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Eating gluten-free food is not healthier than sticking to a regular, balanced diet for most people, doctors have warned. In an American study, experts noted that many people who do not have coeliac disease - a digestive condition where a person has an adverse reaction to gluten - are unnecessarily opting to eat gluten-free food. They warned that gluten-free products can often be higher in calories than their regular counterparts and may not be enriched with as m... Read More

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The government is reviewing its dietary guidelines on saturated fat following growing concerns that it's been unfairly "demonised" in the past. Under current recommendations, the... Read More

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The IBM Watson AI super-computer has saved a woman’s life by successfully diagnosing a rare form of leukaemia in minutes, a task which had baffled doctors at the University of ... Read More

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Attending evening classes can improve a person’s physical and mental health, new research suggests. Scientists from the University of Oxford followed 135 adults who embarked on... Read More

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Parenting blogger Courtney Adamo broke the mould when she and her husband decided to take their four children on a gap year around the world. Pulling them out of school and thr... Read More

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One in four deaths worldwide are from conditions caused by thrombosis, according to the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH). For such a big killer, which c... Read More

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A former model has shared her story of shooting to fashion fame as a young teenager, exposing the worrying effects of the industry on young girls. Kayley Chabot, who posed for ... Read More

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You may have noticed people posting black and white selfies to social media with the caption ‘challenge accepted’. The posts, which are flooding Facebook and Instagram feeds,... Read More

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H&M is back with a badass new campaign for its autumn/winter 2016 collection. The brand’s ‘Ladylike’ video ad (above) sticks two fingers up at female stereotypes, aimi... Read More