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Drinking more coffee could reduce diabetes risk

July 7th, 2014
by Tania

Drinking more coffee on a daily basis has been linked to reduced type 2 diabetes risk.Drinking more coffee could reduce diabetes risk Read the rest of this entry »

Sun shines on Fisher Scientific beach volleyball team

July 3rd, 2014
by Sarah

On a gloriously sunny evening in June, the Fisher Scientific UK beach volleyball team were in action, taking part in a workplace challenge tournament.Sun shines on Fisher Scientific beach volleyball team Read the rest of this entry »

Overeating and binge drinking ‘closely connected’

July 2nd, 2014
by Tania

After a night out on the town one of the main thoughts on the minds of late-night revellers is tucking into some takeaway food.takeaway food Read the rest of this entry »

New blood test can identify advanced breast cancer

July 1st, 2014
by Tania

A new blood test could help to identify advanced breast cancer cases and track the effectiveness of their treatment.New blood test can identify advanced breast cancer Read the rest of this entry »

Breast survival rates improved through vitamin D

June 26th, 2014
by Tania

High levels of vitamin D have been linked with improved breast cancer survival rates, new research has found.Vitamin D Read the rest of this entry »