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The unexpected benefit that retirement has on your sleep quality

The unexpected benefit that retirement has on your sleep quality

December 13, 2017 0

    You sleep better after you’ve retired, says new study We’d always assumed that sleep quality diminished as you got older, but it looks like that might not be the case after all…

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Never make tea at work

Never make tea at work

December 13, 2017 0

    Office teabags can carry as many as 17 times more germs than a toilet seat, scientists have discovered. A study carried out by the Initial Washroom Hygiene came across these staggering results

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Company to use spy drones to stop people working long hours

Company to use spy drones to stop people working long hours

December 11, 2017 0

    If you’ve ever worked at a firm with a pointless long-hours, bums-on-seats mentality, you may want to applaud this idea from Japan. A firm has unveiled a drone which hovers around buildings

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How to answer ten common Interview Questions with confidence

How to answer ten common Interview Questions with confidence

December 10, 2017 0

    Almost every job-seeker has found themselves stumbling over one of the standard job interview questions at some point. That’s okay! We stumble over common interview questions because we haven’t had the chance

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This is what about itching is causing your discomfort and how to fix it quick

This is what about itching is causing your discomfort and how to fix it quick

December 7, 2017 0

    Our guide to what that annoying niggle is and how to treat i. There’s nothing quite like scratching an itch for pleasurable relief  even if it usually makes it worse! Here’s our

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Why your body wakes you up five minutes before your alarm

Why your body wakes you up five minutes before your alarm

November 29, 2017 0

    You may have stumbled across the term ‘circadian rhythm’ before. It keeps you energised in the morning and drowsy in the evening, prompting sleep. It’s essentially a 24 hour-internal clock controlled by

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Should you walk or run for exercise

Should you walk or run for exercise

November 26, 2017 0

    Welcome to Dear Julia, a weekly column where readers can submit everyday health questions on anything from the science of hangovers to the mysteries of back pain. Julia Belluz will sift through

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6 ways your phone is ruining your relationship

6 ways your phone is ruining your relationship

November 25, 2017 0

    6 sneaky ways your phone is ruining your relationship It’s no question that smartphones can inadvertently cause conflicts in a relationship. Most people (me) have gotten mad at a text that was

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Grandparents may pose cancer risk to children

Grandparents may pose cancer risk to children

November 15, 2017 0

    A grandmother feeds a biscuit to her granddaughter. File pic Grandparents pose a potential health risk to children and may even put them at risk of cancer, scientists say. The increased risk

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Are you allergic to alcohol

Are you allergic to alcohol

November 9, 2017 0

    Hello! Magazine Alcohol is known to make people feel a little fuzzy, but if you experience other sensations, it could be more than just tipsiness taking over. If discomfort is common every

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