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A University of York researcher is helping to develop a social game to help people to tackle anxiety and to…
This year’s York 50+ Festival starts this Saturday and we’ve selected a few of the highlights.
York’s Park & Pedal initiative is set to make the city a greener and more glamorous place…
Volunteers are being sought for two new programmes aimed at getting York’s citizens walking and cycling…
Men and women clearly have different strategies for picking sexual partners, but the reason why differences exist is less clear….
There are many different wonderful and obscure ways to look after your self these days. Some more obvious than others….
The number of people in their 50s dying prematurely from cancer in the UK has fallen below 14,000 for the first time in 40 years according to new Cancer Research UK figures published this May.
Today, 16 May 2012 is officially Inspire Day, marking the start of a summer promising Olympic themed fun.
Research has suggested that drinks perceived as being healthy are actually full of sugar.
The devastating disease affects around 820,000 people in the UK and 25 million have a close friend or family member with dementia.
It is important to reflect upon the damage certain substances can do to your voice, such as alcohol and tabacco abuse, which can do severe damage to your voice.
Branding on cigarette packaging could be a thing of the past if Health Secretary, Andrew Lansley’s plans for the marketing of tobacco products get the go ahead.
Estimates suggest that in a decade, removing one billion units from sales would result in almost 1,000 fewer alcohol related deaths per year.
According to a report released by the National End of Life Care Intelligence Network today, heavy drinking is a major cause of the 25% increase in deaths from liver disease in England over the last decade.
NHS NorthYorkshire and York is set to benefit from this funding as one of seven pilots selected for adult care.
The Drugs Meter encourages drug users to enter information around their drug habits, such as the quantity they take and how often they use them, into their phone.