollutants were measured at unheard of levels across the country.

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