The return of Dickensian ailments as sales of gout and chilblain remedies soar


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The return of Dickensian ailments as sales of gout and chilblain remedies soar Experts say the rise is due to the excesses of Christmas and the cold weatherStudy last year found that hospital admissions for gout have increased by 80 per cent in a decade By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 18:11 GMT, 18 January 2013 | UPDATED: 18:44 GMT, 18 January 2013 Portrait of Henry VIII, aged 49 in 1540.

Did watching Downton give this woman a seizure? How alcohol, stress and even TV can trigger blackouts in almost anyone


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Did watching Downton give this woman a seizure How alcohol, stress and even TV can trigger blackouts in almost anyone | UPDATED: 05:28 GMT, 13 March 2012 Was Downton Abbey to blame One minute, I was lying on the sofa rooting for Lady Mary and Matthew Crawley to get together.

Walking starves off dementia as well as toning your behind


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From starving off dementia to toning your behind, walking is the runaway winner What nicer way could there be to work off the excesses of Christmas than a walk Research shows the festive break is the most popular time for rambling. But while many of us think walking is ‘cheating’, a growing body of evidence suggests that it’s actually one of the best forms of exercise for both body and brain. So if you’re looking for a New Year’s resolution you can stick to, here the experts reveal what walking could do for you…

From starving off dementia to toning your behind, walking is the runaway winner


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From starving off dementia to toning your behind, walking is the runaway winner What nicer way could there be to work off the excesses of Christmas than a walk Research shows the festive break is the most popular time for rambling. But while many of us think walking is ‘cheating’, a growing body of evidence suggests that it’s actually one of the best forms of exercise for both body and brain.