Monthly Archives: July 2019

Top 5 Foods to Feed Your Brain

The foods you eat have a huge impact on your body, from your energy level to your heart health and beyond. Your brain is no exception, and research shows that things like the MIND (Mediterranean — Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay) … Continue reading

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Don’t tell me to be positive… when I’ve got cancer

When Sophie Sabbage was diagnosed with an incurable illness she felt fear, despair – and overwhelming pressure all around her to stay upbeat. Here she explains how plastering on a happy face can actually do more harm than good. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-7011297/Dont-tell-positive-Ive-got-cancer.html?ico=amp-comments-addcomment&fbclid=IwAR3IANFOiWirYmac1PpGIFS8PQ9s-mFvX2aYWPe3DiKynhZ-2Yl3P9hhatw#article-7011297

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Pharmacogenomics: What is Genetic Testing and How Does DNA Testing for Medication Work?

Pharmacogenomics, or the study of how genetics affect your body’s response to medications, is a relatively new and exciting field of science. Scientists are learning more each day about how genetic testing can be used to select the best medication … Continue reading

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Missy Douglas: Visualising bipolar disorder through art

Fed up with keeping her mental health a secret, bipolar disorder sufferer Missy Douglas spent a year creating a painting each day to express her feelings. Controversially, she decided not to take her medication during this time, in the hope … Continue reading

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