pictureAs memories of the holiday season are packed away along with the decorations, many people are now struggling with those New Year resolutions which seemed like such a good idea at the time. Kim O'Hare offers some timely encouragement... [more...] pictureThere has been a lot of buzz lately about the benefits of bee pollen and royal jelly. What's it all about? Kim O'Hare lifts the lid on what may be a valuable key to better health... [more...] pictureThe British government is opening a network of experimental cancer clinics across the country, giving cancer patients the chance to try untested drugs. Kim O'Hare has this and other health news... [more...] pictureA move by the Canadian government in late April has caught the attention of health conscious people around the world. Canada announced its intention to ban the import, sale and advertising of baby bottles with the controversial chemical bisphenol A (BPA). And it could be just the tip of the iceberg - Kim O'Hare reports. [more...] pictureSome people are concerned about health risks associated with grapefruit as the result of an e-mail chain circulating around the world. Kim O'Hare reports... [more...] pictureAs the all too short winter "cool" season gives way to the scorching heat of spring and summer in the Emirates, it's a good time of year consider having your AC ducts cleaned by a professional. A growing number of people suffer from dust allergies which cause sneezing, itchy eyes and cold-like symptoms that can make life miserable. [more...] pictureDuring a barbecue, one of the guests stumbled and took a little fall. Her hosts offered to call an ambulance, but she assured everyone that she was fine and had just tripped over a brick because of her new shoes... [more...] pictureGarlic has a certain mystic, shall we say, air about it. It kill slugs, disinfects open wounds, helps keep gangrene at bay and may help prevent some cancers. Kim O'Hare tries to sort out fact from fiction... [more...] pictureParents are being warned to be vigilant and talk to their children, as evidence emerges of a potentially-lethal game which is gaining popularity with adolescents. Kim O'Hare reports. [more...]
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