Drinking too much Head to the gym: Exercise can repair damage to the brain caused by alcohol Aerobic exercise such as jogging may alleviate some of the white-matter damage caused by heavy drinkingExercise can slow cognitive decline related with age By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 20:04 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 20:04 GMT, 16 April 2013 Working out can help former heavy drinkers limit the damage alcohol has done to their brain.
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Trainee doctors should ignore EU rules and work LONGER, says Britain's top surgeon European Directive limits doctors to a 48-hour week with defined rest periodsFrequent patient handovers between teams could lead to mistakes in care, warns Prof Normal WilliamsAdded it did not give enough time for trainingBut junior doctors' representative warned scrapping rule could see a return to 100-hour weeks By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 09:21 GMT, 28 January 2013 | UPDATED: 09:21 GMT, 28 January 2013 Exhausted: Before the European Working Time Directive, some junior doctors were working 100-hour weeks.
Can you spot the danger drinker These brave volunteers kept diaries of a week's drinking so doctors could analyse the health risks.
Memo to workaholics: Go home on time tonight and have dinner with your familyToday is national Go Home On Time Day | UPDATED: 01:26 GMT, 26 September 2012 You”ve clocked in early to write that report, skipped lunch to finish the filing – and there’s still a pesky pile of paperwork to approve.
Exercising at home is a 2bn accident waiting to happen: Insurers warn Britons to not get carried away in post-Olympics boom | UPDATED: 00:30 GMT, 14 September 2012 Keep-fit fanatics who work out at home caused damage to the tune of 2.1billion to their property and themselves last year.
Why recurrent miscarriages may actually be caused by 'super-fertility' Embryos that would not usually survive early pregnancy may last long enough to give a positive test | UPDATED: 11:14 GMT, 24 August 2012 Women who suffer recurrent miscarriages may actually be 'super-fertile', experts have claimed.
Could chocolate stave off dementia Daily dose could help keep condition at bayIn tests consuming cocoa every day helped improve mild cognitive impairment in the elderly Chocolate contains flavanols – chemicals associated with a decreased dementia risk | UPDATED: 22:35 GMT, 13 August 2012 A daily dose of chocolate could help keep dementia and Alzheimer's at bay, a study suggests.
Will YOU lose the internet on Monday Here”s how to avoid malware meltdownHundreds of thousands of PCs still at risk worldwideFBI “ring-fenced” the virus late last year – but protection ends on MondaySee below for advice on checking if your computer has been infected